5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vastus lateralis
- biceps brachii
- Pectoralis major
- pronator teres
- a flexes and adducts arm, superficial and on the anterior view.
- b Plantar flextion of foot. Muscle region the leg; Calf muscle superficial from posterior view.Extends to Calcaneal tendon. (Achilles Tendon).
- c Flexes forearm. anterior view superficia, brachial region muscle.
- d extends leg. Anterior thigh region Lateral side slightly medial of the I.T. Band Superficial.
- e rotates the forearm medially. Superficial in anatomical position, supine. Pronates-palm up to down.
5 Multiple choice questions
- compresses abdomen, deepest layer of ab muscles. Going across.
- slightly deeper and shorter than the extensor carpi radialis longus. More medial than the extensor digitorum. Action; extends and abducts hand.
- Abducts arm, muscle superior to the clavicle from posterior view deep. (makes up rotator cuff)
- muscle of the hip region that flexes the thigh. Bringing it upward.
- (only on cadaver) brachial region nerves noodle like.
5 True/False questions
Latissimus dorsi → Extends and adducts arm, Superficial on the posterior side. Upper back muscle.
extensor retinaculum → posterior of carpal bones to hold tendon down.
Bicep femoris → Extends knee and flexes thigh at hip. Anterior thigh wide superficial muscle connecting thigh to knee.
Sartorius → Flexes, abducts, and laterally rotates thigh at the hip; flexes knee ie: crossing your legs. Longest muscle in the body wraps around thigh from anterior view.
brachialis → Elevates mandible. More medial that massete; deep region of cheek.