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Massage Therapy Anatomy And Technique - Hip And Thigh, Part 2

23 Questions  I  By Bacchus
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This is a quiz for massage therapists in training. However, anyone can benefit from this including med students, nurses, personal trainers, fitness enthusiasts or anybody else interested in learning about human anatomy. This particular quiz is on the hip and thigh region, with an emphasis on origin, insertion, and action of various muscles and muscle groups. Note that for short answer questions you must type in the complete name for anatomical structures - abbreviations will be marked wrong!

  
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1.  Give the insertion of sartorius:
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2.  Give the origin of pectineus:
3.  Give the origin of adductor brevis:
4.  Give the insertion of gracilis:
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B.
C.
D.
E.
5.  Give the insertion of adductor magnus:
6.  Give the action of adductor magnus:
7.  Give the action of adductor brevis:
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B.
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8.  Referral patterns for _____ go upward into the groin and downward to the knee.
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9.  Give the action of adductor longus:
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10.  Trigger points in _____ are local, hot, and superficial. Referred pain, while felt most strongly and commonly in the thigh, may also reach as far down as the knee.
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11.  Referral patterns for _____: pain projects both distally and proximally. Pain is felt most strongly in the groin and knee regions, but spillover can involve the entire length of the leg.
12.  Give the actions of sartorius:
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B.
C.
D.
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13.  Give the insertion of adductor longus:
14.  Give the origin of adductor longus:
15.  Give the insertion of adductor brevis:
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B.
C.
D.
E.
16.  Give the origin of sartorius:
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B.
C.
D.
E.
17.  Trigger points in _____ produce sharp, superficial pain.
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18.  Give the origin of gracilis:
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19.  Trigger points in _____ produce a deep aching pain that is felt in the groin, the hip joint, and the upper thigh.
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20.  Give the action of pectineus:
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B.
C.
D.
E.
21.  Give the action of gracilis:
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B.
C.
D.
E.
22.  Give the insertion of pectineus:
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B.
C.
D.
E.
23.  Give the origin of adductor magnus:
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C.
D.
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