A/P Chapter 8

  1. Which of these is commonly used for classifiying joints in the body?





    E)
  2. Given these types of joints:
    1. gomphosis
    2. suture
    3. symphysis
    4. synchondrosis
    5. syndesmosis
    Choose the types that are held together by fibrous connective tissue.





    E)
  3. Given these types of joints:
    1. gomphosis
    2. suture
    3. symphysis
    4. synchondrosis
    5. syndesmosis
    Choose the types that are held together by cartilage.





    A)
  4. Which of these joints in not matched with the correct joint type?





    B)
  5. The epipyseal plate can be described as a type of joint. Choose the term that describes teh joint before growth in the length of the bone has ended.





    E)
  6. Which of these types of joints often temporary, with bone replacing them?





    A)
  7. Which of these joints are the most movable





    C)
  8. The intervertebral disks are an example of





    B)
  9. Joints containing hyaline cartilage are called_____, and joints containing fibrocartilage are called_____.





    E)
  10. The inability to produce the fluid that keeps most joints moist would likely be caused by a disorder of the





    D)
  11. Which of these is NOT associated with synovial joints





    A)
  12. All of the costochondral joints, except for the first, usually develop into





    A)
  13. Assume that a sharp object penetrated a synovial joint. From this list of structures:
    1. tendon or muscle
    2. ligament
    3. articular cartilage
    4. fibrous capsule (of joint capsule)
    5. skin
    6. synovial membrane (of joint capsule)
    Choose the order in which they would most likely be penetrated.





    E)
  14. Which of these do hinge joints and saddle joints have in common?





    A)
  15. Which of these joint is correctly match with the type of joint?





    D)
  16. Once a doorknob is grasped, what movement of the forearm is necessary to unlatch the door, that is, turn the knob in a clockwise direction? (Assume using the right hand).





    E)
  17. After the door is unlatched, what movement of the elbow is necessary to open it? (Assume the door opens in, and you are on the inside.)





    D)
  18. After the door is unlatched, what movement of the shoulder is necessary to close it? (Assume the door opens in, and you are on the inside.)





    B)
  19. When grasping a doorknob, the thumb and little finger undergo





    E)
  20. Spreading the fingers apart is





    A) abduction
  21. A runner that the lateral side of her right shoe is wearing much more than the lateral side of her left shoe. This could mean that her right foot undergoes more _____ than her left foot.





    A)
  22. For a ballet dancer to stand on her toes, her feet must





    A)
  23. A meniscus in found in the





    A)
  24. Which of these types of joints are bones united by fibrous connective tissue, with no joint cavity, and with little or no movement?





    E)
  25. A wide area between sutrues in a newborn is called a





    B)
  26. The radioulnar joint, or interosseus membrane, is an example of a





    A)
  27. When the epiphyseal plate becomes the epiphyseal line, the synchondrosis joint becomes a





    E)
  28. The articulation between the first rib and the sternum is a





    D)
  29. Which of these types of joints exhibits the greatest amount of movement?





    A)
  30. Most joints that unite the bone of the appendicular skeleton are





    D)
  31. Synovial joints are always enclosed by a





    B)
  32. Articular surfaces of bones within the synovial joints are covered with





    B)
  33. Synovial fluid is secreted by





    D)
  34. In synovial joints, blood vessels and nerves do not enter the





    E)
  35. A pocket, or sac, filled with synovial fluid that extends for a distance away fromt he rest of the joint cavity is called





    B)
  36. Which of these structures is NOT covered with synovial membrane?




    B)
  37. An example of a plane, or gliding, joint is the





    B)
  38. The joint between in the dens of the axis and the atlas is a(n)





    C)
  39. The joint between the occipital condyles and the atlas (atlantooccipital joint) is a(n)





    D)
  40. Raising your arm to point at something straight ahead of you involves





    C)
  41. Moving your arm laterally away from your body is





    D)
  42. Kicking a football straight ahead with your toes involves that movement of your thigh?





    C)
  43. Kicking a football straight ahead with your toes involves movement of your leg?





    A)
  44. When a suspect is arrested by the police, typically they are handcuffed behind their backs, In this position, teh suspect's arms are





    C)
  45. When someone is going to place something in the plam of your hand, your hand must be





    B)
  46. To walk on her toes, a ballerina must be able to ____her feet for long periods of time.





    C)
  47. You are sitting on a chair. To stand up, you must ___ your thighs and ____ your legs.





    E)
  48. Tilting the head posteriorly to look up at the sky requires





    E)
  49. Touching the thumb with the little finger is called





    A)
  50. A person who is standing and bends to tie their shoe is ___ their trunk.





    E)
  51. A person who is standing in the anatomic position has their hands _____ and their forearms _______.





    A)
  52. A baby in the fetal position has most of it joints





    C)
  53. Shruggin your shoulders to indicate you don't know the answer to a question involves





    B)
  54. Which of these movements is NOT required for a person in the military to salute?



    C)
  55. Sometimes people TMJ disorders bruxate (grind side-to-side) their teeth at night. This movement is





    C)
  56. The temporomandibular joint is predoninately a(n)




    B)
  57. Which of these movemnts of the foot causes ankle sprains most frequently?





    E)
  58. Which of the following is the correct term for a freely moveable joint?




    D)
  59. Which of the following is a joint that has little or no movement?




    B)
  60. Which of the following is a joint that is slightly moveable?




    B)
  61. In a structural classification of joints, which of the following is a joint thas has a cavity filled with fluid enclosed in a capsule?




    A)
  62. The sutures of the skull and the teeth in their sockets are examples of which of the following?




    D)
  63. Intervertebral discs, the pubic symphysis, and the tibio-fibular joints are examples of which of the following types of joints?




    A)
  64. The shoulder, elbow, and kneww are examples of which of the following types of joints?




    D)
  65. Of the following fibrous joints, which one forms the joints between the skull bones?




    D)
  66. Which of the following types of joints holds two bones tightly together with a ligament?




    D)
  67. Which of the following types of fibrous joints is the joint between the radius and ulna and also between the tibia and fibula?




    D)
  68. Of the following types of cartilaginous joints, which one is a joint of hyaline cartilage found in the epiphyseal joint?




    D)
  69. Of the following types of carilaginous joints, which one is found between the pubic bone?




    A)
  70. Sometimes a joint has become fused and now is one bone. Which of the following is the correct term for this type of bone?




    B)
  71. Which of the following is a cartilage pad found in some synovial joints?




    D)
  72. In which of the following types of synovial joints does one bone have a projection that fits into a ring-like ligament on the other, enabling one bone to revolve on the other?




    B)
  73. Which of the following types of synovial joints is monaxial, in which one bone has a projection that fits into a ring-like ligament ont he other so that one bone revolves on the other?




    C)
  74. Of the following types of diarthrotic movements, which one is a simple moving of the lower arm up and down?




    D)
  75. Of the following types of diarthrotic movements, which one is a movement away from the midsagital line (as in standing spread legged)?




    C)
  76. Of the following diarthrotic movements, which is a movement of bone anteriorly in a gliding motion?




    C)
  77. Of the following diarthrotic movments, which one occurs when one grinds the teeth?




    D)
  78. Of the following diarthrotic movements, which ones are movements of the thumb against the fingers and then away from the fingers?




    D)
  79. Of the following diarthrotic movments, which one is a movement of bone anteriorly on a horizontal pland and then pulling it back ( as in sticking out one's jaw)?




    C)
  80. Of the following diarthrotic movments, which one is a movement of tilting the soles of the feet inward and then outward?




    A)
  81. Which of the following diarthrotic movements moves a bone superiorly?




    A)
  82. Which of the following diarthrotic movments is shrugging the shoulders?




    B)
  83. Which of the following movements occurs when turning a doorknob clockwise or driving a screw into a piece of wood?




    A)
  84. Of the following diarthrotic movements, which one is a movement of raising and lowering the toes?




    D)
  85. The type of movement that includes flexion and extension




    B)
  86. This type of movement includes hyperextension, plantar flexion, and dorsiflexion




    B)
  87. This type of movment includes rotation, pronation, supination and circumduction




    A)
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