KINESIOLOGY FINAL

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  1. Shoulder/Arm
    Which muscle is located in the supraspinous fossa, deep to the trapezius upper fibers. Belly runs underneath the acromion and attatches to the humerus's greater tubercle.
    A. Teres Minor
    B. Supraspinatus
    C. Deltoid
    D. Infraspinatus
    B. Supraspinatus
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  2. Shoulder|Arm
    Which muscle is the most superficial muscle of the shoulder and back?
    A. Deltoid
    B. Teres Major
    C. Suboccipitals
    D. Trapezius
    A. Deltoid
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  3. Shoulder/Arm
    Which muscle does not attach to the Corcoid Process?
    A. Pectorialis Major
    B. Biceps Brachii
    C. Supraspinatus
    D. Triceps Brachii
    D. Triceps Brachii
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  4. Shoulder/Arm |
    Which deep muscle is located on the scapula's anterior surface, is sandwhiched between the subscapular fossa and serratus anterior muscle.
    A. Teres Minor
    B. Infraspinatus
    C. Teres Major
    D. Subscapularis
    D. Subscapularis
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  5. Shoulder|Arm
    The four rotator cuff muscles encompass and stabilize which joint?
    A. Strernoclavicular
    B. Radioulnar
    C. Acromioclavicular
    D. Glenohumeral
    D. Glenohumeral
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  6. Shoulder/Arm |
    Which muscle is located along the lateral and posterior sides of the neck, inferior portion is deep to the upper trapezius, and situated between Spenius Capitis and Posterior Scalene?
    A. Trapezius
    B. Rhomboid Major
    C. Rhomboid Minor
    D. Levator Scapula
    D. Levator Scapula
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  7. Shoulder | Arm
    What muscle or muscles are located between the scapula and the vertebral column that has thin fibers deep to the trapezius.
    A. Teres Major and Minor
    B. Erector Spinae
    C. Levator Scapula
    D. Rhomboid Major and Minor
    D. Rhomboid Major and Minor
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  8. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the superficial muscle that is a synergist to the latissumus dorsi and is called "lat's little helper"?
    A. Teres Major
    B. Trapezius
    C. Teres Minor
    D. Deltoid
    A. Teres Major
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  9. Shoulder| Arm
    What is the attachment site for three of the four rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder and arm?
    A. Infraspinous fossa of scapula
    B. Supraspinous fossa of scapula
    C. Greater tubercle of the humerus
    D. Lesser tubercle of the humerus
    C. Greater tubercle of the humerus
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  10. Shoulder | Arm
    Which muscle shares an attachment with the muscle Latissimus Dorsi at the Lateral border of the scapula?
    A. Deltoid
    B. Serratus Anterior
    C. Trapezius
    D. Teres Major
    D. Teres Major
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  11. Shoulder| Arm
    What muscle is responsible for Abduction of the Shoulder?
    A. Supraspinatus
    B. Teres Major
    C. Teres Minor
    D. Infraspinatus
    A. Supraspinatus
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  12. Shoulder/Arm |
    Which muscle lies superficially on the anterior arm, the tendon of the long head passing through the intertubercular groove of the humerus.
    A. Teres Minor
    B. Briceps Brachii
    C. Teres Major
    D. Triceps Brachii
    B. Briceps Brachii
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  13. Shoulder|Arm
    Which muscle is an Antagonist to the Biceps Brachii during the movement Shoulder Flexion?

    A. Pectoralis Major (Upper Fibers)
    B. Pectoralis Major (Lower Fibers)
    C. Deltoid
    D. Trapezius
    A. Pectoralis Major (Upper Fibers)
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  14. Shoulder|Arm
    Which movment of the body will lengthen the anterior fibers of the Deltoid?
    A. Extension
    B. Abduction
    C. Flexion
    D. Adduction
    A. Extension
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  15. Shoulder/Arm |
    The Rhomboid Major and Levator Scapula are Synergists during what action?
    A. Downward Rotation of Scapula
    B. Upward Rotation of Scapula
    C. Abduction of Scapula
    D. Adduction of Scapula
    A. Downward Rotation of Scapula
  16. Shoulder/Arm |
    To contract all the fibers of the Deltoid, have your client perform what movement?
    A. Adduction
    B. Abduction
    C. Extension
    D. Flexion
    B. Abduction
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  17. Shoulder|Arm
    What action lengthens the fibers of the Deltoid?
    A. Flexion
    B. Adduction
    C. Abduction
    D. Extension
    B. Adduction
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  18. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Insertion of the Deltoid?
    A. Ischial Tuberosity
    B. Crest of lesser tubercle of the humurus
    C. Deltoid Tuberosity
    D. Lateral one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of scapula
    C. Deltoid Tuberosity
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  19. Shoulder/Arm |
    What is the Origin of the Deltoid?
    A. Lateral one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of scapula
    B. Distal Half of anterior surface of Scapula
    C. Transverse processes of first through fourth vertebrae
    D. Distal half of Scapula, acromion and spine of scapula
    A. Lateral one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of scapula
  20. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Origin of the muscle Trapezius?
    A. Lateral one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of the scapula
    B. Crest of lesser tubercle of the humurus
    C. External Occipital portuberance, Medial superior nuchal line of occiput
    D. External Occipital portuberance, Lateral superior nuchal line of occiput
    C. External Occipital portuberance, Medial superior nuchal line of occiput
  21. Shoulder|Arm
    Which muscles upper fibers Elevate the Scapula?
    A. Pectoralis Major
    B. Trapezius
    C. Deltoid
    D. Latissimus Dorsi
    B. Trapezius
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  22. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Origin of the Latissimus Dorsi?
    A. Medial one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of the scapula
    B. Lateral one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of the scapula
    C. Crest of the lesser tubercle of the Humerus
    D. Crest of the greater tubercle of the Humerus
    C. Crest of the lesser tubercle of the Humerus
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  23. Shoulder|Arm
    What action lengthens the fibers of the muscle Latissimus Dorsi?
    A. Elevation of the Shoulder
    B. Adduction of the Shoulder
    C. Abduction of the Shoulder
    D. Flexion of the Shoulder
    C. Abduction of the Shoulder
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  24. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Insertion of the Teres Major?
    A. Lateral one-third of clavicle, acromion and spine of scapula
    B. Ligamentum nuchae and spinous processes of C-7 to T-12
    C. Crest of the lesser tubercle of the humerus
    D. Medial portion of superior nuchal line of the occiput
    C. Crest of the lesser tubercle of the humerus
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  25. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Actions of the muscle Teres Major?
    A. Flex the Shoulder, Abduct the Shoulder, Lateally Rotate the Shoulder
    B. Extend the Shoulder, Adduct the Shoulder, Medially Rotate the Shoulder
    C. Extend the Shoulder, Abduct the Shoulder, Laterally Rotate the Shoulder
    D. Flex the Shoulder, Adduct the Shoulder, Medially Rotate the Shoulder
    B. Extend the Shoulder, Adduct the Shoulder, Medially Rotate the Shoulder
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  26. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Supraspinatus?
    A. Lesser Tubercle of the Humerus
    B. Subscapular Fossa of the Scapula
    C. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
    D. Infraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
    C. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
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  27. Shoulder/Arm
    What are the Origin of the muscle Superspinatus?
    A. Supraspinous fossa of scapula
    B. Infraspinous fossa of scapula
    C. Superior half of lateral border of the scapula
    D. Subscapular fossa of the scapula
    A. Supraspinous fossa of scapula
  28. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Action of the muscle Supraspinatus?
    A. Abduct the Shoulder, stabilize the head of the humerus
    B. Medially Rotate the Shoulder, stabilize the head of the humerus
    C. Adduct the Shoulder, stabilize the head of the humerus
    D. Laterally Rotate the Shoulder, stabilize the head of the humerus
    A. Abduct the Shoulder, stabilize the head of the humerus
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  29. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Infraspinatus?
    A. Lesser Tubercle of the Humerus
    B. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
    C. Infraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
    D. Subscapular Fossa of the Scapula
    B. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
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  30. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Origin of the Infraspinatus?
    A. Superior half of lateral border of scapula
    B. Supraspinous fossa of scapula
    C. Infraspinous fossa of scapula
    D. Subscapular fossa of the scapula
    C. Infraspinous fossa of scapula
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  31. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Origin of the muscle Teres Minor?
    A. Infraspinous fossa of the scapula
    B. Subscapular fossa of the scapula
    C. Superior half of lateral border of the scapula
    D. Supraspinous fossa of the scapula
    C. Superior half of lateral border of the scapula
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  32. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Teres Minor?
    A. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
    B. Lesser Tubercle of the Humerus
    C.Subscapular Fossa of the Scapula
    D. Infraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
    A. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
  33. Shoulder/Arm |
    What are the Actions of the muscle Teres Minor?
    A. Medially rotate, Abduct, Flex and Horizontally abduct shoulder. Stabilize head of humerus in glenoid cavity
    B. Laterally rotate, Abduct, Extend and Horizontally Abduct the shoulder, Stabilize head of humerus in geloid cavity.
    C. Laterally rotate, Adduct, Extend and Horizontally Abduct the shoulder, Stabilize head of humerus in glenoid cavity.
    D. Medially rotate shoulder and stabilize head of humerus in glenoid cavity

    C. Laterally rotate, Adduct, Extend and Horizontally Abduct the shoulder, Stabilize head of humerus in glenoid cavity.
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  34. Shoulder/Arm |
    What is the Insertion of the Rhomboid Major?
    A. Lateral border of scapula between spine of scapula and inferior angle
    B. Medial border of scapula between spine of scapula and inferior angle
    C. Anterior surface of medial border of scapula
    D. Inferior, lateral aspect of clavicle
    B. Medial border of scapula between spine of scapula and inferior angle
  35. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Origin of the Rhomboid Minor?

    A. Transverse processes of C-7 to T-1
    B. Third, fourth and fifth ribs
    C. Spinous processes of T-2 to T-5
    D. Spinous processes of C-7 and T-1


    D. Spinous processes of C-7 and T-1
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  36. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Origin of the muscle Serratus Anterior?
    A. Surfaces of upper eight or nine ribs
    B. Third, fourth and fifth ribs
    C. First rib and cartilage
    D. Surfaces of lower six or seven ribs
    A. Surfaces of upper eight or nine ribs
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  37. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Actions of the muscle Serratus Anterior?
    A. Abduct the Sholder, Laterally Rotate the Shoulder
    B. Adduct the Shoulder, Medially Rotate the Shoulder
    C. Abduct the Scapula, Depress the Scapula and assist in forced inhalation
    D. Adduct the Scapula, Depress the Scapula and assed in forced exhalation
    C. Abduct the Scapula, Depress the Scapula and assist in forced inhalation
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  38. Shoulder|Arm
    Which muscle is devided into sections of Clavicular, Sternal and Costal?
    A. Pectoralis Major
    B. Trapezius
    C. Pectoralis Minor
    D. Deltoid
    A. Pectoralis Major
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  39. Shoulder|Arm
    The Pectoralis Minor is deep to which muscle?
    A. Steranlis
    B. Trapezius
    C. Serratus Anterior
    D. Pectoralis Major
    B. Trapezius
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  40. Shoulder|Arm
    The Pectoralis Minor is attached to which Bony Landmark?
    A. Lesser Tubercle of Humerus
    B. Coracoid Process of Scapula
    C. Supraglenoid Tubercle of Scapula
    D. Greater Tubercle of Humerus
    B. Coracoid Process of Scapula
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  41. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Pectoralis Minor? (Minor P)
    A. Inferior, lateral aspect of clavicle
    B. Coracoid process of the scapula
    C. Anterior surface of medial border of scapula
    D. Crest of greater tubercle of the humerus
    B. Coracoid process of the scapula
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  42. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Origin of the Short Head of the muscle Biceps Brachii?
    A. Coracoid process of the scapula
    B. Supraglenoid tubercle of scapula
    C. Infraglenoid tubercle of scapula
    D. Posterior surface of proximal half of humerus
    A. Coracoid process of the scapula
  43. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Action of the muscle Biceps Brachii?
    A. Laterally rotate the Elbow and Flex the Shoulder
    B. Extend the Elbow, Pronate the Forearm and Extend the Shoulder
    C. Rotate the Elbow and Extend the Forearm
    D. Flex the Elbow, Supinate the Forearm and Flex the Shoulder
    D. Flex the Elbow, Supinate the Forearm and Flex the Shoulder
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  44. Shoulder|Arm
    As you follow the biceps belly proximally, it becomes deep to which muscle?
    A. Trapezius
    B. Deltoid
    C. Pectoralis Major
    D. Pectoralis Minor
    B. Deltoid
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  45. Shoulder|Arm
    What is the Antagonist to the muscle Biceps Brachii during the action Shoulder Flexion?
    A. Subclavius
    B. Levator Scapula
    C. Serratus Anterior
    D. Latissimus Dorsi
    D. Latissimus Dorsi
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  46. Shoulder/Arm
    What is the Origin of the muscle Coracobrachialis?
    A. Medial surface of mid-humeral shaft
    B. Olecranon process of the ulna
    C. Coracoid process of the scapula
    D. Aponeurosis of biceps brachii
    C. Coracoid process of the scapula
  47. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Action of the Brachialis? (Deep to Biceps Brachii)
    A. Flex the Elbow
    B. Extend the Elbow
    C. Rotate the Elbow
    D. Abduct the Elbow
    A. Flex the Elbow
  48. Forearm| Hand
    What is the Origin of the muscle Brachialis?
    A. Lateral, anterior surface of distal radius
    B. Medial, anterior surface of distal ulna
    C. Distal half of anterior surface of humerus
    D. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
    C. Distal half of anterior surface of humerus
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  49. Forearm| Hand
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Brachialis?
    A. Medial, anterior surface of distal ulna
    B. Lateral, anterior surface of distal radius
    C. Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna
    D. Styloid process of radius
    C. Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna
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  50. Forearm|Hand
    What is the movement that lengthens the fibers of the muscle Brachialis?
    A. Extend the Elbow
    B. Rotate the Elbow
    C. Abduct the Elbow
    D. Flex the Elbow
    A. Extend the Elbow
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  51. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the Long Head of the Triceps Brachii?
    A. Olecranon process of the Ulna
    B. Infraglenoid tubercle of the Scapula
    C. Coracoid process of the Scapula
    D. Medial surface of mid-humeral shaft
    B. Infraglenoid tubercle of the Scapula
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  52. Forearm | Hand
    What muscle is a strong elbow flexor located deep to the Biceps Brachii?
    A. Brachioradialis
    B. Brachialis
    C. Pronator Teres
    D. Triceps Brachii
    B. Brachialis
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  53. Forearm/Hand
    Which muscle creates a helpful line dividing line between the Flexors and the Extensors?
    A. Pronator Teres and Shaft of Radius
    B. Biceps Brachii and Shaft of Ulna
    C. Brachialis and Shaft of Radius
    D. Brachioradialis and Shaft of Ulna
    D. Brachioradialis and Shaft of Ulna
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  54. Forearm | Hand
    What is the only muscle that runs the length of the forearm but does not cross the wrist joint?
    A. Brachialis
    B. Supinator
    C. Brachioradialis
    D. Pronator Teres
    C. Brachioradialis
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  55. Forearm | Hand
    Which of the following muscles is a weak elbow extensor located lateral to the olecranon process.
    A. Brachialis
    B. Brachiaradialis
    C. Anconeus
    D. Extensor Indicis
    C. Anconeus
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  56. Forearm| Hand
    How many muscles of the thumb are located in the Themar Emeninace?
    A. 2
    B. 4
    C. 8
    D. 6
    B. 4
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  57. Forearm/Hand
    In the anatomical posistion where would the Extensors of the Forearm and Hand located?
    A. Posterior/Distal
    B. Anterior/Proximal
    C. Posterior/Lateral
    D. Anterior/Medial
    C. Posterior/Lateral
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  58. Forearm/Hand
    What are the two Actions of the muscle Brachioradialis (Superficial)
    A. Extend the Elbow and Assist in pronate and supinate of the forearm
    B. Rotate the Elbow and Assist in pronate and supinate of the forearm
    C. Extend the Elbow and Assist in Abduction and Adduction of the forearm
    D. Flex the Elbow and Assist in pronate and supinate of the forearm
    D. Flex the Elbow and Assist in pronate and supinate of the forearm
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  59. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Insertion of the Superficial muscle Brachioradialis? (Stylish radialis)
    A. Lateral surface of proximal shaft of radius
    B. Medial of lateral surface of the radius
    C. Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna
    D. Styloid process of radius
    D. Styloid process of radius
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  60. Forearm|Hand
    What is the Synergist to the Pronator Teres during Flexion of the Elbow?
    A. Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
    B. Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
    C. Extensor Digitorum
    D. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
    D. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
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  61. Forearm|Hand
    Which extensor muscle can be palpated along the shaft of the Ulna?
    A. Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
    B. Extensor Digitorum
    C. Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
    D. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
    D. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
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  62. Forearm | Hand
    What movement would shorten the fibers of the muscle Brachioradialis?
    A. Passive Supination of the Forearm
    B. Passive Extension of the Elbow
    C. Passive Flexion of the Elbow
    D. Passive Pronation of the Forearm
    C. Passive Flexion of the Elbow
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  63. Forearm|Hand
    In general, the whole Extensor group can be found near which bony landmark?
    A. Medial Supraconylar ridge of humerus
    B. Tubercle of the humerus
    C. Medial Epicondyle
    D. Lateral Epicondyle
    D. Lateral Epicondyle
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  64. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the Superficial muscle Brachioradialis?
    A. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
    B. Lateral surface of proximal shaft of radius
    C. Medial of lateral surface of the radius
    D. Distal half of anterior surface of humerus
    A. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
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  65. Forearm|Hand
    The Common Flexor Tendon can be found near which bony landmark?
    A. Tubercle of the humerus
    B. Medial Supraconylar ridge of humerus
    C. Lateral Epicondyle
    D. Medial Epicondyle
    D. Medial Epicondyle
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  66. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis (Super long bone) (Superficial on lateral, posterior forearm)
    A. Pisiform
    B. Flexor retinaculum of palmar aponeurosis
    C. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
    D. Base of third metacarpal
    C. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
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  67. Forearm|Hand
    Which below is the three most superficial muscles of the Flexors Group?
    A. Palmaris Longus, Flexor Carpi Radialis, Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
    B. Flexor Digitorum Profundus, Flexor Carpi Radialis, Palmaris Longus
    C. Flexor Carpi Ulnaris, Flexor Carpi Radialis, Palmaris Longus
    D. Flexor Carpi Radialis, Palmaris Longus, Flexor Carpis Ulnaris
    A. Palmaris Longus, Flexor Carpi Radialis, Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
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  68. Forearm| Hand
    What is the Insertion of the Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis?
    A. Base of third metacarpal
    B. Base of fifth metacarpal
    C. Flexor retinaculum of palmar aponeurosis
    D. Pisiform
    A. Base of third metacarpal
  69. Forearm|Hand
    Which movement would shorten the fibers of the muscle Flexor Carpi Radialis?
    A. Flexion
    B. Adduction
    C. Extension
    D. Abduction
    D. Abduction
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  70. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Antagonist to both the Biceps Brachii and the Supinator during Supination of the Forearm?
    A. Pronator Teres
    B. Palmar Interossei and Triceps Brachii
    C. Brachialis
    D. Palmaris Longus
    A. Pronator Teres
  71. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the Extensor Carpi Ulnaris (Superficial on posterior forearm)?
    A. Common Flexor tendon from of the medial epicondyle
    B. Common Extensor tendon from the lateral epicondyle of humerus
    C. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
    D. Anterior and medial surfaces of proximal three-quarters of ulna
    B. Common Extensor tendon from the lateral epicondyle of humerus
  72. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Insertion of the Extensor Carpi Ulnaris (superficial on posterior forearm)
    A. Base of second and third metacarpal
    B. Base of fifth metacarpal
    C. Base of third metacarpal
    D. Base of first metacarpal

    B. Base of fifth metacarpal
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  73. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the Extensor Digitorum? (Superficial on posterior forearm)
    A. Common extensor tendon from lateral epicondyle of humerus
    B. Common flexor tendon from medial epicondyle
    C. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
    D. Anterior and medial surface of ulna
    A. Common extensor tendon from lateral epicondyle of humerus
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  74. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Action of the Extensor Digitorum? (Superficial on posterior forearm)
    A. Extend the second through fifth fingers, assist to the extend the wrist
    B. Extend the first through third fingers, assist to the extend the wrist
    C. Extend the third and fourth fingers, assist to the extend the wrist
    D. Extend the second through third fingers, assist to the extend the wrist
    A. Extend the second through fifth fingers, assist to the extend the wrist
  75. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Action of the muscle Anconeus (Lateral, posterior surface of elbow)
    A. Flex the Elbow
    B. Extend the Elbow
    C. Rotate the Elbow
    D. Medially Rotate the Elbow
    B. Extend the Elbow
  76. Forearm | Hand
    What is the Origin of the muscle Anconeus (Lateral, posterior surface of elbow)
    A. Lateral epicondyle of the humerus
    B. Posterior surface of distal shaft of ulna
    C. Common flexor tendon from medial epicondyle
    D. Anterior and medial surfaces of proximal three-quarters ulna
    A. Lateral epicondyle of the humerus
  77. Forearm | Hand
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Anconeus (Lateral, posterior surface of elbow)
    A. Olecranon process and lateral edge of ulnar shaft
    B. Tendon of the extensor digitorum at the level of second metacarpal
    C. Tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna
    D. Styloid process of radius
    A. Olecranon process and lateral edge of ulnar shaft
  78. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Extensor Indicis?
    A. Flexor retinaculum and palmar aponeurosis
    B. Posterior surface of distal shaft of ulna & interosseous membrane
    C. Common flexor tendon from medial epicondyle
    D. Tendon of extensor digitorum at level of second metacarpal
    D. Tendon of extensor digitorum at level of second metacarpal
  79. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Palmaris Longus (superficial on anterior forearm)
    A. Base of fifth metacarpal
    B. Flexor retinaculum and palmar aponeurosis
    C. Base of third metacarpal
    D. Bases of second and third metacarpals
    B. Flexor retinaculum and palmar aponeurosis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  80. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Flexor Digitorum Superficialis muscle (intermediate muscle layer on anterior forearm)
    A. Four tendons into side of middle phalanges of second through fifth fingers
    B. Middle and distal phalanges of second through fifth fingers
    C. Pisiform
    D. Base of second metacarpal

    A. Four tendons into side of middle phalanges of second through fifth fingers
  81. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the muscle Flexor Digitorum Profundus?
    A. Lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus
    B. Common flexor tendon from medial epicondyle
    C. Anterior & medial surfaces of proximal three-quarters of ulna
    D. Common extensor tendon from lateral epicondyle of humerus
    C. Anterior & medial surfaces of proximal three-quarters of ulna
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  82. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Action of the muscle Flexor Digitorum Profundus?
    A. Flex the second through fifth fingers
    B. Flex the first finger
    C. Flex the wrist
    D. Flex the second through fourth fingers
    A. Flex the second through fifth fingers
  83. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Pronator Teres? (Distal to the bicpes brachii tendon)
    A. Capitate, second and third metacarpals
    B. Anterior surface of radius and interosseous membrane
    C. Medial epicondyle of humerus, common flexor tendon and coronoid process of ulna
    D. Middle of lateral surface of the radius
    D. Middle of lateral surface of the radius
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  84. Forearm |Hand
    What is a Synergist to the muscle Pronator Teres during Flexion of the Elbow?
    A. Supinator
    B. Brachioradialis
    C. Palmaris Longus
    D. Brachialis
    C. Palmaris Longus
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  85. Forearm|Hand
    Which muscle is responsible for creating opposition of the thumb?
    A. Extensor Pollicis Longus
    B. Extensor Pollicis Brevis
    C. Abductor Pollicis
    D. Opponens Pollicis
    D. Opponens Pollicis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  86. Forearm/Hand
    What is the action of the muscle the Supinator?
    A. Flex the Elbow
    B. Rotate the Elbow
    C. Pronate the Forearm
    D. Supinate the Forearm
    D. Supinate the Forearm
  87. Forearm/Hand
    What is the Origin of the Flexor Carpi Radialis?
    A. Common flexor tendon from medial epicondyle
    B. Capitate, second and third metacarpals
    C. Anterior surface of radius and interosseous membrane
    D. Middle of lateral surface of the radius
    A. Common flexor tendon from medial epicondyle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  88. Forearm| Hand
    What is the Origin of the Flexor Carpi Ulnaris at the Ulna head?
    A. Capitate, second and third metacarpals
    B. Posterior surface of proximal half ulnar shaft
    C. Middle of lateral surface of the radius
    D. Anterior surface of radius and interosseous membrane
    B. Posterior surface of proximal half ulnar shaft
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  89. Forearm| Hand
    What is the Origin of the Flexor Digitorum Profundus?
    A. Anterior surface of radius and interosseous membrane
    B. Posterior surface of proximal half ulnar shaft
    C. Anterior and medial surfaces of proximal three-quarters of ulna
    D. Middle of lateral surface of the radius
    C. Anterior and medial surfaces of proximal three-quarters of ulna
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  90. Spine |Thorax
    What is part of the Insertion of the muscle Longissimus?
    A. Transverse processes of lower thoracic vertebrae
    B. Spinous process of all the vertebrae
    C. Transverse processes of lower lumbar vertebrae
    D. Mastoid process of temporal bone
    D. Mastoid process of temporal bone
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  91. Spine|Thorax
    Which is the most superficial of the Spinal muscles?
    A. Longissmus
    B. Multifidi
    C. Erector Spinae
    D. Rotatores
    C. Erector Spinae
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  92. Spine|Thorax
    Which muscle is the Antagonist to the Multfidi during Extension of the Vertebral Column?
    A. Rotatores
    B. Iliocostalis
    C. Semispinalis Capitis
    D. Spinalis
    B. Iliocostalis
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  93. Spine|Thorax
    Which muscle is the Antagonist to the Rotatores during Rotation of the Vertical Column to the right side?
    A. External Oblique on the Left Side
    B. Internal Oblique on the Right Side
    C. Longissimus on the Right Side
    D. Multifidi on the Left Side
    B. Internal Oblique on the Right Side
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  94. Spine|Thorax
    What is the order of the Erectors from the most Medial to most Lateral?
    A. Iliocostalis, Longissimus and Spinalis
    B. Multifidi, Spinalis and Longissimus
    C. Longissimus, Spinalis and Multifidi
    D. Spinalis, Multifidi and Iliocostalis
    B. Multifidi, Spinalis and Longissimus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  95. Spine|Thorax
    Which movement of the Vertebral Column would shorten the fibers of the Erector Spinae Muscles?
    A. Lateral Flexion to the Same Side
    B. Lateral Rotation to the Same Side
    C. Lateral Flexion to the Opposite Side
    D. Lateral Rotation to the Opposite Side
    C. Lateral Flexion to the Opposite Side
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  96. Spine|Thorax
    What movement of the Vertebral Column would lengthen the fibers of the Multifidi on the Right Side?
    A. Lateral Extension to the Left Side
    B. Lateral Flexion to the Right Side
    C. Horizontal Abduction to the Left Side
    D. Horizontal Adduction to the Right Side
    B. Lateral Flexion to the Right Side
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  97. Spine|Thorax
    Which of the following muscles is actually an abdominal muscle on the posterior side of the Thorax?
    A. Internal Oblique
    B. Quadratus Lumborum
    C. External Oblique
    D. Serratus Anterior
    B. Quadratus Lumborum
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  98. Spine|Thorax
    What edge of the Quadratus Lumborum muscle is the most accesible?
    A. Anterior
    B. Posterior
    C. Lateral
    D. Medial
    C. Lateral
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  99. Spine/Thorax
    What is the Origin of the muscle Spinalis?
    A. Spinous processes of upper lumbar and lower thoracic vertebrae
    B. Lower 9 ribs and thoracis vertebrae
    C. Transverse process of lumbar vertebrae and cervicals
    D. Spinous process of upper thoracic vertebrae and cervicals
    A. Spinous processes of upper lumbar and lower thoracic vertebrae
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  100. Spine/Thorax
    What is the Action of the Iliocostalis Branch of the Erector Spinae Group?
    A. Extend the vertebral column and laterally flex vertebral column to the same side
    B. Flex the vertebral column and extend vertebral column to the opposite side
    C. Extend the vertebral column and rotate vertebral column to same side
    D. Flex the vertebral column and rotate vertebral column to opposite side
    A. Extend the vertebral column and laterally flex vertebral column to the same side
  101. Spine/Thorax
    What is the Origin of the muscle Multifidi?
    A. TVPs of lumbar through cervical vertebrae
    B. Sacrum and TVPs of lumbar through cervical vertebrae
    C. TVPs of thoracic vertebrae through second cervical vertebrae
    D. Spinous Processes of lumbar through second cervical vertebrae
    B. Sacrum and TVPs of lumbar through cervical vertebrae
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  102. Spine/Thorax
    What is the Action of the Rotatores of the Transversospinalis Group?
    A. Flex the Vertebral column and Neck and Extend the vertebral column
    B. Rotate the Vertebral column to the opposite side and Extend the vertebral column
    C. Flex the Vertebral column and Neck and Extend the vertebral column
    D. Extend the Vertebral column and Shoulder and Extend the vertebral column
    B. Rotate the Vertebral column to the opposite side and Extend the vertebral column
  103. Spine|Thorax
    Which muscle when irritated and involuntarily contracts causes a hiccup?
    A. Rectus Adominis
    B. Diaphragm
    C. External Intercostals
    D. Internal Intercostals
    B. Diaphragm
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  104. Spine/Thorax
    What is the muscle of the Erector Spinae Group that does not attach to the skull?
    A. Spenlius Capitis
    B. Iliocostalis
    C. Spinalis
    D. Longissimus
    D. Longissimus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  105. Spine/Thorax
    Which muscle is deep to the trapezius and rhomboids. Its fibers angle toward the Mastoid process and are superficial between Trapezius & SCM of the Neck
    A. Oblique Capitis Inferior
    B. Splenius Cervicis
    C. Oblique Capitis Superior
    D. Splenius Capitis
    D. Splenius Capitis
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  106. Spine/Thorax
    What is part of the Origin of the muscle Splenius Capitis?
    A. Spinous process of the Axis (C-2)
    B. Coracoid process of Temporal Bone
    C. Ligamentum Nuchae
    D. Spinous process of the Atlas (C-1)
    C. Ligamentum Nuchae
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  107. Spine |Thorax
    What is part of the Insertion of the muscle Splenius Capitis?
    A. Lower Nine Ribs
    B. Lower Six Ribs
    C. Coracoid Process
    D. Mastoid Process
    D. Mastoid Process
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  108. Spine/Thorax
    What is the Origin of the muscle Quadratus Lumborum?
    A. Posterior Iliac Crest
    B. Lateral Inguinal Ligament
    C. Pubic crest, Pubic symphysis
    D. Lower Eight Ribs
    A. Posterior Iliac Crest
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  109. Spine/Thorax
    Which muscle is the revered "washboard belly" formed by its multiple, superficial bellies?
    A. Rectus Abdominis
    B. External Oblique
    C. Transverse Abdominis
    D. Internal Oblique
    A. Rectus Abdominis
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  110. Spine |Thorax
    Which muscle of the Abdominals is the deepest muscle of the group and plays a major role in forced exhalation?
    A. Transverse Abdominis
    B. Rectus Abdominis
    C. External Oblique
    D. Internal Oblique
    A. Transverse Abdominis
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  111. Spine/Thorax
    What is the Origin of the muscle External Oblique?
    A. Lateral Inguinal Ligament
    B. Posterior Iliac Crest
    C. Lower Eight Ribs
    D. Pubic crest, Pubic symphysis
    C. Lower Eight Ribs
  112. Spine|Thorax
    Which abdominal muscle runs vertically from the rib cage to the pubic crest?
    A. Internal Oblique
    B. External Oblique
    C. Transverse Abdominis
    D. Rectus Abdominis
    D. Rectus Abdominis
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  113. Spine/Thorax
    What is part of the Insertion of the muscle Internal Oblique?
    A. Posterior part of the Iliac crest
    B. Internal surface of lower three ribs
    C. Internal surface of lower eight ribs
    D. Anterior part of the Iliac crest
    B. Internal surface of lower three ribs
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  114. Spine/Thorax
    What is part of the Origin of the muscle Diaphragm?
    A. Pubic crest, pubic symphysis, inner surface of lower six ribs
    B. Inner surface of lower eight ribs, inner part of xiphoid process
    C. Posterior Iliac crest, inner surface of lower eight ribs
    D. Inner surface of lower six ribs, inner part of xiphoid process
    D. Inner surface of lower six ribs, inner part of xiphoid process
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  115. Spine| Thorax
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Diaphragm?
    A. Abdominal aponeurosis to linea alba
    B. Anterior part of iliac crest
    C. Cartilage of fifth, sixth and seventh ribs
    D. Central Tendon
    D. Central Tendon
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  116. Spine|Thorax
    When the diaphragm muscle fibers contract, the central tendon is pulled Inferiorly durring what action?
    A. Expiration (Exhalation)
    B. Coughing
    C. Sneezing
    D. Inspiration (Inhalation)
    D. Inspiration (Inhalation)
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  117. Spine|Thorax
    What is the Origin of the Intercostals of the chest?
    A. Inferior border of the rib above
    B. Inferior border of the rib below
    C. Superior border of the rib above
    D. Superior border of the rib below
    A. Inferior border of the rib above
  118. Spine/Thorax
    When performing the Action of Rotation of the Spine to your right, What is the Antagonist and on what side?
    A. Internal Oblique to Opposite Side
    B. Rectus Abdominis to Same Side
    C. Multifidi to Opposite Side
    D. External Oblique to Same Side
    C. Multifidi to Opposite Side
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  119. Head/Neck/Face
    Which muscle is situated between the splenius capitis and posterior scalene muscles on the lateral side of the neck?
    A. Levator Scapula
    B. Pronator Teres
    C. Brachialis
    D. Supinator
    A. Levator Scapula
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  120. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the muscle that assists the action of Protraction of the Mandible?
    A. Masseter
    B. Lateral Pterygoid
    C. Medial Pterygoid
    D. Omohyoid
    B. Lateral Pterygoid
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  121. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the Anterior Scalene?
    A. TVPs of 1st - 7th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
    B. TVPs of 5th and 6th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    C. TVPs of 2nd - 7th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    D. TVPs of 3rd - 6th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
    D. TVPs of 3rd - 6th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
  122. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Anterior Scalene?
    A. First Rib
    B. Second Rib
    C. Third Rib
    D. Clavicle
    A. First Rib
  123. Head|Neck|Face
    What is the Action of the Anterior Scalene and that of no other Scalene?
    A. Laterally flex the head and neck
    B. Flex the head and neck
    C. Roate the head and neck
    D. Extend the head and neck
    B. Flex the head and neck
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  124. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the Middle Scalene?
    A. TVPs of 5th and 6th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    B. TVPs of 2nd - 7th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    C. TVPs of 3rd - 6th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
    D. TVPs of 1st - 7th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
    B. TVPs of 2nd - 7th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
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  125. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the Posterior Scalene?
    A. TVPs of 1st - 7th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
    B. TVPs of 5th and 6th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    C. TVPs of 2nd - 7th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    D. TVPs of 3rd - 6th cervical vertebrae (anterior tubercles)
    B. TVPs of 5th and 6th cervical vertebrae (posterior tubercles)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  126. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the Masseter?
    A. Zygomatic Arch
    B. Temporal Fossa and Fascia
    C. Top of Manubrium
    D. Medial one-third of clavicle
    A. Zygomatic Arch
  127. Head|Neck|Face
    What is the Action that would shorten the fibers of the Masseter muscle?
    A. Depression
    B. Elevation
    C. Protracton
    D. Retraction
    B. Elevation
  128. Head|Neck|Face
    What muscle is located on interior side of the mandible and mirrors the exterior Masseter?
    A. Omohyoid
    B. Medial Pterygoid
    C. Platysma
    D. Lateral Pterygoid
    B. Medial Pterygoid
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  129. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Insertion of the Posterior Scalene?
    A. First Rib
    B. Second Rib
    C. Third Rib
    D. Fifth Rib
    B. Second Rib
  130. Head|Neck|Face
    What is the Origin of the muscle Levator Scapula?
    A. Upper region of medial border and superior angle of scapula
    B. Transverse processes of 1st - 4th cervical vertebrae
    C. Spinouse processes of 1st - 4th cervical vertebrae
    D. First rib and cartilage, lateral edge of clavicle
    B. Transverse processes of 1st - 4th cervical vertebrae
  131. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the muscle Sternocleidmastoid (SCM)?
    A. Angle and ramus of mandible
    B. Xiphoid process of frontal bone & medial portion of inferior nuchal line of occiput
    C. Top of manubrium and medial one-third of the clavicle
    D. Coronoid process of the mandible
    C. Top of manubrium and medial one-third of the clavicle
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  132. Head|Neck|Face
    The first head of the Sternocleidomastoid attaches at the sternum. Where does the second head attach to?
    A. Clavicle
    B. Mastoid
    C. Scapula
    D. Hyoid
    A. Clavicle
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  133. Head|Neck|Face
    Which muscle is the strongest muscle in the body relative to its size?
    A. Messeter
    B. SCM
    C. Omohyoid
    D. Temporalis
    A. Messeter
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  134. Head|Neck|Face
    Which muscle or muscles are located between the SCM and the anterior flap of the Trapezius?
    A. SCM
    B. Masseter
    C. Temporalis
    D. Scalenes
    D. Scalenes
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  135. Head|Neck|Face
    What is the Synergist with the Left Sternocleidomastoid during Rotation of the Cervical Spine to the Right?
    A. Left Posterior Scalene
    B. Right Posterior Scalene
    C. Right Anterior Scalene
    D. Left Anterior Scalene
    D. Left Anterior Scalene
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  136. Head|Neck|Face
    The broad origin of which muscle attaches to the frontal, temporal and parietal bones?
    A. Messeter
    B. SCM
    C. Temporalis
    D. Pertygoid
    C. Temporalis
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  137. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the Temporalis muscle?
    A. Zygomatic Arch
    B. Top of Manubrium
    C. Temporal Fossa and Fascia
    D. Coronoid process of Mandible
    C. Temporal Fossa and Fascia
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  138. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Insertion of the Temporalis muscle?
    A. First Rib
    B. Angle and ramus of mandible
    C. Second Rib
    D. Coronoid process of mandible
    D. Coronoid process of mandible
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  139. Head|Neck|Face
    To access the insertion of the Temporalis, you must ask your partner to perform what action?
    A. Close Mouth
    B. Raise Eyebrows
    C. Squint Eyes
    D. Open Mouth Wide
    D. Open Mouth Wide
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  140. Head|Neck|Face
    Which movement of the mandible would lengthen the fibers of the Temporalis muscle?
    A. Elevation
    B. Protraction
    C. Depression
    D. Retraction
    D. Retraction
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  141. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Platysma?
    A. Base of mandible, skin of lower part of face
    B. Angle and ramus of mandible
    C. Fascia covering superior part of pectoralis major
    D. Coronoid process of mandible
    A. Base of mandible, skin of lower part of face
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  142. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the action of the Medial Pterygoid?
    A. Retract the mandible
    B. Protract the mandible
    C. Elevate the mandible
    D. Deviate the mandible
    C. Elevate the mandible
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  143. Head|Neck|Face
    What is the Action of the Frontalis muscle?
    A. Smiling
    B. Squint Eyes
    C. Flare Nostrils
    D. Raise Eyebrows
    D. Raise Eyebrows
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  144. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Origin of the Omohyoid?
    A. Top of manibrium
    B. Mastoid Process
    C. Superior border of Scapula
    D. Underside of Mandible
    C. Superior border of Scapula
  145. Head/Neck/Face
    What is the Insertion of the Omohyoid?
    A. Mastoid Process
    B. Hyoid Bone
    C. Inferior Border of Mandible
    D. Thyroid Cartilage
    B. Hyoid Bone
  146. Head/Neck/Face
    What muscles form a wall of muscle along the underside of the jaw?
    A. Suprahyoids (geniohyoid, mylohyoid and stylohyoid)
    B. Digastric and Messeter
    C. Infrahyoids (sternohyoid, sternothyroid and thyrohyoid)
    D. Platysma and Occipitofrontalis
    A. Suprahyoids (geniohyoid, mylohyoid and stylohyoid)
  147. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the sole muscle of the lateral thigh?
    A. Vastus Medialis
    B. Vastus Intermedius
    C. Vastus Lateralis
    D. Vastus Femoris
    C. Vastus Lateralis
  148. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the common attachment side for all the muscles of the Quadriceps Femoris Group?
    A. Ischial Tuberosity
    B. Head of the Fibula
    C. Tibial Tuberosity
    D. Head of the Tibia
    C. Tibial Tuberosity
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  149. Pelvis|Thigh
    Which muscle can be located between the ischial tuberosity and the adductor tubercle?
    A. Pectineus
    B. Adductor Magnus
    C. Adductor Longus
    D. Adductor Brevis
    B. Adductor Magnus
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  150. Pelvis|Thigh
    Which of the Quadriceps muscles is located on the anterior thigh and is the only Quadricep two cross two joints?
    A. Rectus Femoris
    B. Vastus Intermedius
    C. Vastus Medialis
    D. Vastus Lateralis
    A. Rectus Femoris
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  151. Pelvis|Thigh
    Which muscle is resposible for the movement of Lateral Rotation of the Flexed Knee?
    A. Sartorius
    B. Vastus Lateralis
    C. Rectus Femoris
    D. Biceps Femoris
    D. Biceps Femoris
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  152. Pelvis|Thigh
    The Semimembranosus of the Hamstrings is deep which muscle?
    A. Vastus Medialis
    B. Biceps Femoris
    C. Semitendinosus
    D. Vastus Lateralis
    C. Semitendinosus
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  153. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Semimembranosus in the Hamstring Group?
    A. Lateral lip of linea aspera
    B. Medial lip of linea aspera
    C. Tibial Tuberosity
    D. Ischial Tuberosity
    D. Ischial Tuberosity
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  154. Pelvis/Thigh
    To follow the path of Rectus Femoris, its helpful to draw an imaginary line between which structures?
    A. From AIIS to the Patella
    B. From ASIS to the Patella
    C. From PSIS to the Patella
    D. From ASIS to the Femur

    A. From AIIS to the Patella
  155. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Rectus Femoris?
    A. Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine (AIIS)
    B. Anterior Superior Iliac Spine (ASIS)
    C. Medial lip of linea aspera
    D. Anterior and lateral shaft of the femur
    A. Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine (AIIS)
  156. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Action of the muscle Rectus Femoris?
    A. Flex the hip
    B. Adduct the hip
    C. Extend the hip
    D. Abduct the hip
    A. Flex the hip
  157. Pelvis/Thigh
    All three Hamstrings share common Origin at the ______.
    A. Superior Ramus of Pubis
    B. Pubic Tubercle
    C. Ischial Tuberosity
    D. Tibial Tuberosity
    C. Ischial Tuberosity
  158. Pelvis|Thigh
    The Hamstrings are located along the posterior thigh between which two muscles of the thigh?
    A. Vastus Medialis and Adductor Magnus
    B. Vastus Intermedius and Adductor Magnus
    C. Vastus Lateralis and Adductor Magnus
    D. Rectus Femoris and Adductor Magnus
    C. Vastus Lateralis and Adductor Magnus
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  159. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Vastus Medialis?
    A. Anterior Inferior Iliac spine (AIIS)
    B. Anterior and lateral shaft of the femur
    C. Medial lip of linea aspera
    D. Lateral lip of linea aspera, gluteal tuberosity
    C. Medial lip of linea aspera
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  160. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Vastus Lateralis?
    A. Medial lip of linea aspera
    B. Lateral lip of linea aspera, gluteal tuberosity
    C. Anterior and lateral shaft of the femur
    D. Anterior Inferior Iliac spine (AIIS)
    B. Lateral lip of linea aspera, gluteal tuberosity
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  161. Pelvis|Thigh
    How many muscles are part of the Adductor Group?
    A. Three
    B. Six
    C. Five
    D. Four
    C. Five
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  162. Pelvis|Thigh
    The Vastus Lateralis of the Quadriceps Femoris group is deep to which muscle?
    A. Iliotibial Tract
    B. Rectus Femoris
    C. Satorius
    D. Plantaris
    A. Iliotibial Tract
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  163. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Adductor Longus?
    A. Superior ramus of pubis
    B. Inferior ramus of pubis
    C. Pubic Tubercle
    D. Ischial Tuberosity
    C. Pubic Tubercle
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  164. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the Antagonist to the Gluteus Medius during Adduction of the Hip?

    A. Adductor Medius
    B. Adductor Magnus
    C. Adductor Pectineus
    D. Gracilis
    B. Adductor Magnus
  165. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Antagonist to the Psoas Major during the movement of Flexion of the Hip?
    A. Gluteus Maximus
    B. Gluteus Minimus
    C. Gluteus Medius
    D. Psoas Minor
    A. Gluteus Maximus
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  166. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Gluteus Maximus?
    A. Greater Trochanter, gluteal surface of the ilium between the iliac crest and gluteal lines
    B. Pectineal line of femur, gluteal tuberosity and iliotibial tract
    C. Gluteal tuberosity and iliotibial tract, posterior and anterior gluteal lines
    D. Coccyx, edge of sacrum, posterior iliac crest, sacrotuberous and sacroiliac ligaments
    D. Coccyx, edge of sacrum, posterior iliac crest, sacrotuberous and sacroiliac ligaments
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  167. Pelvis|Thigh
    Which muscle or muscles are located on the posterior thigh between the Vastus Lateralis and Adductor Magnus muscles?
    A. Adductors
    B. Hamstrings
    C. Quadriceps
    D. Gluteals
    B. Hamstrings
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  168. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the Action of the Lower fibers of the muscle Gluteus Maximus?
    A. Extend the hip
    B. Laterally rotate the hip
    C. Adduct the hip
    D. Abduct the hip
    C. Adduct the hip
  169. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Gluteus Minimus?
    A. Gluteal tuberosity and iliotibial tract, posterior and anterior gluteal lines
    B. Greater Trochanter, gluteal surface of the ilium between the iliac crest and gluteal lines
    C. Gluteal surface of ilium between anterior and inferior gluteal lines
    D. Coccyx, edge of sacrum, posterior iliac crest, sacrotuberous and sacroiliac ligaments
    C. Gluteal surface of ilium between anterior and inferior gluteal lines
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  170. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Origin of the muscle Pectineus?
    A. Ramus of Ischium
    B. Superior ramus of pubis
    C. Interior ramus of pubis
    D. Pubic Tubercle
    B. Superior ramus of pubis
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  171. Pelvis|Thigh
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Pectineus?
    A. Pectineal line and medial lip of linea aspera
    B. Pectineal line of Femur
    C. Greater Trochanter
    D. Anterior border of Greater Trochanter
    B. Pectineal line of Femur
  172. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the Insertion of the Gracilis?
    A. Pectineal line and medial lip of linea aspera
    B. Proximal, medial shaft of tibia at pes anserinus tendon
    C. Greater Trochanter
    D. Anterior border of Greater Trochanter
    B. Proximal, medial shaft of tibia at pes anserinus tendon
  173. Pelvis/Thigh
    What is the Insertion of the Semitendinosus muscle?
    A. Pectineal line and medial lip of linea aspera
    B. Proximal, medial shaft of tibia at pes anserinus tendon
    C. Anterior border of Greater Trochanter
    D. Greater Trochanter
    B. Proximal, medial shaft of tibia at pes anserinus tendon
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  174. Leg/Foot
    Which muscle is known as the "second heart" because of the important role its strong contractions play in returning blood from the leg to the heart?
    A.Peroneus Brevis
    B. Gastrocnemius
    C. Peroneus Longus
    D. Soleus
    D. Soleus
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  175. Leg/foot
    What is the Origin of the Gastronemius muscle?
    A. Proximal, posterior aspect of tibia
    B. Condyles of the femur, posterior surfaces
    C. Soleal line, posterior surfaces of tibia
    D. Lateral condyle of the femur
    B. Condyles of the femur, posterior surfaces
  176. Leg|Foot
    What is the Action of the muscle Gastrocnemius?
    A. Flex the knee, Invert the ankle
    B. Extend the knee, Dorsiflex the ankle
    C. Extend the knee, Evert the ankle
    D. Flex the knee, Plantar flex the ankle
    D. Flex the knee, Plantar flex the ankle
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  177. Leg|Foot
    What is the Antagonist to the Gastrocnemius in the action of Plantar Flexion?
    A. Soleus
    B. Tibialis Anterior
    C. Plantaris
    D. Peroneus Brevis
    A. Soleus
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  178. Leg|Foot
    What movment would Shorten the fibers of the muscle Gastrocnemius?
    A. Plantar Flexion
    B. Eversion
    C. Inversion
    D. Dorsiflexion
    A. Plantar Flexion
  179. Leg/Foot
    What is the Insertion of the Soleus muscle?
    A. Soleal line, posterior surface of tibia and proximal, posterior surface of fibula
    B. Condyles of the femur, posterior surfaces
    C. Calcaneus via calcaneal tendon
    D. Base of the first metatarsal and medial cuneiform
    C. Calcaneus via calcaneal tendon
  180. Leg|Foot
    What is the Origin of the muscle Plantaris?
    A. Proximal, posterior aspect of tibia
    B. Condyles of the femur, posterior surfaces
    C. Soleal line, posterior surfaces of tibia
    D. Lateral condyle of the femur
    D. Lateral condyle of the femur
  181. Leg|Foot
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Plantaris?
    A. Soleal line, posterior surface of tibia and proximal, posterior surface of fibula
    B. Condyles of the femur, posterior surfaces
    C. Calcaneus via calcaneal tendon
    D. Base of the first metatarsal and medial cuneiform
    C. Calcaneus via calcaneal tendon
  182. Leg/Foot
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Peroneus Brevis?
    A. Tuberosity of fifth metatarsal
    B. Distal two-thirds of the lateral fibula
    C. Tuberosity of fourth metatarsal
    D. Lateral epicondyle of the femur
    A. Tuberosity of fifth metatarsal
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  183. Leg|Foot
    What is the Origin of the muscle Peroneus Longus?
    A. Medial cuneiform and base of first metatarsal
    B. Proximal lateral surface of tibia and interosseous membrane
    C. Middle and distal phalanges second through fifth toes
    D. Middle postior surface of tibia
    A. Medial cuneiform and base of first metatarsal
  184. Leg|Foot
    What is the Action of the muscle Peroneus Longus?
    A. Evert Foot and Assist to Plantar Flex the Ankle
    B. Invert Foot and Assist to Dorsiflex the Ankle
    C. Flex Foot and Assist to Rotate the Ankle
    D. Extend Foot and Assist to Laterally Rotate the Ankle
    A. Evert Foot and Assist to Plantar Flex the Ankle
  185. Leg/Foot
    What is the Action of the Tibialis Anterior?
    A. Extend Foot and Laterally Rotate the Ankle
    B. Evert Foot and Plantar Flex the Ankle
    C. Flex Foot and Rotate the Ankle
    D. Invert Foot and Dorsiflex the Ankle
    D. Invert Foot and Dorsiflex the Ankle
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  186. Leg/Foot
    What is the Origin of the Tibialis Anterior?
    A. Middle and distal phalanges second through fifth toes
    B. Medial cuneiform and base of first metatarsal
    C. Middle postior surface of tibia
    D. Proximal lateral surface of tibia and interosseous membrane
    D. Proximal lateral surface of tibia and interosseous membrane
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  187. Leg/Foot
    What is the Insertion of the Extensor Hallucis Longus?

    A. Middle posterior surface of tibia
    B. Medial cuneiform and base of 1st metatarsal
    C. Distal phalange of first toe
    D. Middel and distal phalanges of 2nd-5th toes
    C. Distal phalange of first toe
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  188. Leg/Foot
    What is the Insertion of the Extensor Digitorum Longus?
    A. Distal phalanges of 2nd-5th toes
    B. Distal phalanges of first toe
    C. Navicular, cuboid, and bases of metatarsals
    D. Middle and distal phalanges of 2nd-5th toes
    D. Middle and distal phalanges of 2nd-5th toes
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  189. Leg|Foot
    What is the Insertion of the muscle Abductor Hallucis?
    A. Distal phalanges of first toe and medial cuneiform
    B. Proximal phalange of first toe and medial sesamoid bone
    C. Middle and distal phalanges of 2nd-5th toes
    D. Navicular, cuboid, and bases of metatarsals
    B. Proximal phalange of first toe and medial sesamoid bone
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KINESIOLOGY FINAL
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