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Knowledge: 1. What tissue attaches bone to bone? a. Ligament b. Tendon c. Cartilage d. Yellow marrow e. Epithelial tissue 2. Which axis corresponds to the sagittal plane? a. Anteroposterior axes b. Superoinferior axes c. Mediolateral axes d. Oblique axes e. None of the above 3. If someone is lying on their back, their position would be described as… a. Prone b. Anterior c. Posterior d. Supine e. Superficial 4. Which of these is considered microscopic anatomy? a. Gross b. Histology c. Cytology d. Both A and B e. Both B and C 5. What defines a long bone? a. Length exceeds width b. Width exceeds length c. Width equals length d. Thin e. Free floating Comprehension: 6. If someone were to abduct and adduct their right thigh at the hip joint, which plane and axes of motion would they be moving through? a. Oblique plane; oblique axis
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b. Frontal plane; superoinferior axes c. Sagittal plane; mediolateral axes d. Transverse plane; anteroposterior axes e. Frontal plane; anteroposterior axes 7. If someone were to use the regional approach of anatomy, they could be focusing on… a. Skeletal system b. Muscular system c. Head d. Face e. Both C and D 8. Give an example of an appendicular body part. a. Head b. Trunk c. Hand d. Neck e. A and B 9. Describe which statement is correct if you are standing in anatomical position. a. The head is superior to the neck b. The pinky finger is lateral to the index finger c. The stomach is superficial to the skin d. The patella is superior to the pelvis e. The thumb is medial to the pinky finger 10. Which of the following statements explains correct anatomical position? a. If you rotate 180 degrees to your right, you remain in anatomical position b. Any anatomical terms describing a body part refer to the person in question, not the observer. c. If you rotate 45 degrees to your left, you are no longer in anatomical position d. If you are standing with your feet shoulder width apart, head looking forward and hands against your thighs, your are in anatomical position e. Both A and B Application: 11. If someone was doing ballet, which term applies to their position? (see image below)
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a. Dorsiflexion b. Supination c. Inversion d. Elevation e. Plantar flexio 12. If you were to cut th layers you would fin a. Endosteum, s b. Medullary cav c. Spongy bone, d. Spongy bone, e. Epiphysis, sp 13. If someone were to d would move? a. Carpals, meta b. Illium, scapul c. Tarsal, metat d. Ulna, radius, e. None of the a 14. Which plane applies a. Coronal Plane b. Transverse (H c. Frontal Plane d. Oblique plane e. Sagittal plane Analysis: on hrough the layers of a bone, demonstrate the o nd. spongy bone, epiphysis avity, spongy bone, endosteum e, endosteum, medullary cavity e, medullary cavity, endosteum pongy bone, medullary cavity demonstrate forming a fist, which bones in yo acarpals, phalanges la, clavicle tarsals, phalanges , humorous above s to rotational movements?
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course KNH 244 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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