Kinesiology Exam 3 (Lower Body)
Name the bony prominence on the distal fibula
Name the tarsal bone that joints with the fibula
Name the projection from the middle tibial plateau
Name the Prominence at the superior end of the femur
Name the distal lateral tarsal bone
What is the top prominence of the Ilium called?
Anterior superior Iliac spine (ASIS)
What bony projection are you pressing on when you sit?
Name this ring like structure on the os coxae that joins the femur
What are the sharp ridges on the superior hip bone called?
What is the largest sesamoid bone in the body?
This structure is a long ridge on the posterior femur
What is the prominence on the proximal anterior lower leg bone?
What type of joint is the Iliofemoral?
Ball and Socket
What type of Joint is the Pubic Junction?
What type of joint is the tibiofemoral?
What type of joint is the intertarsal?
What type of joint is the Interphalangeal?
The 1st metatarsophalangeal is what type of joint?
The proximal tibiofibular is what type of joint?
What type of joint is the talotibial?
What type of joint is the tarsometatarsal?
What type of joint is the distal tibiofibular?
Muscle(s) that flex the hip and extend the knee
Muscle(s) that flex the hip and flex the knee
Muscle(s) that extend the hip and flex the knee
Semitendinous, semi-membranous, and biceps femoris
Prime mover in dorsiflexion of ankle
Prime mover in inversion of the foot
Prime mover in eversion of the foot
Muscle most responsible for plantar flexion of ankle when knee is flexed
What muscle is the prime abductor of the hip and assists in internal rotation?
What muscle is the prime internal rotator of the hip and assists in abduction?
Powerful hip muscle in the parallel squat
Name the muscle that stabilizes the patella
Muscle(s) that extend the great toe
Main "push off" muscle in running
What muscle stabilizes the lateral ankle?
Peronus longus and brevis
What is the structure that maintains the longitudinal arch of the foot?
Long plantar ligament
Another term for the heel bone is
The bony prominence on the lateral proximal femur is the
The main solid structure that supports the hip joint is the
What is the bony prominence on the distal fibula?
Both the ischium and the pubis make sharp angle bends. This type of projection is called a
The wide, fibrous structure across the sole of the foot is known as
How is the knee cap attached to the tibial tuberosity?
Via the Patellar ligament
The soleus inserts by means of the _________
Achilles (calcaneal) tendon
The tensor fascia lata makes its distal attachment by means of the ________
Iliotibial band (ITB)
What structure provides primary support to the arch of the foot?
The long plantar ligament
What is the two joint muscle of the quadriceps group?
The rectus femoris
What muscle is generally the prime mover of hip flexion?
What is the two part muscle group of the hamstrings?
The biceps femoris
What muscle is the main plantar flexor when the knee is bent at 90 degrees?
What is the most medial thigh muscle?
The union of the two pubic bones is the ________
The anatomical term for the hip joint is ________
The anatomical term for the ankle joint is _________
What ligament prevents forward motion of the tibia on the femur?
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
What ligament primarily supports the medial integrity of the ankle?
The opposite of dorsiflexion is ________
Movement away from the body in the frontal plane is know as what?
What are the possible motions of the knee joint?
Flexion, extension, medial and lateral rotation
Name the two primary motions of the peroneus longus
Plantar flexion and eversion
The hip muscle that, by position, is both and adductor and extensor is the _______
A two joint muscle that inserts on the knee cap is ________
The rectus femoris
The muscle that originates on the ASIS is the ___________
Where is the insertion of the Psoas Major?
The lesser trochanter
The gluteus maximus inserts on the gluteal tuberoisty and also to the _______ by means of a(an) ________ (a specific type of attachment)
What are the three major muscles of the thigh that insert on the medial tibia by means of a common junction?
Sartorius, semitendinosus, gracilis