Kinesiology Midterm

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  1. What is the joint that separates the appendicular and
    axial skeleton?
    Sacroiliac Joint (SI joint)

    Sternoclavicular Joint (SC joint)
  2. What is the first vertebra of spinal column?
    Atlas (C1)
  3. Action to decrease angle of joint?
    Flexion
  4. Action to increase angle of joint?
    Extension
  5. How many pairs of ribs? Which are true, false, and floating?
    12 pairs. First 7 pairs are true. 8,9, & 10 are false. 11 & 12 are floating.
  6. What type of joint gives the most mobility?
    Ball & socket
  7. Action moved beyond anatomical position?
    Hyperextension
  8. What suture will separate the occipital and parietal bone?
    Lambdoid suture
  9. What bone do you find the external occipital pertuberance (EOP) on?
    Occipital bone
  10. What suture will separate parietal bones?
    Sagittal suture
  11. Term: towards the head.
    Superior
  12. Term: to raise a body part.
    Elevation
  13. Term: to move palm up.
    Supination
  14. Term: process on the back of the elbow.
    Olecranon
  15. What bone is the olecranon process on?
    Ulna
  16. What bone is the acromion process on?
    Scapula
  17. Term: capitis.
    Head
  18. Term: cervicis.
    Neck
  19. Which action does not take place at the elbow joint?
    ABduction
  20. What two bones articulate with the clavicle?
    Sternum and scapula
  21. What does the scapula attach?
    Clavicle and humerus
  22. What structure is found between the greater and lesser tubercle?
    Bicipital groove
  23. Action: move anterior surface of bone to midline.
    Medial rotation
  24. Action: vertebral border of scapula is moving medial toward vertebrae.
    Retraction
  25. Term: more movable muscle attachment.
    Insertion
  26. Which quadrant is the liver found?
    Upper right
  27. What is the pect. major origin?
    Lateral clavicle and sternum
  28. What muscle originates in supraspinous fossa?
    Supraspinatus
  29. What muscle originates on anterior scapula?
    Subscapularis
  30. What muscle originates in infraspinous fossa?
    Infraspinatus
  31. What is the muscle that elevates the scapula?
    Upper trapezius
  32. What is the common attachment point for wrist extensors?
    Lateral epicondyle
  33. What is the muscle that originates on the thoracolumbar aponeurosis?
    Lats
  34. What is the insertion for the rotator cuff muscles?
    Greater and lesser tubercles
  35. What is the muscle involved in ulnar deviation?
    Extensor carpi ulnaris
  36. Three parts of the deltoid muscle insert where?
    Deltoid tuberosity
  37. Which rotator cuff muscle inserts in the lesser tubercle?
    Subscapularis
  38. What is the strongest elbow flexor?
    Biceps brachii
  39. What muscle makes up the anterior border of axilla?
    Pect. major
  40. What does ABduction of shoulder or arms?
    Supraspinatus does first 15 degrees, the middle deltoid does the rest.
  41. What muscle retracts the scapula?
    Middle trapz
  42. What muscle elevates the scapula?
    The levator scapula
  43. Weakness in _______ muscle causes winged scapula?
    Serratus anterior
  44. What 3 headed muscle extends the humerus and elbow?
    Triceps
  45. What part of the forearm do you find flexors?
    The anterior compartment
  46. Teres Minor has the same action as _______?
    Infraspinatus
  47. What is the origin of the trapz?
    EOP-T12
  48. What is the origin of the middle deltoid?
    Acromion process
  49. Where is the insertion of the pectoral major?
    Bicipital groove
  50. Where is the insertion of the biceps?
    Radial tuberosity
  51. Where is the insertion of the triceps?
    Olecranon process
  52. What is the coracobrachialis action?
    Flexion
  53. What action does post. delt and lats share?
    Extension of the shoulder
  54. The teres major has the same action as _____?
    The LATS
  55. Where in the insertion of the rhomboids?
    Vertebral border of the scapula
  56. Term: prime mover.
    Agonist
  57. What muscle Adducts, medially rotates and extends?
    LATS and teres major
  58. What muscle is antagonist to serratus anterior?
    Rhomboids
  59. True/False:
    Pectoralis major medially roates the humerus?
    True
  60. What does the ABduction of the scapula?
    Serratus anterior
  61. What do the upper and lower fibers of traps do?
    Upward roation of the scapula
  62. What 2 muscles stabilize the scapula?
    Rhomboids and serratus anterior
  63. Term: Actual muscle in contraction
    Agonist
  64. What does flexion of the humerus?
    Coracobrachialis, the pectoral major, and the anterior deltoid
  65. What is the landmark for brachial plexus?
    Anterior and middle scalene
  66. The rotator cuff stabilizes what joint?
    Glenohumeral joint
  67. What is the most superficial shoulder muscle?
    Deltoid
  68. Term: The 4 muscles of the rotator cuff?
    S.I.T.S.
  69. What action helps to lengthen the upper trapz?
    Neck flexion
  70. What action is your right hand on the door knob and turning to the right?
    Supination
  71. What action is spreading your fingers apart?
    ABduction
  72. What muscle elevates and depress the scapula?
    upper and lower trapz
  73. What would concentric contraction of the triceps result in?
    Extension of the elbow
  74. Where is the axillary nerve located?
    Deltoid
  75. What action do the LATS do?
    Extension
  76. What do the anterior neck muscles do?
    Flexion of the neck

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