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quiz on arm and hand muscles
Quiz on Arm and Hand Muscles

Directions:

Please answer the questions shown in the following slides. When you have answered incorrectly, you will be taken back to the previous slide. If you answer correctly you will proceed to the next slide. Please feel free to take this quiz as many times as you wish.

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

1 what side of the arm is showing in this illustration
1. What side of the arm is showing in this illustration?
  • Anterior
  • Posterior

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

2 what is the muscle located at the upper portion of the illustration
2. What is the muscle located at the upper portion of the illustration?
  • The triceps
  • The biceps
  • The anconeus

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

3 the bones shown in the illustration below depicts a frontal view of the elbow joint
3. The bones shown in the illustration below depicts a frontal view of the elbow joint
  • True
  • False

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

4 the tendon shown in the illustration below is the distal part of the triceps muscle
4. The tendon shown in the illustration below is the distal part of the triceps muscle
  • True
  • False

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

5 what is the muscle just below the elbow joint to the left side of this illustration
5. What is the muscle just below the elbow joint to the left side of this illustration?
  • The anconeus
  • The pronator teres
  • The supinator
  • None of the above

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

6 what is the muscle shown on the arm in the illustration below
6. What is the muscle shown on the arm in the illustration below?
  • a. The triceps
  • The bicepts
  • The brachioradialis

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

7 what is are the origination point s to the arm muscle shown below
7. What is/are the origination point(s) to the arm muscle shown below?
  • The supra glenoid fossa of scapula
  • The coracoid process of scapula
  • The olecranon process
  • a & b
  • b & c

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

8 what is the insertion point to the muscle shown in at the top of the illustration below
8. What is the insertion point to the muscle shown in at the top of the illustration below?
  • The olecranon process
  • The ulnar tuberosity
  • The radial tuberosity
  • None of the above

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

9 what is the name of the broad ligamentous sheath surrounding the wrist in this illustration below
9. What is the name of the broad ligamentous sheath surrounding the wrist in this illustration below?
  • The flexor retinaculum
  • The extensor retinaculum
  • The pronator quadratus
  • The extrinsics

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

10 what action is involved when the muscles in the illustration are contracted
10. What action is involved when the muscles in the illustration are contracted?
  • Extension of the hand and fingers
  • Flexion of the hand and fingers
  • Both a & b

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

11 what are the actions involved with the arm muscle shown in the illustration below
11. What are the actions involved with the arm muscle shown in the illustration below?
  • Extension of the arm at the elbow
  • Flexion of the arm at the elbow
  • Supination
  • Both b & c

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

12 the four sided muscle shown at the top on the wrist is the
12. The four sided muscle shown at the top on the wrist is the
  • Supinator
  • Pronator quadratus
  • Brachioradialis
  • Anconeus

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

13 the muscles shown in this illustration are extrinsic muscles of the hand
13. The muscles shown in this illustration are extrinsic muscles of the hand.
  • True
  • False

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

14 the triangular muscle at the bottom of this illustration is responsible for
14. The triangular muscle at the bottom of this illustration is responsible for
  • Supination
  • Pronation
  • Flexion of the elbow

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

15 this illustration depicts an posterior view of the lower arm
15. This illustration depicts an posterior view of the lower arm.
  • True
  • False

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

16 these muscles are responsible for extension of the hand and fingers
16. These muscles are responsible for extension of the hand and fingers.
  • True
  • False

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

17 what is the insertion point of the supinator muscle shown below
17. What is the insertion point of the supinator muscle shown below
  • The ulna
  • The radius
  • The humerus

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

18 what actions are made on contraction of the muscles in this illustration
18. What actions are made on contraction of the muscles in this illustration?
  • Extension of the hand and arm at the elbow
  • Flexion of the hand and arm at the elbow

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

19 what actions are made on contraction of the muscles in this illustration
19. What actions are made on contraction of the muscles in this illustration?
  • a. Extension of the hand and arm at the elbow joint
  • b. Flexion of the hand and arm at the elbow joint

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

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20. What muscle is shown in this illustration located below the elbow on the lateral side on the forearm?
  • a. The anconeus
  • The brachiaradialis
  • The pronator teres

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

21 what is the ligamentous band shown in this illustration
21. What is the ligamentous band shown in this illustration?
  • The flexor retinaculum
  • The extensor retinaculum
  • The pronator quadratus

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

22 what are the two actions involved in the muscle shown on the arm in this illustration
22. What are the two actions involved in the muscle shown on the arm in this illustration?
  • Flexion and pronation
  • Extension and supination
  • Extension and pronation
  • Flexion and supination

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

23 what is the distal attachment insertion point of this arm muscle
23. What is the distal attachment (insertion point) of this arm muscle?
  • The radial tuberosity
  • The olecranon process of the ulna
  • The supracondyle of the humerus

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University

24 what is the action of the muscle below the elbow on the right side of the illustration below
24. What is the action of the muscle below the elbow on the right side of the illustration below?
  • Flexion
  • Extention
  • Supination
  • Pronation

By Robert Pankey

Texas State University