A&p Chapter 11 - The Muscular System

15 Questions  I  By MelMH on April 18, 2012
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1.  The muscle that forms the major portion of the cheek is the                      .
2.  The three superficial posterior plantar flexors of the leg are the                      ,                          , and                            .  All these muscles insert on the                       by way of the Achilles tendon.
3.  Longer fibers in a muscle result in a greater range of motion.
A.
B.
4.  When flexing the forearm, the biceps brachii acts as the prime mover and the triceps brachii acts as the antagonist.
A.
B.
5.  Which of the following muscles does not flex the thigh?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
6.  The iliotibial tract is composed of the tendon of the gluteus maximus muscle, the deep fascia that encircles the thigh, and the tendon of which of the following muscles?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
7.  In order for movement to occur, 1) muscles generally need to cross a joint, 2) contraction of the muscle will pull on the origin, 3) muscles that move a body part cannot cover the moving part, 4) muscles need to exert force on tendons that pull on bones, 5) the insertion must act to stabilize the joint
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
8.  Because you did not do well on you recent anatomy and physiology exam, you leave the classroom pouting.  Which one of these muscles are you using?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
9.  The rectus femoris has fascicles arranged on both sides of a centally positioned tendon.  This pattern of fascicle arrangement is
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
10.  Which of the following muscle names and their naming descriptors are mismatched?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
11.  Match the following:
A. muscle that stabilizes the origin
A.
B. site of muscle attachment to a stationary bone
B.
C. mucle that stretches to allow desired motion
C.
D. muscle that contracts to stabilize intermediate joints
D.
E. site of muscle attachment to a movable bone
E.
F. group of muscles, along with their blood and nerves, that have a common function
F.
G. contracting muscle that produces the desired motion
G.
H. fleshy part of the muscle
H.
12.  Match the following:
A. compression of median nerve resulting in pain and numbness and tingling in the fingers
A.
B. tendinitis of the anterior compartment muscles of the leg; inflammation of the tibial periosteum
B.
C. improperly aligned eyeballs due to lesions in either the oculomotor or abducens nerves
C.
D. stretching or tearing of distal attachments of adductor muscles
D.
E. rupture of a portion of inguinal area of the abdominal wall resulting in protrusion of part of the small intestine
E.
F. caused by repetitive movement of the arm over the head that results in inflammation of the suprasinatus tendon
F.
G. inflammation due to chronic irritation of the plantar aponeurosis at its origin on the calcaneus; most common cause of heel pain in runners
G.
H. painful inflammation of tendons, tendon sheaths, and synovial membranes of joints
H.
I. paralysis of facial muscles as a result of damage to the facial nerve
I.
J. common in individuals who perform quick starts and stops; tearing away of part of the tendinous origins from the ischial tuberosity
J.
K. permanent shortening of a muscle due to nerve damage and scar tissue development
K.
L. may occur as a result of injury to levator ani muscle
L.
M. external or internal pressure constricts structures in a compartment, causing a reduction of blood supply to the structures
M.
13.  Match the following:
A. rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, vastus intermedius
A.
B. biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus
B.
C. erector spinae, includes iliocostalis, longissimus, and spinalis groups
C.
D. thenar, hypothenar, intermediate
D.
E. biceps brachii, brachialis, coracbrachialis
E.
F. latissimus dorsi
F.
G. subscapularis, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor
G.
H. diaphragm, external intercostals, internal intercostals
H.
I. trapezius, levator scapulae, rhomboid major, rhomboid minor
I.
14.  Match the following (some may be used more than once):
A. trapezius
A.
B. orbicularis oculi
B.
C. levator ani
C.
D. rectus abdominis
D.
E. triceps brachii
E.
F. gastrocnemius
F.
G. temporalis
G.
H. external anal sphincter
H.
I. external oblique
I.
J. iliocostalis thoracic
J.
K. digastric
K.
L. styloglossus
L.
M. masseter
M.
N. adductor longus
N.
O. zygomaticus major
O.
P. latissimus dorsi
P.
Q. flexor carpi radialis
Q.
R. pronator teres
R.
S. sternocleidomastoid
S.
T. quadriceps femoris
T.
U. deltoid
U.
V. tibialis anterior
V.
W. sartorius
W.
X. gluteus maximus
X.
Y. superior rectus
Y.
Z. trapezius
Z.
15.  Match the following (some answers may be used more than once):
A. most common lever in the body
A.
B. lever formed by the head resting on the vertebral column
B.
C. always produces a mechanical advantage
C.
D. EFL
D.
E. FLE
E.
F. FEL
F.
G. adduction of the thigh
G.
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