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

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1. What main joint id the Gleniod Fossa?

  • The knee (collectively)
  • The elbow (collectively)
  • The shoulder Socket
  • The hip Socket
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2. What side of the hand is the Scaphoid carpel on?

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

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

  • originate on the condyles of the humerus to the Radius and ulna
  • 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

4. What are the 3 ligaments supporting the ankle?

  • Fibular lig. Tibial lig. and Talo lig.
  • Anterior Talofibular (ATFL) Calcaneofibula (CFL) Navicufibula (NFL)
  • Anterior Talofibular (ATFL) Calcaneofibula (CFL) Deltoid Ligament
  • Fibular lig. Tibial lig. and Calcanal lig.

5. What is Necrosis of the hand?

  • When the Scaphoid snaps and causes unbearable pain
  • When the Scaphoid grows too big and starts to inhibit movement
  • When the Scaphoid snaps and the bone dies from a blocked blood supply
  • When the Scaphoid blood vessel develops and blockage

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