False

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Increase in muscle size is known
as atrophy.
• True
• False
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Increase in muscle size is known
as atrophy.
• True
• False
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Which of the following is classified
as a repetitive strain injury?
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Tennis elbow
Rhabdomyoma
Rotator cuff tear
Myasthenia gravis
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Which of the following is classified
as a repetitive strain injury?
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•
•
•
Tennis elbow
Rhabdomyoma
Rotator cuff tear
Myasthenia gravis
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Patients with Parkinson’s disease who move
with slow, shuffling movements have the
muscle condition known as:
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Restless legs syndrome
Myalgia
Contracture
Bradykinesia
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Patients with Parkinson’s disease who move
with slow, shuffling movements have the
muscle condition known as:
•
•
•
•
Restless legs syndrome
Myalgia
Contracture
Bradykinesia
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Lateral epicondylitis is a
repetitive strain injury known as:
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•
Myositis
Myasthenia gravis
Deep tendon reflex
Tennis elbow
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Lateral epicondylitis is a
repetitive strain injury known as:
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•
•
•
Myositis
Myasthenia gravis
Deep tendon reflex
Tennis elbow
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The inability to coordinate voluntary
movements, as found in someone with
cerebral palsy, is known as:
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•
Polymyositis
Ataxia
Fascia
Supination
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The inability to coordinate voluntary
movements, as found in someone with
cerebral palsy, is known as:
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•
•
•
Polymyositis
Ataxia
Fascia
Supination
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A genetic disorder that causes
progressive weakness is known as:
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Muscular dystrophy
Myalgia
Contracture
Dyskinesia
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A genetic disorder that causes
progressive weakness is known as:
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•
•
•
Muscular dystrophy
Myalgia
Contracture
Dyskinesia
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Select the misspelled word.
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•
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Rhabdomyosarcoma
Ganglian
Dyskinesia
Tremor
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Select the misspelled word.
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•
•
•
Rhabdomyosarcoma
Ganglian
Dyskinesia
Tremor
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Hyperkinesis is the opposite of:
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Tremor
Ataxia
Bursitis
Bradykinesia
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Hyperkinesis is the opposite of:
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Tremor
Ataxia
Bursitis
Bradykinesia
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A flexed and nearly immovable position
of a muscle is known as a/an:
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•
Contusion
Contracture
Avulsion
Strain
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A flexed and nearly immovable position
of a muscle is known as a/an:
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•
•
•
Contusion
Contracture
Avulsion
Strain
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A rhabdomyoma is a benign tumor of the
muscle and a rhabdomyosarcoma is a
malignant tumor of the tendon.
• True
• False
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A rhabdomyoma is a benign tumor of the
muscle and a rhabdomyosarcoma is a
malignant tumor of the tendon.
• True
• False
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Suturing of a torn tendon is a
surgical procedure known as:
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•
•
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Electromyography
Range of motion
Tenorrhaphy
Myorrhaphy
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Suturing of a torn tendon is a
surgical procedure known as:
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•
•
•
Electromyography
Range of motion
Tenorrhaphy
Myorrhaphy
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An assistive device is one that
can help a patient:
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Perform ADLs
Meet the requirements of the ADA
Have a positive DTR
Decrease ROM
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An assistive device is one that
can help a patient:
•
•
•
•
Perform ADLs
Meet the requirements of the ADA
Have a positive DTR
Decrease ROM
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A percussion hammer is used to
test:
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Muscle strength
The presence of a contraction
Muscle size
Deep tendon reflexes
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A percussion hammer is used to
test:
•
•
•
•
Muscle strength
The presence of a contraction
Muscle size
Deep tendon reflexes
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When the deep tendon reflexes are tested, the impulse from
tapping the patellar tendon goes to the brain and the brain
makes a conscious decision to extend the leg.
• True
• False
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When the deep tendon reflexes are tested, the impulse from
tapping the patellar tendon goes to the brain and the brain
makes a conscious decision to extend the leg.
• True
• False
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There are three types of muscles in the
body: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth.
• True
• False
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There are three types of muscles in the
body: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth.
• True
• False
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Are smooth muscles voluntary?
• Yes
• No
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Are smooth muscles voluntary?
• Yes
• No
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Skeletal muscle cells are
characterized by their:
• Pronounced color bands of striation
• Less pronounced color bands of
striation
• Lack of color bands of striation
• Single nuclei
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Skeletal muscle cells are
characterized by their:
• Pronounced color bands of striation
• Less pronounced color bands of
striation
• Lack of color bands of striation
• Single nuclei
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The portion of a muscle that is attached to a
stationary or nearly stationary bone is the:
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•
•
•
Tendon
Ligament
Origin
Insertion
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The portion of a muscle that is attached to a
stationary or nearly stationary bone is the:
•
•
•
•
Tendon
Ligament
Origin
Insertion
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The muscle is attached to a
bone by a:
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•
•
•
Fascia
Tendon
Bursa
Ligament
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The muscle is attached to a
bone by a:
•
•
•
•
Fascia
Tendon
Bursa
Ligament
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The word for a straight muscle is:
•
•
•
•
Temporalis
Hallucis
Rectus
Flexor
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The word for a straight muscle is:
•
•
•
•
Temporalis
Hallucis
Rectus
Flexor
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When your outstretched arm has the
palm down, this is known as:
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•
•
•
Rotation
Insertion
Pronation
Flexion
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When your outstretched arm has the
palm down, this is known as:
•
•
•
•
Rotation
Insertion
Pronation
Flexion
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Skeletal muscles are also known
as __________ muscles.
•
•
•
•
Fascial
Cardiac
Involuntary
Voluntary
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Skeletal muscles are also known
as __________ muscles.
•
•
•
•
Fascial
Cardiac
Involuntary
Voluntary
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Moving your head to indicate “yes” and then
to indicate “no” would correspond to which
two movements?
•
•
•
•
Contraction and relaxation
Flexion and rotation
Elevation and circumduction
Supination and extension
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Moving your head to indicate “yes” and then
to indicate “no” would correspond to which
two movements?
•
•
•
•
Contraction and relaxation
Flexion and rotation
Elevation and circumduction
Supination and extension
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If you point your toe like a ballet dancer,
you would be doing which movement?
•
•
•
•
Rotation
Abduction
Plantar flexion
Inversion
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If you point your toe like a ballet dancer,
you would be doing which movement?
•
•
•
•
Rotation
Abduction
Plantar flexion
Inversion
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The pectoralis major muscle is
located in the:
•
•
•
•
Buttocks
Chest
Forearm
Thigh
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The pectoralis major muscle is
•
•
•
•
Buttocks
Chest
Forearm
Thigh
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The combining form muscul/o- has the same
meaning as which combining form?
•
•
•
•
Ten/oMalign/oContract/oMy/o-
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The combining form muscul/o- has the same
meaning which combining form?
•
•
•
•
Ten/oMalign/oContract/oMy/o-
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The suffix -ceps means head.
• True
• False
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The suffix -ceps means head.
• True
• False
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All of the following suffixes mean
pertaining to EXCEPT:
•
•
•
•
-ous
-or
-ary
-al
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All of the following suffixes mean
pertaining to EXCEPT:
•
•
•
•
-ous
-or
-ary
-al
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The suffix -oma means:
•
•
•
•
Muscle
Tumor or mass
Contraction
Weakness
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The suffix -oma means:
•
•
•
•
Muscle
Tumor or mass
Contraction
Weakness
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