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Unformatted text preview: ture in which ligaments force the knee to be: Student Response Value 1. a hinge joint 100% 2. a multiaxial joint 0% 3. a pivot joint 0% 4. a planar joint 0% Score: 5. Correct Answer 1/1 hand rotation 1 Starting in anatomical position, the hand is rotated so that the palm is down (or to the back). This movement is called: Student Response A. supination B pronation . Value 0% 100% Correct Answer Student Response Value C. elevation 0% D. depression 0% Score: 6. Correct Answer 1/1 carpal tunnel The carpal tunnel is a narrowed area enclosing tendons between the carpal bones and the _____. Student Response Value 1. flexor retinaculum 100% 2. extensor retinaculum 0% 3. patellar retinaculum 0% 4. dorsal retinaculum 0% Score: 7. Correct Answer 0/1 joint capsule The joint capsule of a synovial joint is composed of: Student Response Value 1. retinaculum and extracapsular ligaments 0% 2. retinaculum and intracapsular ligaments 0% 3. retinaculum and collateral ligaments 0% 4 fibrous capsule and synovial membrane . Score: 8. Correct Answer 100% 1/1 joint examples 2 Match the joint type with the example. tibiofibular joint (distal) diarthrotic joint pubic symphysis synarthrotic joint talus-calcaneous (ankle) joint amphiarthrotic joint Statement Response Value Correct Match tibiofibular joint (distal) synarthrotic joint 33.33% synarthrotic joint pubic symphysis amphiarthrotic joint 33.33% amphiarthrotic joint talus-calcaneous (ankle) joint diarthrotic joint 33.34% diarthrotic joint Score: 3/3 9. joint examples 1A Match the joint type with the example. knee hinge joint atlas-axis ball-and-socket intercarpal joint gliding joint occipital conndyles-atlas pivot joint hip (coxal) joint condyloid joint Statement Response Value Correct Match knee hinge joint 20.0% hinge joint atlas-axis pivot joint 20.0% pivot joint intercarpal joint gliding joint 20.0% gliding joint occipital conndyles-atlas condyloid joint 20.0% condyloid joint hip (coxal) joint ball-and-socket 20.0% ball-and-socket Score: 10. 3/3 joint injuries 2 A dislocation is defined as: Student Response Value 1. A twisting of joint ligaments with accompanying stretching or tearing of the ligaments. 0% 2. A pulling of a muscle tendon and other connective tissues associated with the muscles. 0% 3. A luxation in which a bone pulls away from its normal position in the joint. 100% 4. A tearing of the fibrous tissue in a syndesmosis or synovial capsule. 0% Score: 11. Correct Answer 1/1 joint movements 2 Condyloid joints move in: Student Response Value 1. one axis only 0% 2. two axes only 100% 3. many axes 0% 4. no particular axis 0% Score: 0/1 Correct Answer 12. joint movements 3A Movements at ball and socket joints include: Student Response Value 1. flexion and extension 25% 2. abduction and adduction 25% 3. circumduction 25% 4. rotation 25% 5 All of the above . 6. All except D Score: 13. Correct Answer 100% 0% 1/1 joint strength 1 The _____ has a fibrocartilaginous labrum which grips the head of the femur, securing it in place....
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