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  1. Which of the following is a cord-like protein that helps to waterproof the skin?
    A. Melanin
    B. Carotene
    C. Sebum
    D. Keratin
    D. Keratin
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which receptor is responsible for detecting light touch?
    A. Sudoriferous end organs
    B. Pacinian corpuscles
    C. Meissner's corpuscles
    D. Free nerve endings
    C. Meissner's corpuscles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Which is the receptor responsible for detecting deep pressure?
    A. Meissner's corpuscles
    B. Pressure spindles
    C. Pacinian corpuscles
    D. Krause Bulbs
    C. Pacinian corpuscles
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. What is an endangerment site on the posterior knee?
    A. Femoral Artery
    B. Common Peroneal Nerve
    C. Tibialis Posterior
    D. Median Nerve
    B. Common Peroneal Nerve
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. On which neck muscle do you use extra caution in massaging due to its close proximity to the carotid artery?
    A. Splenis Capitus
    B. Suboccipitals
    C. Levator Scapulae
    D. Sternocleidomastoid
    D. Sternocleidomastoid
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Which muscle is located directly interior to the scapular spine?
    A. Supraspinatus
    B. Subscapularis
    C. Teres Minor
    D. Infraspinatus
    D. Infraspinatus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. In an injury to the acromioclavicular joint, which end of the clavicle is involved?
    A. Proximal
    B. Medial
    C. Lateral
    D. Distal
    C. Lateral
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. If a client is experiencing pain in the inguinal region, which joint is most likely affected?
    A. Elbow
    B. Hip
    C. Ankle
    D. Knee
    B. Hip
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Which muscle group resists knee flexion?
    A. Hamstrings
    B. Quadriceps
    C. Adductors
    D. Rotators
    B. Quadriceps
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. The kidneys lie in a retroperitoneal postion. What does that mean?
    A. In front of the abdominal peritoneum
    B. Behind the abdominal peritoneum
    C. Top of the abdominal peritoneum
    D. Beside the abdominal peritoneum
    B. Behind the abdominal peritoneum
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. During exhalation, the diaphragm does what?
    A. Ascends
    B. Contracts
    C. Descends
    D. Remains motionless
    A. Ascends
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. What is an instantaneous, involuntary response to a stimulus, either inside or outside the body?
    A. Subthreshold Response
    B. Action Potential
    C. Motor Unit
    D. Reflex
    D. Reflex
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Which lower leg muscle is responsible for dorsiflexion?
    A. Peroneus Longus
    B. Gastrocnemius
    C. Tibialis Anterior
    D. Popliteus
    C. Tibialis Anterior
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. For a skeletal muscle to contract, what must happen first?
    A. The agonist must relax
    B. A muscle must stimulate a nerve
    C. A bone must move
    D. Nerve must stimulate a nerve
    D. Nerve must stimulate a nerve
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. Of the following conditons, which one is NOT contagious?
    A. Psoriasis
    B. Impetigo
    C. Warts
    D. Ringworm
    A. Psoriasis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. One of the most lethal types of Skin Cancer is
    A. Basal Cell Carcinoma
    B. Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    C. Carcinoma in situ
    D. Malignant Melanoma
    D. Malignant Melanoma
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. A Hinge joint is capable of making which of the following movements?
    A. Flexion & Extension
    B. Pronation & Supination
    C. Adduction & Abduction
    D. Inward & Outward Rotation
    A. Flexion & Extension
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. Which joint moves in only one plane?
    A. Ball & Socket
    B. Pivot
    C. Ellipsoid
    D. Saddle
    B. Pivot
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. What position shortens the muscles of the anterior neck?
    A. Flexion
    B. Hyperextension
    C. Extension
    D. Rotation
    A. Flexion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. Muscles that can entrap the brachial nerve plexus are the:
    A. Pectoralis Minor & Serratus Anterior
    B. Pectoralis Major & Subscapularis
    C. Scalene & Pectoralis Minor
    D. Scalene & Pectoralis Major
    C. Scalene & Pectoralis Minor
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Which receptor measures the amount of tension produced at the musculotendinous junction and inhibits contraction.
    A. Baroreceptors
    B. Nociceptors
    C. Muscle Spindles
    D. Golgi Tendon Organs
    D. Golgi Tendon Organs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Which of the following is NOT a member of the Hamstrings?
    A. Rectus Femoris
    B. Biceps Femoris
    C. Semitendinosus
    D. Semimembranosus
    A. Rectus Femoris
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Which muscle extends the elbow?
    A. Brachioradialis
    B. Triceps Brachii
    C. Coracobrachialis
    D. Biceps Brachii
    B. Triceps Brachii
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Which hamstring muscle attaches to the Fibula?
    A. Biceps Femoris
    B. Semimembranous
    C. Semitendinosus
    D. Rectus Femoris
    A. Biceps Femoris
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Which system's primary function is to support the nervous system in its regulation of bodily functions?
    A. Lymphatic/Immune
    B. Excretory
    C. Digestive
    D. Endocrine
    D. Endocrine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Pyloric sphincter allows transport of what substance?
    A. Feces
    B. Bile
    C. Lymph
    D. Chyme
    D. Chyme
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. A client rotating his head is an example of which of the following?
    A. Passive Range of Motion
    B. Active Resisted Range of Motion
    C. Active Assisted Range of Motion
    D. Active Range of Motion
    D. Active Range of Motion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. Which muscles are most likely involved in TMJ disorder?
    A. Temporalis, Buccinator, Masseter
    B. Pterygoid, Zygomaticus, Temporalis
    C. Scalene, Temporalis, Pterygoid
    D. Masseter, Pterygoid, Temporalis
    D. Masseter, Pterygoid, Temporalis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Which are the cardinal signs of Inflammation?
    A. Pain, Swelling, Redness, Heat
    B. Cyanosis, Pallor, Pain, Swelling
    C. Ischemia, Heat, Redness, Pain
    D. Ischemia, Swelling, Heat, Pain
    A. Pain, Swelling, Redness, Heat
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. What heart chamber pumps blood to the lungs?
    A. Right Atrium
    B. Left Atrium
    C. Right Ventricle
    D. Left Ventricle
    C. Right Ventricle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. When massaging the Sartorius and Adductor Longus, the therapist needs to be careful of what structure?
    A. Radial Artery
    B. Common Peroneal Nerve
    C. Left Ventricle
    D. Femoral Artery
    D. Femoral Artery
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. What massage considerations are best utilized for a terminally ill client?
    A. Longer treatments less frequently
    B. Shorter treatments less frequently
    C. Shorter treatments more frequently
    D. Longer treatments more frequently
    C. Shorter treatments more frequently
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. When you have a lateral sprain of the foot, what position was the foot in when injured?
    A. Inversion
    B. Eversion
    C. Plantar Flexion
    D. Dorsiflexion
    B. Eversion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. What is the universal sign of an obstructed airway?
    A. Waving arms overhead
    B. Hands over the chest
    C. Hands over the throat
    D. Coughing
    C. Hands over the throat
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. Which muscle Inserts on the Olecranon process?
    A. Triceps Brachii
    B. Biceps Brachii
    C. Coracobrachialis
    D. Brachioradialis
    A. Triceps Brachii
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. What is an appropriate response if a client has an emotional release during treatment?
    A. Find out why the client is crying, counsel client out the issue.
    B. Stop massaging, remain in the room, be supportive, obtain permission to continue.
    C. Continue with the massage, ignoring the emotional release
    D. Leave the room, tell the client to let you know when s/he is finished
    B. Stop massaging, remain in the room, be supportive, obtain permission to continue.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. Circular effleurage applied on the abdomen in clockwise movments is helpful in what conditon?
    A. Hiatal Hernia
    B. Constipation
    C. Urinary Incontinence
    D. Ulcerative Colitis
    B. Constipation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. What is an example of a saddle joint?
    A. Carpometacarpal of the Thumb
    B. Metacarpophalangeal Joint
    C. Talocrural Joint
    D. Proximal Radioulnar Joint
    A. Carpometacarpal of the Thumb
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. A client approaches you at a social function and asks about one of your client's progress with treatments. This conflicts directly with which code of ethics principle?
    A. Networking
    B. Disclosure
    C. Dual Relationships
    D. Confidentiality
    D. Confidentiality
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. During a technique requiring direct sustained pressure, the client complains of pain. What is the best approach?
    A. Explain to the client why the amount of pressure is needed and continue
    B. Lighten pressure, ask client to qualify the pain level, work within his or her tolerance
    C. Continue with massage, going deeper during client exhalation
    D. Apply ice next to painful areas, employing distraction techniques
    B. Lighten pressure, ask client to qualify the pain level, work within his or her tolerance
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. Why should you avoid scented massage lubricants?
    A. They are cost prohibitive
    B. They often stain linens
    C. It may interfere with releasing energy blocks
    D. Clients may have allergies or scent sensitivities
    D. Clients may have allergies or scent sensitivities
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. Which should a therapist avoid when choosing a massage lubricant?
    A. Hypoallergenic lubcricants
    B. Nut-based lubricants
    C. Mineral oil-based lubricants
    D. Vegetable-based lubricants
    C. Mineral oil-based lubricants
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. If a client has pain in the acromial region, which joint is most likely invovled?
    A. Elbow
    B. Shoulder
    C. Hip
    D. Knee
    B. Shoulder
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. Movment toward the midline is known as which of the following?
    A. Abduction
    B. Adduction
    C. Lateral
    D. Medial
    B. Adduction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. What affect does heat have on the body's Fascia?
    A. Increases Conductivity
    B. Lengthens and Repairs
    C. Shortens and Thickens
    D. Softens and Distends
    D. Softens and Distends
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. If you come across an unconscious adult, what should you do first?
    A. Try to locate a pulse in the person's throat
    B. Try to rouse the person to consciousness
    C. Clear the person's airway by tilting the head back
    D. Call Emergency services immediately
    B. Try to rouse the person to consciousness
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. What percentage of income from bartered services is reportable to the Internal Revenue Services?
    A. None is reportable
    B. 90%
    C. 100%
    D. 50%
    C. 100%
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. APIE and SOAP are examples of what?
    A. Massage organizations
    B. Advanced certifications
    C. Bookkeeping methods
    D. Client record keeping
    D. Client record keeping
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. Which muscles are parts of the rotator cuff?
    A. Infraspinatus, Subscapularis, Teres Major, Subclavius
    B. Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Pectoralis Minor, Subscapularis
    C. Subclavius, Infraspinatus, Teres Major, Supraspinatus
    D. Teres Minor, Subscapularis, Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus
    D. Teres Minor, Subscapularis, Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. A therapist circumducting a client's shoulder is an example of which of the following?
    A. Active Assisted range of motion
    B. Active Resisted range of motion
    C. Passive range of motion
    D. Active range of motion
    C. Passive range of motion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. A muscle is inhibited by contraction of its antagonist; this is an example of which of the following?
    A. Passive range of motion
    B. Active Assisted range of motion
    C. Law of Facilitation
    D. Active Resisted range of motion
    A. Passive range of motion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  52. What is the Antagonist to the Pectoralis Major?
    A. Serratus Anterior
    B. Latissimus Dorsi
    C. Coracobrachialis
    D. Rhomboids
    B. Latissimus Dorsi
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. What is the Antagonist to the Rhomboids?
    A. Pectoralis Minor
    B. Levator Scapulae
    C. Serratus Anterior
    D. Infraspinatus
    C. Serratus Anterior
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. What is the Synergist to the Biceps Femoris?
    A. Tibialis Anterior
    B. Gastrocnemius
    C. Rectus Femoris
    D. Peroneus Longus
    D. Peroneus Longus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. When calling Emergency Medical Service (EMS-911), always give them what two items of information?
    A. Your name and your location
    B. Your name and your credentials
    C. Time and place of the accident
    D. Location and condition of the victim
    D. Location and condition of the victim
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  56. If a client to fill out the intake form, what action should be taken?
    A. Fill out the intake form after the session
    B. Refuse to treat
    C. Do the intake objectively
    D. Request that the intake is done verbally
    D. Request that the intake is done verbally
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  57. To reduce physical strain when performing massage, the therapist should keep his or her knees slightly-
    A. Locked
    B. Hyperextended
    C. Rigid
    D. Flexed
    D. Flexed
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. A client's records can be released under these circumstances, EXCEPT by:
    A. Request made by parent or guardian (If the client is a minor)
    B. Signed medical release form by client's spouse or family member
    C. Signed medical release form by client
    D. Court order (Subpeona)
    B. Signed medical release form by client's spouse or family member
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  59. During the intake, if your client states he or she is constipated, what is an appropriate treatment modification?
    A. Petrissage the abdomen
    B. Clockwise effleurage of the abdomen
    C. Avoid the abdomen
    D. Counterclockwise effleurage of the abdomen
    B. Clockwise effleurage of the abdomen
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  60. Crepitus can be detected by what means?
    A. Palpation
    B. Range of Motion
    C. Listening
    D. Observation
    C. Listening

    Crepitus-is a medical term to describe the grating, crackling or popping sounds and sensations experienced under the skin and joints.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  61. If you suspect that a client is intoxicated, what are appropriate treatment modifications?
    A. Ask the client to drink 16oz of water beforehand
    B. Use lighter pressure than you ordinarily would
    C. Work on known trigger points only
    D. Refuse to treat
    B. Use lighter pressure than you ordinarily would
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. Which of the following is lymph derived?
    A. Blood Plasma
    B. Cerebrospinal Fluid
    C. Interstitial Fluid
    D. Serous Fluid
    C. Interstitial Fluid
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  63. The functions of the nasal cavity include all of the following EXCEPT?
    A. Air Conduction
    B. Air filtering
    C. Air Warming
    D. Air Diffusion
    D. Air Diffusion
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  64. Which structure lies between the stomach and the small instestines?
    A. Esophageal sphincter
    B. Pyloric sphincter
    C. Gastric sphincter
    D. Ileocecal sphincter
    B. Pyloric sphincter
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  65. What muscle is synergist to the Iliopsoas?
    A. Piriformis
    B. Tensor Fascia Latae
    C. Rectus Femoris
    D. Gluteus Maximus
    C. Rectus Femoris
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  66. When working the Insertion of Psoas Major, on what structure should the therapist avoid applying direct pressure?
    A. Floating Ribs
    B. Peroneal Artery
    C. Femoral Artery
    D. Vagus Nerve
    C. Femoral Artery
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  67. Body balance and voluntary muscle movement are controlled by which part of the brain?
    A. Cerebellum
    B. Medulla Oblongata
    C. Cerebrum
    D. Midbrain
    A. Cerebellum
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  68. Which muscle spans two joints?
    A. Popliteus
    B. Gastrocnemius
    C. Soleus
    D. Piriformis
    B. Gastrocnemius
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  69. Contraction of which muscle causes your knee to bend?
    A. Biceps Brachii
    B. Rectus Femoris
    C. Pectineus
    D. Biceps Femoris
    D. Biceps Femoris
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  70. You notice that a client has skin pallor. What does that mean?
    A. Lack of Color
    B. Redness
    C. Bluish tint
    D. Localized tenderness
    A. Lack of Color
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  71. Contraction of which muscle causes your toes to point downward?
    A. Tibialis Anterior
    B. Extensor Digitorum Longus
    C. Flexor Digitorum Longus
    D. Soleus
    D. Soleus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  72. Which muscle spans only one joint?
    A. Triceps Brachii
    B. Pectoralis Major
    C. Biceps Brachii
    D. Coracobrachialis
    D. Coracobrachialis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  73. Skeletal muscle movement occurs with which type of contraction?
    A. Isometric
    B. Rhythmic
    C. Tonic
    D. Isotonic
    D. Isotonic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. What are the attachments of the Socratuberous Ligament?
    A. Sciatic notch to the lesser trochanter
    B. Ischial spine of the Sacrum
    C. Sacrum to the Ischial Tuberosity
    D. Ischial Spine to the greater trochanter
    C. Sacrum to the Ischial Tuberosity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  75. Contraction of which muscle causes you to straighten your arm?
    A. Biceps Brachii
    B. Triceps Brachii
    C. Coracobrachialis
    D. Brachialis
    B. Triceps Brachii
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  76. Hypoxia refers to:
    A. Dehydration
    B. Lack of Oxygen
    C. Swelling
    D. Inflammation
    B. Lack of Oxygen
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  77. While examining a client and recording intake notes, which would be considered objective data?
    A. Client reports low back pain
    B. Pain at end of rotation of cervical vertebra
    C. Ouch, that feels like a "10"!
    D. Elevated high right shoulder
    D. Elevated high right shoulder
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  78. What syndrome is characterized by cycles of vasospasm in blood vessels, typically in the most distal points of the body such as the fingers and toes?
    A. Raynaud's Syndrome
    B. Nephrotic Syndrome
    C. Postpoliomyelitis
    D. Guillain-Barre' Syndrome
    A. Raynaud's Syndrome
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  79. What is a synonym for vascular headaches?
    A. Contraction Headaches
    B. Migraine Headaches
    C. Cluster Headaches
    D. Sinus Headaches
    B. Migraine Headaches
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  80. Which of the following conditions is frequently caused by constriction of coronary arteries and lack of oxygen to the heart muscle and is ofter felt as chest pain?
    A. Angina Pectoris
    B. Arrhythmia
    C. Heart Murmur
    D. Tachycardia
    A. Angina Pectoris
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  81. Which of the following is a weakness in the wall of a blood vessel?
    A. Peripheral Vascular Disease
    B. Aneurysm
    C. Phlebitis
    D. Vasospasm
    B. Aneurysm
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  82. What is the synonym for a heart attack?
    A. Myocardial Infraction
    B. Hyperternsion
    C. Arteriosclerosis
    D. Angina Pectoris
    A. Myocardial Infraction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  83. Which of the following describes dilated veins, causing their valves to become incompetent?
    A. Varicose Veins
    B. Thromboangiitis Obliterans
    C. Hemangioma
    D. Anemia
    A. Varicose Veins
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  84. Which is an autoimmune, inflammatory disease of the body's connective tissues?
    A. Transient Ischemic Attack
    B. Urticaria
    C. Lupus
    D. Icterus
    C. Lupus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  85. Which type of headache is caused by dilation of extracranial blood vessels?
    A. Sinus headaches
    B. Migraine headaches
    C. Menstrual headaches
    D. Contraction headaches
    B. Migraine headaches
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  86. What is inflammation of the veins called?
    A. Phlebitis
    B. Lymphangitis
    C. Telangiectasia
    D. Myocarditis
    A. Phlebitis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  87. What type of dermatitis is an allergic reaction of the skin that comes into contact with various substances, producing an inflammatory response?
    A. Topical Dermatitis
    B. Seborrheic Dermatitis
    C. Atopic Dermatitis
    D. Contact Dermatitis
    D. Contact Dermatitis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  88. Which of the following is a contagious superficial foot fungus characterized by skin discoloration and a ridge of red tissue?
    A. Dorsalis Fungi
    B. Plantar Tinea
    C. Plantar Ringworm
    D. Athlete's foot
    D. Athlete's foot
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  89. Which of the following describes diseases that have an abrupt onset of severe symptoms and run a brief course (less than six months) and either is resolved or brings death?
    A. Chronic
    B. Acute
    C. Local
    D. Systemic
    B. Acute
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  90. Which of the following describes diseases that develop slowly and last longer than 6 months to a lifetime?
    A. Local
    B. Chronic
    C. Acute
    D. Systemic
    B. Chronic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  91. Which of the following refers to information that can be gained from the client?
    A. Objective Data
    B. Empirical Data
    C. Subjective Data
    D. Pertinent Data
    C. Subjective Data
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  92. What is the client's authorization for professional services based on information provided by the massage therapist?
    A. Treatment Record
    B. Client Intake Form
    C. Referral Consent
    D. Informed Consent
    D. Informed Consent
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  93. Which of the following refers to data that is measurable and quantitative?
    A. Intake Data
    B. Subjective Data
    C. Empricial Data
    D. Objective Data
    D. Objective Data
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  94. What is the best way to evaluate Turgor?
    A. Pinching the skin
    B. Releasing applied pressure on abdomen
    C. Observing client's breathing patterns
    D. Client intake form
    A. Pinching the skin
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  95. If the skin leaves pits after pressure application, what does it suggest?
    A. Edema
    B. Active trigger points
    C. Dehydration
    D. Low platelet count
    A. Edema
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  96. A therapist is testing for Turgor; the client's skin leaves an elevation or tent after it is pinched, what does this suggest?
    A. Edema
    B. Active Trigger points
    C. Low Platelet counts
    D. Dehydration
    D. Dehydration
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  97. What are trigger points?
    A. Areas of numbness
    B. Hypersensitive points in a muscle
    C. Where two nerves connect to transmit information
    D. Where nerves terminate on muscles
    B. Hypersensitive points in a muscle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  98. What is the best way to test for rebound tenderness?
    A. Releasing applied pressure on abdomen
    B. Pinching the skin
    C. Observing client's breathing patterns
    D. Client intake form
    A. Releasing applied pressure on abdomen
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  99. What is the term used to describe sensations felt at the end of passive range of motion?
    A. Fulling
    B. Endfeel
    C. Isometric
    D. Crepitus
    B. Endfeel
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  100. Conditions in which massage can be administered while avoiding an infected area or area in question are
    A. Confined Contraindications
    B. Local Contraindications
    C. Restricted Contraindications
    D. Absolute Contraindications
    B. Local Contraindications
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  101. Areas of the body containing superficial delicate anatomnical structures that are unprotected and prone to injury; meriting caution during treatment.
    A. Endangerment Sites
    B. Synaptic End Bulbs
    C. Muscle Spasms
    D. Trigger Points
    A. Endangerment Sites
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  102. Malpractice insurance is also known as:
    A. Term Life Insurance
    B. Business Activity
    C. Professional Liability
    D. Disability
    C. Professional Liability
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  103. Massage helps to reduce the pain in which kind of headaches?
    A. Menstrual headaches
    B. Muscular tension headaches
    C. Migraine or vascular headaches
    D. Hangover headaches
    B. Muscular tension headaches
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  104. The best thing a massage therapist can do to control the transmission of disease is:
    A. Inoculations
    B. Handwashing
    C. Crepitation
    D. Vitamin supplements
    B. Handwashing
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  105. How long should the therapist wash his or her hands before and after a regular massage?
    A. 2 minutes
    B. 15 seconds
    C. 5 seconds
    D. 1 minute
    B. 15 seconds
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  106. An emotional reaction of the therapist that reflects the therapist's inner needs and conflicts defines:
    A. Intimacy
    B. Countertransference
    C. Integrity
    D. Transference
    B. Countertransference
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  107. Why should a massage therapist refuse to date his or her clients?
    A. It blurs client/therapist boundaries
    B. It violates the therapist's scope of practice
    C. It is illegal in most states
    D. It violates the therapist's Ling Oath
    A. It blurs client/therapist boundaries´╗┐
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  108. If the therapist comes into contact with body fluids or fluids of unknown origin, what is the recommended time length for the handwashing procedure?
    A. 30 seconds
    B. 2 minutes
    C. 15 seconds
    D. 1 minute
    B. 2 minutes
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  109. What general body area should be avoided if the client has had surgery as a cancer treatment?
    A. Legs
    B. Scalp
    C. Arms
    D. Neck
    A. Legs
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  110. What treatment modifications should the therapist use if a cancer patient, who has been cleared for massage, has received chemotheray within 24 hours of his or her scheduled appointment?
    A. Avoid vibration
    B. Massage with gloves
    C. Massage is contraindicated
    D. Avoid sustained pressure
    B. Massage with gloves
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  111. Common moles have all the following characteristics EXCEPT;
    A. Are asymmetrical in shape
    B. Are smooth to the touch
    C. Evenly shaded brown color
    D. Even borders
    A. Are asymmetrical in shape
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  112. If a cancer patient, who is recieving chemotherapy and has received clearance for massage therapy, is experiencing neuropathy, what is treatment modifications should the therapist employ?
    A. There are no modifications
    B. The area with Neuropathy is locally contraindicated
    C. Avoid deep massage in areas with Neuropathy
    D. Neuropathy is an absolute contraindication
    C. Avoid deep massage in areas with Neuropathy
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  113. If a cancer patient with edema has recieved clearance for massage therapy, treatment modifications inculde all of the following EXCEPT:
    A. Work affected lumb proximally, then distally
    B. Apply local heat on affected limb after treatment
    C. Stroke lightly & rhythmically toward heart on affected limb
    D. Elevating the affected limb
    B. Apply local heat on affected limb after treatment
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  114. In a cancer patient, who is recieving radiation or chemotherapy and has recieved clearance for massage therapy, what treatment modificaitons can the therapist employ if the client is nauseated when he or she arrives for a massage and still wishes to recieve a massage?
    A. Lower the table
    B. Use aromatherapy in the lubricant
    C. Avoid joint mobilizations, stretches, and jostling
    D. Offer Ipecac in a 10-to-1 solution
    C. Avoid joint mobilizations, stretches, and jostling
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  115. If the client indicates that she is taking steroids for a chronic condition, what treatment modifications should be used?
    A. Put on gloves becuase her medications could leave residue on her skin
    B. Avoid aromatherapy because it can antidote her medication
    C. Have her doctor approve the lubricant
    D. Use lighter pressure because she is a candidate for osteoporosis
    D. Use lighter pressure because she is a candidate for osteoporosis
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  116. What two conditions are likely to occur in a client with long-term diabetes?
    A. Peripheral Vascular Disease and Neuropathy
    B. Pericarditis & Varicositities
    C. Cirrhosis & Gout
    D. Osteoporosis & trigeminal neuralgia
    A. Peripheral Vascular Disease and Neuropathy
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  117. According to NCBTMB, how long should the therapist maintain client records after the client discontinues service?
    A. 3 years
    B. 4 years
    C. 7 years
    D. 6 months
    B. 4 years
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  118. What type of insurance protects the therapist if he or she injures a client?
    A. Health
    B. Disability
    C. Liability
    D. Malpractice
    D. Malpractice
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  119. Which of the following represents cell necrosis due to local Ischemia resulting from prolonged pressure, which restricts normal blood supply to the skin?
    A. Furuncles
    B. Stretch Marks
    C. Decubitus Ulcers
    D. Sebaceous Cysts
    C. Decubitus Ulcers
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  120. Which of the following is a contagious fungul disease characterized by itching and scaling, sometimes manifesting themselves as a raised red-ringed patch?
    A. Lice
    B. Impetigo
    C. Ringworm
    D. Rosacea
    C. Ringworm
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  121. This highly contagious viral infection appears as fever blisters or cold sores on the skin and mucous membranes;
    A. Herpes Simplex
    B. Psoriasis
    C. Folliculitis
    D. Impetigo
    A. Herpes Simplex
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  122. What condition is a failure of the lower gastroesophageal sphincter to close normally after food has entered the stomach which, in turn, causing a burning sensation?
    A. Hiatal Hernia
    B. Gastroesophageal reflux disease
    C. Coast Chondritis
    D. Pectoris Angina
    B. Gastroesophageal reflux disease
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  123. Which of the following are protrusions of an organ or part of an organ through its surrounding connective tissue membranes or cavity wall?
    A. Hernias
    B. Diverticula
    C. Ulcers
    D. Aneurysms
    A. Hernias
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  124. What are self-inflicted injuries related to inefficient biomechanics (posture, sporting movements, work habits), causing damage to soft tissues; types include carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracis outlet syndrome and tennis elbow?
    A. Torticollar Injuries
    B. Compartment Syndromes
    C. Contractures
    D. Repetitive Strain Injuries
    D. Repetitive Strain Injuries
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  125. What type of medication depresses sensory information entering the nervous system?
    A. Muscle relaxants & Narcotic Analgesics
    B. Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugss (NSAIDS)
    C. Platelet Inhibitors
    D. Corticosteroids
    A. Muscle relaxants & Narcotic Analgesics
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  126. What is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting muscle and related connective tissues, including the presence of "tender points" or "trigger points"?
    A. Osteitis Deformans
    B. Fibromyalgia
    C. Osteomyelitis
    D. Spondylitis
    B. Fibromyalgia
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  127. Inflammation of a tendon is called what?
    A. Osteitis
    B. Myositis
    C. Fasciitis
    D. Tendinitis
    D. Tendinitis
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  128. Which of the following is a chronic, progressive erosion of the articular cartilage caused by long-standing inflammation, often called "wear and tear" arthritis?
    A. Rheumatoid Arthritis
    B. Lyme Arthritis
    C. Polyrheumatica Arthritis
    D. Osteoarthritis
    D. Osteoarthritis
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  129. Which of the following is a condition involving spasms of the sternocleidomastoid muscles?
    A. Torticollis
    B. Posterior Compartment Syndrome
    C. Tetanus
    D. Anterior Compartment Syndrome
    A. Torticollis
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  130. What is protrusion of the nucleus pulposus from the annulus fibrosus of an intervertebral disk?
    A. Ankylosing Spondylitis
    B. de Quervain's Spondylitis
    C. Itinernat Disc
    D. Herniated Disc
    D. Herniated Disc
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  131. Which is acute or chronic inflammation of the bursae?
    A. Bursitis
    B. Spondylolisthesis
    C. Tendonitis
    D. Synovitis
    A. Bursitis
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  132. Which of the following is a condition characterized by a decrease in bone mass with a subsequent increase in the suspectibility to fractures?
    A. Osteoporosis
    B. Hallux Valgus
    C. Scoliosis
    D. Still's Disease
    A. Osteoporosis
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  133. What is a cyst behind the knee caused by escape of synovial fluid which becomes enclosed in a membranous sac?
    A. Volkmann's Cyst
    B. Baker's Cyst
    C. de Quervain's
    D. Dupuytren's Cyst
    B. Baker's Cyst
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  134. What is an autoimmune disorder in which myelin sheaths in the central nervous system are progressively destroyed?
    A. Multiple Sclerosis
    B. Palsy
    C. Alzheimer's Disease
    D. Myasthenia Gravis
    A. Multiple Sclerosis
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  135. What condition results from soft tissues pressing against nerves? Examples of these soft tissues are muscle, tendon, fascia and ligaments;
    A. Nerve Compression
    B. Nerve Entrapment
    C. Bulging Nerve
    D. Nerve Impingement
    B. Nerve Entrapment
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  136. What is the degeneration of the Peripheral nervous system called?
    A. Insomnia
    B. Vertigo
    C. Neuropathy
    D. Alzheimer's Disease
    C. Neuropathy
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  137. What is paralysis of only the arms and legs?
    A. Hemiplegia
    B. Synplegia
    C. Paraplegia
    D. Quadriplegia
    D. Quadriplegia
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  138. Which paralysis involves only the lower extremities and trunk?
    A. Paraplegia
    B. Heteroplegia
    C. Hemiplegia
    D. Quadriplegia
    A. Paraplegia
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  139. What is a chronic, inflammatory disorder caused by airway sensitivity to various stimuli?
    A. Asthma
    B. Cystic Fibrosis
    C. Apnea
    D. Pneumonia
    A. Asthma
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  140. What is the most common cause of Chronic Bronchitis?
    A. Mineral Deficiency
    B. Alcohol over-consumption
    C. Insufficient mucous production
    D. Cigarette smoking
    D. Cigarette smoking
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  141. What disease results from the gradual destruction of elasticity in the alveolar walls due to long-term exposure to irritants such as cigarette smoke, air pollution or industrial dust?
    A. Pneumonia
    B. Pleurisy
    C. Pulmonary Embolism
    D. Emphysema
    D. Emphysema
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  142. What is a group of pulmonary disorders characterized by persistent or recurring obstruction of air flow?
    A. Sever Acute Respiratory Syndrome
    B. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    C. Lung Membrane Disease
    D. Pulmonary Distress Syndrome
    B. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
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  143. What is the most common infectious cause of death in the United States?
    A. Cystic Fibrosis
    B. Pneumonia
    C. Polio
    D. Tuberculosis
    B. Pneumonia
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  144. A coronal plane through the head;
    A. Could lie in a horizontal plane
    B. Could pass through both ears
    C. Must pass through the mouth
    D. Could pass through both nose and occipital region
    B. Could pass through both ears
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  145. What number cervical vertebrae correspond to the Atlas?
    A. C-3
    B. C-2
    C. C-7
    D. C-1
    D. C-1
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  146. What is the origin of the biceps femoris?
    A. Femoral Condyle
    B. Ischial Tuberosity
    C. Biceps Tuberosity
    D. Fibular Head
    B. Ischial Tuberosity
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  147. Insulin and Glucagon are examples of what?
    A. Pancreatic Hormones
    B. Pituitary Hormones
    C. Adrenal Hormones
    D. Thyroid Hormones
    A. Pancreatic Hormones
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  148. How would you best relax the pectoralis major muscle while the client is in a supine position?
    A. Place a cushion behind the ankles
    B. Place a cushion under the bed
    C. Place a cushion behind the knees
    D. Place a cushion under the arms
    D. Place a cushion under the arms
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  149. If you are standing on tip-toe and have pain in your leg, which muscle is most likely involved?
    A. Quadratus Lumborum
    B. Gastrocnemius
    C. Rectus Femoris
    D. Semiteninosus
    B. Gastrocnemius
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  150. If when palpating a tight muscle, you discover bands of fibrous adhesions, what would be the best technique to relieve the fibrosity?
    A. Cupping Percussion
    B. Kneading
    C. Cross-fiber Friction
    D. Glinding
    C. Cross-fiber Friction
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  151. Spasm in which of the following muscles can lead to irritation of the sciatic nerve?
    A. Piriformis
    B. Obturator Internus
    C. Gemellus Superior
    D. Gluteus Minimus
    A. Piriformis
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  152. Which endangerment site would you need to avoid applying direct pressure when compressing the sternum?
    A. Manubrium
    B. Sternocostal Joints
    C. Sternal Body
    D. Xiphoid Process
    D. Xiphoid Process
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  153. If a client has difficulty actively flexing the forearm and abducting the arm, which muscles are most likely involved in the restriction?
    A. Coracobrachialis and Latissimus Dorsi
    B. Biceps Brachii and Deltoid
    C. Pectoralis Major and Sternocleidomastoid
    D. Supraspinatus and Deltoid
    B. Biceps Brachii and Deltoid
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  154. Which of the following best represents medial rotation?
    A. Turning the head to the side
    B. Turning the humerus in
    C. Bending the knee
    D. Turning the leg out
    B. Turning the humerus in
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  155. In what abdomniopelvic quadrant are the liver and gall bladder located?
    A. Lower Right
    B. Lower Left
    C. Upper Left
    D. Upper Right
    D. Upper Right
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  156. Which of the following is an example of Concentric contraction of the Triceps Brachii?
    A. Elbow Flexion
    B. Elbow Extension
    C. Shoulder Abduction
    D. Shoulder Flexion
    B. Elbow Extension
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  157. Which of the following muscles are most likely involved in a Rotator Cuff Injury?
    A. Supraspinatus
    B. Pectoralis Minor
    C. Teres Major
    D. Levator Scapulae
    A. Supraspinatus
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  158. The term Pes Anserinus refers to which of the following?
    A. Common insertion of three thigh muscles
    B. Type of muscle contracture
    C. Type of seizure disorder
    D. Nerve involved in Bell's Palsy
    A. Common insertion of three thigh muscles
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  159. Where is the bony landmark for the type of tendonitis found in Tennis Elbow?
    A. Coracoid process of the ulna
    B. Olecranon process
    C. Medial epicondyle of the humerus
    D. Lateral epicondyle of the humerus
    D. Lateral epicondyle of the humerus
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  160. Which muscle would MOST likely be the source of pain and limited range of motion found in frozen shoulder?
    A. Rhomboids
    B. Pectorilis Major
    C. Trapezius
    D. Subscapularis
    D. Subscapularis
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  161. What element is associated with anger?
    A. Fire
    B. Metal
    C. Wood
    D. Water
    C. Wood
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  162. When flexing the elbow, which muscle is concentrically contracting?
    A. Triceps Brachii
    B. Brachialis
    C. Deltoid
    D. Coracobrachialis
    B. Brachialis
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  163. If you gave a massage to a fellow licensed massage therapist, what percentage of the cost of the massage you gave is recorded on your account ledger?
    A. 100% of the difference between the two massage costs
    B. If it's a massage trade, nothing is recorded
    C. 100%
    D. 50%
    C. 100%
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  164. A client who what Lordosis complains of back pain while in the prone position; what modifications would most likely increase his comfort?
    A. Bolster under his ankles
    B. Bolster under his abdomen and pelvis
    C. Bolster under his shoulders and neck
    D. Bolster under his knees
    B. Bolster under his abdomen and pelvis
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  165. At which life stage does circulation of blood and lymph decrese in the lower extremities?
    A. Infancy
    B. Senescence
    C. Childhood
    D. Adolescent
    B. Senescence
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  166. What is the action of the Piriformis on the hip?
    A. Adducts and medially rotates
    B. Abducts and medially rotates
    C. Abducts and laterally rotates
    D. Adducts and laterally rotates
    C. Abducts and laterally rotates
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  167. A tight Iliopsoas can create or exacerbate which condition?
    A. Scoliosis
    B. Kyphosis
    C. Halitosis
    D. Lordosis
    D. Lordosis
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  168. Which of the following is a broad flattened sheet of connective tissue?
    A. Adipose
    B. Aponeurosis
    C. Epithelium
    D. Tendon
    B. Aponeurosis
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  169. In Wester medicine, which is not considered treatment for a malignancy?
    A. Surgery
    B. Physical Therapy
    C. Medication
    D. Radiation
    B. Physical Therapy
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  170. While at a social function, you run into a client and ask him about his progress with treatment. This is an example of which of the following?
    A. Confidentiality
    B. Self Disclosure
    C. Scope of Practice
    D. Dual Relationships
    A. Confidentiality
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  171. While in the prone position, a client who has a dowager's hump complains of discomfort at the base of her neck. Which of the following would provide the most comfort for this region?
    A. Cushion under the sternum
    B. Cushion under a shoulder
    C. Cushion under forehead
    D. Cushion under abdomen
    B. Cushion under a shoulder
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  172. Why is oil not recommended for pre-event sports massage?
    A. Blocks calcium channels in sacromere
    B. Causes an overproduction of ATP
    C. Blocks sweat glands and may cause the body to overheat
    D. Creates a build up of latic acid
    C. Blocks sweat glands and may cause the body to overheat
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  173. What is the primary stucture injured during a sprain?
    A. Scar Tissue
    B. Tendon
    C. Superficial Fascia
    D. Ligament
    D. Ligament
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  174. Percussion is not recommended over which area?
    A. Lower back over Kidneys
    B. Soles of Feet
    C. Quadriceps
    D. Shoulders
    A. Lower back over Kidneys
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  175. Post-event massage should be postponed until the athelete
    A. Has drunk 16 ounces of fluids
    B. Has properly cooled down
    C. Has removed his or her shoes and socks
    D. Can walk a straight line
    B. Has properly cooled down
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  176. Which of the following is activated during the stress response?
    A. Visceral
    B. Somatic
    C. Parasympathetic
    D. Sympathetic
    D. Sympathetic
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  177. What structure lies anterior to the esophagus?
    A. Trachea
    B. Sternum
    C. Pylorus
    D. Thymus
    A. Trachea
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  178. Which organ stores blood cells and destroys old, worn-out RBC's and platelets?
    A. Thyroid
    B. Gallbladder
    C. Spleen
    D. Kidneys
    C. Spleen
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  179. Which of the following best describes increased blood flow?
    A. Ischemia
    B. Hematuria
    C. Hyperemia
    D. Polyemia
    C. Hyperemia
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  180. Which muscle elevates the rib cage during Inspiration?
    A. External Intercostals
    B. Subscapularis
    C. Diaphragm
    D. Internal Intercostals
    A. External Intercostals
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  181. What body system produces heat, creates movement, and maintains posture?
    A. Muscular
    B. Nervous
    C. Circulatory
    D. Integumentary
    A. Muscular
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  182. Which joint connects the appendicular skeleton to the axial skeleton?
    A. Acromioclavicular joint
    B. Sacroiliax joint
    C. Sternoclavicular joint
    D. A and C
    D. A and C
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  183. Where are bursa sacks usually located?
    A. Within a joint capsule
    B. Between a muscle and bone
    C. Between and bone an tendon
    D. Between a muscle and tendon
    C. Between and bone an tendon
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  184. Which of the following joints moves in only one plane?
    A. Hinge
    B. Ellipsoid
    C. Gliding
    D. Saddle
    A. Hinge
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  185. What describes a muscle contraction where the muscle does not lengthen or shorten?
    A. Eccentric
    B. Concentric
    C. Isotonic
    D. Isometric
    D. Isometric
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  186. What is the term used to describe medial rotation of the forearm?
    A. Radial Deviation
    B. Protraction
    C. Pronation
    D. Supination
    D. Supination
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  187. Which movement is associated with opening a jar or dropping the shoulder?
    A. Anterior Tilt
    B. Upward Rotation
    C. Retraction
    D. Depression
    D. Depression
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  188. Which term represents movement of the feet where the soles are facing each other and the person's weight is on the lateral edges?
    A. Supination
    B. Pronation
    C. Inversion
    D. Eversion
    C. Inversion
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  189. Which of the following is an example of an Ellispoid Joint?
    A. Radiocarpal
    B. Talocrural
    C. Patellofemoral
    D. Radioulnar
    A. Radiocarpal
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  190. Name the joint between the skull and the first cervical vertebrae;
    A. Craniomandibular
    B. Atlantoaxial
    C. Atlantooccipital
    D. Intervertebral
    C. Atlantooccipital
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  191. What structure emerges from Intervertebral Foramina?
    A. Blood Vessels
    B. Spinal Cord
    C. Intervertebral Discs
    D. Nerve Roots
    D. Nerve Roots
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  192. Which skull bone makes up the cheek?
    A. Sphenoid
    B. Maxilla
    C. Zygomatic
    D. Temporal
    C. Zygomatic
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  193. Which bones in the hand are positoned distal to the carpals?
    A. Metacarpals
    B. Palantines
    C. Phalanges
    D. Metatarsals
    A. Metacarpals
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  194. Which bone moves during supination and pronation?
    A. Radius
    B. Ulna
    C. Humerus
    D. Clavicle
    A. Radius
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  195. From which bony marking do the flexors of the wrist originate?
    A. Radial Tuberosity
    B. Medial Epicondyle
    C. Lateral Epicondyle
    D. Deltoid Tuberosity
    B. Medial Epicondyle
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  196. Which joint allows supination and pronation of the forearm?
    A. Humeroradial
    B. Humeroulnar
    C. Distal Radioulnar
    D. Proximal Radioulnar
    D. Proximal Radioulnar
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  197. Which of the following is the scientific name for the knee?
    A. Tibiofemoral
    B. Talacrural
    C. Tibiofibular
    D. Iliofemoral
    A. Tibiofemoral
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  198. What is the scientific name for the hip socket?
    A. Olecranon
    B. Flavum
    C. Acetabulum
    D. Glenoid
    C. Acetabulum
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  199. What is the name given for the cartilage inside the knee?
    A. Intrapatellar
    B. Meniscus
    C. Innominate
    D. Cruciate
    B. Meniscus
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  200. The term costal refers to;
    A. The sternum
    B. The great toe
    C. Vertebrae
    D. The ribs
    D. The ribs
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  201. To what part of the sternum do most ribs attach?
    A. Xiphoid Process
    B. Body
    C. Costal
    D. Manubrium
    B. Body
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  202. The two clavicular joints are of which joint type?
    A. Pivot
    B. Gliding
    C. Hinge
    D. Saddle
    B. Gliding
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  203. Which of the following joints is considered to be biaxal?
    A. Acromioclavicular
    B. Glenohumeral
    C. Radiocarpal
    D. Humeroulnar
    C. Radiocarpal
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  204. In traditional Chinese medicine, which meridian terminates on the tip of the middle finger?
    A. Liver
    B. Bladder
    C. Gallbladder
    D. Heart
    C. Gallbladder
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  205. Which of the following occurs when the stomach is unable to manufacture intrinsic factor, a substance needed for absorption of vitamin B12 from the digestive tract?
    A. Hemolytic Anemia
    B. Aplastic Anemia
    C. Pernicious Anemia
    D. Sickle Cell Anemia
    C. Pernicious Anemia
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  206. Which of the following best describes Petrissage?
    A. Rubbing one surface over another; skin over skin or skin over underlying structures
    B. Cycles of rhythmic lifting, squeezing and releasing of tissue, working parallel to the muscles fibers
    C. Rapid shaking, quivering, trembling, or rocking movements
    D. Gliding movments that are repeated and follow the contour of the client's body
    B. Cycles of rhythmic lifting, squeezing and releasing of tissue, working parallel to the muscles fibers
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  207. Which of the following statements is true regarding precautions when massaging a pregnant client?
    A. Place a cushion under her abdomen while she is prone
    B. Avoid petrissage on her right calf
    C. Tilt her body to the left by placing a pillow or cushion under her right flank when supine
    D. Apply only hacking tapotement on her abdomen in the second trimester
    C. Tilt her body to the left by placing a pillow or cushion under her right flank when supine
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  208. Clients who have Osteoporosis should only recieve light massasge. Why?
    A. They are usually elderly
    B. They will also have Neuropathy
    C. They have brittle bones
    D. Their skin will be overly sensitive
    C. They have brittle bones
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  209. Which of the following meridians are NOT paired on the body?
    A. Conception Vessel
    B. Large Intestine
    C. Bladder
    D. Lung
    A. Conception Vessel
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  210. Which of the following best describes friction?
    A. Repetitive staccato striking movements of the hands, moving either simultaneously or alternately
    B. Rapid shaking, quivering, trembling, or rocking movements
    C. Cycles of rhythmic lifting, squeezing, and releasing of tissue, working parralle to the muscle fibers
    D. Rubbing one surface over anotherl; skin over skin over underlying structures
    D. Rubbing one surface over anotherl; skin over skin over underlying structures
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  211. A client complains of being very tired and is running a low-grade fever; How should the therapist proceed?
    A. Reschedule the massage and suggest that she see her physician
    B. Do a light massage, avoiding her head and neck
    C. Get additional information and proceed with the massage
    D. Offer her a few C vitamins and proceed with the massage
    A. Reschedule the massage and suggest that she see her physician
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  212. Bell's Palsy is a type of paralysis of which cranial nerve?
    A. X
    B. I
    C. V
    D. VII
    D. VII
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  213. What is the most common cause of a urinary tract infection?
    A. Bacteria
    B. Direct Trauma
    C. Vitamin Deficiency
    D. Virus
    A. Bacteria
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  214. Which population group is prone to have Osteoporosis?
    A. Postmenopausal women
    B. Nursing mothers
    C. Adolescents
    D. Men over 50 of Asian decent
    A. Postmenopausal women
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  215. Which of the following conditions is indicated for massage?
    A. Abnormal lumps
    B. Acute Inflammation
    C. Fibromyalgia
    D. Fever
    C. Fibromyalgia
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  216. Proper body mechanics are extremely important to pervent injury to the therapist. Which of the following demonstarates good body mechanics?
    A. Body weight always on the right foot
    B. Feet close together and bend at the waist
    C. Knees locked with back straight
    D. Knees flexed while shifting weight between the feet
    D. Knees flexed while shifting weight between the feet
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  217. A client comes into your office and states during the pre-massage interview that he is HIV positive. Which of the following is part of a safe treatment for this client?
    A. Adjust the massage to his vitality and stamina and avoid any open sores
    B. Proceed with the massage, following universal precautions with only these clients
    C. Massage is contraindicated
    D. Obtain medical clearance from his physician before giving him a massage
    A. Adjust the massage to his vitality and stamina and avoid any open sores
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  218. Which of the following best describes Tapotement?
    A. Rapid shaking, quivering, trembling or rocking movements
    B. Repetitive staccato striking movements of the hands, moving either simultaneously or alternately
    C. Cycles of rhythmic lifting, squeezing, and releasing of tissue; working parallel to the muscle fibers
    D. Rubbing one surface over another; skin over skin or skin over underlying structures
    B. Repetitive staccato striking movements of the hands, moving either simultaneously or alternately
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  219. Which of the following best describes the Asian concept of Yin and Yang?
    A. Karmic Balance
    B. The Holy Spirit
    C. Good and Evil
    D. Dynamic Balance
    D. Dynamic Balance
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  220. Blood traveling through the Femoral Artery must first pass through which artery?
    A. Basilic
    B. Internal Iliac
    C. External Iliac
    D. Saphenous
    C. External Iliac
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  221. A therapist who works in a hospital setting and is exposed to body fluids such as blood is more likely than a therapist who works in a spa to contract which disease?
    A. Hepatitis B
    B. Leukermia
    C. Hemophilia
    D. Hepatitis A
    A. Hepatitis B
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  222. Which of the following types of stretching is no longer recommended in sports or clinical settings?
    A. Strain-Counterstrain
    B. Ballistic
    C. Assisted
    D. Static
    B. Ballistic
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  223. Which of the following muscles does NOT flex at the hip?
    A. Gluteus Maximus
    B. Iliopsoas
    C. Sartorius
    D. Rectus Femoris
    A. Gluteus Maximus
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  224. Which of the following best describes Effleurage?
    A. Gliding movements that are repeated and follow the contour of the client's body
    B. Rubbing one surface over another; skin over skin or skin over underlying structures
    C. Rapid shaking, quivering, trembling, or rocking movements
    D. Cycles of rhythmic lifting, squeezing, and releasing of tissue, working parallel to the muscle fibers
    A. Gliding movements that are repeated and follow the contour of the client's body
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  225. You notice a large mole on a client's posterior upper arm, which has changed over his last few visits. What is the best course of action?
    A. Proceed with the massage because moles are not contagious
    B. Strongly urge him to see his physician because this is characteristic of skin cancer
    C. Treat it with tea tree essential oil
    D. Proceed with the massage and avoid the area
    B. Strongly urge him to see his physician because this is characteristic of skin cancer
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  226. Deep massage of which muscle group may relieve sciatic pain?
    A. Adductors
    B. Gluteal muscles
    C. Quadriceps
    D. Hamstrings
    B. Gluteal muscles
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  227. A 1099 tax form is used to notify the federal goverment of what?
    A. Business Property Depreciation
    B. Income of an employee
    C. Capital gains
    D. Income of an independant contractor
    D. Income of an independant contractor
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  228. If a client with Phlebitis comes into your office for a massage, which of the following is part of a safe treatment plan for this client?
    A. Proceed with the massage, working lightly over the affected area
    B. Massage is contraindicated
    C. Proceed with the massage, working deeply over the affected area
    D. Proceed with the massage, and avoid the affected area
    D. Proceed with the massage, and avoid the affected area
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  229. Which of the following is hyper-curvature of the spine in the lumbar region?
    A. Scoliosis
    B. Lordosis
    C. Spindylosis
    D. Kyphosis
    B. Lordosis
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  230. In Swedish massage, massage applied on the extremities should be applied
    A. Centrifugally
    B. Centripetally
    C. Using slow rhythm
    D. In Sequence
    B. Centripetally
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  231. How is a code of ethics best described?
    A. Common business practices
    B. Set of guiding moral principles
    C. Federal rules and regulations
    D. Set of universal truths
    B. Set of guiding moral principles
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  232. An elderly female client with a stooped posture is referred to you for a massage. Which of the following is part of a safe treatment plan for her?
    A. Massage is contraindicated
    B. Proceed with the massage, working vigorisily to promote circulation
    C. Proceed with the massage, working deeply on her back to promote pain relief
    D. Obtain medical clearance from her physician before giving her a light massage
    D. Obtain medical clearance from her physician before giving her a light massage
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  233. In traditional Chinese medicine, which meridian terminates on the little finger?
    A. Small Intestine
    B. Bladder
    C. Liver
    D. Large Intestine
    A. Small Intestine
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  234. A client who reports chronic fatigue comes into your office for a massage. Which of the following is part a treatment plan that supports her needs?
    A. Proceed with the massage, working deeply on her back and neck to promote pain relief
    B. Proceed with the massage, working vigorously to pomote circulation
    C. Proceed with the massage, using even, moderate pressure and a soothing rhythm to promote relaxation
    D. Massage is contraindicated
    C. Proceed with the massage, using even, moderate pressure and a soothing rhythm to promote relaxation
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  235. A client schedules a massage the day after a vehicular accident that caused moderate back pain. Which of the following is part of a safe treatment for this client?
    A. Find out if he has whiplash, then proceed with neuromuscular techniques on his neck
    B. Obtain medical clearance from his physician before giving him a massage
    C. Proceed with the massage, using cross-fiber friction to minimize adhesions and promote proper scar formation
    D. Proceed with the massage, working deeply on his back to promote pain relief
    B. Obtain medical clearance from his physician before giving him a massage
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  236. Which of the following monitor changes in muscle length as well as the rate of this change and respond by reflexive contraction?
    A. Golgi Tendon Organs
    B. Pacinian Spindles
    C. Muscle Spindles
    D. Ruffini Organs
    C. Muscle Spindles
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  237. Which of the following muscles Inverts the foot?
    A. Peroneus Longus
    B. Plantaris
    C. Gastrocnemius
    D. Tibialis Anterior
    D. Tibialis Anterior
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  238. If a client has a condition that is contraindicated, it means that it;
    A. Is recommended for massage
    B. Is impossible or undersirable to treat a particular client in the usual manner
    C. Requires immediate medical attention
    D. Requires over-the-counter or prescription medication
    B. Is impossible or undersirable to treat a particular client in the usual manner
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  239. Proper draping is an important part of massage because it;
    A. Is an important aspect of marketing
    B. Helps the client to stay calm
    C. Helps keep the client warm and promotes professionalism
    D. Helps massage lubricant absorption
    C. Helps keep the client warm and promotes professionalism
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  240. A person who habitually smokes cigarettes is more likely than non-smokers to develop which of the following?
    A. Influenza
    B. Emphysema
    C. Pleurisy
    D. Tuberculosis
    B. Emphysema
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  241. When a person is raised up on his toes, the ankle is in what postion?
    A. Dorsiflexion
    B. Plantar Flexion
    C. Inversion
    D. Eversion
    B. Plantar Flexion
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  242. To what area of the body is tapotement cautiously applied?
    A. Upper Lumbar region
    B. Middle Gluteal region
    C. Upper Calf region
    D. Upper Thoracic region
    A. Upper Lumbar region
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  243. According to traditional Chinese medicine, which meridian ends on the second toe?
    A. Pericardium
    B. Triple warmer
    C. Stomach
    D. Liver
    C. Stomach
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  244. When working on a client who has an injury on one limb confined to a small area, what is the best course of action?
    A. Massage just beneath the injured area
    B. Massage proximal to the injured area
    C. Massage distal to the injured area
    D. Massage over the injured area
    B. Massage proximal to the injured area
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  245. Which of the following violates the Code of Ethics published by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork?
    A. Becoming politically active
    B. Accepting a $10.00 tip
    C. Dating a client
    D. Leasing space from another massage therapist
    C. Dating a client
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  246. If a client who is under the care of a local nephrologist comes into with pitting Edema, what should be part of his current treatment plan?
    A. The edematous area should be wrapped with compressive bandaging
    B. The edematous area should be massaged for 10 minutes to relieve swelling
    C. The edematous area should be elevated for 10 minutes before the massage
    D. The massage needs to be rescheduled until he recieves medical clearance for massage
    D. The massage needs to be rescheduled until he recieves medical clearance for massage
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  247. Which of the following nerves are involved in carpal tunnel syndrome?
    A. Tibial
    B. Median
    C. Ulnar
    D. Radial
    B. Median
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  248. Which of the following is a synonym for high blood pressure?
    A. Arteriolitis
    B. Thrombosis
    C. Arthrosclerosis
    D. Hypertension
    D. Hypertension
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  249. Which of the following is a synonym for Cystitis?
    A. Heart Attack
    B. Bladder Infection
    C. Kidney Stone
    D. Whiplash
    B. Bladder Infection
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  250. Which chakra is associated with the color green?
    A. Sacral
    B. Heart
    C. Throat
    D. Solar Plexus
    B. Heart
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  251. Which massage stroke is best for atrophy due to muscle inactivity because it activates muscle spindles?
    A. Petrissage
    B. Friction
    C. Tapotement
    D. Effleurage
    C. Tapotement
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  252. What range is considered a normal respiration rate for an adult at rest?
    A. 35 to 40 breaths per minute
    B. 15 to 20 breaths per minute
    C. 7 to 12 breaths per minute
    D. 20 to 25 breaths per minute
    B. 15 to 20 breaths per minute
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  253. What system is known for regulating human emotions?
    A. Limbic System
    B. Renin-Angiotension System
    C. Blood-Brain System
    D. Portal System
    A. Limbic System
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  254. Which two muscles are contracted when someone is wearing high-heeled shoes?
    A. Tibialis Anterior and Posterior
    B. Gastrocnemius and Soleus
    C. Plantaris and Supinator
    D. Gastrocnemius and Pectineus
    B. Gastrocnemius and Soleus
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  255. When flexing the knee, what two muscles groups move closer together?
    A. Quadriceps and Adductors
    B. Hamstrings and Calf
    C. Adductors and Hamstrings
    D. Calf and Quadriceps
    B. Hamstrings and Calf
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  256. Which of the following are three joints of the pelvis?
    A. Iliofemoral, Patellofemoral, Tibiofemoral
    B. Sacroiliac, Pubic Symphysis and Iliofemoral
    C. Sacroiliac, Chondrocostal, Tibiofibular
    D. Pubic Symphysis, Iliofemoral, Sacrotuberal
    B. Sacroiliac, Pubic Symphysis and Iliofemoral
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  257. Which of the following skin conditions is characterized by red, flaky skin elevations covered by thick, dry, silvery scales?
    A. Impetigo
    B. Ringworm
    C. Urticaria
    D. Psoriasis
    D. Psoriasis
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  258. Where is the Thyroid Gland located?
    A. In the Sella Turcica
    B. Above the Kidneys
    C. Beneath the Sternum
    D. In the Throat
    D. In the Throat
  259. The primary target of Lymphatic massage is the ____.
    A. Blood
    B. Interstitial Fluid
    C. Synovial Fluid
    D. Serous Fluid
    B. Interstitial Fluid
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  260. What type of endfeel is experienced at the end of passive range of motion when it feels abrupt such as produced by an anatomical stop such as bone?
    A. Resistive
    B. Active
    C. Soft
    D. Hard
    D. Hard
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  261. What are the three fused bones of the pelvic girdle?
    A. Ilium, Ischium, Pubis
    B. Pubis, Ilium, Sacrum
    C. Ilium, Ischium, Sacrum
    D. Ischium, Pubis, Temporal
    A. Ilium, Ischium, Pubis
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  262. What is an appropriate treatment plan for a client whom a physician has diagnosed as terminally ill and has approved for massage?
    A. Assist client on table and use deep pressure on neck and shoulders
    B. Work hands and feet only
    C. More slowly, gently, more frequently and only for shorter periods
    D. Assist client on table and use passive stretching on major joints only
    C. More slowly, gently, more frequently and only for shorter periods
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  263. How does friction help reduce scar tissue?
    A. Reduce random collegen attachment
    B. Reduce blood flow to injured area
    C. Increase muscle spindle activity
    D. Increase blood flow to injured area
    A. Reduce random collegen attachment
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  264. To help increase venous blood return, what direction should massage strokes be directed?
    A. Toward the hand
    B. Toward the head
    C. Toward the heart
    D. Toward the feet
    C. Toward the heart
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  265. What technique is best used for Lymph drainage?
    A. Gliding strokes
    B. Kneading strokes
    C. Nerve strokes
    D. Friction strokes
    A. Gliding strokes
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  266. What is the term that describes enlargement of a blood vessel lumen?
    A. Vasoconstriction
    B. Vasodilation
    C. Amenia
    D. Heart Attack
    B. Vasodilation
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  267. If a client presents an elevated right shoulder, which muscles are most likely involved?
    A. Deltoid, Levator Scapulae
    B. Subscapularis, Coracobrachialis
    C. Levator Scapulae, Trapezius
    D. Infraspinatus, Deltoid
    C. Levator Scapulae, Trapezius
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  268. Which of the following is the best exercise to strengthen the Rectus Abdominis?
    A. Crunches
    B. Push Ups
    C. Lunges
    D. Squats
    A. Crunches
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  269. What is the MOST common cause of Tendonitis?
    A. Aging
    B. Direct Trauma
    C. Overuse
    D. Bacterial Infection
    C. Overuse
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  270. Which group of muscles is responsible for flexion of the Humerus?
    A. Teres Major, Teres Minor, Subscapularis
    B. Coracobrachialis, Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid
    C. Trapezius, Biceps Brachii, Latissimus Dorsi
    D. Levator Scapula, Sternocleidmastoid, Scalene
    B. Coracobrachialis, Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid
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  271. The sciatic nerve runs between which two landmarks?
    A. The Greater Trochanter and Iliac Crest
    B. The Pubic Tubercle and the Ileum
    C. The Greater Trochanter and Ischial Tuberosity
    D. The Rotator Cuff Muscles
    C. The Greater Trochanter and Ischial Tuberosity
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  272. A massage therapist palpates the insertion of the levator scapula at the ____.
    A. Coracoid Process
    B. Superior Angle of the Scapula
    C. Vertebral Border of the Scapula
    D. Acromion Process
    B. Superior Angle of the Scapula
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  273. Massage to the legs with large varicosities is contraindicated because ____.
    A. A clot can dislodge
    B. An artery can Vasodilate
    C. Avein can vasoconstrict
    D. The femur can develop Osteoarthritis
    A. A clot can dislodge
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  274. What are two primary actions of the Biceps Femoris?
    A. Extending the elbow and pronating the hand
    B. Flexing the elbow and supinating the hand
    C. Flexing the knee and extending the hip
    D. Flexing the hip and extending the knee
    C. Flexing the knee and extending the hip
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  275. Where is the Spenoid Bone?
    A. Skull
    B. Pelvis
    C. Hand
    D. Foot
    A. Skull
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  276. When doing abdominal massage while the client is in the supine position
    A. The client's knees should be flexed
    B. A rolled towel should be used under the ankles
    C. Always use tapotement
    D. The client's legs should be flat on the table
    A. The client's knees should be flexed
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  277. Slow healing of ligament injuries is caused by ____.
    A. Active nerve conduction
    B. Poor blood supply
    C. Lack of Ribosomes
    D. The rigidity of tendon sheaths
    B. Poor blood supply
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  278. If a client asks you to review his medications, what is the best thing to do before the massage begins?
    A. Make a list and attach it to his client records
    B. Refer him to his pharmacist
    C. Research the list for possible massage precautions
    D. Refer him to his medical physician
    C. Research the list for possible massage precautions
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  279. Ice is recommended for ____.
    A. Raynaud's Disease
    B. Abrasion on the skin
    C. Inflammation and pain relief
    D. Painless and Stiff Joints
    C. Inflammation and pain relief
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  280. A massage therapist should avoid the area above the pubic symphysis becuase of the ____.
    A. Kidneys
    B. Stomach
    C. Bladder
    D. Abdominal Aorta
    C. Bladder
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  281. According to basic first aid, what should you encourage a choking victim to do?
    A. Vomit
    B. Swallow
    C. Cough
    D. Inhale
    C. Cough
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  282. A form of therapy in which a client's energy is rebalanced, promoting health and healing, is called ____.
    A. Reiki
    B. Reflexology
    C. Neuromuscular Therapy
    D. Lymphatic Massage
    A. Reiki
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  283. The massage therapist needs to wear gloves if ___.
    A. There is no time to wash hands
    B. A client is embarrassed
    C. The therapist has a break in the skin on one or both hands
    D. The therapist's nails are too long
    C. The therapist has a break in the skin on one or both hands
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  284. Cold applied for therapeutic purposes is called _____.
    A. Cryptology
    B. Cryotherapy
    C. Balneology
    D. Thermotherapy
    B. Cryotherapy
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  285. Cross-fiber friction massage must be applied in which direction to the fibers?
    A. At right angles
    B. Perpendicular
    C. Parallel
    D. Longitudinally
    B. Perpendicular
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  286. According to Cryiax. the most rehabilitative massage stroke is _____.
    A. Tapotement
    B. Petrissage
    C. Cross-fiber friction
    D. Effleurage
    C. Cross-fiber friction
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  287. In massaging the Anconeus, the massage therapist is working in the area of the __________.
    A. Shoulder
    B. Hip
    C. Knee
    D. Elbow
    D. Elbow
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  288. For which condition is abdominal massage most beneficial?
    A. Gastroenteritis
    B. Pregnancy
    C. Constipation
    D. Claustrophobia
    C. Constipation
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  289. The Gate Theory is used to explain how massage may assist in _____.
    A. Increasing a client's ability to move a joint
    B. Decreasing a client's pain
    C. Lessening a client's edema
    D. Helping clients get off the table.
    B. Decreasing a client's pain
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  290. What area would you first massage if a client presents with mild edema on his left knee?
    A. On the right knee
    B. On the left knee
    C. One the left foot and ankle
    D. On the left thigh
    C. One the left foot and ankle
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  291. Which of the following is NOT effective in relieving an acute muscle cramp?
    A. Heat on the muscle
    B. Reciprocal inhibition
    C. Ice on the muscle
    D. Tapotement on the muscle belly
    D. Tapotement on the muscle belly
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  292. What massage stroke should be avoided immediately after exercise because this stroke can activate muscle spindles and cause cramping?
    A. Tapotement
    B. Petrissage
    C. Effleurage
    D. Friction
    A. Tapotement
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  293. Ischemia can be defined as _____.
    A. Lack of muscle tone
    B. Pain caused by hypertonicity
    C. Swelling
    D. Lack of blood in an area
    D. Lack of blood in an area
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  294. Blood pressure generally decreases during massage because ______.
    A. Venous flow is impeded
    B. Vasoconstriciton occurs in blood vessels
    C. Vasodilation occurs in blood vessels
    D. The heart pumps less blood
    C. Vasodilation occurs in blood vessels
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  295. A bath with a temperature of 80 degrees to 92 degrees is considered _____.
    A. Cool
    B. Tepid
    C. Hot
    D. Cold
    B. Tepid
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  296. The massage modality based on the idea that stimulation on an area of the foot will release energy blocks is called ______.
    A. Chiropractic
    B. Therapeutic Touch
    C. Rolfing
    D. Reflexology
    D. Reflexology
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  297. Which best describes the modality of Rolfing?
    A. Reflex Therapy
    B. Lymphatic Massage
    C. Structural Integration
    D. Myofascial Release
    C. Structural Integration
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  298. The tapotement variation of cupping is best suited for which of the following conditions?
    A. Respiratory Congestion
    B. Lung Cancer
    C. Bronchiectasis
    D. Pharyngitis
    A. Respiratory Congestion
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  299. Which stroke most often begins and ends a Swedish massage?
    A. Friction
    B. Vibration
    C. Effleurage
    D. Petrissage
    C. Effleurage
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  300. How should you modify a massage treatment plan for a Geriatric client?
    A. Increase treatment time with increased are of client
    B. Reduce both treatment time and pressure
    C. Increase pressure with increased age of client
    D. Same for any age
    B. Reduce both treatment time and pressure
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  301. Which of the following is the only vertebra that is part of the pelvis?
    A. Coccyx
    B. Sacrum
    C. L-1
    D. L-5
    B. Sacrum
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  302. Which organ of the body helps to regulate body temperature?
    A. Lungs
    B. Spleen
    C. Liver
    D. Skin
    D. Skin
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  303. Epistaxis describes which of the following conditions?
    A. Hernia
    B. Nosebleed
    C. Pustule
    D. Cyst
    B. Nosebleed
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  304. The shaft of a long bone is also called the ______.
    A. Periosteum
    B. Epiphysis
    C. Diaphysis
    D. Metaphysis
    C. Diaphysis
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  305. Which of the following is a function associated with the Kidneys?
    A. Clotting
    B. Blood Volume
    C. Metabolism
    D. Transporting Fats
    B. Blood Volume
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  306. Why does injured cartilage take so long to heal?
    A. It is between the bone and bone
    B. It is highly innervated
    C. It is flat
    D. It does not have good blood supply
    D. It does not have good blood supply
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  307. What muscle is NOT necessary in treating a client who has Lordosis?
    A. Quadratus Lumborum
    B. Paraspinal
    C. Trapezius
    D. Iliopsoas
    C. Trapezius
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  308. Which condition is NOT an example of a repetitive strain injury?
    A. Tennis Elbow
    B. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    C. Displaced Rib
    D. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    C. Displaced Rib
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  309. A bladder infection spreads upwards to the kidneys through which structures?
    A. Cyctic Duct
    B. Ureters
    C. Urethra
    D. Plyoric Sphincter
    B. Ureters
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  310. Which of the following muscles is associated with Supination of the forearm?
    A. Triceps Brachii
    B. Brachioradialis
    C. Coracobrachialis
    D. Biceps Brachii
    D. Biceps Brachii
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  311. Which of the following are cells that repair bone and break it down to maintain homeostasis of calcium and phosphates?
    A. Osteoblasts
    B. Osteoids
    C. Osteoclasts
    D. Osteocytes
    C. Osteoclasts
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  312. Which of the following vessels take blood from the heart and route it to the lungs?
    A. Pulmonary Veins
    B. Coronary Veins
    C. Pulmonary Arteries
    D. Coronary Arteries
    C. Pulmonary Arteries
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  313. How does massage affect urine output and by what mechanism?
    A. It is increased by stimulating the sympathetic nervous system
    B. It is increased by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system
    C. It is decreased by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system
    D. It is decreased by stimulating the sympathetic nervous system
    B. It is increased by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system
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  314. Swayback is a common term used to describe which of the the following spinal deviations?
    A. Scoliosis
    B. Calcinosis
    C. Kyphosis
    D. Lordosis
    D. Lordosis
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  315. Which is the nerve bundle that passes between the anterior and middle scalene muscles as it moves toward the axilla?
    A. Brachial Plexus
    B. Lumbosacral Plexus
    C. Cervical Plexus
    D. Solar Plexus
    A. Brachial Plexus
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  316. The medial and lateral bony projections located at the distal end of the Tibia and Fibula are the _____.
    A. Malleoli
    B. Foramina
    C. Tuberosities
    D. Epicondyles
    A. Malleoli
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  317. Which of the following muscles is located on the posterior surface of the leg, crossing two joints, and is responsible for Plantar flexing the ankle and flexing the knee?
    A. Biceps Femoris
    B. Gastrocnemius
    C. Soleus
    D. Popliteus
    B. Gastrocnemius
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  318. A diabetic patient who has knowningly given herself too much insulin would likely try to balance his system by eating foods that contain ____.
    A. Protiens such as nuts and cheese
    B. Simple carbohydrates such as juice or hard candy
    C. Fats such as peanuts or peanut butters
    D. Potassium such a bananas
    B. Simple carbohydrates such as juice or hard candy
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  319. During an intake of a new client, he discloses that he has psoriasis on his back. What is an appropriate treatment?
    A. Complete the massage but avoid the affected area if pressure causes pain
    B. Put on gloves and complete the massage
    C. Ask him to cleanse the area thoroughly with bacterial soap and massage the area
    D. Explain that psoriasis is contagious, and you must reschedule the massage
    A. Complete the massage but avoid the affected area if pressure causes pain
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  320. A client comes in for massage with painful whiplash injury. He was in an accident yesterday, his neck is very stiff and sore, and he thinks massage will help. What is part of an appropriate treatment plan?
    A. Treat the problem area with neuromuscular techniques
    B. Reschedule the massage after the client consults with his physician because it is too soon after an accident to safely recieve massage
    C. Wotk the problem area with cross-fiber friction
    D. Explain you cannot to deep work, but Swedish could help relax musculature, and proceed with the massage
    B. Reschedule the massage after the client consults with his physician because it is too soon after an accident to safely recieve massage
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  321. Client records are confidential except when _______.
    A. Directed by the client's employer
    B. Directed by client or by subpeona
    C. Directed by the client's physician
    D. Directed by the client's spouse or parent
    B. Directed by client or by subpeona
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  322. The more fixed attachment site of a muscle is called its ______.
    A. Synergist
    B. Origin
    C. Insertion
    D. Agonist
    B. Origin
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  323. What is the Insertion of the Quadriceps muscle group?
    A. Anterior Superior Iliac Spine
    B. Ischial Tuberosity
    C. Tibial Tuberosity
    D. Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine
    C. Tibial Tuberosity
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  324. What muscle of the erector spinae group is positioned most medially?
    A. Iliocostalis
    B. Semispinalis
    C. Multfidus
    D. Longissimus
    B. Semispinalis
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  325. Which of the following two muscles are antagonists to each other?
    A. Paraspinal & Rectus Abdominis
    B. Semimembranous & Semitendinosus
    C. Biceps Brachii & Biceps Femoris
    D. Lattissimus Dorsi & Teres Major
    A. Paraspinal & Rectus Abdominis
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  326. Which of the following words refers to energy or life force?
    A. Yin
    B. Polarity
    C. Shiatsu
    D. Ki
    D. Ki
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  327. Which muscle does not perform any flexion of the knee?
    A. Soleus
    B. Popliteus
    C. Gastrocnemius
    D. Plantaris
    A. Soleus
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  328. A client comes to your office in pain and is not satisfied with the last massage you gave beacause she was sore for two days after you worked on her and she didn't get any relief from the pain. Wihch of the following is the most appropriate response?
    A. Tell her that each person reacts differently to massage, but to give you another chance
    B. Tell her you are sorry and give her a gift certificate, but do not refund the fees for the massage
    C. Refund her the fees for the session and refer her to another practitioner
    D. Tell her the adage of "no pain, no gain"
    C. Refund her the fees for the session and refer her to another practitioner
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  329. Which rotator-cuff muscle is positioned on the anterior aspect of the Scapula?
    A. Infraspinatus
    B. Supraspinatus
    C. Subscapularis
    D. Teres Major
    C. Subscapularis
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  330. A butterfly rash across the nose and cheeks is often a sign of which of the following diseases?
    A. Systemic Lupus
    B. Multiple Sclerosis
    C. Shingles
    D. Fibromyalgia
    A. Systemic Lupus
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  331. What is the best example of unethical behavior?
    A. Talking about a client's problems with another client
    B. Describing a client's condtion to a physician for treatment feedback
    C. Describing a client's condition to another massage therapist for treatment feedback
    D. Playing music you like during the session
    A. Talking about a client's problems with another client
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  332. Which of the following is considered an absolute contraindication to massage?
    A. Cancer
    B. Arthritis
    C. Multiple Sclerosis
    D. Encephalitis
    D. Encephalitis
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  333. Which of the following organs produces bile?
    A. Gallbladder
    B. Spleen
    C. Liver
    D. Pancreas
    C. Liver
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  334. During massage, respiration rate is affected how and by what mechanism?
    A. Decreased by stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system
    B. Increased by stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system
    C. Decresed by stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system
    D. Increased by stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system
    A. Decreased by stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system
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  335. Fainting may be caused by compression of which blood vessel?
    A. Subclavian
    B. Carotid
    C. Femoral
    D. Transverse Facial
    B. Carotid
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  336. Which of the following is the scientific or medical term for the "Adam's Apple"?
    A. Thyroid Cartiliage
    B. Pharynx
    C. Epiglottis
    D. Larynx
    A. Thyroid Cartiliage
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  337. What muscle or muscles need to be strengthened to reduce an exaggerated anterior pelvic tilt?
    A. Illiopsoas
    B. Tensor Fascia Latae
    C. Rectus Abdominis
    D. Rectus Femoris
    C. Rectus Abdominis
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  338. Which of the following is NOT a common symptom for Temporomandibular joint dysfunctions?
    A. Nausea
    B. Headache
    C. Earache
    D. Clicking of the jaw
    A. Nausea
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  339. Massage is contraindicated for which of the following conditions?
    A. Amenorrhea
    B. Thrombophlebitis
    C. Constipation
    D. Parkinson's
    B. Thrombophlebitis
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  340. Which of the following is a long-term affect of stress?
    A. Increased Stroke Volume
    B. Decrease heart rate
    C. Lowered blood pressure
    D. Decreased Immunity
    D. Decreased Immunity
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  341. In which of these joints is movement absent or extremely limited?
    A. Diarthrotic
    B. Synarthrotic
    C. Biarthrotic
    D. Amphiarthrotic
    B. Synarthrotic
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  342. Which type of skin cancer is the slowest growing?
    A. Malignant Melanoma
    B. Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    C. Adrenocortical Carcinoma
    D. Basal Cell Carcinoma
    D. Basal Cell Carcinoma
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  343. Who is the best referral choice for a client who is interested in energy work?
    A. A reiki therapist
    B. A rolfer
    C. A chiropracter
    D. An acupuncturist
    A. A reiki therapist
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  344. How would you stretch the Pectoral Major muscle?
    A. Abduction and medial rotation
    B. Adduction and medial rotation
    C. Adduction and lateral rotation
    D. Abduction and lateral rotation
    D. Abduction and lateral rotation
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  345. If a client seems depressed and discusses throughts of committing suicide with you during a massage, what is an appropriate course of action?
    A. Ignore the comments and continue with the massage
    B. Counsel her during the remainder of the massage
    C. Express concern and continue with the massage, referring her to a mental health professional upon departure of your office
    D. Stop the massage immediately and ask her to leave
    C. Express concern and continue with the massage, referring her to a mental health professional upon departure of your office
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  346. Practictioners of traditional Chinese medicine rely on feeling and reading the pulses of their clients to gain a batter understanding of their condition. Where on the body are these pulses taken?
    A. Throat
    B. Feet
    C. Wrists
    D. Temples
    C. Wrists
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  347. In reflexology, where is the point that corresponds to the head and neck?
    A. The little toe
    B. The medial arch of the foot
    C. The heel of the foot
    D. The great toe
    D. The great toe
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  348. What is the primary effect of a salt glow?
    A. Myofascial Release
    B. Hydration
    C. Relaxation
    D. Exfoliation
    D. Exfoliation
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  349. Which of the following strokes is best in aiding lung decongestion?
    A. Effleurage
    B. Friction
    C. Petrissage
    D. Tapotement
    D. Tapotement
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  350. In what country did Shiatsu orginate?
    A. China
    B. Japan
    C. Mongolia
    D. India
    B. Japan
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  351. Which client would benefit most from cold applications on an appropriate area?
    A. A person with Raynaud's disease
    B. A person with cancer
    C. A person with an inflamed ankle
    D. A person with fibromyalgia
    C. A person with an inflamed ankle
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  352. Which of the following is the cell responsible for blood clotting?
    A. Red Blood Cell
    B. Platelet
    C. White blood cell
    D. Lympocyte
    B. Platelet
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  353. Using the ABCDEF method on recongnizing a malignant melanoma, whta does the "B" represent?
    A. Borders
    B. Brown
    C. Blotchy
    D. Black
    A. Borders
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  354. Most fractures of the wrist involve which of the following carpal bones?
    A. Cuboid
    B. Scaphoid
    C. Pisiform
    D. Lunate
    B. Scaphoid
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  355. After performing skin rolling on a client's back, you notice the area is now red. This is the result of ______.
    A. Hypertrophy
    B. Hyperthermia
    C. Ischemia
    D. Hyperemia
    D. Hyperemia
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  356. In the study of Shiatsu, whiat is a synonym for Tsubo?
    A. Extraordinary Vessel
    B. Chakra
    C. Acupoint
    D. Trigger Point
    C. Acupoint
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  357. Which of the following are the lower chambers of the heart?
    A. Coronaries
    B. Atria
    C. Sinuses
    D. Ventricles
    D. Ventricles
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  358. What is the safest way to massage the neck area of a client with osteoarthritis?
    A. Light pressure along the cervical vertebrae
    B. Joint mobilization and stretching
    C. Manual Traction
    D. Deep pressure along cervical vertebra
    A. Light pressure along the cervical vertebrae
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  359. Finger pressure is used primarily in which of the following therapies?
    A. Shiatsu
    B. Reiki
    C. Trager
    D. Polarity
    A. Shiatsu
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  360. According to traditional Chinese medicine, what is the number of regular meridians?
    A. 10
    B. 14
    C. 15
    D. 12
    D. 12
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  361. What disease is known for the body attacking and destroying its own issues, specifically the synovial membranes of joints, especially the hand and feet? The membranes are replaced by fibrous tissues that add to the joint stiffness already present.
    A. Rheumatoid Arthritis
    B. Degenerative Joint Disease
    C. Osteoarthritis
    D. Osteoporosis
    A. Rheumatoid Arthritis
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  362. A muscle or group of muscles that stabilizes an area or joint so that the agonist can exert its action is called a/an _____.
    A. Prime Mover
    B. Antagonist
    C. Fixator
    D. Synergist
    C. Fixator
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  363. In the "ABC" initiial assessment process of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, what does the "B" represent?
    A. Brain Waves
    B. Blue
    C. Breathing
    D. Bolster the Knees
    C. Breathing
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  364. How would a therapist recognize varicose veins?
    A. Small broken capillaries that may bulge outward
    B. Indentation left after applied pressure
    C. Patchy or Linear white streaks
    D. They feel hot or cold
    A. Small broken capillaries that may bulge outward
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  365. Which bone of the forearm is posistioned laterally in an anatomical position?
    A. Ulna
    B. Humerus
    C. Radius
    D. Olecranon
    C. Radius
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  366. The upper lumbar area is an endangerment site because of which organ's?
    A. Kidneys
    B. Liver
    C. Pancreas
    D. Spleen
    A. Kidneys
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  367. What accommodation might be made for a client which hypothyroidism?
    A. Use of a fan to prevent the client from becoming overheated
    B. Use of a blanket to prevent the client from becoming chilled
    C. Give 6 ounces of juice to prevent fluctuations in blood sugar
    D. Elevate the feet to prevent swollen ankles
    B. Use of a blanket to prevent the client from becoming chilled
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  368. Which of the following represent the five elements in traditional Chinese medicine?
    A. Metal, earth, water, stone and fire
    B. Metal, sand, wood, earth and water
    C. Wood, earth, water, fire and sky
    D. Wood, earth, water, fire and metal
    D. Wood, earth, water, fire and metal
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  369. When treating the Iliopsoas, the therapist needs to avoid applying pressure on which of the following structures?
    A. Abdominal Aorta
    B. Lymphatic Ductus
    C. Brachial Plexus
    D. Urinary Bladder
    A. Abdominal Aorta
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  370. When two massage therapists begin to work together in the same office, how do they avoid forming a legal partnership?
    A. Both become sole proprietors
    B. Each has his or her own accountant
    C. Form a sub chapter C corporation
    D. Avoid commingling funds
    D. Avoid commingling funds
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  371. Which muscle of the quadriceps is considered to be biatricular?
    A. Rectus Femoris
    B. Vastus Medialis
    C. Vastus Lateralis
    D. Rectus Capitus Superior
    A. Rectus Femoris
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  372. Which of the following muscles attaches to the Coronoid Process?
    A. Temporalis
    B. Biceps Femoris
    C. Coracobrachialis
    D. Pectoralis Minor
    A. Temporalis
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  373. What two muscles are known as the stir-up muscles, both attached at the base of the first Metatarsal?
    A. Fibularis Longus, Tibialis Posterior
    B. Fibularis Longus, Tibialis Anterior
    C. Fibularis Longus, Fibularis Brevis
    D. Fibularis Brevis, Tibialis Posterior
    B. Fibularis Longus, Tibialis Anterior
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  374. Which of the following is the scientific or medical name for the ankle joint?
    A. Talocrural
    B. Tibiofibular
    C. Tibiofemoral
    D. Talocalcaneal
    A. Talocrural
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  375. Which of the following muscles initiates walking?
    A. Gastrocnemius
    B. Iliopsoas
    C. Sartorius
    D. Tensor Fascia Latae
    B. Iliopsoas
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  376. Which of the following in a muscle lengthen to allow contraction by an opposing muscle?
    A. Antagonist
    B. Fixator
    C. Synergist
    D. Agonist
    A. Antagonist
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  377. When stretching a muscle, the therapist notices that, at the end of the stretch, it feels as if bone is hitting bone. This is referred to as ______.
    A. Hard end feel
    B. Pfluger's law of motion
    C. Soft end feel
    D. Ballistic Sensation
    A. Hard end feel
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  378. How would you ascertain that a client is experiencing anxiety?
    A. Incoherent speech
    B. Full deep breathing and rapid heart rate
    C. Shallow breathing and rapid heart rate
    D. Muscle twitching with applied pressure
    C. Shallow breathing and rapid heart rate
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  379. What is the most important skill used by the therapist during a client intake?
    A. Listening
    B. Palpation
    C. Observation
    D. Talking Clearly
    A. Listening
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  380. Which rotator cuff muscle attaches at the lesser tubercle of the Humerus?
    A. Infraspinatus
    B. Supraspinatus
    C. Teres Minor
    D. Subscapularis
    D. Subscapularis
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  381. Which of the following organs is NOT an accessory organ in the digestive process?
    A. Spleen
    B. Pancreas
    C. Liver
    D. Gallbladder
    A. Spleen
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  382. When applying pressure to a sore spot on a client, he says the pain "refers" to another part of his body. This is an example of _____.
    A. Ischemia
    B. Rebound Tenderness
    C. Spasm
    D. Trigger Point
    D. Trigger Point
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  383. The term Idiopathic means _____.
    A. Cause Unknown
    B. Low Platelet Count
    C. Loss of Cerebellar Function
    D. Bladder Infection
    A. Cause Unknown
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  384. Which of the following is NOT in the Code of Ethics of the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCTMB)?
    A. Refuse any gifts or benefits that are intended to influence a referral, decision, or treatment and that are purely for personal gain and not for the good of the client
    B. Refuse to unjustifly discriminate against clients or other ethical health professionals
    C. Inform clients, other health care practioners and the public of the scope of each session with any client you feel needs mental health
    D. Provide draping and treatment in a way that ensures the safety, comfort, and privacy of the client
    C. Inform clients, other health care practioners and the public of the scope of each session with any client you feel needs mental health
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  385. A male client comes to a massage clinic and insists on having a woman work on him. What is an appropriate course of action?
    A. Make sure a male therapist works on him
    B. Tell him gender requests are not allowed
    C. Comply with the request
    D. Ask his reasons and then make a decision
    C. Comply with the request
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  386. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of Fibromyalgia?
    A. Depression
    B. Insomnia
    C. Inflammation
    D. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    C. Inflammation
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  387. After you give a client a message, he is ready to leave. He wants to give you a hug, but you feel uncomfortable. This is a example of _____.
    A. Scope of Practice
    B. Boundaries
    C. Ethics Violations
    D. Sexual Harassment
    B. Boundaries
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  388. Which should NOT be claimed as a result of massage therapy?
    A. Weight Reduction
    B. Reduces Tension Headache
    C. Reduces Edema
    D. Relaxation
    A. Weight Reduction
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  389. A client of the opposite gender begins to moan and caress the therapist's legs as he or she walks by. What is an appropriate course of action?
    A. Pick up his or her hand and slap its dorsal surface.
    B. Immediately stop the massage
    C. Ignore the advance and continue the massage
    D. Tell him or her that he or she is being inappropriate and repeated or similar behavior will result in termination of the massage
    D. Tell him or her that he or she is being inappropriate and repeated or similar behavior will result in termination of the massage
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  390. Pre-event sports massage techniques include all of the following strokes EXCEPT
    A. Compression
    B. Circular Friction
    C. Tapotement
    D. Jostling
    B. Circular Friction
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  391. A client is on the table and tells the therapist that the session must now be over. The client is not crying but is obviously upset about something. What is an appropriate course of action?
    A. Comply with the request and ask if there is anything that the client needs once the client is dressed
    B. Continue with the massage because you are not finished
    C. Immediately ask what is wrong and try to counsel
    D. Tell the client that this behavoir will result in the client not being able to schedule another massage in your office
    A. Comply with the request and ask if there is anything that the client needs once the client is dressed
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  392. When palpating the midline of the back, what structure is being palpated?
    A. Articular Facets
    B. Vertebral Bodies
    C. Spinous Processes
    D. Transverse Processes
    C. Spinous Processes
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  393. Contraindications for thermotherapy include all of the following EXCEPT
    A. Kidney infection
    B. Skin infections
    C. High Blood Pressure
    D. Acute injury
    A. Kidney infection
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  394. Which of the following conditions could be relieved using manual lymphatic drainage techniques?
    A. Edema accompanying a sprained ankle
    B. Acute Systemic Infections
    C. Congestive Heart Failure
    D. Thrombosis
    A. Edema accompanying a sprained ankle
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  395. During intake, which of the following best indicates that the client has the therapist's full attention?
    A. Sitting and maintaining eye contact while the client is speaking
    B. Standing directly in front of the client during the intake
    C. Ruffling through papers while the client is speaking
    D. Sitting with your arms and legs crossed during the intake
    A. Sitting and maintaining eye contact while the client is speaking
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  396. Which best describes passive motion?
    A. Having the client perform a motion with the therapist resisting the motion
    B. Having the client remain relaxed while the therapist performs a motion on the client
    C. Asking the client to perform a specific motion
    D. Asking the client to perform a motion with assistance of the therapist
    B. Having the client remain relaxed while the therapist performs a motion on the client
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  397. Caution must be used when working on the axillary region due to the presence of which structure?
    A. Vagus Nerve
    B. Brachial Artery
    C. Femoral Artery
    D. Celiac Nerve
    B. Brachial Artery
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  398. What is necessary for the process of blood clotting?
    A. Vitamin D
    B. Vitamin C
    C. Vitamin K
    D. Vitamin A
    C. Vitamin K
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  399. Leaving the previous client's treatment records visible to the next client best describes a breach of _____.
    A. Ethics
    B. Discrimination
    C. Confidentally
    D. Samaritan
    C. Confidentally
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  400. If a client appears to have a seizure during the massage, what is the most appropriate course of action?
    A. Leave the room, go to the phone, and dial 911
    B. Try to place client on his or her side, provide light immobilization to prevent them from falling of the table, and call 911 if the seizure lasts more than 5 minutes
    C. Put something in his or her mouth to prevent swallowing of thie tongue
    D. Place pillows on the floor and wait for the seizure to be over
    • B. Try to place client on his or her side, provide light immobilization
    • to prevent them from falling of the table, and call 911 if the seizure
    • lasts more than 5 minutes

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