Anatomy & Physiology 08 Appendicular Skeleton

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23 Pages
2014
English US
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Sample Questions from the Anatomy & Physiology 08 Appendicular Skeleton Quiz

Question: How many bones fuse in adulthood to form the hip bone?

Choices:

2

3

4

5

Question: Which feature lies between the spine and superior border of the scapula?

Choices:

suprascapular notch

glenoid cavity

superior angle

supraspinous fossa

Question: The radius bone ________.

Choices:

is found on the medial side of the forearm

has a head that articulates with the radial notch of the ulna

does not articulate with any of the carpal bones

has the radial tuberosity located near its distal end

Question: What structure is an extension of the spine of the scapula?

Choices:

acromion

coracoid process

supraglenoid tubercle

glenoid cavity

Question: Which part of the clavicle articulates with the manubrium?

Choices:

shaft

sternal end

acromial end

coracoid process

Question: Which is the lateral-most carpal bone of the proximal row?

Choices:

trapezium

hamate

pisiform

scaphoid

Question: How many bones are there in the upper limbs combined?

Choices:

20

30

40

60

Question: Which bony landmark is located on the lateral side of the proximal humerus?

Choices:

greater tubercle

trochlea

lateral epicondyle

lesser tubercle

Question: Which region of the humerus articulates with the radius as part of the elbow joint?

Choices:

trochlea

styloid process

capitulum

olecranon process

Question: Name the short, hook-like bony process of the scapula that projects anteriorly.

Choices:

acromial process

clavicle

coracoid process

glenoid fossa

Question: A shoulder separation results from injury to the ________.

Choices:

glenohumeral joint

costoclavicular joint

acromioclavicular joint

sternoclavicular joint

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