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

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1. What is Necrosis of the hand?

  • When the Scaphoid snaps and the bone dies from a blocked blood supply
  • When the Scaphoid snaps and causes unbearable pain
  • When the Scaphoid grows too big and starts to inhibit movement
  • When the Scaphoid blood vessel develops and blockage
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2. Which ligament(s) hold the shoulder in place?

  • Acromioclavicular, Coracoacromial, Coracoclavicular
  • Deltoid and Gleniod ligaments
  • Deltoid Ligaments
  • Glenoid and Corocoid ligaments

3. What type of bone is the Patella?

  • Sesimoid bone
  • Flat Bone
  • Floating bone
  • Knee Bone

4. What side of the hand is the Scaphoid carpel on?

  • Thumb side
  • Pinky side
  • Palm up side
  • back of hand

5. Which 3 bones make up the Hip socket?

  • Ishium, Ilium and Pubis
  • Ischial Tuberosity, Lesser Trochanter and AIIS
  • Hip, Femur and Pelvis
  • Iliac Crests, ASIS and Greater Trochanter

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