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  1. Which of the fallowing is the action of periformis?

    A) Lateral flexion of the trunk

    B) Extends the femur laterally

    C)Rotates the femur laterally

    D)Rotates the femur medially
    Rotates the femur laterally
  2. The hamstring muscles and adductor muscle all originate from which bone?

    A) Illium

    B) Pubis

    C) Sacrum

    D) Ishium
    B) Pubis
  3. Quadriceps insert via patella into which bone?

    A) Tibia

    B) Fibula 

    C) Calcaneus

    D) Femur
    A) Tibia
  4. Where is insertion of the semitendonosis? 

    A) Lateral tibial condoyle and lateral head of fibula?

    B) Medial tibial condoyle

    C)Lateral head of femur

    D)Medial head of femur
    B) Medial tibial condoyle
  5. Which quadriceps does not originate from femur?

    A) Vastus lateralis

    B) Vastus intermedius

    C)Vastus medialis

    D) Rectus femoris
    D) Rectus femoris
  6. Insertion of the piriformis is:

    A) Anterior sacrum

    B) Greater trochanter of the femur

    C) Lesser trochanter of the femur

    D)Pubis to Isium
    B) Greater trochanter of the femur
  7. The action of the rectus femoris is:

    A) Extends hip and flexes knee

    B) Extends hip and extends knee

    C) Hip and knee flexion 

    D) flexes hip and extends knee
    D) flexes hip and extends knee
  8. The action of the biceps femoris is:

    A)Extends hip and flexes knee

    B) flexes knee and flexes hip

    C)Extends the hip and extends knee

    D) flexes hip and extends the knee
    A)Extends hip and flexes knee
  9. The origin of rectus femoris is :

    A) Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)

    B)Greater trochanter of femur

    C)Anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS)

    D) Ischial tuberosity
    C)Anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS)
  10. The action of the gluteus maximus on the hip is ?

    A)Flexion and external (lateral ) rotation

    B)Extension and internal(medial) rotation

    C)Extension and external rotation

    D)Flexion and internal rotation
    C)Extension and external rotation
  11. Where is the origin of the tensor fascia lata (TFL)

    A)Pubis and sacrum

    B)Anterior lateral illiac crest

    C) Anterior sacrum

    D)Posterior surface of illium
    B)Anterior lateral illiac crest
  12. If client complained of knee pain with a grinding sensation what might they be suffering from?

    A) Osgood schlatters disease 

    B) Bursitis

    C) Chondromalacia patella 

    D) Anterior compartment syndrome
    C) Chondromalacia patella
  13. Ligament attach with of the fallowing

    A)Bone to bone

    B)Muscle to bone

    C)Tendon to bone

    D)Muscle to muscle
    A)Bone to bone
  14. Where is the origin of the sartorius?

    A) Anterior inferior illiac spine

    B)Anterior superior iliac spine 

    C) Illiac crest and sacrum

    D) Pubis to ishium
    A) Anterior inferior illiac spine
  15. Which injury causes tearing and overstretching of muscle fibres?

    A) Strain

    B) Sprain

    C)Rupture

    D)Dislocation
    D)Dislocation
  16. Where is the origin of the soleus?

    A)Anterior tibial condoyle 

    B) The medial condoyle of the femur 

    C) Via Achilles tendon to calcaneus 

    D) Upper 2/3 of posterior tibia and fibula
    D) Upper 2/3 of posterior tibia and fibula
  17. A client has  pain on the  anterior lower leg while running ,this may indicate?

    A)Calf cramp due to dehydration/overuse

    B)Shin splints

    C)Achilles tendon injury 

    D)Osgood schlatters disease
    B)Shin splints
  18. Which two muscles from the illiopsoas muscles?

    A) Psoas and illiacus 

    B)Gluteus maximus and medius

    C)Adductor longus and brevis

    D)Pectoralis major and minor
    A) Psoas and illiacus
  19. Which of the fallowing tests could be used for chondramalacia patella?

    A) Thomson test 
    B) Teller tilt test
    C) Calcenial squeeze
    D) Clarks sigh
    D) Clarks sigh
  20. Where is the insertion of the psoas major?

    A)Tensor fascia lata

    B)illiotibial band

    C)Greater trochanter of the femur

    D)Lesser trochanter of the femur
    D)Lesser trochanter of the femur
  21. Flexible muscles will result in

    A)Increased level of lactic acid

    B)Increased level of tension in the muscle 

    C)Discreased levels of lactic acid 

    D)Decreased levels of tension in muscles
    D)Decreased levels of tension in muscles
  22.  Which type of friction is used on weak,long muscles?
    A) Parallel frictions

    B)Transverse friction

    C)Circular frictions

    D)N.M.T.
    B)Transverse friction
  23. Which type of friction is used on short tense muscles?

    A)Parallel

    B)transverse frictions

    C)Circular frictions

    D) S.T.R
    A)Parallel
  24.  A scar tissue is composed mainly of which type of fibres:
    A)Callogen
    B)Epidose
    C)Elastin
    D)Muscle
    A)Callogen
  25.  Which of the fallowing is not a symptom of inflammation?
    A)Pain
    B)Bleeding
    C)Heat
    D)Loss of function
    B)Bleeding
  26.  Ice is used in the acute stage of healing in order to :
    A)Inhibits motor nerves
    B)Increases blood flow
    C)Stimulates sensory nerves 
    D)Slow blood flow
    D)Slow blood flow
  27.  Ice has left on skin too long if:

    A)Skin is pale 

    B)Skin is sore

    C)Skin is red

    D)Skin is hot
    A)Skin is pale
  28.  Ice should be applied
    A)Applied around the limb

    B)Applied above the injury

    C)Locally

    D)Applied below the injury
    A)Loccaly
  29.  The main reason for applying ice in the acute stage of injury is:
    A)Increase protective muscle spasm 
    B)Increase scar tissue formation
    C)Decrease motor nerve conductivity
    D) Reduce protective muscle spasm
    D) Reduce protective muscle spasm
  30.  Active movements involve

    A)Client moving the limb

    B)Therapist moving the limb

    C)Client contracts and therapist resist 

    D)Therapist pushes while clients resist
    A)Client moving the limb
  31. Damage to muscle tissue result in

    A)Increased tension around the injury site

    B)Increased nutrition into injury site

    C)Discreased tension around injury site

    D)Decreased lactic acid accumulation
    A)Increased tension around the injury site
  32. The peroneal muscles insert into which bones

    A)The 1st-5th metatarsal bones 

    B)The 3 cuniform

    C)The 1st to 5 phalanges

    D)the navicular and cuboid bones
    A)The 1st-5th metatarsal bones
  33. Eversion is
    A)Moving the side of the foots inwards
    B)Pointing the toes downwards
    C)Moving the side of the foot outwards
    D)pointing the toes upwards
    C)Moving the side of the foot outwards
  34. The action of the tibialis posterior muscle is

    A)Dorsiflex ankle

    B)Plantar flex and invert foot

    C)Evert the foot

    D)Plantar flex and evert foot
    B)Plantar flex and invert foot
  35. Where is the origin of tibialis anterior
    A)Lateral condoyle of the femur

    B)Shaft of femur
    C)Lateral condoyle  of tibia 

    D) Medial condoyle of tibia
    C)Lateral condoyle  of tibia
  36. Where is the origin of the Soleus?

    A)Lateral condoyle of the femur

    B)Medial condoyle of the Femur

    C)the calcaneus via Achilles tendon

    D)Posterior tibia and Fibula
    D)Posterior tibia and Fibula
  37. Where is the origin of the gastrocnemius?

    A)Posterior medial and lateral tibial condoyle

    B)via Achilles tendon to calcaneus

    C)Posterior medial and lateral femoral condoyle 

    D)Anterior surface of tibia
    C)Posterior medial and lateral femoral condoyle
  38. Action of tibialis anterior is
    A)Inverts and plantar flexes foot 
    B)Dorsi flexes and everts foot
    C)Plantar flexes foot and flexes knee
    D)Dorsi flexes and inverts foot
    D)Dorsi flexes and inverts foot
  39. Ligaments of the lateral ankle include:

    A)ATFL,CFL,PTFL
    B)Cruciate ligaments
    C)Deltoid ligament
    D)ATFL,CFL,and Deltoid ligament
    A)ATFL,CFL,PTFL
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40.  Ligaments attach which of the fallowing

    A)Muscle to bone

    B)tendon to bone

    C)Muscle to muscle

    D)Bone to bone
    D)Bone to bone
  41. Flexible muscles will result in 
    A.Decreased levels of lactic acid
    B. Increased levels of lactic acid
    C. Decreased levels of tension in muscles
    D.Increased levels of tension in the muscle
    C. Decreased levels of tension in muscles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. Which type of friction is used on weak,long muscles?
    A. Parallel frictions
    B.Circular frictions
    C. Transverse friction
    D. N.M.T
    C. Transverse friction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. Which type of friction is used on short tense muscles
    A. Parallel
    B.Transverse friction
    C. Circular friction
    D. S.T.R.
    Parallel
  44. A scar tissue is composed mainly of which type of fibres
    • A. Collagen
    • B. Elastin
    • C. Apidose
    • D. Muscle
  45. Which of the following is not a symptom of inflammation
    A. Pain
    B.Bleeding
    C. Heat
    D. Loss of function
    Bleeding
  46. Ice  is used in the acute stage of healing in order to
    A. Inhibits motor nerves
    B.Increases blood flow
    C. Stimulates sensory nerves
    D. Slow blood flow
    Slow Blood flow
  47. Ice has been  left on the skin too long if
    A. Skin is pale
    B. Skin is sore
    C.Skin is red
    D. Skin is hot
    Skin is pale
  48. Ice should be applied
    A. Applied around the limb
    B. Locally
    C. Applied above the injury
    D. Applied below the injury
    Locally
  49. The main reason for applying ice in the acute stage of injury is 
    A. Increase protective muscle spasm
    B. Increase scar tissue formation
    C. Decrease motor nerve conductivity
    D. Reduce protective muscle spasm
    Reduce protective muscle spasm
  50. Active movements involve
    A. Therapist pushes while client resist
    B. Therapist moving the limb
    C. Client contract and therapist resist
    D. Client moving the limb
    D. Client moving the limb
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. Damage of muscle tissue results in 
    A.Increased tension around the injury site
    B.Decreased tension around injury site
    C.Increased nutrition into injury site
    D. Decreased lactic acid accumulation
    Increased tension around the injury site
  52. The peroneal muscles insert into which bones
    A. The 1st to 5 the phalanges
    B. The navicular and cuboid bones
    C. The 3 cuneforms
    D. The 1st and 5th metatarsal bones
    D. The first and 5th metatarsal bones
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. Eversion is 
    A. Pointing the toes downwards
    B. Pointing the toes upwards
    C. Moving the side of the foot inwards
    D. Moving the side of the foot outwards
    D. Moving the side of the foot outwards
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. The action of the  tibialis posterior muscle is
    A. Evert foot
    B.Dorsiflex ankle
    C. Plantar flex and evert foot
    D. Plantar flex and invert foot
    D. Plantar flex and evert foot
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. Where is the origin of the tibialis anterior
    A. Lateral condoyle of femur
    B. Shaft of femur
    C. Lateral condoyle of tibia
    D. Medial condoyle of tibia
    C Lateral condoyle of tibia
  56. Where is the origin of the splenus?
    A. Lateral condoyle of the femur
    B. Posterior tibia and fibula
    C. The calcaneus via Achilles tendon
    D. Medial condoyle of the femur
    B. Posterior tibia and fibula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  57. Where is the origin of the gastrocnemius?
    A.Anterior surface of tibia
    B. Posterior medial and lateral femoral condoyle
    C. Posterior medial and lateral tibia condoyle
    D. Via Achilles tendon to calceneus
    B. Posterior medial and lateral femoral condoyle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. Action of tibialis anterior is
    A. Plantar flexes foot and flexes knee
    B. Dorsi flexes and everts foot
    C. Inverts and plantar flexes foot
    D. Dorsi flexes and inverts foot
    D.Dorsi flexes and inverts foot
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  59. Ligaments of the lateral ankle  include
    A. Deltoid ligament
    B. ATFL,CFL and deltoid ligament
    C.Cruciate ligaments
    D. ATFL,CFL,PTFL
    ATFL,CFL,PTFL
  60. Ligaments attach which of the following
    A. Muscle to bone
    B.Tendon to bone
    C. Muscle to muscle
    D. Bone to bone
    Bone to bone
  61. Where is the insertion of the rhomboids
    A. Medial border of scapula
    B. Lateral border of scapula
    C. Superior angle of scapula
    D. T1 to T4
    A.Medial border of scapula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. Where is the insertion of the Trapezius
    A. Corocoid process of scapula
    B. Axillary border of scapula
    C. The  bicipital groove of humerus
    D. Clavicle acromium and spine of scapula
    D. Clavicle acromium and spine of scapula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  63. Which of the following define protraction of scapula?
    A. Scapula is lowered
    B. Scapula is drawn forward around chest
    C. Scapula is lifted upwards
    D. Scapula is drawn backwards around the chest
    B. Scapula is drawn forward around chest
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  64. Where is the origin of the sternocleidomastoid?
    A. Ribs and vertebral column
    B. First 6 thoracic vertebrae
    C. Upper four cervical vertebrae
    D. Sternum and clavicle
    D. Sternum and clavicle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  65. The head of which bone articulates with the glenoid cavity
    A. Sternum
    B. Corocoid process 
    C. Humerus
    D. Femur
    C. Humerus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  66. Which muscle has anterior ,medial and posterior fibres to give the shoulder its shape?
    A. Deltoid
    B. Rhomboids
    C. Trapezius
    D. Pectoralis major
    A. Deltoid
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  67. Where is the insertion of the trees major?
    A. Bicipital groove of humerus
    B. Lateral border of scapula
    C. Clavicle
    D. Inferior angle of scapula
    A. Bicipital groove of humerus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  68. Where is the origin of the abdominus rectus?
    A. Tendon of linea alba
    B. 5th and 7 cervical vertebrae
    C. Ribs and sternum
    D. Pubis
    D. Pubis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  69. What is the origin of the supraspinatus
    A. Lower dorsal surface of scapula
    B.Lesser tuberosity of humerus
    C. Great tuberosity of humerus
    D. Upper  dorsal surface of scapula
    D.Upper dorsal surface of scapula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  70. What is the origin of Pectoralis major?
    A. Upper lateral shaft of humerus
    B. Clavicle acromium and spine of scapula
    C. Clavicle ,sternum and 1st-6th ribs
    D. Upper 8 or 9 ribs
    C. Clavicle,sternum and 1st-6th ribs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  71. What is the origin of the latisimus dorsi?
    A. Illiac crest
    B. Bicipital groove of humerus
    C. T7 to T12 and illiolumbar ligament to Illiac crest
    D. 12th &transverse process of upper four lumbar vertebrae
    C. T7 to T12 and Illiolumbar ligament to Illiac crest
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  72. What is the action of the scalenes?
    A. Draw down costal muscles
    B. Flex and rotate neck and raises 1st &2 rib
    C. Extends neck and slightly rotate it
    D. Elevate and brace the shoulders
    B. Flex and rotate neck and raises 1st &2nd rib
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  73. Where is the insertion of the serratus anterior?
    A.Anterior surface of medial border of scapula
    B.Clavicle
    C. Bicipital groove of humerus
    D. 1st-5 ththorasic vertebrae
    A. Anterior surface of medial border of scapula
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. From where does the elevator scapula originate
    A.Transverse process of upper 4 cervical vertebrae
    B. Transverse process of upper 4 thoracic vertebrae
    C. Clavicle
    D. Superior angle of scapula
    A. Transverse process of upper 4 cervical vertebrae
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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