Muscles of the Body for Health Professionals Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is the best choice to describe the movement of hip adduction?

Question 2 2. What does the term 'vastus' mean?

Question 3 3. Treatment for shin splints can be remembered by R.I.M.E. What does R.I.M.E stand for?

Question 4 4. Which treatment is NOT recommended for popliteus injuries?

Question 5 5. Cranial nerve VII innervates the orbicularis oris muscle. What is another name for the cranial nerve VII?

Question 6 6. Where on the mandible does the depressor anguli oris muscle originate?

Question 7 7. Extensor indicis is supplied with blood by branches of which of the following arteries?

Question 8 8. Where does the flexor digitorum profundus muscle originate?

Question 9 9. What is the best test for diagnosing obturator neuropathy?

Question 10 10. Which of the following is a common cause of piriformis syndrome?

Question 11 11. The intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the tongue have a direct role with all of the following EXCEPT:

Question 12 12. Where does the palatoglossus muscle originate?

Question 13 13. What nerve innervates the sternocleidomastoid muscle?

Question 14 14. Where is the point of origin of the posterior belly of the digastric muscle?

Question 15 15. The subscapularis muscle functions to adduct the upper arm. Which of the following describes adduction of the upper arm?

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