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2011+Final+with+Key - Winter Quarter March 18, 2011 PLEASE...

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Winter Quarter March 18, 2011 PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS prior to beginning the test. 1. DO NOT begin until instructed to do so. 2. You will have two hours to complete this exam. All exams must be turned in within 5 minutes after the allotted time. Exams submitted after that time WILL NOT be accepted. 3. Read all questions carefully. Questions concerning the content of the exam will NOT be answered during the exam period. A “gripe sheet” is attached at the end of the exam if you believe a question is vague or ambiguous. However, if you find a mistake on the exam, please bring it to the attention of an instructor or exam proctor and an announcement will be made to the entire class . 4. ! P RINT YOUR NAME CLEARLY on the SCANTRON form. 5. ! W RITE and BUBBLE IN your 9-digit UC Davis S TUDENT ID # on the SCANTRON form. 6. ! B UBBLE IN Test Form 7. Please bubble in all answers darkly : NOT 8. Please erase all corrections completely. GOOD LUCK! A A A
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Page 1 1. The somatic nervous system innervates the A. smooth muscle of the internal anal sphincter B. deltoid muscle C. glands of the pancreas D. atrioventricular (AV) node E. sphincter pupillae muscle 2. There are ___ cervical vertebrae and ___ cervical spinal nerves. A. 8 8 B. 7 7 C. 7 8 D. 8 7 E. 9 8 3. Which of the following is an actual physical space (as opposed to a potential space) containing blood vessels and connective tissue? A. Peritoneal cavity B. Pleural cavity C. Pericardial cavity D. Subdural space E. Epidural space 4. Which of the following is an action of the pectoralis major muscle on the humerus? A. Lateral rotation B. Adduction C. Extension D. Supination E. Abduction 5. The supraspinatus muscle A. stabilizes the elbow joint B. is innervated by the axillary nerve C. initiates abduction at the glenohumeral joint D. is rarely injured because it is protected by the very strong ligaments of the glenohumeral joint E. is best tested by the valgus stress test
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Page 2 6. This nerve is a branch of the posterior cord of the brachial plexus and it innervates the latissimus dorsi muscle. A. Ulnar B. Radial C. Axillary D. Middle subscapular E. Long thoracic 7. The muscle that attaches here A. can flex the elbow in both the supinated and prone positions B. is innervated by the ulnar nerve C. is in the posterior compartment of the arm D. crosses both the elbow and shoulder joints E. is supplied by the anterior circumflex humeral artery 8. A patient is shot in the arm, severing the median nerve. Which forearm muscle will NOT be completely paralyzed? A. Flexor digitorum profundus B. Flexor digitorum superficialis C. Pronator teres D. Palmaris longus E. Pronator quadratus
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Page 3 9. The dorsal interosseous muscles A. are innervated by the median nerve B. extend the MP joints of digits 2-4 C. flex the IP joints of digits 2-4 D. abduct digits 2-4 E. adduct digits 2-4 10. Which of the following statements is most CORRECT? A.
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