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what makes up the thorax? sternum, ribs, thoracic vertebra, costal cartilages
true ribs make up the: 1st 7 ribs
the ribs make contact with the thoracic vertebra on the _____ and _____ transverse process, body
T or F As you breath in, the rib cage moves up and out true
T or F the diaphragm is the main mm of expiration. it assists by moving downward and out of the way when a person is exhaling. false diaphragm is involved in inspiration
the _____ are the major mm for quiet inhalation diaphragm, internal intercostals
expiration is mostly a passive process. however when one tries to forcibly exhale which of the following mm play a role external oblique, internal oblique, quadratus lumborum
T or F the concave curves are considered the primary curves true
when the ASIS are higher than the PSIS, the pelvis is in: a posterior tilt
T or F the better a person's posture the less work the mm of the body have to do. true
from a lateral view, a plumb line should pass: _____ the ear lobe thru
from a lateral view, a plumb line should pass: _____ tip of the acromion process thru
from a lateral view, a plumb line should pass: _____ to the hip jt posterior
from a lateral view, a plumb line should pass: _____ to the knee jt posterior
from a lateral view, a plumb line should pass: _____ to the ankle jt anterior
T or F As a person leans fwd, pressure in the disk decreases false
T or F Standing creates less pressure in the vertebral disk than sitting with good posture. true
if a person had a facet jt problem a flexed/extended sitting position would be more desirable. However, if a person had a vertebral disk prob a flex/ext sitting position would be more desirable. flexed, ext
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