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Multiple Choice

1. Which of the following is not part of the shoulder girdle?

a. clavicle
b. sternum
c. scapula
d. none of the above

1. b. sternum

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2

Multiple Choice

2. The coronoid fossa is a:

a. depression on the thumb.
b. projection of the ulna.
c. region on the spine.
d. depression on the humerus.

2. d. depression on the humerus.

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3

Multiple Choice

3. The arm socket is the:
a. coronoid fossa.
b. olecranon fossa.
c. coracoid process.
d. glenoid cavity.

3. d. glenoid cavity.

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4

Multiple Choice

4. The bone on the thumb side of the forearm is the:

a. radius.
b. ulna.
c. carpal.
d. metacarpal.

4. a. radius.

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5

Multiple Choice

5. Of the five metacarpal bones, which forms the most freely movable joint with the carpal bones?

a. index finger
b. small finger
c. ring finger
d. thumb

5. d. thumb

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6

Multiple Choice

6. Which two bones compose the shoulder girdle?

a. clavicle and sternum
b. clavicle and scapula
c. clavicle and 3rd vertebra
d. clavicle and humerus

6. b. clavicle and scapula

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7

True or False

7. ______ The two bones that form the framework of the forearm are the radius and ulna.

7. True

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8

True or False

8. ______ The wrist is composed of small bones called metacarpals.

8. False

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9

True or False

9. ______ The medial forearm bone in the anatomical position is the ulna.

9. True

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10

True or False

10. ______ The most evident carpal bone is the triquetrum.

10. False

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11

Multiple Choice

11. Which of the following is not one of the bones of the pelvic girdle?

a. ilium
b. acetabulum
c. ischium
d. pubis

11. b. acetabulum

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12

Multiple Choice

12. The greater trochanter is a bony landmark of the:

a. femur.
b. tibia.
c. pubis.
d. ramus.

12. a. femur.

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13

Multiple Choice

13. During childbirth the infant passes through an imaginary plane called the:

a. pelvic outlet.
b. symphysis pubis.
c. pelvic brim.
d. ilium.

13. a. pelvic outlet.

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14

Multiple Choice

14. Which of the following is not a tarsal bone?

a. talus
b. cuneiform
c. scaphoid
d. navicular

14. c. scaphoid

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15

Multiple Choice

15. The strongest and lowermost portion of the coxal bones is the:

a. ilium.
b. ischium.
c. pubis.
d. pubic symphysis.

15. b. ischium.

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16

True or False

16. ______ The largest coxal bone is the ischium.

16. False

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17

True or False

17. ______ The most distal portion of the fibula is composed of a bony landmark called the medial malleolus.

17. False

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18

True or False

18. ______ The longitudinal arch refers to a structure within the pelvic inlet.

18. False

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19

True or False

19. ______ Each toe contains three phalanges.

19. False

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20

True or False

20. ______ The fibula is also known as the shin bone.

20. False

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21

Matching

21. ______ elongated forehead

a. male skeleton
b. female skeleton

21. b. female skeleton

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22

Matching

22. ______ small pelvic inlet

a. male skeleton
b. female skeleton

22. a. male skeleton

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23

Matching

23. ______ subpubic angle less than 90 degrees

a. male skeleton
b. female skeleton

23. a. male skeleton

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24

Matching

24. ______ more massive muscle attachment sites

a. male skeleton
b. female skeleton

24. a. male skeleton

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25

Matching

25. ______ more movable coccyx

a. male skeleton
b. female skeleton

25. b. female skeleton

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26

Matching

33. ______ coxal

a. ischium
b. scapula
c. olecranon process
d. symphysis pubis
e. greater trochanter
f. calcaneus
g. glenoid cavity
h. ilium
i. medial malleolus
j. acetabulum

33. a. ischium; d. symphysis pubis; h. ilium; AND j. acetabulum

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Matching

34. ______ femur

a. ischium
b. scapula
c. olecranon process
d. symphysis pubis
e. greater trochanter
f. calcaneus
g. glenoid cavity
h. ilium
i. medial malleolus
j. acetabulum

34. e. greater trochanter

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Matching

35. ______ ulna

a. ischium
b. scapula
c. olecranon process
d. symphysis pubis
e. greater trochanter
f. calcaneus
g. glenoid cavity
h. ilium
i. medial malleolus
j. acetabulum

35. c. olecranon process

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29

Matching

36. ______ tarsals

a. ischium
b. scapula
c. olecranon process
d. symphysis pubis
e. greater trochanter
f. calcaneus
g. glenoid cavity
h. ilium
i. medial malleolus
j. acetabulum

36. f. calcaneus

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37. ______ scapula

a. ischium
b. scapula
c. olecranon process
d. symphysis pubis
e. greater trochanter
f. calcaneus
g. glenoid cavity
h. ilium
i. medial malleolus
j. acetabulum

37. g. glenoid cavity

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