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Pectoral, Pelvic, Limb & Joints Test Review

Pectoral, Pelvic, Limb & Joints Test Review
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Side ASide B
Identify following bones by nickname: 1. ankle bone 2. Fingers 3. collar bone 4. heel bone
1. tarsals 2. phalanges 3. clavicle 4. calcaneous
Identify following bones by nickname: 1. form instep of foot 2. shin bone 3. kneecap 4. shoulder blades
1. metatarsals 2. tibia 3.patella 4. scapula
Identify following bones by nickname: 1. "sit-down" bone 2. toes 5. wrist bones 3.thigh bone 4. upper arm
1. ischium 2. phalanges 5. carpals 3. femur 4. humerus
Describe: 1. Amphiarthroses 2. Diarthroses 3. Synarthroses
1. joint that is slightly moveable 2. Joint that is fully moveable 3. Joint that is immovable
Identify as pelvic or pectoral: 1. deep, secure socket for limb attachment 2. easiest to dislocate
1. pelvic 2. pectoral
Identify as Pelvic or Pectoral: 1. flexibility 2. massive 3. lightweight 4. weight-bearing 5. shallow socket for limb attachment
1. pectoral 2. pelvic 3. pectoral 4. pelvic 5. pectoral
Describe and give example of each joint: 1. ball-and-socket 2. condyloid
1. bone w/head that fits into cup shaped cavity of another bone (shoulder joint) 2. ovoid condyle fits into elliptical cavity (joint btwn metacarpals + proximal phalanx)
Describe and give example of each joint: 1. Gliding 2. Hinge
1. articulating surfaces flat or slightly curved (wrist) 2. convex surface fits into a concave surface (elbow)
Describe and give example of each joint: 1. Pivot 2. Saddle
1. A cylindrical surface roates w/in a ring of bone + fibrous tissue (joint btwn atlas + axis) 2. articulating surfaces have both concave + convex areas (thumb)


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