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Tendons connect which types of tissue?Tendons connect muscle to bone.Answer the following short-answer question:Acetylcholine is what type of substance?NeurotransmitterAnswer the following short-answer question:During a muscle contraction which protein myofilament is pulled along?
Answer the following short-answer question:What is the name of the thin myofilament?ActinAnswer the following short-answer question:
The return of calcium ions into the sarcoplasmic reticulum causes what to occur? MuscleRelaxation (Muscle Contraction Stops)Fill in the following muscle chart (10 blank spaces):Muscle Origin Insertion Action InnervationFlexor digitorum superficialis ----------------- 1.______2._________ Pronator Teres -------3._______ 4._______ 5._________ Vastus Medialis 6._____ ---------- 7.________ --------------Peroneus Brevis 8.______ 9._______ ----------- 10.__________1. Flexion of the wrist anddigits 2-52. Median Nerve3. Mid-Lateral Surface of Radius4. Pronation5. Median Nerve6. Intertrochanteric Line of Femur7. Knee Extension8. Lateral, Distal Fibula9. Lateral Side of 5th Metatarsal10. Superficial Peroneal NerveYour patient sustained an injury to their facial nerve (CN VII). Which actions would be impaired?
Your patient is in a seated position with his feet flat on the floor. He is having difficulty lifting histoes off the floor. What muscle(s) is impaired from contracting?
A person sustained a back injury to the muscle group closest to the spine. What muscle groupwas injured?
True or False: When a muscle contracts, the Z lines within a sarcomere come closer togethertowards the M line.
True or False: The I bands contain thick filaments.
False (I bands contain thin filaments)Which muscle contracts to enable the main effort required to stand on your toes?
When rectus femoris contracts, which bone is pulled anteriorly by this muscle?
When piriformis contracts, what action(s) will not occur at the hip?
A. Internal rotationB. Lateral rotationC. AdductionD. FlexionE. ExtensionF. A&DG. B&E F. A&D
Use the figure answer the following five questions:1. Which muscle is the prime mover of adduction, flexion and inward rotation of the humerus?(specify letter on diagram with the name of the muscle for full credit)2. Which muscle is innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve? (specify letter on diagram withthe name of the muscle for full credit)3. What is the name of muscle C?4. What is the innervation of muscle C?5. What is the origin of muscle E?1. A. Deltoid Muscle is the prime mover of adduction,flexion, and inward rotation of the humerus.2. G. Coracobrachialis is innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve.3. C. Right Supraspinatus4. C. Suprascapular Nerve (Innervation)5. E. Inferior Angle of Scapula (Orgin) of Teres MajorUse the figure to label the following six muscles: (Viewed posteriorly)A: ______________C: ______________D: ______________F: _______________H: ______________I: _______________A: Right Extensor Carpi Radialis LongusC: Extensor DigitorumD: Extensor Carpi UlnarisF: Right Abductor Pollcis LongusH: Extensor IndicisI: Extensor Pollicis BrevisUse the figure to label the following six muscles:D: _______________E: _______________F: _______________G: _______________H: _______________I: ________________ D: Peroneus LongusE: Soleus

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