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The right lung has ____ lobes

a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. none of the above
C. 3 lobes
The movements of American and European massage are generally in which direction?

a. Centripetal
b. Centrifugal
A. Centripetal
Which of the following is the proper sequence for blood traveling through the heart?
: Right atrium, tricuspid valve, right ventricle, followed by:

a. pulmonary semilunar valve, trunk, and then arteries

b. bicuspid valve, left ventricle, Aortic semilunar valve
A. pullmonary semilunar valve, trunk and then the arteries
The "pacemaker" of the heart is the:

a. Bundle of His
b. Schwann Cell
C. Sinotrial Node
D. None of the above
C. Sinotrial Node
Which branch of the nervous system prepares the body for the fight-or-flight response?

A. Parasympathetic nervous system
B. Sympathetic nervous system
B. Sympathetic nervous system
According to the principles of hydrotherapy, what is the temperature of tepid water?

a. 80F-94F
b. 94-97F
c. 98-102F
D. 103-107F
A. 80-94F
The function of mitochondria is to:

a. manufacture DNA
b. manufacture RNA
c. Provide motility/energy
d. none of the above
C. Provide motility/energy
The appendicular region is composed of which of the following?

A. Head and Neck
B. Arms & Legs
B. Arms & Legs
Muscles are attached to bones by :
a. ligaments
b. bursae
c. tendons
d. periosteum
C. Tendons
Which of the following bones is NOT a part of the axial skeleton?

a. ribs
b. sternum
c. clavicle
d. hyoid
C. Clavicle
The appendicular skeleton includes the:
a. skull, and spinal cord
b. skull, spinal column and pectoral girdle
c. pectoral girdle, arms, pelvic bones and legs
d. the arms and legs
C. pectoral girdle, arms, pelvic bones and legs
The visual center is located in the brain's :

a. temporal lobe
b. occipital lobe
c. lambdoidal lobe
d. frontal lobe
B. Occipital lobe
Muscles that help other muscles are called:

a. synergist
b. prime movers
c. antagonist
d. actionists
A. Synergists
A muscle that must stretch to permit the opposite muscle to work is :

a. an agonist
b. a prime mover
c. a synergist
d. an antagonist
D. Antagonist
Which of the following would be indicated for chronic non-inflamed muscle pain?

a. cool bath
b. an ice pack
c. application of moist heat
d. contrast baths
C. application of moist heat
Which one of the following muscles do you use to EXTEND your elbow?

a. Biceps Brachi
b. Triceps Brachi
B. Triceps Brachi
Which muscle below does NOT extend the shoulder?

a. Triceps Brachi
b. Supraspinatous
b. Supraspinatous
The major and minor rhomboids perform which action on the scapula?

a. Retraction and upward rotation
b. Retraction and downward rotation
B. Retraction and downward rotation
The olecranon process is in what position relative to the styloid process of the radius?

a. Medial
b. Proximal
c. Distal
d. Lateral
B. Proximal
If your client has had a hip replacement, which movement should be avoided?

a. Adduction
b. External rotation
c. Internal rotation
A. Adduction
Which muscle has it's origin on the lateral 1/3 of the clavicle, the acromion process, and the spine of the scapula?

a. Deltoid
b. Supraspinatous
c. Infraspinatous
c. Teres Minor
A. Deltoid
Which muscle has it's origin in the supraglenoid tubercle and coracoid process of the scapula?

a. Triceps Brachii
b. Biceps Brachii
B. Biceps Brachi
The movement of a joint toward the midline of the trunk is :

a. abduction
b. adduction
c. pronation
d. supination
B. adduction
The longest muscle of the body is the:
a. Soleus
b. erector spinae
c. gracillus
d. sartorius
d. sartorius
The major abductor of the upper limb is the:

a. latissimus dorsi
b. deltoid
c. pectoralis major
d. biceps brachii
b. Deltoid
The most superficial muscle of the back is the :

a. trapezius
b. latissimus dorsi
c. rhomboid major
d. erector spinae
a. trapezius
The rotator cuff muscles are:

a. subscapularis,infraspinatus, teres major, scalenes
b. supraspinatus, infraspinatus, pectoralis minor, and serratus anterior
c. supraspinatus,infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis
C. supraspinatus,infraspinatus, teres minor, supscapularis
Origin: occipital ridge and spinous processes C1-T12; insertion lateral clavicle,scapular spine and acromion process. The muscle is:
a. splenius capitus
b. levator scapula
c. trapezius
d. rhomboids
C. Trapezius
The muscle which is known as the "hip-hiker", origin: posterior iliac crest,insertion: last rib and transverse processes of L1-L4:
a. iliacus
b. latissimus dorsi
c. quadratus lumborum
d. transverse abdominus
C. quadratus lumborum
The sternocleidomastoid, when functioning bilaterally, causes:
a. cervical extension
b. cervical flexion
c. cervical lateral flexion
d. cervical rotation
B. Cervical flexion