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Unformatted text preview: Student Response Value 1. glenoid fossa 0% 2. acetabular fossa 100% 3. trochlea 0% 4. capitulum 0% Score: 14. Correct Answer 1/1 joint structures 1 Non-movable joints are usually classified structurally as _____ joints. Student Response Value A. synovial 0% B. cartilaginous 0% C fibrous . Score: 15. Correct Answer 100% 1/1 joint structures 1A Non-movable joints are classified as _____ joints. Student Response A synarthroses . Value 100% Correct Answer Student Response Value B. diarthroses 0% C. amphiarthroses 0% Score: 16. Correct Answer 1/1 Knee 1A Match the letters with descriptions. patellar retinaculm the insertion of the rectus femoris muscle collateral ligament keeps the tibia from abducting patellar ligament inserts on the tibial tuberosity extensor tendon keeps the patella from sliding laterally Statement Response Value Correct Match patellar retinaculm keeps the patella from sliding laterally 25.0% keeps the patella from sliding laterally collateral ligament keeps the tibia from abducting 25.0% keeps the tibia from abducting patellar ligament inserts on the tibial tuberosity 25.0% inserts on the tibial tuberosity extensor tendon the insertion of the rectus femoris muscle 25.0% the insertion of the rectus femoris muscle Score: 17. 3/3 Knee 2B Match the letters with descriptions articular cartilage fomposed of fibrocartilage posterior cruciate ligament prevents the forward sliding of the femur against the tibia anterior cruciate ligament prevents the forward sliding of the tibia against the femur medial meniscus inserts on the tibial tuberosity patellar ligament osteoarthritis begins with damage to this structure Statement Response Value Correct Match articular cartilage fomposed of fibrocartilage 0.0% osteoarthritis begins with damage to this structure posterior cruciate ligament prevents the forward sliding of the femur against 20.0% the tibia prevents the forward sliding of the femur against the tibia anterior cruciate ligament prevents the forward sliding of the tibia against the femur prevents the forward sliding of the tibia against the femur medial meniscus osteoarthritis begins with damage to this structure 0.0% 20.0% fomposed of fibrocartilage Statement Response Value Correct Match patellar ligament inserts on the tibial tuberosity 20.0% inserts on the tibial tuberosity Score: 18. 1.8/3 knee 3 Match letters with descriptions. posterior cruciate ligament B anterior cruciate ligament C extensor tendon A patellar ligament E articular cartilage D Statement Response Value Correct Match posterior cruciate ligament D 0.0% C anterior cruciate ligament C 0.0% D extensor tendon A 20.0% A patellar ligament E 20.0% E articular cartilage B 20.0% B Score: New score: 19. 1.8/3 3/3 This score has been adjusted by the grader. action potential 3 Which letter indicates the absolute refractory period? Student Response Value 1. A 0% 2. B 0% 3. C 0% 4. D 0% 5E . 0% 6. F 100% 7. G 0% Score: 20. 0/1 action potential 7 Correct Answer This is the point where repolarization begins. Student Response Value 1. A 0% 2. B 0% 3....
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