Ligaments that restrict movement in a hinge joint to flexion and extension are

Ligaments that restrict movement in a hinge joint to

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9.Ligaments that restrict movement in a hinge joint to flexion and extension are called A.cruciate ligaments B.tendons C.collateral ligaments D.sutures E.aponeuroses 10.In the wrist, the radius articulates primarily with the 11.The pelvic diaphragm 12.Secretions of the prostate gland enter the
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Page 513.Both the glans and the bulb of the penis are expansions of the A.corpus cavernosum B.corpus spongiosum C.crura of the penis D.ischiocavernosus muscle E.external anal sphincter 14.An intervertebral disk 15.In a patient with supraspinatus tendinitis 16.Which of the following does NOTarticulate directly with the manubrium of the sternum? 17.The fossa ovalis is in the A.Interatrial septum B.Interventricular septum C.Right ventricle D.Left ventricle E.Coronary sinus
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Page 618. Which structure carries oxygenated blood to the heart?
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19.In a person standing upright, what is normally inside the part of the stomach indicated by the arrow? 20.The deep inguinal ring 21.Which statement concerning the small intestine is NOTcorrect? A.It is longer than the large intestine B.It has teniae coli and haustra C.Much of its blood supply is from the superior mesenteric artery D.It receives secretions from the liver and pancreas E.Much of its venous blood drains into the hepatic portal vein
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