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Question 13Your patient sustained an injury to their facial nerve (CN VII).Which actions would be impaired?A. Extend head/neckB. Compress cheeksC. Grin/grimaceD. Elevate mandible
8/20/2020M5: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- KeckE. A&Du Answeredu AnsweredF. B&Crrect Answerrrect Answer2 / 2 ptsQuestion 14Your patient is in a seated position with his feet flat on thefloor. He is having difficulty lifting his toes off the floor. Whatmuscle(s) is impaired from contracting?Correct!Correct!
10/21Tibialis anterior & extensor digitorum longus(dorsiflexion)F. B&D2 / 2 ptsQuestion 15
8/20/2020M5: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- KeckYour patient is having difficulty when asked to bend his spinebackward. What muscle is involved?Correct!Correct!
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(Extensor of the vertebral column)ScalenesExternal obliqueInternal obliqueRectus abdominis2 / 2 ptsQuestion 16True or False: When a muscle contracts, the Z lines within asarcomere come closer together towards the M line.Correct!Correct!
False2 / 2 ptsQuestion 17True or False: The I bands contain thick filaments.
8/20/2020M5: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- KeckTrueFalseCorrect!Correct!False (I bands contain thin filaments)2 / 2 ptsQuestion 18Which muscle contracts to enable the main effort required tostand on your toes?Correct!Correct!
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Tibialis anterior2 / 2 ptsQuestion 19When gluteus maximus contracts, which bone is pulledposteriorly by this muscle?
8/20/2020M5: Exam- Requires Respondus LockDown Browser: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Keck13/21UlnaFemurCorrect!Correct!2 / 2 pts

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