202 exam 2 questions

202 exam 2 questions - The rib cage consists of a thoractic...

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The rib cage consists of a. thoractic vertebrae b. sternum c. ribs d. a and b e. a, b, and c e. a, b, and c the rib cage protects the lungs, heart and____ a. kidneys b. great vessels c. liver d. sternum b. great vessels the true ribs a. connect where the lungs are b. connect where the rib cage is c. connect where the sternum is d. connect where the heart is c. connect where the sternum is the false ribs consists of pairs a. 4-6 b. 3-5 c. 1-3 d. 8-10 d. 8-10 the floating ribs a. are not anchored anteriorly b. are not anchored superiorly c. are not anchored inferiorly d. are not anchored medially a. are not anchored anteriorly cervical muscles classify into groups based on their a. properties b. classifications c. functions d. trademarks c. functions Contraction of the posterior muscles results primarily in _______________ of the neck a. flexion b. extension c. lateral flexion and rotation d. medial flexion and rotation e. all of these
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b. extension The anterior muscles of the neck produce primarily ________________- a. flexion b. extension c. lateral flexion and rotation d. medial flexion and rotation e. all of these a. flexion The sternocleidomastoid (SCM) attaches at all of the following except the a. occipital protuberance b. sternum c. mastiod process d. clavicle a. occipital protuberance The longus muscles a. extend the neck b. flex the neck c. rotate the atlanto-axial joint d. a and b e. a, b, and c a. extend the neck the scalene muscles consists of the a. anterior scalene b. medial scalene c. posterior scalene d. a and c e. all of these e. all of these which is the correct order of the transversospinalis muscles a. semispinalis capitis, semispinalis thoracis, semispinalis cervicis b. semispinalis throacis, semispinalis, capitis, semispinals cervicis c. semispinalis capitis, semispinals cervicis, semispinalis thoracis d. semispinals cervicis, semispinalis capitis, semispinalis thoracis c. semispinalis capitis, semispinals cervicis, semispinalis throacis what is the action of the pectoralis major a. arm flexion b. rib elevation c. arm adduction and medial rotation d. a and c e. a, b, and c d. a and c
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These muscles are deepest small intervertebral muscles a. rotatores b. multifidus c. intertransversarius d. splenius c. intertransversarius the multifidus a. is a deep intervertebral muscle b. superior to the spinous process c. inferior to the transverse process d. all of these e. none of these d. all of these what is the difference between external and internal intercostals a. external intercostals pulls the ribs down and internal intercostals pulls the ribs up b. intercostals are superior to the border of the inferior ribs and external are inferior c. external intercostals pulls the ribs up and internal intercostals pulls the ribs down d. none of these c. external intercostals pulls the ribs up and internal intercostals pulls the ribs down contraction causes the ________to flatten and move inferior thereby expanding the thoracic cavity. a. diaphragm
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course KINES 202 taught by Professor Monk,susanvirgin during the Fall '06 term at Penn State.

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