Study Guide Exam #3
9.1 Overview of muscle types, special characteristics, and functions
There are three types of muscle tissue
Compare and contrast the three basic types of muscle tissue.
1. Skeletal muscle tissue- Skeletal muscl
What bones make up the shoulder complex?
Clavicle, scapula, humerus
What is the origin of the rhomboid major?
T2-T5 and inserts on medial border of scapula
Action: scapula retraction
What is the origin, insertion and action of supraspinatus? (most comm
Exam 1 Review
Osteokinematics: bone movement- can see
o Planes, axes (transverse, sagittal)
o Motion: linear(what we see- someone walking) vs. rotary
(happens at individual joints- rotation at hips)
o Degrees of Freedom-
Upper Extremity Activities of Daily Living and Sports
Chapter 14 and 15
Chapter provides a kinesiological assessment of several
upper extremity activities of daily living (ADLs)
Substantial variability exists in human movement
Muscle Activity and Strength
Open and Closed Kinetic Chain
Chapter 3 Microscopic elements
o Neuromuscular physiology
Now on to Macroscopic level
Recording muscle activity:
Basic Concepts: Kinematics
Kinetics= the counterpart to motion which is force
Osteokinematics vs. Arthrokinematics
o Osteo- motion of bone/ what you can see
o Arthro- m
Mechanical Principles: Kinetics
Determinants of Motion
Force Applications on the Body
Kinematics: deals with motion of the body and/or its segments
without regard to the forces acting to p
Elbow and Foreman Chapter 6
Is composed of three synovial joints surrounded by one
Proximal radioulnar joint functions as part of the forearm
Serves as middle link in upper
Wrist and Hand Chapter 7
o Bones of the wrist and hand
o Joints and ligament
o Points of interest
o Nervous Supply
The wrist and hand are composed of multiple joints.
The wrist fine-tunes hand
Nerve and Muscle Physiology and the Control of
Physiology of Nerve and Muscle
Nervous System Anatomy review
Joint, Tendon, Muscle Receptors
Movement occurs due to intricate communication betwe
Chapter 5 Applied Anatomy the Shoulder
Shoulder= mobility/ motion but little stability: end result is injury
5 joints make up shoulder complex: needed for normal healthy
o Clavicle and scapula
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1. The famous Neolithic structure in England, made of megaliths that once formed several
concentric circles, is called Stonehenge.
2. The most famous of Maya Lins works is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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What is the function of stratified columnar?
What is one function of adipose?
Which muscle tissue has many nuclei?
What does the term anatomical position mean?
There are a lot of components to the human
body: Give an example of how t
1. List the origin/insertion/action/nerve innervations for the muscles listed below:
I: Coracoid process
A: Protraction of scapula
N: Medial pectoral n.
O: Angles of ribs
I: Medial border of scapula