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3. Match the terms that follow with their definitions. ______ Force A. Force that causes motion ______ Vector B. Describes speed ______ Scalar C. Amount of matter a body contains ______ Mass D. Tendency of force to produce rotation ______Inertia E. Push or pull action ______ Kinetics F. Describes magnitude only ______Torque G. Resistive force between two.
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10. Identify the muscles that follow. A. Attaches to the coracoid process: _____ B. Attaches to the vertebral border of the scapula: 1) On the posterior surface: _____ 2) On the anterior surface: _____ C. Attaches to the superior angle of the scapula: _____ D. Attaches to the spine of the scapula: _____ E. Attaches at the.
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13. Enter the letter of the arteries of the extremities in Figure 7-3, A and B by the correct label below. You can also write the names of the structures on the figure. _________ Anterior tibial artery _________ Popliteal artery _________ Axillary artery _________ Posterior tibial artery _________ Brachial artery _________ Radial.
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3. Enter the letter by the structures in Figures 9-1 to 9-3 next to the correct label for that structure. You can also write the names of the structures on the figures. Scapula: Scapula: _____ Acromion process _____ Axillary border _____ Coracoid process _____ Glenoid fossa _____ Inferior angle _____ Spine _____ Superior angle.
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12. Match the arteries with the areas of the CNS that they supply. _________ Arterial system supplying blood to brain A. External carotid arteries _________ Supplies the occipital lobes B. Internal carotid arteries _________Joins the anterior and posterior cerebral arteries C. Basilar artery _________ Supplies the cerebellum, pons, and midbrain D. Posterior cerebral arteries     .
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1. Match the terms that follow with their definitions. ______ Mechanics A. Application of mechanics to the study of the structure and function of the human body ______ Biomechanics B. Factors associated with moving systems ______ Dynamics C. Study of forces and the motions they produce ______ Statics D. Factors associated with non moving.
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9. Using the descriptive terminology that follows, fill in the blanks in the sentences that follow. Use each term once. Medial Anterior Superior Deep Lateral Posterior Inferior Superficial A. The spine is on the _____ surface of the scapula. B. The vertebral border is on the _____ side of the scapula. C. The.
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2. Palpation of muscles: A. Locate the muscles that follow on the skeleton, anatomical models, and on at least one partner. • The information needed to palpate each muscle is provided in the tables that follow. • The position described for locating the muscle on your partner is usually the manual muscle test.
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17. Repeat propelling yourself up a ramp in the following ways using an amputee or reclining-back wheelchair. Figure 8-3 shows the difference between an amputee or reclining-back wheelchair and a standard wheelchair. If an amputee wheelchair is not available, add weighted cuffs to the footplates of a standard wheelchair. • Sitting.
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9. In some countries, women transport objects by carrying them on top of their heads. What happens to the center of gravity when an object is carried in this manner? ______ 10. Providing an ambulatory assistive device such as a walker ______the base of support and ______ overall stability. 11. Simple machine.
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8. Functional activity analysis:  In each chapter on the upper extremity, you will be analyzing the activity of placing a plate on a shelf in a cabinet and then removing the plate and placing it on the counter. Perform those tasks and then describe the position of the person’s scapula.
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POST-LAB QUESTIONS 1. List the shoulder girdle muscle(s) that attach to the ribs. _____ 2. List the shoulder girdle muscle(s) that attach to the vertebral border of the scapula. _____ 3. List the shoulder girdle muscle(s) that attach to the skull. _____ 4. List the shoulder girdle muscle(s) that attach to the vertebral column..
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11. Identify the muscles that follow according to their locations on the body. A. Which muscle is located between the rib cage and the scapula? _____ B. Which muscle lies deep to the pectoralis major? _____ C. Which muscle is the most superficial on the posterior upper back? _____ 12. Name the muscle innervated.
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4. Observe and palpate as your partner flexes his or her shoulder, starting in the anatomical position. A. List the scapular motion(s) you observed. _____ B. Place one hand along the vertebral border. Palpate the movement of the scapula as your partner repeats shoulder flexion. Describe what you felt. _____ C. Stabilize the.
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2. With your partner, perform the activities that follow and identify which type of force is being demonstrated. Linear force Parallel force Concurrent force Force couple Resultant force A. Stand next to your partner facing a table. Push the table forward. ______ B. You and your partner stand facing each other on opposite sides.
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12. Number the following structures sequentially as they are encountered by blood. Begin at the place where the systemic venous blood returns to the heart. _________ Lungs _________ Vena cavae _________ Left ventricle _________ Left atrium _________ Right ventricle _________ Pulmonary artery _________ Aorta _________ Pulmonic valve _________ Right atrium _________ Aortic valve _________ Tricuspid valve.
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5. On Figures 9-5 through 9-8: A. Using your own words, enter the origins and insertions of the muscles listed in the table. Figure 9-5 Upper trapezius _____ _____ Figure 9-5 Middle trapezius _____ _____ Figure 9-5 Lower trapezius _____ _____ Figure 9-6 Levator scapula _____ _____ Figure 9-6 Rhomboids _____ _____ Figure 9-7 Serratus anterior _____ _____ Figure 9-8 Pectoralis minor _____ _____ B. Label the origin and insertion of the muscle(s).
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5. Match the terms that follow with their definitions. ______ Inertia A. Tendency of a force to produce rotation about an axis ______ Torque B. Vector that describes speed ______ Friction C. Resistance to any change of its motion in either speed or direction ______ VelocityD. Force that tends to prevent motion of one.
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12. Sitting with your upper extremities in anatomical position, move your shoulder through full flexion range of motion so that your fingers are pointing directly overhead. A. The starting shoulder range of motion is ______, and the ending range of motion is ______ B. What is the “axis” of the motion? ______ C..
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1. In the table, indicate which bones make up each of the structures. Structures Scapula Clavicle Sternum Ribcage Humerus Shoulder complex _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Scapulothoracic articulation _____     _____   Shoulder girdle _____ _____       Shoulder join _____       _____   2. Define the terms that follow. Scapulohumeral rhythm: _____ Reversal of muscle action: _____.     .
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15. In the supine position, extend your shoulder from full flexion. First phase: Extend the shoulder from full flexion until the hand is pointing toward the ceiling. A. The starting range of motion is ______, and the ending range of motion is ______. B. Is the force producing the movement muscle or gravity?.
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10. Enter the letter by the structures in Figure 7-2, A and B next to the correct label for that structure. You can also write the names on the figure. _________ Ascending aorta _________ External iliac arteries _________ Brachiocephalic trunk artery and vein _________ External iliac vein _________, F Common carotid  arteries, R.
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16. The following activity involves sitting in a wheelchair and assessing how changes in COG and BOS affect stability and determining what happens when an inclined plane is added. For safety, have your partner stand behind the wheelchair as a spotter throughout this activity. A. Sit in a wheelchair with your.
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14. In the supine position, move your shoulder through full flexion range of motion, beginning in anatomical position. ATTENTION: The effect of gravity on the movement of shoulder flexion varies throughout the range. ______: Flex the shoulder from anatomical position until the hand is pointing toward the ceiling. A. The starting range of.
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