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The most superficial muscle of the anterior abdominal wall is what? External Oblique
The extensor muscles of the upper limb lie almost exclusively to what region of that limb? Posterior
The prime mover for trunk flexion when doing a sit-up is what? Rectus Abdominis
What is surface anatomy? The study of the structural relationships of the external features of the body to the internal organs and parts.
A prime mover for flexing the forearm at the elbow is: Brachialis
Which forearm muscle is absent in about 30% of individuals? Palmaris Longus
The spine of which vertebra is most prominent in the posterior midline of the neck? C7
A prime mover for extending the arm at the shoulder is the: Latissimus dorsi
An inguinal hernia would be found where? superior to the inguinal ligament or in the scrotum
Where is the best site to listen to lung sounds? The triangle of ausculation
Which muscle originates on both the spine of the scapula and the clavicle? Deltoid
A synergistic muscle is what? Works better with another muscle than on its own
Which blood vessel lies deep to the sternocleidomastoid muscle? Common Carotid Artery
A muscle whose fibers occupy the thenar eminence is the: Opponens pollicis
In the neck, the hyoid bone can be felt where? between the thyroid cartilage and the tracheal rings
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