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Chapter 7 – The Skeletal System: Appendicular Division $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The Pectoral Girdle The Upper Extremity.

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1 Chapter 7 – The Skeletal System: Appendicular Division $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The Pectoral Girdle The Upper Extremity The Pelvic Girdle The Lower Extremity Sexual Differences & the Aging Process FINAL ROUND

2 Topic 1: $100 Question Which anatomical feature of the pelvic girdle is a beak-like process that projects anteriorly and slightly laterally, and serves as an attachment site for the short head of the biceps brachii muscle? a. acromion b. coracoid process c. coronoid process d. conoid tubercle BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Topic 1: $100 Answer Which anatomical feature of the pelvic girdle is a beak-like process that projects anteriorly and slightly laterally, and serves as an attachment site for the short head of the biceps brachii muscle? a. acromion b. coracoid process c. coronoid process d. conoid tubercle BACK TO GAME

4 Topic 1: $200 Question The corners of the scapular triangle include the following except: a. vertebral angle b. superior angle c. head of the scapula d. lateral angle BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Topic 1: $200 Answer The corners of the scapular triangle include the following except: a. vertebral angle b. superior angle c. head of the scapula d. lateral angle BACK TO GAME

6 Topic 1: $300 Question Which of the following serves as an attachment site for the deltoid and trapezius muscles? a.supraspinous tubercle b. infraglenoid tubercle c. infraspinous tubercle d. scapular spine BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Topic 1: $300 Answer Which of the following serves as an attachment site for the deltoid and trapezius muscles? a. supraspinous tubercle b. infraglenoid tubercle c. infraspinous tubercle d. scapular spine BACK TO GAME

8 Topic 1: $400 Question Which of the following statements regarding the scapula is/are incorrect? a. The supraglenoid tubercle marks the origin of the long head of the biceps brachii muscle. b. The infraglenoid tubercle marks the origin of the lateral head of the triceps brachii muscle. c. The faces of the scapular spine separate the supraspinatus from the infraspinatus muscle. d. b and c BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Topic 1: $400 Answer Which of the following statements regarding the scapula is/are incorrect? a. The supraglenoid tubercle marks the origin of the long head of the biceps brachii muscle. b. The infraglenoid tubercle marks the origin of the lateral head of the triceps brachii muscle. c. The faces of the scapular spine separate the supraspinatus from the infraspinatus muscle. d. b and c BACK TO GAME

10 Topic 1: $500 Question Which of the following does not accurately describe the interaction between the scapulae and the clavicles? a. The clavicle limits the range of motion during protraction and retraction. b. Movements of the clavicle and scapula position the shoulder joint. c. The clavicles maintain their positions, while the scapulae do not, during shoulder movements. d. The surfaces of the scapula and clavicle are extremely important as sites for muscle attachment. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Topic 1: $500 Answer Which of the following does not accurately describe the interaction between the scapulae and the clavicles? a. The clavicle limits the range of motion during protraction and retraction. b. Movements of the clavicle and scapula position the shoulder joint. c. The clavicles maintain their positions, while the scapulae do not, during shoulder movements. d. The surfaces of the scapula and clavicle are extremely important as sites for muscle attachment. BACK TO GAME

12 Topic 2: $100 Question Which of the following muscles do/does not insert into the greater tubercle of the humerus? a. infraspinatus b. subscapularis c. teres minor d. None of the above. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Topic 2: $100 Answer Which of the following muscles do/does not insert into the greater tubercle of the humerus? a.infraspinatus b. subscapularis c. teres minor d. None of the above. BACK TO GAME

14 Topic 2: $200 Question Which of the following participates in the wrist joint and helps stabilize it? a. ulnar styloid process b. ulnar notch of radius c. radial styloid process d. ulnar head BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Topic 2: $200 Answer Which of the following participates in the wrist joint and helps stabilize it? a. ulnar styloid process b. ulnar notch of radius c. radial styloid process d. ulnar head BACK TO GAME

16 Topic 2: $300 Question Which carpal bone articulates with the cartilage that separates the ulnar head from the wrist? a. triquetrum b. trapezium c. lunate d. scaphoid BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Topic 2: $300 Answer Which carpal bone articulates with the cartilage that separates the ulnar head from the wrist? a. triquetrum b. trapezium c. lunate d. scaphoid BACK TO GAME

18 Topic 2: $400 Question Which of the following statements regarding the radioulnar joints is false? a. When medial rotation occurs at the distal radioulnar joint, the ulnar notch rolls across the rounded surface of the ulnar head. b. Medial rotation at the radioulnar joints in turn rotates the wrist and hand medially from the anatomical position. c.Lateral rotation at the radioulnar joints is called supination. d. The distal radioulnar joint is formed by the articulation of the medial surface of the distal extremity with the ulnar head at the ulnar notch of the radius. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Topic 2: $400 Answer Which of the following statements regarding the radioulnar joints is false? a. When medial rotation occurs at the distal radioulnar joint, the ulnar notch rolls across the rounded surface of the ulnar head. b. Medial rotation at the radioulnar joints in turn rotates the wrist and hand medially from the anatomical position. c.Lateral rotation at the radioulnar joints is called supination. d. The distal radioulnar joint is formed by the articulation of the medial surface of the distal extremity with the ulnar head at the ulnar notch of the radius. BACK TO GAME

20 Topic 2: $500 Question Which of the following does not accurately describe the elbow joint or the interactions contributing to its structural stability? a. The capitulum of the humerus articulates with the radial head. b. The trochlea of the humerus interlocks with the trochlear notch of the ulna. c. The capitulum of the humerus articulates with the radial notch. d. The trochlea of the humerus interacts with the olecranon and coronoid processes. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Topic 2: $500 Answer Which of the following does not accurately describe the elbow joint or the interactions contributing to its structural stability? a. The capitulum of the humerus articulates with the radial head. b. The trochlea of the humerus interlocks with the trochlear notch of the ulna. c. The capitulum of the humerus articulates with the radial notch. d. The trochlea of the humerus interacts with the olecranon and coronoid processes. BACK TO GAME

22 Topic 3: $100 Question Which of the following anatomical features provide(s) an extensive area for the attachment of muscles, tendons and ligaments? a. ischium b. pubis c. ilium d. a and c BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Topic 3: $100 Answer Which of the following anatomical features provide(s) an extensive area for the attachment of muscles, tendons and ligaments? a. ischium b. pubis c. ilium d. a and c BACK TO GAME

24 Topic 3: $200 Question Which bone feature(s) actually articulate(s) with the head of the femur at the hip joint? a. lunate surface b. pubic crest c. acetabular notch d. a and c BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Topic 3: $200 Answer Which bone feature(s) actually articulate(s) with the head of the femur at the hip joint? a. lunate surface b. pubic crest c. acetabular notch d. a and c BACK TO GAME

26 Topic 3: $300 Question Which of the following statements regarding the ischium is incorrect? a. It has features that mark the attachment sites for the gluteal muscles that move the femur. b. It fuses anteriorly with the pubis. c. It is the strongest of the coxal bones. d. It accounts for the posterior two-fifths of the acetabular surface. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Topic 3: $300 Answer Which of the following statements regarding the ischium is incorrect? a. It has features that mark the attachment sites for the gluteal muscles that move the femur. b. It fuses anteriorly with the pubis. c. It is the strongest of the coxal bones. d. It accounts for the posterior two-fifths of the acetabular surface. BACK TO GAME

28 Topic 3: $400 Question Regarding the pelvic girdle, which of the following structures begins near the symphysis and extends diagonally across the pubis to merge with the arcuate line? a. the superior pubic ramus b. the inferior pubic ramus c. the pubic crest d. the pectineal line BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Topic 3: $400 Answer Regarding the pelvic girdle, which of the following structures begins near the symphysis and extends diagonally across the pubis to merge with the arcuate line? a. the superior pubic ramus b. the inferior pubic ramus c. the pubic crest d. the pectineal line BACK TO GAME

30 Topic 3: $500 Question Which of the following interactions does not accurately describe factors that increase the stability of the pelvis? a. Ligaments connect the lateral borders of the sacrum with the ischial tuberosity and ischial spine. b. Ligaments bind the ilia to the posterior lumbar vertebrae. c. Ligaments arising at the ischial tuberosity bind the ilia to the arcuate line. d. Ligaments connect the lateral borders of the sacrum with the iliopectineal line. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Topic 3: $500 Answer Which of the following interactions does not accurately describe factors that increase the stability of the pelvis? a. Ligaments connect the lateral borders of the sacrum with the ischial tuberosity and ischial spine. b. Ligaments bind the ilia to the posterior lumbar vertebrae. c. Ligaments arising at the ischial tuberosity bind the ilia to the arcuate line. d. Ligaments connect the lateral borders of the sacrum with the iliopectineal line. BACK TO GAME

32 Topic 4: $100 Question Which bone strengthens the quadriceps tendon and increases the contraction force of the quadriceps femoris? a. femur b. patella c. tibia d. fibula BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Topic 4: $100 Answer Which bone strengthens the quadriceps tendon and increases the contraction force of the quadriceps femoris? a. femur b. patella c.tibia d. fibula BACK TO GAME

34 Topic 4: $200 Question Which of the following tarsal bones articulates with metatarsals IV-V? a. navicular b. lateral cuneiform c. intermediate cuneiform d. cuboid BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Topic 4: $200 Answer Which of the following tarsal bones articulates with metatarsals IV-V? a. navicular b. lateral cuneiform c. intermediate cuneiform d. cuboid BACK TO GAME

36 Topic 4: $300 Question Which of the following bone feature of the lower extremity cannot be palpated? a. tibial tuberosity b. gluteal tuberosity c. anterior border d. calcaneus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Topic 4: $300 Answer Which of the following bone feature of the lower extremity cannot be palpated? a. tibial tuberosity b. gluteal tuberosity c. anterior border d. calcaneus BACK TO GAME

38 Topic 4: $400 Question Which of the following statements regarding the fibula is true? a. The medial malleolus of the fibula provides stability to the ankle joint. b. The fibula is directly involved in the transfer of weight to the ankle and foot. c. The fibular head articulates along the lateral margin of the tibia on the inferior and posterior surface of the lateral tibial condyle. d. The lateral border of the thin fibular diaphysis is bound to the tibia by the crural interosseous membrane. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Topic 4: $400 Answer Which of the following statements regarding the fibula is true? a. The medial malleolus of the fibula provides stability to the ankle joint. b. The fibula is directly involved in the transfer of weight to the ankle and foot. c. The fibular head articulates along the lateral margin of the tibia on the inferior and posterior surface of the lateral tibial condyle. d. The lateral border of the thin fibular diaphysis is bound to the tibia by the crural interosseous membrane. BACK TO GAME

40 Topic 4: $500 Question Which of the following statements is false? a.The medial and lateral condyles, along with the intercondylar fossa, continue across the inferior surface of the femur to the anterior surface. b. The popliteal surface of the femur is a flattened triangular area formed by the linea aspera dividing into the medial and lateral supracondylar ridges. c. The lateral malleolus of the fibula prevents medial sliding of the tibia across the surface of the talus. d. The medial and lateral condyles of the tibia are separated by a ridge called the intercondylar eminence. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Topic 4: $500 Answer Which of the following statements is false? a.The medial and lateral condyles, along with the intercondylar fossa, continue across the inferior surface of the femur to the anterior surface. b. The popliteal surface of the femur is a flattened triangular area formed by the linea aspera dividing into the medial and lateral supracondylar ridges. c. The lateral malleolus of the fibula prevents medial sliding of the tibia across the surface of the talus. d. The medial and lateral condyles of the tibia are separated by a ridge called the intercondylar eminence. BACK TO GAME

42 Topic 5: $100 Question Contributing factors to the differences between male and female pelves exclude: a. adaptations for childbearing b. variations in muscle mass c. variations in perineal nerve supply d. variations in body size BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Topic 5: $100 Answer Contributing factors to the differences between male and female pelves exclude: a. adaptations for childbearing b. variations in muscle mass c. variations in perineal nerve supply d. variations in body size BACK TO GAME

44 Topic 5: $200 Question On average, the male cranium is larger than the female cranium by: a. 5% b. 10% c. 15% d. 20% BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Topic 5: $200 Answer On average, the male cranium is larger than the female cranium by: a. 5% b. 10% c. 15% d. 20% BACK TO GAME

46 Topic 5: $300 Question Which of the following events do/does not generally occur at age two? a. fusion of epiphyseal cartilages of the pectoral girdle b. closure of the fontanels c. fusion of ossification centers in the occipital bone d. fusion of frontal suture BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Topic 5: $300 Answer Which of the following events do/does not generally occur at age two? a. fusion of epiphyseal cartilages of the pectoral girdle b. closure of the fontanels c. fusion of ossification centers in the occipital bone d. fusion of frontal suture BACK TO GAME

48 Topic 5: $400 Question Which of the following is a gradual event that occurs with increasing age? a. reduction of intervertebral discs’ size b. reduction in mandibular bone mass c. reduction of bone markings, in size and roughness d. All of the above. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Topic 5: $400 Answer Which of the following is a gradual event that occurs with increasing age? a. reduction of intervertebral discs’ size b. reduction in mandibular bone mass c. reduction of bone markings, in size and roughness d. All of the above. BACK TO GAME

50 Topic 5: $500 Question Which of the following does not accurately describe a sexual difference in the adult human skeleton? a. The ilium in males extends farther superiorly and is more vertical than in females. b. The pelvic inlet in males is heart-shaped. c. Fewer prominent bone markings and lighter bone weight characterize female skeletons. d. The sacrum in females is a broad, short triangle with pronounced curvature. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Topic 5: $500 Answer Which of the following does not accurately describe a sexual difference in the adult human skeleton? a. The ilium in males extends farther superiorly and is more vertical than in females. b. The pelvic inlet in males is heart-shaped. c. Fewer prominent bone markings and lighter bone weight characterize female skeletons. d. The sacrum in females is a broad, short triangle with pronounced curvature. BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question Which of the following statements regarding age-related changes in the anatomical landmarks of the human skeleton is false? a. Complete fusion of the styloid process with the temporal bone occurs between the ages of years. b. Fusion of the frontal suture occurs between the ages of 2-8 years. c. Major curves in the vertebrae appear between the ages of 3 months to 10 years. d. Complete ossification and fusion of the hyoid bone occurs between the ages of years. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer Which of the following statements regarding age-related changes in the anatomical landmarks of the human skeleton is false? a. Complete fusion of the styloid process with the temporal bone occurs between the ages of years. b. Fusion of the frontal suture occurs between the ages of 2-8 years. c. Major curves in the vertebrae appear between the ages of 3 months to 10 years. d. Complete ossification and fusion of the hyoid bone occurs between the ages of years. BACK TO GAME


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