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Anatomy 3 Quiz

Movements and anatomy 3 quiz questions

QuestionAnswer
How many vertabrae form the vertebral column? 24
Which section of the vertebral column is comprised of 12 vertabrae? Thoracic
Which portion of the spine is designed to support the weight of the upper body? Lumbar
Which muscle acts as an antogonist to the mutifidi during extension of the vertebral column Rectus Abdominis
Which muscle acts as a synergist with the internal oblique during flexion of the vertebral column? External Oblique
Which muscle acts as an antagonist to the rotatores dduring rotation of the vertebral column to the right side? Internal oblique on the left side
Further toward the back of the body Posterior
A structure of the arm or leg that is further away from the trunk Distal
Further toward the front of the body Anterior
A structure closer toward the head Superior
A structure closer toward the feet Inferior
A structure closer towards the body's surface Superficial
A structure of the arm or leg that is closer to the trunk Proximal
Closer to the midline of the body Medial
Futher away from the midline of the body Lateral
A structure deeper in the body Deep
When the head or vertebral column bend laterally to the side Lateral Flexion
A movement that brings a limb medially toward the body's midline Adduction
A movement bringing the radius and ulna parallel to one another Supination
Ankle movement such as letting off the car's gas pedal Dorsiflexion
A movement where the radius crosses over the ulna Pronation
A movement that moves a limb laterally away from the midline Abduction
A movement that bends a joint or brings bones closer together Flexion
A movement of the head and vertebral column along the transverse plane Rotation
A shoulder or hip turns in toward the midline Medial Rotation
A movement that straightens or open a joint Extension
Ankle movement such as stepping on the car's gas pedal Plantar Flexion
A combination of flexion, extension, adduction, and abduction Circumduction
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