ANAT 1615 Final Exam Practice Test (Lower Extremity)

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606 Multiple Choice Questions 1. Obturator externus Actions a. It supplies the skin on the dorsum of the foot b. The largest cutaneous branch of the femoral nerve c. Steadies the head of the femur in acetabulum d. Branch of femoral nerve 2. Lateral plantar nerve a. The smaller of the two branches of tibial nerve b. The larger of the two terminal branches of the tibial nerve c. The anterior branch of the obturator nerve d. The posterior branch of the obturator nerve 3. Long Head of Biceps Femoris Origin a. The largest terminal branch of the sciatic nerve b. The ischial tuberosity, in common origin with the semitendinosus c. Lies inferior to piriformis, arises from the ischial spine d. The tibial part of the sciatic nerve 4. Piriformis Nerve supply a. The tibial nerve ( S1 S2 ) b. By nerve to obturator internus ( L5 S1 ) c. Nerve to piriformis ( ventral rami of S1 S2 ) d. The tibial nerve ( L4 L5 S1 ) 5. Obturator internus Actions a. Extends the thigh b. Abducts flexed thigh c. Unlocks the knee d. Adducts the thigh 6. Dorsalis pedis artery/dorsal artery of the foot a. It begins midway between the malleoli, runs deep to the inferior extensor retinaculum b. Transmits the great saphenous vein to enter the femoral vein. c. Lies between the superior and inferior gamelli muscles Complete Lower Extremity for Final - 606 Questions Quizlet NAME: ________________________
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d. Steadies the head of the femur in acetabulum 7. Plantaris Actions a. Flexor Compartment b. Flexes the knee c. Adducts the thigh d. Dorsiflexes the ankle 8. Lateral plantar artery a. Is a fusiform muscle, lies on the anterolateral side of thigh, enclosed by the layers of the fascia lata b. From the external surface of ilium, between anterior and posterior gluteal lines c. It arches medially across the foot with the deep plantar nerve and forms the deep plantar arch by joining with deep plantar artery, a branch of the dorsalis pedis artery d. The anterior superior iliac spine and anterior part of the iliac crest 9. Obturator internus Actions a. Flexes leg at knee joint b. Steadies femoral head in acetabulum c. Raises heel during walking d. Rectus femoris 10. Fibularis ( peroneus ) tertius Actions a. Adducts the thigh b. Everts the foot c. Extends the thigh d. Dorsiflexes the ankle 11. Obturator externus Insertion a. The tibial part of the sciatic nerve b. The trochanteric fossa of the femur c. Eversion of the foot d. The lateral condyle of tibia 12. Adductor Magnus Nerve supply (Adductor Part) a. The largest terminal branch of the sciatic nerve b. The posterior branch of the obturator nerve c. All the four muscles of the anterior leg
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d. The deep branch of lateral plantar nerve 13. Hip Flexor Muscle a. Medial meniscus b. Gluteus minimus c. Coccyx d. Gracilis 14. Extensor hallucis longus Insertion a. When thigh and leg are flexed, it can extend the trunk b. The lateral surface of greater trochanter of femur c. The dorsal aspect of the base of the distal phalanx of great / big toe ( hallux ) d. Is a broad muscle, lies on the medial side, deep to semitendinosus
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANAT 1615 taught by Professor Samueldemons during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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