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7.Spinal vertebrae are separated from each other by:a.bursae.b.tendons.c.disks.d.ligaments.ANS:CExcept for sacral vertebrae, the spinal vertebrae
are separated from one another by disks. Spinal movement is achieved by paraspinous muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Bursae are located in the knee, elbow, shoulder, and hip.
DIF:Cognitive Level: Remembering (Knowledge)REF:p. 505OBJ:Nursing process—assessmentMSC:Physiologic Integrity: Physiologic Adaptation8.The glenohumeral joint is the other name for the:
DIF:Cognitive Level: Remembering (Knowledge)REF:p. 505OBJ:Nursing process—assessmentMSC:Physiologic Integrity: Physiologic Adaptation9.The joint where the humerus, radius, and ulna ar-ticulate is the:
DIF:Cognitive Level: Remembering (Knowledge)REF:p. 505OBJ:Nursing process—assessmentMSC:Physiologic Integrity: Physiologic Adaptation10. The articulation of the radius and carpal bones is the:
DIF:Cognitive Level: Remembering (Knowledge)REF:p. 505OBJ:Nursing process—assessmentMSC:Physiologic Integrity: Physiologic Adaptation11. The cruciate ligaments of the knee provide for:
a.anterior and posterior stability.b.medial and lateral sta-bility.c.movement on one plane.d.pivoting and rotation.ANS:AThe cruciate ligaments of the knee are positioned as to provide anterior and posterior stability. The collateral ligaments maintain medial and lateral stability. The knee joint is a hinge joint that allows movement in one plane.
DIF:Cognitive Level: Remembering (Knowledge)REF:p. 507OBJ:Nursing process—assessmentMSC:Physiologic Integrity: Physiologic Adaptation12. Medial and lateral surfaces of the tibiotalar joint are protected by:
DIF:Cognitive Level: Remembering (Knowledge)REF:pp. 507-508OBJ:Nursing process—assessmentMSC:Physiologic Integrity: Physiologic Adaptation

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