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9 Cards in this Set

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Severely damaged radial nerve in the spiral groove of the humerus results in which of the following?
Loss of wrist extension, leading to wrist drop.
Damage to the ulnar nerve at the elbow most likely results in paralysis of which of the following muscles?
Two medial lumbricals.
A patient is unable to prevent anterior displacement of the femur on the tibia when the knee is flexed. What ligament is most likely damaged?
Posterior cruciate ligament
When the superficial peroneal nerve is severed near its orgin, what muscle is affected?
Peroneus longus.
The great saphenous vein runs?
Superficial to the fascia lata of tye thigh
The inability to extend the leg at the knee joint indicates paralysis of which of the following muscles?
Quadriceps femoris
A knife wound penetrates the superficial vein that terminates in the popliteal vein. Bleeding occurs from which of the following vessels?
Lesser saphenous vein
To test for trapezius muscle paralysis, you would ask the patient to:
Shrug the shoulder
The apex of the cubital fossa is defined by:
Brachioradialis and pronator teres