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Refers to right
Dextral
Movement of glenoid fossa upwardly
Upward Rotation
Another name is coronal
Frontal
Ends bent inwardly
Valgus
Another name for midsagittal
Median
Toward the front of the body
Anterior
The study of movement
Kinesiology
The palm side of the hand
Volar
Adduction of the shoulder blades
Retraction
Closer to the trunk or point of origin
Proximal
The Ligamentum Nuchae is a part of this muscle.
Trapezius
The rhomboids downwardly rotate the scapula- T/F?
False
Latissumus Dorsi does what with the arm?
Extends, medially rotates and adducts the arm
The middle section of the trapezius ________ the scapula.
Adducts
The ___________ is usually the part of the muscle that does not move when the muscle contracts.
Origin
The most superficial muscle of the back is:
Trapezius
Does Rhomboid Major OR Minor insert at the root of the spine of the scapula?
Rhomboid Minor
The __________ has attachments from the occipital protuberance to T12.
Trapezius
The latissimus dorsi inserts on the:
Lesser tubercle of the humerus
Movement when the shoulder blades are adducted
Retraction
The _______ is the insertion site for the levator scapula.
Superior Angle of the scapula
_________ means widest muscle of the back.
Latissimus Dorsi
Movement of the scapula away from each other is:
Protraction
Upward movement of the scapula is:
Elevation
This is the reference point for upward or downward rotation of the scapula
the glenoid fossa
The rhomboids and levator scapula UPWARDLY or DOWNWARDLY rotate the scapula?
Downwardly
The _______ system consists of the limbs of the body and their attachments.
Appendicular
A landmark on the proximal humerus:
Lesser Tubercle
The latissimus dorsi _________ the arm.
Medially rotates
The upper and lower fibers of the trapezius ___________ the scapula.
Upwardly rotates
The origin of the levator scapula are the transverse processes of:
C1-C4
__________ is movement inferiorly.
Depression
The color of elastic fibers is:
Yellow
A type of loose CT found in the abdominal wall
Adipose
Present in all CT and secrete fibers
Fibroblasts
The only medial rotator of the rotator cuff muscles
Subscapularis
__________ originates on the 8-9 upper ribs
Serratus Anterior
CT found in the external ear and larynx
Elastic Cartilage
The most liquid of CT that contains platelets and red and white cells is:
Blood
A structure held together by tension and compression is an example of:
Tensegrity
CT found on the ends of bones:
Hyaline cartilage
A muscle that abducts the shoulder is the:
Supraspinatus
The property of CT which makes it both solid and fluid is:
Thixotrophy
Hardest form of CT, stores minerals
Bone
Heparin and histamin are released by
Mast cells
The biological name for the shoulder is the
Glenohumeral
Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and teres minor attach to the:
Greater tubercle
Pectoralis minor inserts on the:
Coracoid process
Subclavius and pectoralis minor can be associated with:
Thoracic outlet syndrome
____________, subclavius, and serratus anterior form the anterior shoulder girdle.
Pectoralis minor