Exam 4 Review Questions from Groups

Exam 4 Review Questions from Groups - Which term is known...

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Which term is known as a partial dislocation? a. Sprain b. Bursitis c. Subluxation d. Fracture e. Swayback Identify the “key” stabilizers of the shoulder. a. Ligaments b. Muscles c. Bones d. Vertebrae e. All of the above Which muscle is not part of the rotator cuff? A. Infraspinatus B. Teres Major C. Subscapularis D. Supraspinatus E. Teres Minor The shoulder generates the greatest strength in ______ while it generates the weakest strength in ______ and ______. a. Adduction, internal rotation, external rotation b. Flexion, abduction, adduction c. Abduction, internal rotation, external rotation d. Extension, abduction, adduction e. Adduction, flexion, extension Which muscles helps flex the arm at the GH joint? a. Posterior deltoid b. Inferior deltoid c. Anterior deltoid d. Superior deltoid e. All of the above Comprehension (5) Muscles that cross more medially at the GH joint will aid mostly in: a. Arm adduction b. Arm abduction c. Lateral rotation of the shoulder d. Arm flexion e. Arm extension Which of the following would most likely occur in degeneration?
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a. Deterioration of the tissue b. Inflammation of the bursa c. Hardening of organic tissue through deposit of calcium salts in areas away from the normal sites d. Inflammation of the tendon Which of the following is NOT involved in elevation of the shoulder girdle? A. Trapezius B. Rhomboids C. Serratus Anterior D. Levator Scapulae E. None of the above; they are all involved in elevation of the shoulder girdle What is NOT a function of the Latissimus Dorsi? A. Abducts the arm at the glenohumeral joint B. Adducts the arm at the glenohumeral joint C. Medially rotates the arm at the glenohumeral joint D. Extends the arm at the glenohumeral joint E. Depresses the scapula at the scapulocostal joint Which of the following is most likely the cause of hand movement? a. Rotation of the ulna b. Rotation of the radius c. Flexion of the arm at the GH joint d. Extension of the arm at the GH joint e. Release of inhibitor molecules at the neuromuscular synapse Analysis (4) The middle fibers of the trapezius muscle runs ________ and therefore provide the most help in _________. a. Transversely; downward rotation of the scapula b. Suprolaterally; scapular elevation c. Longitudinally; neck extension d. Transversely; scapular retraction e. Suprolaterally; scapular depression The ______ is the largest bone in the wrist and is the axis of rotation for the hand. a. Lunate. b. Capitate. c. Hamate. d. Pisiform. e. Scaphoid. Without the _____________ the shoulder would become much more unstable and the head of the
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humerus would be less secure in the socket. A. Brachialis B. Biceps Brachii C. Corachobrachialis D. Triceps Brachii E. Trapezius The Annular ligament of the radius encircles and holds the head of the humerus in the radial notch of ulna. This permits what movement type? a. Pronation, supination b. Flexion, extension c. Adduction, abduction d. Internal rotation, supination e. External rotation, supination Evaluation (2) The scapulocostal joint is considered to be a functional joint and not an anatomic joint because: a. The scapula cannot move relative to the ribcage.
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course KNH 244L taught by Professor Omolewu during the Spring '10 term at Miami University.

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