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Unformatted text preview: d. 20.0% trapezius The upper portion of this muscle extends the head only if the scapula is fixed. 20.0% temporalis Elevates the mandible to close the jaw. 20.0% Score: 1.2/2 3. Match the muscles with their descriptions. pectoralis major The primary abductor of the shoulder joint. latisimus dorsi A back muscle which adducts and medially rotates the humerus. teres minor The primary adductor of the humerus. supraspinatus A rotator cuff muslce which also abducts the humerus. deltoid Adducts and laterally rotates the humerus. Statement Response Value pectoralis major The primary adductor of the humerus. 20.0% latisimus dorsi A back muscle which adducts and medially rotates the humerus. 20.0% teres minor Adducts and laterally rotates the humerus. 20.0% supraspinatus A rotator cuff muslce which also abducts the humerus. 20.0% deltoid The primary abductor of the shoulder joint. 20.0% Score: 2/2 4. extensor carpi radialis longus brachioradialis Maintains the wrist in a partially abducted position when carrying something. Elbow extensor. brachialis Inflammation of the origin of this muscle on the lateral epicondyle of the humerus produces "tennis elbow". triceps brachii Its origin is on the medial epicondyle of the humerus. flexor carpi ulnaris The primary synergist of the biceps brachii Statement Response Value extensor carpi radialis longus Inflammation of the origin of this muscle on the lateral epicondyle of the humerus produces "tennis elbow". 20.0% Statement Response Value brachioradialis Maintains the wrist in a partially abducted position when carrying something. 20.0% brachialis The primary synergist of the biceps brachii 20.0% triceps brachii Elbow extensor. 20.0% flexor carpi ulnaris Its origin is on the medial epicondyle of the humerus. 20.0% Score: 2/2 5. Match the muscles with their descriptions. quadratus lumborum Flexes the thigh (hip joint). iliopsoas Inserts on the iliotibial tract along with the gluteus maximus to abduct and fixate the knee gluteus maximus Extends the thigh for running and climbing; fixates in an extended position when standing. gluteus minimus Unilaterally abducts (laterally flexes) the trunk tensor fascia latae Abducts and rotates the thigh when walking Statement Response Value quadratus lumborum Unilaterally abducts (laterally flexes) the trunk 20.0% iliopsoas Flexes the thigh (hip joint). 20.0% gluteus maximus Extends the thigh for running and climbing; fixates in an extended position when standing. 20.0% gluteus minimus Abducts and rotates the thigh when walking 20.0% tensor fascia latae Inserts on the iliotibial tract along with the gluteus maximus to abduct and fixate the knee 20.0% Score: 2/2 Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Assessments › View Attempt 2 of 2 Title: Quiz #6 - Muscle Identification Started: April 7, 2008 4:28 PM Time spent: View Attempt April 7, 2008 4:25 PM Submitted: View All Submissions › 00:02:54 Total score: 9.6/10 = 96% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 1...
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