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superior facet of greater tubercle of humerus

superior facet of greater tubercle of humerus

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School: University of Texas at San Antonio
Department: Music
Course: Anantomy and Physiology
Professor: David castillo
Term: Spring 2017
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Name: Anatomy of the Arm
Description: Test for Anatomy of the arm
Uploaded: 04/29/2017
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What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle?




What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle?




What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle?



FORM A KIN 3313 EXAM 1, SPRING 2016 1. Origin: supraspinous fossa of scapula Insertion: superior facet of greater tubercle of humerus What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Scapular retraction b. Initial 15 degrees shoulder abduction c. AbducDon't forget about the age old question of How will the training be evaluated?
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ts shoulder beyond initial 15 degrees d. Scapular depression with internal rotation e. Plantarflexion 2. Origin: infraspinous fossa of scapula Insertion: middle facet of greater tubercle of humerus What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. External rotation of humerus b. Pronation c. Scapular depression d. 55 degrees of elbow flexion with opposition e. Shoulder flexion 3. Origin: upper two-thirds of posterior surface of lateral border of scapula Insertion: inferior facet of greater tubercle of humerus What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Internal rotation of humerus b. Weak shoulder flexion with internal rotation c. External rotation of humerus d. Weak eversion e. Scapular elevation 4. Origin: posterior tubercles of transverse processes of C1-C4 Insertion: medial border of scapula from superior angle to spine What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Scapular depression with protraction b. Shoulder adduction with external rotation c. Pronation with opposition d. Scapular elevation with shoulder abduction e. Scapular elevation with retraction 5. Origin: lateral surfaces of upper 8-9 ribs Insertion: Costal surface of medial border of scapula What is the most likely primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Scapular protraction with shoulder adduction b. Depression of clavicle c. Shoulder extension with external rotation d. Lateral flexion of neck when contralateral muscle is relaxed e. Shoulder flexion with external rotation1 | P a g e FORM A KIN 3313 EXAM 1, SPRING 2016 6. Origin: spinous processes of T7-L5 vertebrae, back of sacrum, iliac crest, last 3 ribs Insertion: intertubercular groove of humerus Which of the following is NOT a primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Shoulder extension b. External rotation of humerus c. Shoulder adduction d. Internal rotation of humerus 7. Origin: external occipital protuberance, spinous processes of C7-T12 Insertion: lateral third of clavicle, acromion, and spine of scapula Which of the following is NOT a primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Scapular elevation b. Scapular depression c. Scapular retraction d. Scapular protraction 8. Origin: spinous processes of T2-T5 vertebrae Insertion: medial border of scapula below base of spine of scapula Which of the following is NOT a primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Fixes scapula to thoracic wall b. Protection of sternoclavicular joint c. Scapular retraction d. Scapular elevation 9. Origin: spinous process of C7 and T1 vertebrae Insertion: medial border of scapula at spine of scapula Which of the following is NOT a primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. Fixes scapula to thoracic wall b. Protection of sternoclavicular joint c. Scapular retraction d. Scapular elevation 10. Origin: lateral third of anterior clavicle, lateral acromion, inferior edge of spine of scapula Insertion: deltoid tuberosity of humerus Which of the following is NOT a primary action for this skeletal muscle? a. External rotation of humerus b. Shoulder flexion c. Shoulder abduction d. Scapular depression2 | P a g e FORM A KIN 3313 EXAM 1, SPRING 2016 11. Insertion: lesser tubercle of humerus Which of the following is the likely ORIGIN for this skeletal muscle to ADDUCT the shoulder? a. Acromion b. Subscapular fossa c. Olecranon process d. Obturator foramen 12. Insertion: medial lip of intertubercular groove of humerus Which of the following is the likely ORIGIN for this skeletal muscle to INTERNALLY ROTATE the  humerus? a. Posterior surface of inferior angle of scapula b. Superior facet of greater tubercle of humerus c. Middle facet of greater tubercle of humerus d. One-third proximal anterior surface of radius 13. Insertion: lateral lip of intertubercular groove of humerus Which of the following is the likely ORIGIN for this skeletal muscle to ADDUCT the humerus? a. Lateral surface of spine of scapula b. Lateral surface of acromion c. Deltoid tuberosity d. Sternum 14. Insertion: middle third of medial surface of humerus Which of the following is the likely ORIGIN for this skeletal muscle to FLEX the shoulder? a. Middle third of lateral surface of humerus b. Coracoid process of scapula c. Spinous processes of L1-L5 d. Posterior surface of iliac crest 15. Origin: spinous processes of C7-T12 Which of the following is the likely INSERTION for this skeletal muscle to RETRACT the scapula? a. Spine of scapula b. Back of sacrum c. External occipital protuberance d. Posterior surface of iliac crest 16. Origin: lateral acromion Which of the following is the likely INSERTION for this skeletal muscle to ABDUCT the humerus? a. Spinous processes of C5-T2 b. Acromial end of clavicle c. Deltoid tuberosity d. Transverse process of C1-C43 | P a g e FORM A KIN 3313 EXAM 1, SPRING 2016 17. A professional swimmer has been diagnosed with a “traditional” torn rotator cuff. Which skeletal muscle has been torn? a. Supraspinatus b. Infraspinatus c. Teres Minor d. Subscapularis e. All “SITS” muscles have been torn 18. Which of the following does NOT show the correct skeletal muscle-primary action relationship? a. Deltoid – shoulder flexion b. Trapezius – scapular retraction c. Latissimus dorsi – shoulder internal rotation d. Rhomboids – scapular elevation e. Coracobrachialis – shoulder extension 19. It’s Saturday evening, you should be home studying for an upcoming anatomy exam. You know  very well this is a REAL class, not one of those blow off core-curriculum classes you could easily  cram the night before. No ma’am/sir, if you fail this class, it’s likely you will tarnish your pristine  GPA in addition to eliminating your hopes of ever becoming a physical therapist. Because let’s  be real here, how do you expect to rehabilitate your client’s injuries if you don’t know how  skeletal muscles work? You seriously consider this situation for a few seconds and decide,  “YOLO, it’s reverse happy hour at kona grill”. After several fireball whiskey shots, your BFF runs  off to the parking lot to grab lip gloss from her car. When she returns, you notice the following:  mascara is running down her face from tears of agony, the 10-inch heel of her left stiletto is  broken in half, her left shoulder is significantly dropped and adducted compared to her right  shoulder. What is your friend’s likely diagnosis? a. Paralyzed serratus anterior b. Type I shoulder separation c. Torn rotator cuff d. Fractured clavicle e. Shoulder bursitis 20. Which of the following involves complete tearing of the acromioclavicular ligament and partial tear of the coracoclavicular ligament? a. Anterior shoulder dislocation b. Posterior shoulder dislocation c. Inferior shoulder dislocation d. Type II shoulder separation e. Type III shoulder separation4 | P a g e FORM A KIN 3313 EXAM 1, SPRING 2016 21. Which of the following examples best represents movement in the FRONTAL plane along the  FRONTAL axis? a. Supination b. Front flips c. Lateral neck flexion d. “traditional” neck flexion e. This type of movement does not exist 22. Standard bicep curls require elbow extension during the eccentric phase of the exercise. What plane and axis is required for this movement to occur at the elbow joint? a. Frontal plane, sagittal axis b. Sagittal plane, frontal axis c. Frontal plane, frontal axis d. Transverse plane, longitudinal axis e. Sagittal plane, longitudinal axis 23. Which of the following is the primary skeletal muscle involved during the ECCENTRIC PHASE of  the shoulder press (i.e., shoulder flexion with elbow extension until arms are overhead)? a. Anterior deltoid b. Lateral deltoid c. Posterior deltoid d. Supraspinatus e. Levator scapulae 24. Which of the following is the primary skeletal muscle involved during the CONCENTRIC PHASE of  the seated row (i.e., shoulder extension with elbow flexion until scapulae are fully retracted)? a. Coracobrachialis b. Anterior deltoid c. Levator scapulae d. Middle fibers of trapezius e. Serratus anterior 25. When should a client exhale during performance of ANY isotonic heavy lift? a. Only after the movement ends b. Immediately before the movement begins c. During the eccentric phase of the movement d. During the concentric phase of the movement e. Client should always practice the Valsalva maneuver throughout the movement5 | P a g e FORM A KIN 3313 EXAM 1, SPRING 2016 26. In the anatomical position, the subscapularis is _____ to the infraspinatus. a. Superior b. Anterior c. Inferior d. Posterior e. Palmar 27. A client with elbows held at 90 degrees of flexion is handed a 150 lb. barbell. Even though he  exerts maximal tension, the barbell causes the joint angle to increase to 170 degrees. Which of  the following describes this muscle action? a. Isotonic concentric b. Isotonic eccentric c. Isometric concentric d. Isometric eccentric 28. A client begins to perform a standard barbell squat, but is unable to return to the starting  position. Even though he is exerting maximal tension, he seems “stuck” at 90 degrees of knee  flexion. Which of the following describes this muscle contraction? a. Isotonic contraction b. Concentric contraction c. Eccentric contraction d. Isometric contraction 29. The Kocher maneuver is typically used to treat which common injury? a. Choking b. Type II shoulder separation, but not type III c. Shoulder bursitis d. Torn rotator cuff e. Shoulder dislocation 30. During the concentric phase of a calf raise, what movement is occurring at the ankle joint? a. Plantarflexion b. Eversion c. Inversion d. Diversion e. Dorsiflexion6 | P a g e

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