Welcome to the electronic frontier classroom of the 21st century.  You will be tested on the types and range of movement at the various synovial joints.  The types of movement possible at synovial joints depend on the shapes of the articulating surfaces of the bones and positions of the joint's ligaments.
  You have an unlimited number of attempts to learn about RANGE of MOTION and test-taking skills. Each attempt will result in a new set of QUESTIONS and rearrangement of the ANSWERS.
   I wish you good luck and earn high grade on this test.

5 Sample Questions

_____decreasing the angle of a joint.

  • A. Flexion
  • B. Extension
  • C. Protraction
  • D. Retraction
  • E. Abduction

Which R.O.M. vocabulary term best describes moving a joint beyond its normal range or beyond the anatomical position?

  • A. Adduction
  • B. Pronation
  • C. Plantar Flexion
  • D. Hyperextension
  • E. Circumduction

Bending the ankle so that the toes point upward is called a(n)_____.

  • A. Dorsiflexion
  • B. Flexion
  • C. Eversion
  • D. Elevation
  • E. Rotation

Retraction is the moving a part posterorly, along a horizontal plane.

  • A. True
  • B. False

_____ is the bending the ankle so that the toes point downward.

  • A. Extension
  • B. Plantar Flexion
  • C. Abduction
  • D. Depression
  • E. Rotation

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