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1 Muscular System- Gross Anatomy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 General Principles FINAL ROUND Head Muscles Trunk Muscles Upper Limb Muscles Lower Limb Muscles

2 General Principles: $100 Question When a skeletal muscle contracts to cause a given movement, the relatively stationary end of attachment of the muscle is termed this: a. origin b. insertion c. antagonist d. belly BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 General Principles: $100 Answer When a skeletal muscle contracts to cause a given movement, the relatively stationary end of attachment of the muscle is termed this: a. origin b. insertion c. antagonist d. belly BACK TO GAME

4 General Principles: $200 Question When a muscle contracts, it usually has an opposing muscle that can cause movement in the opposite direction called this: a. prime mover b. agonist c. antagonist d. synergist BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 General Principles: $200 Answer When a muscle contracts, it usually has an opposing muscle that can cause movement in the opposite direction called this: a. prime mover b. agonist c. antagonist d. synergist BACK TO GAME

6 General Principles: $300 Question Knowing that muscles are often named for their anatomical location, the brachialis, coracobrachialis and brachioradialis would all be found in this region: a. arm b. forearm c. trunk d. thigh e. leg BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 General Principles: $300 Answer Knowing that muscles are often named for their anatomical location, the brachialis, coracobrachialis and brachioradialis would all be found in this region: a. arm b. forearm c. trunk d. thigh e. leg BACK TO GAME

8 General Principles: $400 Question This pair is matched correctly: a. fulcrum-joint b. lever-bone c. pull (force)-muscles d. all are correct BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 General Principles: $400 Answer This pair is matched correctly: a. fulcrum-joint b. lever-bone c. pull (force)-muscles d. all are correct BACK TO GAME

10 General Principles: $500 Question The action of the biceps brachii muscle pulling on the radius to flex the elbow and elevate the hand is an example of this kind of lever: a. class I lever system b. class II lever system c. class III lever system BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 General Principles: $500 Answer The action of the biceps brachii muscle pulling on the radius to flex the elbow and elevate the hand is an example of this kind of lever: a. class I lever system b. class II lever system c. class III lever system BACK TO GAME

12 Head Muscles: $100 Question Winking or blinking the eye is controlled by this muscle: a. corrugator supercilii b. depressor anguli oris c. orbicularis oculi d. occipitofrontalis e. orbicularis oris BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Head Muscles: $100 Answer Winking or blinking the eye is controlled by this muscle: a. corrugator supercilii b. depressor anguli oris c. orbicularis oculi d. occipitofrontalis e. orbicularis oris BACK TO GAME

14 Head Muscles: $200 Question These muscles of the neck tilts the head down and toward the side: a. scalenes b. sternocleidomastoid c. splenius capitis d. semispinalis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Head Muscles: $200 Answer These muscles of the neck tilts the head down and toward the side: a. scalenes b. sternocleidomastoid c. splenius capitis d. semispinalis BACK TO GAME

16 Head Muscles: $300 Question These muscles are all involved in mastication (chewing) except: a. temporalis b. masseter c. buccinator d. lateral pterygoid e. medial pterygoid BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Head Muscles: $300 Answer These muscles are all involved in mastication (chewing) except: a. temporalis b. masseter c. buccinator d. lateral pterygoid e. medial pterygoid BACK TO GAME

18 Head Muscles: $400 Question This best describes the action of the soft palate muscles: a. prevent food from entering the nasal cavity b. close the auditory tube c. force food into the esophagus d. prevent food from entering the larynx BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Head Muscles: $400 Answer This best describes the action of the soft palate muscles: a. prevent food from entering the nasal cavity b. close the auditory tube c. force food into the esophagus d. prevent food from entering the larynx BACK TO GAME

20 Head Muscles: $500 Question Your five year old son is gazing up into the sky at night to see a shooting star. He is using these eye muscles to look upward: a.inferior oblique b. lateral rectus c. medial rectus d. superior oblique e. superior rectus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Head Muscles: $500 Answer Your five year old son is gazing up into the sky at night to see a shooting star. He is using these eye muscles to look upward: a.inferior oblique b. lateral rectus c. medial rectus d. superior oblique e. superior rectus BACK TO GAME

22 Trunk Muscles: $100 Question This muscle produces the major movement made during quiet breathing: a. scalene b. diaphragm c. external intercostals d. internal intercostals BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Trunk Muscles: $100 Answer This muscle produces the major movement made during quiet breathing: a. scalene b. diaphragm c. external intercostals d. internal intercostals BACK TO GAME

24 Trunk Muscles: $200 Question This action is accomplished by the erector spinae muscles: a. abduct the thigh b. extend the vertebral column c. flex the vertebral column d. protract the scapula e. rotate the thigh BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Trunk Muscles: $200 Answer This action is accomplished by the erector spinae muscles: a. abduct the thigh b. extend the vertebral column c. flex the vertebral column d. protract the scapula e. rotate the thigh BACK TO GAME

26 Trunk Muscles: $300 Question This is the deepest abdominal muscle: a. external oblique b. internal oblique c. transversus abdominis d. rectus abdominis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Trunk Muscles: $300 Answer This is the deepest abdominal muscle: a. external oblique b. internal oblique c. transversus abdominis d. rectus abdominis BACK TO GAME

28 Trunk Muscles: $400 Question The six pack seen on a body builder’s abdomen is caused by the tendinous intersections in this muscle: a. external abdominal oblique b. internal abdominal oblique c. linea alba d. rectus abdominis e. transversus abdominis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Trunk Muscles: $400 Answer The six pack seen on a body builder’s abdomen is caused by the tendinous intersections in this muscle: a. external abdominal oblique b. internal abdominal oblique c. linea alba d. rectus abdominis e. transversus abdominis BACK TO GAME

30 Trunk Muscles: $500 Question The pelvic diaphragm, which forms the pelvic floor, is made of this: a. coccygeus muscle b. levator ani muscle c. external urethral sphincter muscle d. a only e. a and b BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Trunk Muscles: $500 Answer The pelvic diaphragm, which forms the pelvic floor, is made of this: a. coccygeus muscle b. levator ani muscle c. external urethral sphincter muscle d. a only e. a and b BACK TO GAME

32 Upper Limb Muscles: $100 Question This muscle flexes both the arm and the forearm: a. biceps brachii b. brachialis c. deltoid d. latissimus dorsi e. triceps brachii BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Upper Limb Muscles: $100 Answer This muscle flexes both the arm and the forearm: a. biceps brachii b. brachialis c. deltoid d. latissimus dorsi e. triceps brachii BACK TO GAME

34 Upper Limb Muscles: $200 Question The trapezius muscle produces all of these actions except: a. elevates scapula b. depresses scapula c. retracts scapula d. extends neck e. flexes neck BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Upper Limb Muscles: $200 Answer The trapezius muscle produces all of these actions except: a. elevates scapula b. depresses scapula c. retracts scapula d. extends neck e. flexes neck BACK TO GAME

36 Upper Limb Muscles: $300 Question Most of the anterior forearm muscles are responsible for this: a. extension of the wrist and fingers b. extension of the forearm c. flexion of the wrist and fingers d. flexion of the forearm e. flexion of the arm BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Upper Limb Muscles: $300 Answer Most of the anterior forearm muscles are responsible for this: a. extension of the wrist and fingers b. extension of the forearm c. flexion of the wrist and fingers d. flexion of the forearm e. flexion of the arm BACK TO GAME

38 Upper Limb Muscles: $400 Question The tendon of the flexor carpi radialis is an important landmark because the radial pulse can be felt just lateral to the tendon. True/False BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Upper Limb Muscles: $400 Answer The tendon of the flexor carpi radialis is an important landmark because the radial pulse can be felt just lateral to the tendon. True/False BACK TO GAME

40 Upper Limb Muscles: $500 Question This muscle(s) is an intrinsic hand muscle that moves the thumb: a. flexor pollicis brevis b. flexor digiti minimi brevis c. flexor pollicis longus d. extensor pollicis longus e. all of the above BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Upper Limb Muscles: $500 Answer This muscle(s) is an intrinsic hand muscle that moves the thumb: a. flexor pollicis brevis b. flexor digiti minimi brevis c. flexor pollicis longus d. extensor pollicis longus e. all of the above BACK TO GAME

42 Lower Limb Muscles: $100 Question The medial group of thigh muscles is involved primarily in this movement: a. abduction of the thigh b. adduction of the thigh c. extension of the thigh d. flexion of the thigh e. flexion of the leg BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Lower Limb Muscles: $100 Answer The medial group of thigh muscles is involved primarily in this movement: a. abduction of the thigh b. adduction of the thigh c. extension of the thigh d. flexion of the thigh e. flexion of the leg BACK TO GAME

44 Lower Limb Muscles: $200 Question This muscle flexes the thigh and extends the knee: a. vastus medialis b. vastus lateralis c. rectus femoris d. biceps femoris BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Lower Limb Muscles: $200 Answer This muscle flexes the thigh and extends the knee: a. vastus medialis b. vastus lateralis c. rectus femoris d. biceps femoris BACK TO GAME

46 Lower Limb Muscles: $300 Question Anterior leg muscles produce this movement: a. dorsiflex the foot b. flex the leg c. plantarflex the foot d. extend the leg e. flex the toes BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Lower Limb Muscles: $300 Answer Anterior leg muscles produce this movement: a. dorsiflex the foot b. flex the leg c. plantarflex the foot d. extend the leg e. flex the toes BACK TO GAME

48 Lower Limb Muscles: $400 Question Hip extension is produced by all of these muscles except: a. gluteus maximus b. gluteus medius c. semimembranosus d. semitendinosus e. biceps femoris BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Lower Limb Muscles: $400 Answer Hip extension is produced by all of these muscles except: a. gluteus maximus b. gluteus medius c. semimembranosus d. semitendinosus e. biceps femoris BACK TO GAME

50 Lower Limb Muscles: $500 Question This muscle of the leg attaches to the heel by way of the calcaneal tendon: a. tibialis anterior b. peroneus longus c. gastrocnemius d. soleus e. c and d only BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Lower Limb Muscles: $500 Answer This muscle of the leg attaches to the heel by way of the calcaneal tendon: a. tibialis anterior b. peroneus longus c. gastrocnemius d. soleus e. c and d only BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question The mechanical support of the head of the humerus in the glenoid fossa is weakest in the inferior direction. These muscles help prevent dislocation of the shoulder when a heavy weight such as a suitcase is carried: a. teres major b. pectoralis major c. supraspinatus d. deltoid BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer The mechanical support of the head of the humerus in the glenoid fossa is weakest in the inferior direction. These muscles help prevent dislocation of the shoulder when a heavy weight such as a suitcase is carried: a. teres major b. pectoralis major c. supraspinatus d. deltoid BACK TO GAME


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