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tracyblome
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40031
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A&P 6/8 part 2
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2010-10-05 21:49:53
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BONES PART
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ARTICULATIONS AND MOVEMENT.
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  1. Seams between skull bones; the bones are joined by short, dense regular collagenous connective tissue.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    E) SUTURE
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  2. 2 layers of periosteum plus dense fibrous connective tissure between adjacent skull bones.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    G) SUTURAL LIGAMENT
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  3. Membranous area within some sutures in the newborn.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    D) FONTANEL
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  4. Results when bones of a joint grow together to form a single bone.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    H) SYNOSTOSIS
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  5. Joint with bones joined by ligaments; farther apart than sutures.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    A) SYNDESMOSIS
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  6. Specialized joints with pegs that fit into sockets; bundles of regular collagenous connective tissue joint teeth to sockets.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    B) GOMPHOSIS
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  7. Connective tissue bundle between teeth and sockets.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    C) PERIODONTAL LIGAMENT
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  8. Joint with 2 bones joined by hyaline cartilage; most become synostoses.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    I) SYNCHONDROSIS
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  9. Joint with bones joined by fibrocartilage.

    A) Syndesmosis
    B) Gomphosis
    C) Periodontal ligament
    D) Fontanel
    E) Suture
    F) Symphysis
    G) Sutural ligament
    H) Synostosis
    I) Synchondrosis
    F) SYMPHYSIS
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  10. Between the temporal and parietal bones.

    A) Synchondrosis
    B) Suture
    C) Symphysis
    D) Gomphosis
    E) Syndesmosis
    F) Synostosis
    B) SUTURE
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  11. Epiphyseal line.

    A) Synchondrosis
    B) Suture
    C) Symphysis
    D) Gomphosis
    E) Syndesmosis
    F) Synostosis
    F) SYNOSTOSIS
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  12. Between the ulna and the radius.

    A) Synchondrosis
    B) Suture
    C) Symphysis
    D) Gomphosis
    E) Syndesmosis
    F) Synostosis
    E) SYNDESMOSIS
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  13. Between the mandible and the teeth.

    A) Synchondrosis
    B) Suture
    C) Symphysis
    D) Gomphosis
    E) Syndesmosis
    F) Synostosis
    D) GOMPHOSIS
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  14. Epiphyseal plate.

    A) Synchondrosis
    B) Suture
    C) Symphysis
    D) Gomphosis
    E) Syndesmosis
    F) Synostosis
    A) SYNCHONDROSIS
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  15. Intervertebral disks.

    A) Synchondrosis
    B) Suture
    C) Symphysis
    D) Gomphosis
    E) Syndesmosis
    F) Synostosis
    C) SYMPHYSIS
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  16. Thin layer of hyaline cartilage that covers the articular surface of bones in synovial joints.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    D) ARTICULAR CARTILAGE
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  17. Fibrocartilage structures that provide extra strength and support for joints such as the knee and temporomandibular joint.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    B) ARTICULAR DISK
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  18. Incomplete, crescent-shaped fibrocartilage in joints such as the knee and wrist.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    F) MENISCUS
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  19. Portion of the joint capsule that is continuous with the fibrous layer of the periosteum.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    E) FIBROUS CAPSULE
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  20. Portion of the joint capsule; an inner membrane that secretes fluid.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    A) SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE
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  21. Fluid that consists of serum filtrate and secreations from the synovial cells; froms lubricating film on joint surfaces.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    I) SYNOVIAL FLUID
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  22. Pocket or sac of the synovial membrane extending away from the rest of the joint cavity.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    C) BURSA
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  23. Pocket or sac containing synovial fluid extending along a tendon for some distance.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    H) TENDON SHEATH
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  24. Inflammation of a bursa; results in pain and restriction of movement.

    A) Synovial membrane
    B) Articular disk
    C) Bursa
    D) Articular cartilage
    E) Fibrous capsule
    F) Meniscus
    G) Bursitis
    H) Tendon sheath
    I) Synovial fluid
    G) BURSITIS
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  25. Synovial joint movement occurring around one axis.

    A) Biaxial
    B) Multiaxial
    C) Uniaxial
    C) UNIAXIAL
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  26. Synovial joint movement occurring around 2 axes situated at right angles to each other.

    A) Biaxial
    B) Multiaxial
    C) Uniaxial
    A) BIAXIAL
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  27. Synovial joint movement occurring around several axes.

    A) Biaxial
    B) Multiaxial
    C) Uniaxial
    B) MULTIAXIAL
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  28. 2 opposed flat surfaces approximately equal in size; uniaxial movement is gliding or slightly rotating.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    E) PLANE (GLIDING) JOINT
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  29. 2 saddle-shaped surfaces at right angles; biaxial movement.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    F) SADDLE JOINT
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  30. Convex cylinder applied to a concavity; uniaxial movement.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    C) HINGE JOINT
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  31. Cylindrical process rotates within a ring; uniaxial rotation.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    A) PIVOT JOINT
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  32. Round head fitting into a round depression; multiaxial.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    D) BALL-AND-SOCKET JOINT
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  33. Modified ball-and-socket joint; range of motion is biaxial.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    B) ELLIPSOID JOINT
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  34. Articular process of adjacent vertebrae.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    E) PLANE JOINT
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  35. Carpal and metacarpal of thumb.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    F) SADDLE JOINT
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  36. Between phalanges.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    C) HINGE JOINT
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  37. Between the atlas and axis.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    A) PIVOT JOINT
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  38. Hip joint.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    D) BALL-AND-SOCKET JOINT
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  39. Atlas and occipital bone.

    A) Pivot joint
    B) Ellipsoid joint
    C) Hinge joint
    D) Ball-and-socket joint
    E) Plane (gliding) joint
    F) Saddle joint
    B) ELLIPSOID JOINT
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  40. Simplest type of movement; occurs in plane joints between 2 flat or nearly flat surfaces.

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    F) GLIDING
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  41. Moving a part of the body in an anterior or ventral direction (except the knee).

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    E) FLEXION
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  42. Movement of the leg in an anterior direction.

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    G) EXTENSION
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  43. Movement of the foot toward the plantar surface.

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    A) PLANTAR FLEXION
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  44. Movement away from the median plane.

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    D) ABDUCTION
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  45. Movement toward the median plane.

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    B) ADDUCTION
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  46. Bending at the waist to one side.

    A) Plantar flexion
    B) Adduction
    C) Dorsiflexion
    D) Abduction
    E) Flexion
    F) Gliding
    G) Extension
    H) Lateral flexion
    H) LATERAL FLEXION
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  47. Turning of a structure around its long axis.

    A) Supination
    B) Pronation
    C) Rotation
    D) Circumduction
    C) ROTATION
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  48. Rotation of the palm so that it faces anteriorly in relation to the anatomical position.

    A) Supination
    B) Pronation
    C) Rotation
    D) Circumduction
    A) SUPINATION
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  49. Combination of flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction.

    A) Supination
    B) Pronation
    C) Rotation
    D) Circumduction
    D) CIRCUMDUCTION
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  50. Movement of a structure superiorly-e.g., the mandible

    A) Protraction
    B) Elevation
    C) Eversion
    D) Retraction
    E) Lateral excursion
    F) Medial excursion
    G) Inversion
    H) Reposition
    I) Opposition
    J) Depression
    B) ELEVATION
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  51. Movement of a structure anteriorly-e.g., the scapula

    A) Protraction
    B) Elevation
    C) Eversion
    D) Retraction
    E) Lateral excursion
    F) Medial excursion
    G) Inversion
    H) Reposition
    I) Opposition
    J) Depression
    A) PROTRACTION
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  52. Movement of the thumb and little finger together.

    A) Protraction
    B) Elevation
    C) Eversion
    D) Retraction
    E) Lateral excursion
    F) Medial excursion
    G) Inversion
    H) Reposition
    I) Opposition
    J) Depression
    I) OPPOSITION
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  53. Turning the ankle so that the plantar surface faces laterally.

    A) Protraction
    B) Elevation
    C) Eversion
    D) Retraction
    E) Lateral excursion
    F) Medial excursion
    G) Inversion
    H) Reposition
    I) Opposition
    J) Depression
    C) EVERSION
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  54. List the 3 major classes of joints:

    hint: f,c,sj
    • 1. FIBROUS
    • 2. CARTILAGINOUS
    • 3. SYNOVIAL JOINTS
  55. Name the 3 types of fibrous joints.

    hint: s, s, g
    • 1. SUTURES
    • 2. SYNDESMOSIS
    • 3. GOMPHOSIS
  56. Name the 6 types of angular movement.

    hint: f,e,pf,d,a,d
    • 1. FLEXION
    • 2. EXTENSION
    • 3. PLANTAR FLEXION
    • 4. DORSIFLEXION
    • 5. ABDUCTION
    • 6. ADDUCTION
  57. List the 4 types of circular movment:

    hint: r,c,p,s
    • 1. ROTATION
    • 2. CIRCUMDUCTION
    • 3. PRONATION
    • 4. SUPINATION
  58. Name 10 types of special movement.

    hint: e,d,p,r,le,me,o,r,i,e
    • 1. ELEVATION
    • 2. DEPRESSION
    • 3. PROTRACTION
    • 4. RETRACTION
    • 5. LATERAL EXCURSION
    • 6. MEDIAL EXCURSION
    • 7. OPPOSITION
    • 8. REPOSITION
    • 9. INVERSION
    • 10. EVERSION