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1

Which of the following structures is not associated with the knee joint?

a. glenoid labrum

b. patellar ligament

c. infrapatellar bursa

d. cruciate ligaments

e. tibial collateral ligament

a. glenoid labrum

2

Pads of fibrocartilage that extend into the space between articulating bones in the knee are called:

a. ligaments.

b. bursae.

c. articular capsules.

d. menisci.

e. gomphoses.

d. menisci.

3

The joint at which the atlas rotates around the axis is an example of a:

a. hinge joint.

b. ball-and-socket joint.

c. gliding joint.

d. saddle joint.

e. pivot joint.

e. pivot joint.

4

The inner layer of the articular capsule is the:

a. synovial membrane.

b. fibrous capsule.

c. bursa.

d. meniscus.

e. articular cartilage.

a. synovial membrane.

5

The ends of bones at synovial joints are covered with a protective ____________ layer of .

hyaline cartilage (articular cartilage)

6

Sac-like structures that reduce friction between body parts at joints are called ________________ .

bursae

7

Tipping the head backward at the atlanto-occipital joint is an example of hyperextension. (T/F)

True

8

Raising the arm to point straight ahead is an example of abduction. (T/F)

False (Raising the arm to point straight ahead is an example of flexion.)

9

The nerves that supply a joint are different from those that supply the skeletal muscles that move that joint. (T/F)

True

10

A shoulder dislocation is an injury to the acromioclavicular joint. (T/F)

False (A shoulder dislocation is an injury to the glenohumeral joint.)

11

The distal tibiofibular joint is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(3) syndesmosis

12

The pubic symphysis is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle

(2) gomphosis

(3) syndesmosis

(4) synovial, pivot

(5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage)

(6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage)

(7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis

(8) synovial, gliding

(9) synovial, hinge

(5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage)

13

The coronal suture is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis

14

The tooth in alveolar socket is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(2) gomphosis

15

The intercarpal joints is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(8) synovial, gliding

16

The elbow joint is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(9) synovial, hinge

17

The carpometacarpal joint of the thumb is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(1) synovial, saddle

18

The epiphyseal plate is an example of:

(1) synovial, saddle (2) gomphosis (3) syndesmosis (4) synovial, pivot (5) cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) (6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage) (7) fibrous joint, synarthrosis (8) synovial, gliding (9) synovial, hinge

(6) cartilaginous (hyaline cartilage)

19

Identify this joint.

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20

What is being indicted? 

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21

What type of joint is this? 

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22

What type of joint is this? 

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23

What type of joint is this? 

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24

What type of joint is this? 

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25

What type of joint is this? 

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26

Which of the following joints is responsible for supinationand pronationof the elbow? 

A. Humeroradial

B. Humeroulnar

C. Glenohumeral

D. Radio –ulnar

E. Radiocarpal

D. Radio –ulnar

27

Which of the following is a feature of the humeroscapular joint?

A. It’s articulating surfaces are made of fibrocartilage

B. It is reinforced by the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles

C. It is formed by the head of the humerusand the acromial process of the scapula

D. It only allows flexion and extension

E. It is a syndesmosis.

B. It is reinforced by the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles