Extensor carpi radialis longus 3 flexor retinaculum 4

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Unformatted text preview: ollateral ligament Score: 12. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 100% 0% 0% 0/0.07 2) results from ligand stimulation of the sarcolemma Immediately after, and as a result of, the neurotransmitter making contact with receptors on the sarcolemma: Student Response 1. Calcium is released into the sarcoplasm. 2. An action potential is produced on the sarcolemma. + 3. K gates open causing K+ to leave the cell. 4. Na+ gates open causing Na+ to enter the muscle cell. Score: 13. Value Correct Answer Feedback Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 100% 0/0.07 20) melanocytes Melanocytes are part of which layer? Student Response Value Student Response 2. Stratum spinosum 3. Stratum granulosum 4. Stratum lucidum 5. Stratum corneum Score: 14. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0% 0/0.07 21) Pituitary gland Which of the following contains the pituitary gland? Student Value Response 1. lacrimal fossa 0% 2. crista galli 0% sella turcica 100% 3. Correct Answer Feedback 4. glenoid fossa 0% Score: 15. 0.07/0.07 22) bone 1 Which of the following does not articulate with any other bone? Student Value Response 1. sacrum 0% 2. atlas 0% 100% 3. hyoid bone 4. clavicle Score: 16. Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0.07/0.07 23) small canals Extremely small passages that connect the lacunae to each other in bone tissue are called: Student Value Response 1. canaliculi 100% 2. Volkmann's canals 3. Sharpey's fibers 4. trabeculae Score: 17. Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0/0.07 24) hormone 1 This hormone, present in both males and females, is important for bone maintenance and remodeling. Student Value Response 0% 1. parathyroid hormone 2. thyroxine 0% 3. estrogen 100% 4. testosterone 5. calcitonin Score: 18. Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0/0.07 25) first stage of bone repair What is the first stage of repair in simple fractures? Student Value Response 100% 1. hematoma Correct Answer Feedback 2. fibrocartilage 0% formation 3. bony callus 0% 4. remodeled 0% bone Score: 19. 0.07/0.07 26) elastic cartilage Where in the body can you find elastic cartilage? Student Response 1. articular cartilage 2. costal cartilage 3. intervertebral disks 4. menisci of knee 5. outer ear Score: 20. Value Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0% 0% 100% 0.07/0.07 27) large canals Canals that lie at right angles to the long axis of the bone and connect the blood and nerve supply of the periosteum to the central canal and medullary cavity are known as: Student Value Response 1. canaliculi 0% Volkmann's 100% 2. canals 3. Sharpey's 0% fibers Correct Answer Feedback Student Value Response 4. trabeculae 0% Score: 21. Correct Answer Feedback 0.07/0.07 28) Patellar ligament The patellar ligament connect the patella to the: Student Value Response 1. rectus femoris 0% muscle 2. tibial tuberosity 100% 3. calcaneus 4. fibula Score: 22. Correct Answer Feedback Correct Answer Feedback 0% 0% 0/0.07 29) rectus femoris action The rectus femoris acts to move the: Student Value Response 1. patella 0% 2. tibial tuberosity 100% 3. calcaneus...
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