The primary abductor of the vocal folds A is the lateral cricoarytenoid muscle

The primary abductor of the vocal folds a is the

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35.The primary abductor of the vocal folds A.is the lateral cricoarytenoid muscle B.is the posterior cricoarytenoid muscle C.is the vocalis muscle D.is innervated by the external laryngeal nerve E.B and D are correct 36.Contraction of the smooth muscle in the ciliary body
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2015 Page 11 of 1737.You ask your patient to follow the movement of a penlight without moving his head. You move the light to the patient’s right, then move it up, and then move it down. Just considering the right eye, what muscles and cranial nerves have you just tested? 38.Most of the refraction of light occurs when it passes through the 39.Which of the following muscles is NOT attached to the greater trochanter? A.Piriformis B.Gluteus minimus C.Gluteus medius D.Gluteus maximus E.Obturator internus 40.Femoral neck fractures can result in avascular necrosis of the head of the femur due to damage to the _____ artery, a branch of the _____ artery. 41.Some athletes develop sciatica (pain radiating down the posterior thigh) due to compression of the sciatic nerve as it passes just inferior or even through the __________ muscle.
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CHA 101 Final Exam W’2015 Page 12 of 1742.This structure 43.The four heads of the quadriceps femoris muscle A.all originate on the anterior superior iliac spine B.are usually innervated by both the femoral and obturator nerves C.all can flex the hip D.all insert on the head of the fibula E.all insert on the tibial tuberosity 44.You land after jumping in a basketball game, hurting your knee. The trainer tells you that the only abnormality he finds is a positive valgus stress test. Which of the following structures is most likely injured?
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