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Which 3 muscles of the rotator cuffs insert at the greater tubercle of the humerus?

a. supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor
b. Teres Minor, Infraspinatus, Subscapularis
c. Supraspinatus, Subscapularis, Teres Minor
d. Infraspinatus, Supraspinatus, Subscapularis
a. supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor
Which muscle of the rotator cuff insterts on the lesser tubercle of the humerus?

a. Supraspinatus
b. Infraspinauts
c. Teres minor
d. Subscapularis
d. Subscapularis
What muscle of the rotator cuff does abduction of humerus and stabalization of head of humerus?

a. Supraspinatus
b. Infraspinauts
c. Teres minor
d. Subscapularis
a. Supraspinatus
What 2 muscles of the rotator cuffs do lateral roation and extension of the humerus?

a. supraspinatus,infraspinatus
b. Teres Minor, Subscapularis
c. Supraspinatus, Subscapularis
d. Infraspinauts, Teres Minor
d. Infraspinatus, Teres Minor
What muscle of the rotator cuff medial rotates the humerus?

a. Supraspinatus
b. Infraspinauts
c. Teres minor
d. Subscapularis
d. Subscapularis
Which Gluteal muscle inserts at the gluteal tuberosity of the femur and iliotibial tract?

a. Gluteus Maximus
b. gluteus Medius
c. Gluteus Minimus
d. rectus Femoris
a. gluteus Maximus
Which muscle inserts at the Greater Trochanter of the femur?

a. Gluteus Maximus
b. gluteus Medius
c. Gluteus Minimus
d. rectus Femoris
b. Gluteus Medius
Which Muscle does extension of femur at the hip and lateral rotation of extended hip


a. Gluteus Maximus
b. gluteus Medius
c. Gluteus Minimus
d. rectus Femoris
a. Gluteus maximus
What two muscles abduct and medially rotate the femur at hip?

a. gluteus Maximus, medius
b. Gluteus Medius, minimus
c. glutus maximus, minimus
d. None of these
b. Gluteus Medius, minimus
Which muscle inserts at the anterior surface of the greater trochanter of the femur?

a. Gluteus Maximus
b. gluteus Medius
c. Gluteus Minimus
d. rectus Femoris
c. Gluteus Minimus
where do the deep 6 lateral rotators inserts?

a. Greater trochanter of femur
b. Lesser trochanger of femur
c. Linea Aspera
d. Lateral condyle
a. Greater trochanter of femur
What is the longest muscle in the body?

a. Gracilis
b. Sartorius
c. Soleus
d. Serratus Posterior
b. Sartorius
Where do the Quads insert?

a. Greater tubercle
b. Acetabulum
c. Patella and via patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity
d. Medial epicondyle
c. Patella and via patellar ligament to tibial tuberosity
Which belongs to the Quad Group?

a. Rectus Femoris
b. Biceps Femoris
a. Rectus Femoris
What action does the rectus femoris have?

a. Extension of the knee
b. Extension of the knee, assists flexion of femur at the hip.
c. Flexion of the femur
d. Flexion of the femur, assists extension of the femur at the hip
b. Extension of the knee, assists flexion of femur at the hip.
Which muscle of the quads does not Exend the knee only?

a. Rectus Femoris
b. Vastus Medialis
c. Vastus Lateralis
d. Vastus Intermedius
a. Rextus Femoris
Which 2 muscles of the quads originates at the linea aspera on the posterior femur?

a. Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis
b. Vastus Medialis, Lateralis
c. Vastus Lateralis, Intermedius
d. Rectus Femoris, Vastus Intermedius
b. Vastus Medialis, Lateralis
Which of the adductors does not insert on the lina aspera of the posterior femur?

a. Adductor Longus
b. Adductor Brevis
c. adductor Magnus
d. Gracilis
d. Gracilis
Where does Gracilis insert at?

a. Medial Proximal tibia
b. Linea aspera
c. adductor tubercle
a. Medial Proximal tibia
Where does the biceps femoris Insert?

a. Head of fibula
b. Ischial tuberosity
c. Olecrannon process
d. Medial tibial condyle
a. Head of fibula
Where does Semimembranosus insert?

a. Head of fibula
b. anterior Proximal tibial shaft
c. Olecrannon process
d. Posterior medial tibial condyle
d. Posterior medial tibial condyle
Where does semitendinosus insert?

a. Head of fibula
b. anterior Proximal tibial shaft
c. Olecrannon process
d. Posterior medial tibial condyle
b. anterior Proximal tibial shaft
What is the action of the hamstrings?

a. Extension of hip
b. Flexion of knee
c. both A & B
d. Flexion of hip
c. Both A and B
What is the action of the traps?

a. Elevation and retraction
b. retraction and depression
c. Depression and Elevation
d. all of the above
d. All of the above
A tunnel or tube

a. Canal
b. Fissure
c. Groove
d. Process
a. Canal
A groove or slit between 2 bones

a. Groove
b. Fissure
c. Facet
d. Process
b. Fissure
An opening in a bone. obturator Foramen

a. fossa
b. condyle
c. Foramen
d. Sinus
c. Foramen
A shallow depression in the bone that holds blood vessels, nerves, or tendons

a. Notch
b. Head
c. Groove
d. Meatus
c. Groove
A tunnel or canal found in a bone

a. Meatus
b. Canal
c. Line
d. Tuberosity
a. Meatus
An indentation or large groove

a. Facet
b. Notch
c. Spinous Process
d. Tubercle
b. Notch
An air cavity with in a bone

a. condyle
b. Sinus
c. Process
d. Epicondyle
b. sinus
A rounded projection at the end of a vone that articulates with other bones to form a joint

a. Process
b. Faucet
c. Canal
d. Condyle
d. Condyle
A rounded projection a top the neck of a bone

a. Line
b. Head
c. Tubercle
d. Epicondyle
b. Head
A smooth flat surface

a. Facet
b. Fissure
c. Sinus
d. Line
a. Facet
any prominent, bony growth that projects

a. Spinous processes
b. Canal
c. Head
d. Process
d. Process
A ridge that is smaller than a crest

a. Notch
b. foramen
c. Line
d. fossa
c. Line
A sharp, bony, or slender projection

a. Tuberosity
b. epicondyle
c. Spinous Process
d. Meatus
c. Spinous Process
One of 2 large bony processes

a. Trochanter
b. Head
c. Groove
d. Sinus
a. Trochanter
A small, rounded process

a. Canal
b. fossa
c. Facet
d. Tubercle
d. Tubercle
A shallow depression in the surface or at the end of a bone


a. Notch
b. Process
c. Fossa
d. Tuberosity
c. Fossa
A projection above a condyle

a. line
b. Epicondyle
c. Meatus
d. Process
b.Epicondyle