Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology
ExSc 400 Instructor: Wayne Johnson PhD, PT Office: 266 SFH Office Hours: MWF 10 to 11 and TTH 3 to 4, or by appointment Office Phone: 422-5490 Email: [email protected] TA: Various Lab sections
Required Study Manual:
Jennica Van Blerkom
EXSC 400 HW #1
January 17, 2012
Intramembranous and Endochondral Ossification.
Bones can be formed by two different ways: intramembranous ossification, or
endochondral ossification. Before a fetus is born, each part the body begins as
ANATOMY FINAL REVIEW.
50 from UE and back.
Which muscle does this motion to the scapula or lies posterior to the axis of motion of
12-31 muscles on left and nerves on the right
brachialis innervated by musculocutaneous an
Describe and explain osteokinematics and arthrokinematics.
Osteokinematics are observable movements of bones in space using the distal end as
a reference. An example of osteokinematics would be flexion and extension. We can
see the distal end of the bone
The Bones of the Lower Extremity!
The FEMUR The PATELLA The TIBIA The FIBULA The TARSAL BONES The METATARSAL BONES and The PHALANGEAL BONES
Head Fovea Capitis Anatomical Neck Greater Trochanter Lesser Trochanter Trochanteric Fossa Qua
Answers to EXSC 400 Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology
Unit One: Introduction Page 3 Page 5 1. anatomical position 2. frontal, sagittal, horizontal 4a. Central Nervous System 1) brain 2) spinal cord 5a. subject c. end, change d. beginning 6. between segme
Arthokinematics or Assessory Motions Practice sheet
1. Have members of the group explain the concave and convex rules of joint motion. 2. Complete the following: Explaining the shapes of the articular surfaces, direction of roll and glide, and whether rol
Anatomy exam 3
3 different muscle tissues (smooth, cardiac)
what do t-tubules do, sarcolemma, x
4 muscles: what kind of levers
7 T/F what muscle is in which compartment
including veins, arteries, and nerves