Kinesiology Final

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  1. What is the first vertebrae of the spinal column?
    Atlas (C1)
  2. What action will increase the angle of a joint?
    Extension
  3. What action will decrease the angle of a joint?
    Flexion
  4. What type of joint is the knee joint?
    Hinge joint
  5. Hinge joints permit what kind of movement? Examples of hinge joints?
    Flexion & extension

    Knee & elbow
  6. Which rib is not true?
    8
  7. How many phalange bones in one hand?
    14
  8. Which joint has highest degree of mobility?
    Ball & socket
  9. To move beyond anatomical position?
    Hyperextension 
  10. What suture will separate occipital bone from parietal bone?
    Lambdoid suture
  11. Line of posterior side of femur?
    Linea aspera
  12. What suture separates frontal bones from sagital bones?
    Frontal suture
  13. What type of joint is hip joint?
    Ball & socket
  14. On what bone do you find the mastoid process?
    Temporal
  15. What 2 bones make up the knee joint?
    Femur & tibia
  16. At which joint does scapula articulate with the humerus?
    Glenohumeral
  17. How many thoracic vertebrae?
    12
  18. How many cervical vertebrae?
    7
  19. How many lumbar vertebrae?
    5
  20. Term that means 'towards the head'?
    Superior
  21. What term means 'to raise a body part'?
    Elevation
  22. What bone articulates with the pelvis to form the hip joint?
    Femur
  23. Which of these bones is not a tarsal bone: scaphoid, navicular, cuboid, or cuneiform?
    Scaphoid
  24. Name of process on the back side of elbow?
    Olecranon
  25. Which of these is not part of ribcage: ribs, sternum, costal cartilage/bodies of thoracic vertebrae, or clavical?
    Clavical
  26. To move sole of foot towards midline is called?
    Inversion
  27. Acromion process is on what bone?
    Scapula
  28. Which bone is not in foot: phalanges, metacarpals, cuboid, or talus?
    Metacarpals
  29. On what bone do you find the EOP?
    Occipital bone
  30. What does thoracis refer to?
    The thorax
  31. What does capitis refer to?
    Head
  32. What 2 bones articulate with the clavicle?
    Sternum & scapula
  33. Joints of sternum, scapula, and clavicle?
    Sternoclavicular joint & acomium clavicular joint
  34. Movement towards the midline?
    Adduction
  35. To what does the scapula attach to?
    Humerus & clavicle 
  36. Which bone is more lateral in the leg?
    Fibula
  37. What structure is found between the greater and lesser tubercles?
    Bicipital groove
  38. To move anterior surface of a bone towards midline?
    Medial rotation
  39. What movement is moving vertebral border of scapula medial towards the vertebrae?
    Retraction or adduction
  40. What muscle attachment is most movable?
    Insertion
  41. What suture separates parietal bones from each other?
    Sagital
  42. Which is not a carpal bone: scaphoid, sesamoid, capitate, or pisiform?
    Sesamoid
  43. Which abdominal muscle is most superficial?
    Rectus abdominus
  44. Which muscle does neck extension?
    Splenius capitis
  45. What quadrant do you find the liver?
    Upper right
  46. Where are the splenius capitis and splenius cervisis located: anterior or posterior?
    Posterior
  47. Which abdominal muscle is responsible for rotation of the trunk to the same side?
    Internal obliques
  48. Origin of the pectoralis major?
    Sternum and medial clavicle
  49. What is the action of the erector spinae group?
    Extension
  50. Which is not a division of the erector spinae group: iliocostals, semispinalis, spinalis, or longissimus?
    Semispinalis
  51. What muscle originates in supraspinous fossa?
    Supraspinatus
  52. Which does originate on anterior scapula: teres minor, subscapularis, supraspinatus, or infraspinatus?
    Subscapularis
  53. Which does not flex the elbow: biceps brachii, coracobrachialis, brachialis, brachioradialis?
    Coracobrachialis
  54. What does deltoid not perform: flexion, extension, abduction, or elevation?
    Elevation
  55. Which does not medially rotate humerus: LATS, teres major, teres minor, or subscapularis?
    Teres minor
  56. Which elevates scapula?
    Upper traps
  57. What does not attach to coracoid process: coracobrachialis, pect. major, pect. minor, or bicep (short head)?
    Pect. major
  58. Insertion of rotator cuff muscle?
    Greater and lesser tubercles (Subscapularis in lesser)
  59. What 2 muscles perform ulnar deviation?
    Flexor carpi ulnaris and extensor carpi ulnaris
  60. Where do all 3 parts of deltoid insert?
    Deltoid tuberosity
  61. Which is not a rotator cuff?
    Teres major
  62. What is the strongest elbow flexor?
    Biceps brachii
  63. What is the common attachment point for wrist flexors?
    Medial epicondyle
  64. Supraspinatus shares action with another muscle. Name the muscle and the action.
    Middle deltoid and abduction
  65. Which muscle elevates scapula?
    Levator scapula
  66. Weakness in this muscle will cause winged scapula?
    Serratus anterior
  67. What is the 3 headed muscle that extends the humerus and elbow?
    Triceps
  68. What part of the forearm are the wrist flexors located?
    Anterior 
  69. Which is not involved in supination: supinator, biceps brachii, or supraspinatus?
    Supraspinatus
  70. Where does the adductor group insert?
    Linea aspera
  71. What is the most lateral hamstring?
    Biceps femoris long & short head
  72. What is the strongest hip flexor?
    Iliopsoas
  73. What is the most superficial thigh muscle?
    Sartorius
  74. Where do the quads insert?
    Tibial tuberosity
  75. Where do the hamstrings originate?
    Ischial tuberosity
  76. What muscle group extends the knee?
    Quads
  77. What muscle group flexes the knee?
    Hamstrings
  78. What is the most superficial glute muscle?
    Gluteus maximus
  79. What is the most superficial posterior leg muscle?
    Gastrocnemius
  80. What is the most primary inverter of the ankle?
    Tibialis anterior
  81. What is not a plantar flexor: soleus, gastrocnemius, tibialis posterior, semitendonosis?
    Semitendonosis 
  82. What nerve is being compressed in carpal tunnel?
    Median nerve
  83. What muscle will you work to relieve stress on sciatic nerve?
    Piriformis
  84. What is the study of muscle movement?
    Kinesiology
  85. What is the study of muscles?
    Myology
  86. True or False:
    A muscle that crosses a joint will act on that joint.
    True
  87. Which will not extend the humerus: LATS, deltoid, teres major, pect. major, teres minor, or infraspinatus?
    Pect. major
  88. Teres minor has the same action as what muscle?
    Infraspinatus
  89. What are the actions of the "IT" couple?
    Lateral rotation and extension
  90. Origin of the trapz?
    EOP-T12
  91. Origin of middle deltoid?
    Acromion process
  92. Insertion of pect. major?
    Bicipital groove
  93. Insertion of triceps?
    Olecranon process
  94. What action does LATS and posterior deltoid share?
    Extension
  95. Teres major has the same actions as what muscle?
    LATS
  96. Insertion of rhomboids?
    Vertabral border of scapula
  97. What muscle originates on the sternum and clavicle?
    SCM
  98. What muscle originates T12-L5 and primary hip flexor?
    Psoas major
  99. Which originates on medial and lateral epicondyles of the femur and inserts on calcaneus via the achilles tendon?
    Gastrocnemius
  100. Hip flexors are located where: anterior or posterior?
    Anterior
  101. Flexors of the knee are located where: anterior or posterior?
    Posterior
  102. Muscles on anterior side of lower leg perform which action?
    Dorsi flexion
  103. The tibialis anterior and posterior invert or evert?
    Invert
  104. What muscle group originates on lateral epicondyle of humerus?
    Wrist extensors

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