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Haney sprt med 6,7,8

Multiple choice for chapters 6,7, & 8

QuestionAnswer
How many joints are in the foot? A. 25 B. 8 C. 38 D. 28 C. 38
Calcaneofib, Anterior talofib, and Posterior talofib are? A. Bones B. Ligaments C. Joints D. Muscles B. Ligaments
The Deltoid Ligaments are? A. Medial B. Lateral C. Posterior D. Anterior A. Medial
What ligament is most frequent injured in an ankle sprain? A. Anterior talofib B. Medial Deltoid C. Lateral anterior ligament D. Medial inferior ligament A. Anterior talofib
What classifies a second degree sprain? A. One or more ligaments have been completely torn B. One or more of the supporting ligaments are stretched C. Portion of one or more ligament is torn C. Portion of one or more ligaments is torn
The Gastrocnemius Muscle... A. Plantar flexes foot B. Flexes metatarsals C. Flexes lower leg D. both A & C D. both A & C
How many cuneiform bones are in each foot? A. 5 B. 4 C. 3 D. 2 C. 3
The four arches in the foot are Metatarsal, Transverse, Medial Longitudinal and______? Lateral Longitudinal
The bones in the foot account for _____ of the total bones in the body? A. 1/2 B. 1/4 C. 3/4 D. 1/8 B. 1/4
Which of the following is not a range of motion of the ankle? A. Dorsi-flexion B. Eversion C. Abduction D. Inversion C. Abduction
Most ankle sprains occur when the ankle is in what position? A. Dorsi Flexed B. Inverted C. Everted D. All of the above B. Inverted
Turf toe is medically defined as? A. A fracture to the base of the 5th metatarsal B. March Fracture C. Morton's neuroma D. Sprain to the Great Toe D. Sprain to the Great Toe
A bone growth on the calcaneus is called what? A. Heel spur B. Shin splints C. Plantar Fisciitis D. Turf toe A. Heel spur
The heel tap test evaluates the bony integrity of what? A. Fibula B. Talus C. Tibia D. All of the above D. All of the above
The knee is the largest what? A. Ligament B. Joint C. Bone D. Muscle B. Joint
The strongest ankle ligament is the? A. Anterior Talofib B. Deltoid C. Posterior Calcaneofib D. Posterior Talofib B. Deltoid
The ACL stops the knee from moving ______. A. Backward B. Medial C. Forward D. Lateral C. Forward
What is the degree of sprain if part of the ligament is torn? A. First Degree strain B. Second Degree sprain C. Second Degree strain D. First Degree sprain B. Second Degree sprain
What four bones form the ankle joint? A. Tibia, fibula, calcaneus, ulna B. Fibula, tibia, talus, calcaneus C. Radius, navicular, calcaneus, talus D. Talus, patella, radius, tibia B. Fibula, tibia, talus, calcaneus
What kind of joint is the hip joint? A. Ball and socket B. Pivot C. Gliding A. Ball and socket
What are the indicators of a stress fracture? A. Pain B. Gross Deformity C. Tenderness D. A & B E. A & C E. A & C
What does ACL stand for? A. Anterior Cancer Licence B. Applebees Calls Ladies C. Anterior Cruciate Ligament D. Anterior Calcaneus Ligament C. Anterior Cruciate LIgament
What does PCL stand for? A. Proportional Cruciate Ligament B. Posterior Cruciate Ligament C. Positive Cruciate Ligament B. Posterior Cruciate Ligament
What does MCL stand for? A. Medial Cruciate Ligament B. Medial Collateral Ligament C. Mental Cruciate Ligament B. Medial Collateral Ligament
A female athlete is more prone to have a patellar problem than a male athlete. A. True B. False A. TRUU
What does LCL stand for? A. Lateral Collateral Ligament B. Lateral Cruciate Ligament C. Ligament Cruciate Lateral A. Lateral collateral Ligament
What is Bursitis? A. Inflammation of the knee B. Inflammation of the Bursa sac C. Tearing of ligaments in the Bursa B. Inflammation of the Bursa sac
The distal end of the femur has two slightly convex surfaces, called condyles. A. True B. False A. TRUU
The distal end of the femur has two slightly convex surfaces, called condyles. A. True B. False A. TRUU
ROM stands for what? Range of motion
Which of the following is not a common hip or pelvis injury? A. Hip Strain B. Injury to the coccyx C. Torn ACL D. Trochanteric Buristis C. Torn ACL
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