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K Quiz 1


Dynamic systems can be sub divided into two areas. They are: kinetics & kinematics
T or F Memorization is a good strategy for learning kines? false
the starting point for the body that allows individuals to discuss/describe movement and the location of anatomical structures is: anatomical position
a term that means close to the head is: cranial & cephalad
movement of an object around a fixed point is called ____ motion rotary & angular
____ is jt surface movement arthrokinematic
physiological movements of the wrist include: flexion (palmar flexion), ext (dorsiflexion), ulnar deviation, radial deviation
the sternum is ___ to the vertebral column anterior
a structure close to the head can by described by: cephalad & cranial
the pec major is a ____ mm of the upper torso superficial & anterior
what anatomical landmark on the scapula is the reference point for upward & downward rotation of the scapula? acromion process
the main shaft of a long bone is called the diaphysis
a rounded knuckle-like projection that is found ton the femur is called a _____ condyle
what plane is pronation of the forearm in transverse/horizontal
what plane is eversion of the ankle in frontal
what plane is abduction of the hip in frontal
what plane is flexion of the elbow in sagittal
what plane is IR of the shd in transverse/horizontal
what plane is lat bending of the trunk in frontal
putting your hand in your back pocket involves ____ of the shd jt internal rotation
putting your right ankle on the top of your left knee involves ____ of the hip external rotation
name the movements that take place at the forearm supination/pronation
a quantity described with both magnitude & direction is a: vector quantity
name the 3 laws of motion: law of inertia, law of acceleration, law of action-reaction
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