Chiropractic National Boards I Anatomy Flashcards

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The medial boundary of the anatomical snuffbox is formed by which muscle?
Extensor pollicus longus
The styloid process is located on which portion of the radius?
Lateral
The styloid process is located on which portion of the ulna?
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The resting stage of the epiphyseal plate is composed of WOF?
Cartilage
Which muscle forms the medial border of the cubital fossa?
Pronator teres
The posterior auricular vein and retromandibular vein drain into WOF?
External jugular
WOF is the distal attachment of the adductor longus muscle?
Linea aspera
Both ureters lie _____ to the psoas major and ____ to the internal and external iliac veins?
Ant & ant
WOF structures transforms the scapular notch into the scapular foramen?
Transverse ligament
The fibrous band that runs from the papillary muscle to the atrioventricular valves are WOF?
Chordae tendinae
WOF structures is adjacent to the suprascapular artery?
Scapular notch
Deficiency in flexion and supination of forearm may indicate damage to WOF nerves?
Musculocutaneous
WOF nerves innervates the peroneus muscle evert foot?
Superficial peroneal
The lunate bone articulates proximally with which bone?
Radius
WOF gastric glands produce serotonin?
Argentaffin
From which embryological structure is the adrenal medulla derived?
Neural crest cells
Which muscle is the anterior support of the glenohumeral joint?
Subscapularis
The action of the anterior tibialis muscles is to ____ and ____ the foot?
Dorsiflex & evert
Posterior superficial muscles of the leg insert on WOF?
Calcaneous
On WOF bones is the soleal line?
Tibia
What structure shunts blood from the right to the left atrium in the fetus?
Foramen ovalis
What type of cells make up the uterus?
Simple columnar
WOF forms the lateral border of the femoral triangle?
Sartorius
On which location of the leg is the great saphenous vein located?
Superficial medial
Membranous bone formation is found in WOF bones?
Clavicle
The collateral ligament of the elbow are localized thickening of WOF structures?
Articular capsule
WOF lies in the inguinal canal?
Round ligament of uterus
WOF is a pivot joint?
Proximal radioulnar
The lateral aspect of the rectus abdominus sheath is known as WOF?
Linea semilunaris
Plasma cells are derived from WOF?
Lymphocytes
WOF muscles attaches to the proximal ulna and medial epicondyle of the humerous?
Pronator teres
What is the action of the plantar interosseus muscles of the foot?
Adduct
WOF is controlled by the pituitary gland?
Follicular cells
WOF structures directly adheres to the kidney?
Renal capsule
WOF muscles attaches to the pillars of fauces?
Palatoglossus & palatopharyngeus
WOF metatarsal bones articulate with the hamate?
4th & 5th
The junction of the sagital and coronal plates meet at WOF?
Bregma
Which muscle initiates abduction of the glennohumeral joint?
Supraspinatus
The biceps brachii muscle attaches to which structure on the radius?
Tubercle
The haustra of the large intestine is formed by WOF?

Taenia coli
Which plane divides the body into anterior and posterior halves?
Coronal
The area of the bladder between two ureter orfices and the opening for the urethra is called?
Trigone
WOF structures is composed of hyaline cartilage?
Bronchi
When bronchi separate in the lung how many are on the right side?
3 lobar
WOF cranial nerves transverse the foramen rotundum?
Maxillary of V
WOF muscles attaches to the iliotibilal tract?
Gluteus maximus
The majority of the respiatory tract is composed of WOF cells?
Pseudostratified columnar
WOF metacarpal bones articulates with the hamate?
4th & 5th
The pituitary gland controls the ____ organs that secrete ____ from the ____ cells?
Adrenal cortex - cortisol from the fasiculatus
WOF nerves innervate the anterior part of the leg?
Deep peroneal
Malformation of the hindgut is a result of abnormal development of the what?
Urogenital septum
The adenohypophysis is dreived from WOF?
Oral ectoderm
The root of the spine of the scapula is located close to WOF?
Vertebral border
The coronary sinus drains into which chamber of the heart?
Right atrium
The junction of the esophagus and stomach is located in WOF?
Inf to diaphragm
From which part of a cell is the cupola (apex of lung dreived?
Cervical pleura
WOF cells produce surfactant?
Type 2 pneumocyte
The pronator teres muscle is innervated by WOF nerves?
Median
WOF carpal bones most often fractures?
Scaphoid
The ostium of the maxillary sinus opens into WOF?
Middle nasal meatus
Which hormone is produced by parafollicular cells of the thyroid?
Calcitonin
What type of articulation is made up of bone and hyaline cartilage?
Synchondrosis
WOF ligaments prevents lateral displacement of the tibia?
Fibula collateral
What structure comes from the urogenital sinus?
Urethra
WOF gastrointestinal structures contains the central lacteals?
Villi
WOF structures lies poterior lateral to the testes?
Epididymis
What directly drains the liver sinusoid?
Central vein
The pampiniform plexus is located in WOF?
Spermatic cord
The intertrochanteric crest is located on which aspect of the femur?
Post
The urogenital system develops from WOF?
Intermediate mesoderm
A laceration of the profunda brachii artery could cause damage to which nerve that accompanies it?
Radial
WOF muscles closes the glottis?
Lateral cricoarytenoid
The tendon of which muscle passes through the internal capsule of the shoulder?
Biceps brachii
Which bones develop primarily from the interosseus membrane?
Parietal
What structure passes through the right and left crura(at T12?
Aorta hiatus
When the adenoids swell they occlude WOF?
Eustachian tube
The ulnar nerve lies between which WOF bones?
Pisiform & hamate
Which structure passes through the inguinal canal?
Round ligament of uterus
WOF muscles is responsible for the inferior rotation of the thigh?
Gluteus minimus
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