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Which portion of the scapula articulates with the clavical?
a. Acromion
b. Gleniod cavity
c, Spine
d. Scapular
a. Acromion
What location on the humerous is the site of frequent fractures?
a. anatomical neck
b. surgical neck
c. intertubercular groove
d. deltiod tuberosity
b. surgical neck
the ____ of the humerous receives a process by the same name that comprises the outer elbow bone?
a. coronoid fossa
b. deltoid tuberosity
c. trochela
d. olecranon fossa
d. olecranon fossa
What portion of the radius articulates with the capitulum of the humerus?
a. styloid process
b. tuberosity of radius
c. head
d. ulnar notch
c. head
which carpal bone articulates with the first metacarpal?
a. capitate
b. hamate
c. trapezoid
d. trapezium
d. trapezium
How many phalanges are presend in each hand?
a. 28
b. 14
c. 15
d. 30
b. 14
At what location do the three bones of the ossa coxae ossify?
a. greater pelvis
b. acetabulum
c. pelvic brim
d. pelvic inlet
b. acetabulum
through which point of the pelvic gridle does the sciatic pass to the leg?
a. greater sciatic notch
choose the statement that does not apply to the female pelvis when compared to the male pelvis.
a. wider pelvic outlet
b. more delicate with less prominent processes
c.obturator foramen more triangular
d. symphysis pubis deeper and longer
d. symphysis pubis deeper and longer
Which portion of the scapula articulates with the clavical?
a. Acromion
b. Gleniod cavity
c, Spine
d. Scapular
a. Acromion
the technical name for the kneecap is?
a. patella
b. tibia
c. fibula
d. cuboid
a. patella
What location on the humerous is the site of frequent fractures?
a. anatomical neck
b. surgical neck
c. intertubercular groove
d. deltiod tuberosity
b. surgical neck
the ____ of the humerous receives a process by the same name that comprises the outer elbow bone?
a. coronoid fossa
b. deltoid tuberosity
c. trochela
d. olecranon fossa
d. olecranon fossa
What portion of the radius articulates with the capitulum of the humerus?
a. styloid process
b. tuberosity of radius
c. head
d. ulnar notch
c. head
which carpal bone articulates with the first metacarpal?
a. capitate
b. hamate
c. trapezoid
d. trapezium
d. trapezium
How many phalanges are presend in each hand?
a. 28
b. 14
c. 15
d. 30
b. 14
At what location do the three bones of the ossa coxae ossify?
a. greater pelvis
b. acetabulum
c. pelvic brim
d. pelvic inlet
b. acetabulum
through which point of the pelvic gridle does the sciatic pass to the leg?
a. greater sciatic notch
choose the statement that does not apply to the female pelvis when compared to the male pelvis.
a. wider pelvic outlet
b. more delicate with less prominent processes
c.obturator foramen more triangular
d. symphysis pubis deeper and longer
d. symphysis pubis deeper and longer
the technical name for the kneecap is?
a. patella
b. tibia
c. fibula
d. cuboid
a. patella
What is the point of attachment for the patellar ligament on the tibia?
a. intercondylar eminence
b. medial condyle
c. tibial tuberosity
d. anerior crest
dc. tibial tuberosity
what process makes up the outer ankle bone?
a. medial malleolus of tibia
b. lateral malleolus of fibula
c. lateral epicondyle of tibia
d. head of the fibula
b. lateral malleolus of figula
which tarsal bone articulates with the second metatarsal bone of the foot?
a. cuboid
b. lateral cuneiform
c. medial cuneiform
d. intermediate cuneiform
d. intermediate cuneiform
a congenital deformity known as _______ (webbed digits) is inherited as recessive trait.
a. syndactyly
b. polydactyl
c. talipes
d. pathologic fractures
a. syndactyly
during the healing of a bone fracture, what is the final step in the healing process?
a. hematoma
b. remodeling of the bony callus
c. phagocyte activity
d. formation of bony callus
b. remodeling of the ony callus