Chapter 11

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Identify the letter that indicates the Aponeurosis of external oblique.

a. Serratus anterior

b. linea alba

c. rectus abdominis

d. internal oblique

e. aponeurosis of external oblique

E

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Identify the letter that indicates the Linea alba.

a. Serratus anterior
b. linea alba
c. rectus abdominis
d. internal oblique
e. aponeurosis of external oblique

B

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Identify the letter that indicates the Internal oblique

a. Serratus anterior
b. linea alba
c. rectus abdominis
d. internal oblique
e. aponeurosis of external oblique

D

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Identify the letter that indicates the Temporalis

a. epicranial aponeurosis

b. temporalis

c. zygomaticus minor and major

d. orbicularis oris

e. masseter

B

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Identify the letter that indicates the Epicranial aponeurosis.

a. epicranial aponeurosis (galea aponeurotica)
b. temporalis
c. zygomaticus minor and major
d. orbicularis oris
e. masseter

A

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Identify the letter that indicates the Orbicularis oris

a. epicranial aponeurosis
b. temporalis
c. zygomaticus minor and major
d. orbicularis oris
e. masseter

D

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Identify the letter that indicates the Pectoralis major

a. sternocleidomastoid

b. deltoid

c. pectoralis major

d. pectoralis minor

e. serratus anterior

C

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Identify the letter that indicates the Sternocleidomastoid.

a. sternocleidomastoid
b. deltoid
c. pectoralis major
d. pectoralis minor
e. serratus anterior

A

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Identify the letter that indicates the Pectoralis minor.

a. sternocleidomastoid
b. deltoid
c. pectoralis major
d. pectoralis minor
e. serratus anterior

D

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The major muscles used in throwing a punch are the

A) latissimus dorsi and deltoid.

B) teres major and brachialis.

C) brachioradialis and biceps brachii.

D) serratus anterior and triceps brachii.

D

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A prime mover for flexion of the arm at the shoulder is the

A) pectoralis major.

B) deltoid.

C) latissimus dorsi.

D) coracobrachialis.

A

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A muscle with fascicles that insert into only one side of the tendon is categorized as

A) parallel.

B) bipennate.

C) convergent.

D) unipennate.

E) circular.

D

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An important function of the soleus muscle is to

A) extend the leg at the knee.

B) evert the foot.

C) invert the foot.

D) plantar flex the foot.

D

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When the diaphragm contracts, it

A) opens a hole in its center through which air flows.

B) aids in expiration.

C) becomes flatter.

D) becomes more dome-shaped

C

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The arrangement of muscle fascicles in a sphincter is

A) parallel.

B) bipennate.

C) convergent.

D) unipennate.

E) circular.

D

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A depression on the posterior of the knee

A) femoral triangle

B) posterior triangle

C) medial bicipital furrow

D) popliteal fossa

E) supracristal line

D

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A muscle that originates on the lateral surfaces of the superior eight ribs is the

A) rectus abdominis.

B) subclavius.

C) serratus anterior.

D) subscapularis

C

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Marks the lateral margin of the rectus abdominis

A) femoral triangle

B) inguinal ligament

C) linea semilunaris

D) midclavicular line

E) anatomical snuffbox

C

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The Sartorius muscle, a thin straplike muscle would have muscle fascicles arranged in

A) parallel.

B) bipennate.

C) convergent.

D) unipennate.

E) circular.

A

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This vertical line passes 1 cm medial to the nipple.

A) femoral triangle

B) inguinal ligament

C) linea semilunaris

D) midclavicular line

E) anatomical snuffbox

D