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Situaded below or underneath, directed downward.
inferior
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Placed crosswise.
transverse
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Place toward the belly or pertaining to the abdomen.
ventral
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Situated towards the front.
anterior
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Situated towards the side
lateral
Anatomical/Directional Planes
In a direction that is towards the front and underneath
anteroinferior
Anatomical/Directional Planes
In a direction that is above and to the side
superolateral
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Toward the back and side
dorsolateral or posterolateral
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Middle and lower
medioinferior
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Towards the middle and front
medioanterior
Anatomical/Directional Planes
Body movements are inhibited by muscles.
False
True or Flase
If a medical term ends in -is, it is hightly unlikely that it is a muscle.
False
True or False
The superior peroneal retinaculum is part of the neck muscles.
False
True or False
There are no muscles in the hands.
False
True or False
The biceps muscles are part of the upper arm musculature.
True
True or False
brevis
correct
Spelling
terres minor
teres minor
Spelling
temporalis
correct
Spelling
hallucis
correct
Spelling
corocabrachialis
coracobrachialis
Spelling
serratus
correct
Spelling
masseter
correct
Spelling
pteragoid
pterygoid
Spelling
aponeurosis
correct
Spelling
platisma
platysma
Spelling
The serratus anterior and pectoralis major help to make up the _________ area.
chest
Fill in the Blank
The peroneus brevis is found in the ________.
leg (calf)
Fill in the Blank
The _________ _________ is the major muscle of the rear end.
gluteus maximus
Fill in the Blank
The triceps are part of the ________.
arm
Fill in the Blank
The ________ or ___________ ___________
____________ is the muscle found at the back of the calf.
soleus or superior peroneal retinaculum
Fill in the Blank
The _________ or ____________ is the thickest, strongest tendon in the body.
Achilles or calcaneal
Fill in the Blank
The sternocleidomastoid muscle is found in the ________.
neck
Fill in the Blank
The terms used to describe muscle length are ________ and ___________.
longus (long) and brevis (short)
Fill in the Blank
The muscle that allows the human being to smile is the __________.
risorius
Fill in the Blank
The _______________ muscle is associated with frowning.
corrugator
Fill in the Blank
vastus lateralis
leg
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
greater trochanter
leg
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
triceps
arm
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
pectoralis major
chest
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
platysma
neck
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
deltoid
trunk/shoulder
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
supraspinatus
back
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
hallucis longus
leg/foot
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
hypothenar muscles
hand/palm
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
brachioradialis
arm
Identify the area in which the following muscles are found.
Thin walled cyst
ganglion
Name the Disease Process.
Any disease of the muscles
myopathy
Name the Disease Process.
Myofascial pain syndrome: achy pain, tenderness, and stiffness
fibromyalgia
Name the Disease Process.
Lack of normal muscle strength
atony
Name the Disease Process.
Wasting away or weakening of muscle fibers
atrophy
Name the Disease Process.
Loss of nervous control of muscle, e.g., paraplegia
paralysis
Name the Disease Process.
Muscle pain
myalgia
Name the Disease Process.
Muscular hardness after death
rigor mortis
Name the Disease Process.
Lateral or medial epicondylitis
tennis elbow
Name the Disease Process.
A sustained muscular spasm or contraction accompanied by severe pain
cramp
Name the Disease Process.