Functional Anatomy (spine, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Ankle and hand/elbow)

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1. Where do the lateral and medial colateral ligaments of the elbow insert and originate?

  • originate on the epicondyles of the humerus to the Radius and Ulna
  • originate on the epicondyles of the humerus to the Radius
  • originate on the condyles of the humerus to the Radius and ulna
  • originate on the condyles of the humerus to the Radius
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2. What does PCL ligament in the knee stand for and what type of ligament is it?

  • Positive Critical ligament - intracapsular
  • Posterior Critical ligament - intracapsular
  • Posterior Cruciate ligament - extracapsular
  • Positive Cruciate ligament - extracapsular

3. What main joint id the Gleniod Fossa?

  • The elbow (collectively)
  • The hip Socket
  • The shoulder Socket
  • The knee (collectively)

4. What are the 2 regions of a vertebral disc?

  • Annulus Fibrosis and Nucleus Pulposus
  • Annulus Pulposus and Nucleus Fibrosis
  • Fibrosis Annulus and Pulposus Nucleus
  • Fibrosis Nucleus and Pulposus Annulus

5. What are the Boney Processes associated with the knee?

  • Epicondyles, superior and inferior poles of the patella and tibial tuberosity
  • Condyles of the femur and tibia, superior and inferior poles of the patella and tibial tuberosity
  • Head of Femur, Head of Tibia and Patella bone
  • Head of Femur, Tibia, Fibula and Patella bone

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