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Unformatted text preview: aline, (E) growth hormone. 16. The hormone secreted in the previous question does which of the following: (A) increases Vit D3 production and calcium absorption from the GI tract, (B) increases reabsorption of calcium from the urine in the kidney, (C) if necessary increases osteoclast activity in bone tissue, (D) all of the above, (E) A and B only. 17. What tissue is shown at left: (A) cortical bone, (B) cancellous bone, (C) areolar, (D) hyaline cartilage. 18. What would you find inside A in living tissue: (A) osteocytes, (B) blood vessels, (C) chondrocytes, (D) bone marrow. Arthrology Sample Questions class=Section2> 1. When the radius medially rotates from anatomical position, the movement of the hand is described as: (A) supination, (B) pronation, (C) inversion, (D) eversion. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 through 7 Matching: Answers may be used more than once or not at all. (A) collateral ligament, (B) posterior cruciate ligament, (C) anterior cruciate ligament, (D) retinaculum, (E) ligamentum teres, (F) meniscus, (G) bursa 2. An intracapsular structure which cushions the joint.F 3. An intracapsular ligament which helps to prevent posterior sliding of the femur against the tibia.C 4. Both the knee and elbow have this to prevent medial or lateral movement. A 5. One of these helps prevents the patella from moving laterally out of position D 6. Ligament which helps to stabilize the head of the femur. E 7. This helps reduce friction when tendons and ligaments move against one another G Figure 1 Lateral View -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8. The action illustrated in Figure 1 in which the thigh is raised anteriorly as shown is of the hip: (A) flexion, (B) extension, (C) abduction, (D) adduction. 9. Which of the following would be an agonist in the above action: (A) gluteus maximus, (B) gluteus minimus, (C) piriformis, (D) iliopsoas, (E) tensor fascia latae. 10. An antagonist to #9 specifically forceful in running, climbing, and jumping would be: (A) gluteus maximus, (B) gluteus minimus, (C) piriformis, (D) iliopsoas, igure 1 ateral View (E) tensor fascia latae. 11. The movement illustrated by Figure 2 in which the chin is raised from the chest to put the head in anatomical position is (A) flexion, (B) extension, (C) abduction, (D) adduction. 12. Which of the following would be a prime mover of the head in the above action: (A) splenius capitus acting bilaterally, (B) sternocleidomastoid acting bilaterlly, (C) splenius capitus acting unilaterally, (D) sternocleidomastoid acting unilaterally. 13. What muscle would be a synergist with #24: Figure 2 (A) upper trapezius, (B) pectoralis minor, (C) coracobrachialis, (D) the scalenes. Lateral View 14. The prime mover in abducting the femur is the: (A) rectus femoris, (B) tensor fascia latae, (C) biceps femoris, (D) sartorius. 1...
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