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O p board review game

O&P Board Review Game

HIPS and THIGH

ELBOW and FOREARM

KNEE and LEG

FOOT and ANKLE

SHOULDER and ARM

GAIT CYCLE

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FINAL ROUND


Shoulder and arm 100 question
SHOULDER and ARM$100 Question

  • Which muscle acts to protract the scapula?

ANSWER


Shoulder and arm 100 answer
SHOULDER and ARM$100 Answer

Which muscle acts to protract the scapula?

Pectoralis minor


Shoulder and arm 200 question
SHOULDER and ARM$200 Question

  • What muscle originates on the acromion of the scapula?

ANSWER


Shoulder and arm 200 answer
SHOULDER and ARM$200 Answer

  • What muscle originates on the acromion of the scapula?

  • Deltoid


Shoulder and arm 300 question
SHOULDER and ARM$300 Question

  • What are the two origin points of the biceps brachii muscle?

ANSWER


Shoulder and arm 300 answer
SHOULDER and ARM$300 Answer

  • What are the two origin points of the biceps brachii muscle?

  • Coracoid process of the scapula

  • Intertubercular groove of the humerus


Shoulder and arm 400 question
SHOULDER and ARM$400 Question

  • Name an antagonist to the Pectoralis major for its adductor action.

ANSWER


Shoulder and arm 400 answer
SHOULDER and ARM$400 Answer

  • Name an antagonist to the Pectoralis major for its adductor action.

  • Supraspinatus

  • Deltoid


Shoulder and arm 500 question
SHOULDER and ARM$500 Question

  • Name the rotator cuff muscles and their insertions.

ANSWER


Shoulder and arm 500 answer
SHOULDER and ARM$500 Answer

  • Name the rotator cuff muscles and their insertions.

  • Supraspinatus: Greater tubercle of humerus

  • Infraspinatus: Greater tubercle of humerus

  • Teres minor: Greater tubercle of humerus

  • Subscapularis: Lesser tubercle of humerus


Elbow and forearm 100 question
ELBOW and FOREARM $100 Question

  • What is the name for the fibrous tissue band that runs around the wrist and can cause Carpel Tunnel Syndrome?

ANSWER


Elbow and forearm 100 answer
ELBOW and FOREARM $100 Answer

  • What is the name for the fibrous tissue band that runs around the wrist and can cause Carpel Tunnel Syndrome?

  • Flexor retinaculum


Elbow and forearm 200 question
ELBOW and FOREARM $200 Question

  • Name one muscle in the upper limb that crosses two joints.

ANSWER


Elbow and forearm 200 answer
ELBOW and FOREARM $200 Answer

  • Name one muscle in the upper limb that crosses two joints.

  • Triceps brachii

  • Biceps brachii


Elbow and forearm 300 question
ELBOW and FOREARM $300 Question

  • Name one supinator of the forearm.

ANSWER


Elbow and forearm 300 answer
ELBOW and FOREARM $300 Answer

  • Name one supinator of the forearm.

  • Biceps brachii

  • Supinator


Elbow and forearm 400 question
ELBOW and FOREARM $400 Question

  • Name three muscles that flex the elbow joint and name their antagonist.

ANSWER


Elbow and forearm 400 answer
ELBOW and FOREARM $400 Answer

  • Name three muscles that flex the elbow joint and name their antagonist.

  • Brachialis

  • Biceps brachii

  • Brachioradialis

  • Pronator teres

  • ANTAGONIST: Triceps brachii


Elbow and forearm 500 question
ELBOW and FOREARM $500 Question

  • Which muscles adduct the wrist?

ANSWER


Elbow and forearm 500 answer
ELBOW and FOREARM $500 Answer

  • Which muscles adduct the wrist?

  • Extensor carpi ulnaris

  • Flexor carpi ulnaris


Hips and thigh 100 question
Hips and Thigh$100 Question

  • The motions allowed by the hip include:

    • a. Flexion and Adduction

    • b. Abduction and Flexion

    • c. Flexion and Extension, Adduction and Abduction, Internal and External Rotation

    • d. External-Internal Anteversion, Abduction-Adduction, Flexion-Extension

    • e. Rotatory Extension and Flexion, with Flexo-Adduction and Extenso-Abduction

ANSWER


Hips and thigh 100 answer
Hips and Thigh$100 Answer

  • The motions allowed by the hip include:

    • a. Flexion and Adduction

    • b. Abduction and Flexion

    • c. Flexion and Extension, Adduction and Abduction, Internal and External Rotation

    • d. External-Internal Anteversion, Abduction-Adduction, Flexion-Extension

    • e. Rotatory Extension and Flexion, with Flexo-Adduction and Extenso-Abduction


Hips and thigh 200 question
Hips and Thigh$200 Question

  • Five hip flexors are:

  • a. Gluteus maximus, psoas major, tensor fascia latae

  • sartorius, rectus femoris

  • b. Psoas major, sartorius, vastus medialis,

  • vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius

  • c. Psoas major, sartorius, rectus

  • femoris, tensor fascia latae, gracilis

  • d Psoas major, sartorius, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis

  • e. Semitendinosus, semimembranosus, biceps

  • femoris, gracilis, sartorius

ANSWER


Hips and thigh 200 answer
Hips and Thigh$200 Answer

  • Five hip flexors are:

  • a. Gluteus maximus, psoas major, tensor fascia latae

  • sartorius, rectus femoris

  • b. Psoas major, sartorius, vastus medialis,

  • vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius

  • c. Psoas major, sartorius, rectus

  • femoris, tensor fascia latae, gracilis

  • d Psoas major, sartorius, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis

  • e. Semitendinosus, semimembranosus, biceps

  • femoris, gracilis, sartorius


Hips and thigh 300 question
Hips and Thigh$300 Question

  • Four hip extensors are:

    • a. Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae

    • b. Gluteus maximus, rectus femoris, sartorius, iliopsoas

    • c. Gastrocnemius, soleus, biceps femoris, extensor digitorum longus

    • d. Gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus

    • e. Gluteus maximus, biceps, semimaximus, rectus ejectus

ANSWER


Hips and thigh 300 answer
Hips and Thigh$300 Answer

  • Four hip extensors are:

    • a. Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae

    • b. Gluteus maximus, rectus femoris, sartorius, iliopsoas

    • c. Gastrocnemius, soleus, biceps femoris, extensor digitorum longus

    • d. Gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus

    • e. Gluteus maximus, biceps, semimaximus, rectus ejectus


Hips and thigh 400 question
Hips and Thigh$400 Question

  • What are three muscles that abduct the hip joint?

    • a. Adductor magnus, adductor longus, gracilis

    • b. piriformis, obturator longus, gracilis

    • c. Tensor fascia latae, gluteus medius, adductor longus

    • d. Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, tensor fascia latae

    • e. Gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, tensor fascia latae

ANSWER


Hips and thigh 400 answer
Hips and Thigh$400 Answer

  • What are three muscles that abduct the hip joint?

    • a. Adductor magnus, adductor longus, gracilis

    • b. piriformis, obturator longus, gracilis

    • c. Tensor fascia latae, gluteus medius, adductor longus

    • d. Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, tensor fascia latae

    • e. Gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, tensor fascia latae


Hips and thigh 500 question
Hips and Thigh$500 Question

  • Which muscles adduct the hip joint?

    • a. Adductor brevis, abductor longus, abductor magnus, pectineus, piriformis

    • b. Adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus, pectineus, gracilis

    • c. Tensor fascia latae, gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, adductor longus

    • d. Adductor longus and magnus only

ANSWER


Hips and thigh 500 answer
Hips and Thigh$500 Answer

  • Which muscles adduct the hip joint?

    • a. Adductor brevis, abductor longus, abductor magnus, pectineus, piriformis

    • b. Adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus, pectineus, gracilis

    • c. Tensor fascia latae, gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, adductor longus

    • d. Adductor longus and magnus only


Knee and leg 100 question
Knee and Leg$100 Question

  • Which of the following muscles have knee extension as their primary action?

    • a. Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus

    • b. Rectus femoris, Vastus lateralis, Vastus medialis, Vastus intermedius

    • c. Rectus femoris, Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus

    • d. Gluteus maximus, Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus

    • e. Vastus Lateralis, Vastus medialis,

    • Vastus intermedius, Sartorius

ANSWER


Knee and leg 100 answer
Knee and Leg$100 Answer

  • Which of the following muscles have knee extension as their primary action?

    • a. Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus

    • b. Rectus femoris, Vastus lateralis, Vastus medialis, Vastus intermedius

    • c. Rectus femoris, Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus

    • d. Gluteus maximus, Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus

    • e. Vastus Lateralis, Vastus medialis,

    • Vastus intermedius, Sartorius


Knee and leg 200 question
Knee and Leg$200 Question

  • The action of the Popliteus muscle is essentially _____________ .

    • a. Flexion of knee

    • b. Hip flexion

    • c. Extension of hip

    • d. External rotation of knee

    • e. Internal rotation of knee

ANSWER


Knee and leg 200 answer
Knee and Leg$200 Answer

  • The action of the Popliteus muscle is essentially _____________ .

    • a. Flexion of knee

    • b. Hip flexion

    • c. Extension of hip

    • d. External rotation of knee

    • e. Internal rotation of knee


Knee and leg 300 question
Knee and Leg$300 Question

  • The muscles located in the anterior compartment of the leg are:

  • a. Gluteus maximus, Biceps femoris,

  • Semimembranosus, Semitendinosus

  • b. Posterior tibialis, EDL, EHL

  • c. Vastus Lateralis, medialis, & intermedius

  • d. Anterior tibialis, EDL, EHL

ANSWER


Knee and leg 300 answer
Knee and Leg$300 Answer

  • The muscles located in the anterior compartment of the leg are:

  • a. Gluteus maximus, Biceps femoris,

  • Semimembranosus, Semitendinosus

  • b. Posterior tibialis, EDL, EHL

  • c. Vastus Lateralis, medialis, & intermedius

  • d. Anterior tibialis, EDL, EHL


Knee and leg 400 question
Knee and Leg$400 Question

  • The common name for the muscles of the anterior compartment of the leg are the:

    • a. Plantarflexors

    • b. Dorso-extensors

    • c. Pre-tibials

    • d. Gastrocsoleus group

    • e. Inverters

ANSWER


Knee and leg 400 answer
Knee and Leg$400 Answer

  • The common name for the muscles of the anterior compartment of the leg are the:

    • a. Plantarflexors

    • b. Dorso-extensors

    • c. Pre-tibials

    • d. Gastrocsoleus group

    • e. Inverters


Knee and leg 500 question
Knee and Leg$500 Question

  • The five muscles in the posterior compartment of the leg are:

  • a. FHL, Gastrocnemius, Posterior tibialis, Soleus, FDL

  • b. EHL, Gastrocnemius, Posterior tibialis, Soleus, FDL

  • c. FDL, Anterior tibialis, Gastrocnemius, Soleus,

  • Popliteus

  • d. EDL, Anterior tibialis, Gastrocnemius, Soleus, FHL

ANSWER


Knee and leg 500 answer
Knee and Leg$500 Answer

  • The five muscles in the posterior compartment of the leg are:

  • a. FHL, Gastrocnemius, Posterior tibialis, Soleus, FDL

  • b. EHL, Gastrocnemius, Posterior tibialis, Soleus, FDL

  • c. FDL, Anterior tibialis, Gastrocnemius, Soleus,

  • Popliteus

  • d. EDL, Anterior tibialis, Gastrocnemius, Soleus, FHL


Foot and ankle 100 question
FOOT and ANKLE$100 Question

  • What is the name of the muscle that extends the big toe?

ANSWER


Foot and ankle 100 answer
FOOT and ANKLE$100 Answer

  • What is the name of the muscle that extends the big toe?

  • Extensor Hallucis Longus


Foot and ankle 200 question
FOOT and ANKLE$200 Question

  • Name two muscles that produce plantarflexion.

ANSWER


Foot and ankle 200 answer
FOOT and ANKLE$200 Answer

  • Name two muscles that produce plantarflexion.

  • Gastrocnemius

  • Soleus

  • Plantaris

  • Tibialis posterior

  • FDL

  • FHL

  • Peroneus longus

  • Peroneus brevis


Foot and ankle 300 question
FOOT and ANKLE$300 Question

  • Name three muscles that produces foot eversion.

ANSWER


Foot and ankle 300 answer
FOOT and ANKLE$300 Answer

  • Name three muscles that produces foot eversion.

  • Peroneus longus

  • Peroneus brevis

  • Peroneus tertius


Foot and ankle 400 question
FOOT and ANKLE$400 Question

  • Name two muscles responsible for foot inversion.

ANSWER


Foot and ankle 400 answer
FOOT and ANKLE$400 Answer

  • Name two muscles responsible for foot inversion.

  • Tibialis anterior

  • Tibialis posterior


Foot and ankle 500 question
FOOT and ANKLE$500 Question

  • Name two muscles whose tendons run behind the lateral malleolus.

ANSWER


Foot and ankle 500 answer
FOOT and ANKLE$500 Answer

  • Name two muscles whose tendons run behind the lateral malleolus.

  • Peroneus longus

  • Peroneus brevis


Gait cycle 100 question
Gait Cycle$100 Question

  • At heel strike the anterior tibial group acts to:

    • a. Stabilize the knee

    • b. Prevent the foot from slapping on the ground

    • c. Flex the knee

    • d. Move the leg over the foot

    • e. Raise the ankle

ANSWER


Gait cycle 100 answer
Gait Cycle$100 Answer

  • At heel strike the anterior tibial group acts to:

    • a. Stabilize the knee

    • b. Prevent the foot from slapping on the ground

    • c. Flex the knee

    • d. Move the leg over the foot

    • e. Raise the ankle


Gait cycle 200 question
Gait Cycle$200 Question

  • The principle purpose of the quadriceps muscle group between the time the foot lands flat on the floor (with no weight) and midstance (when the foot takes on weight) is to:

    • a. Control the degree of knee flexion

    • b. Stabilize the pelvis

    • c. Extremely rotate the knee

    • d. Maintain the knee in flexion

    • e. Control dorsiflexion of the foot

ANSWER


Gait cycle 200 answer
Gait Cycle$200 Answer

  • The principle purpose of the quadriceps muscle group between the time the foot lands flat on the floor (with no weight) and midstance (when the foot takes on weight) is to:

    • a. Control the degree of knee flexion

    • b. Stabilize the pelvis

    • c. Extremely rotate the knee

    • d. Maintain the knee in flexion

    • e. Control dorsiflexion of the foot


Gait cycle 300 question
Gait Cycle $300 Question

  • In normal locomotion, which muscle group acts to decelerate the leg and stabilize the knee before heel strike?

    • a. Pretibial

    • b. Hamstrings

    • c. Quadriceps

    • d. Adductors

    • e. Flexors

ANSWER


Gait cycle 300 answer
Gait Cycle$300 Answer

  • In normal locomotion, which muscle group acts to decelerate the leg and stabilize the knee before heel strike?

    • a. Pretibial

    • b. Hamstrings

    • c. Quadriceps

    • d. Adductors

    • e. Flexors


Gait cycle 400 question
Gait Cycle$400 Question

  • During the midstance phase of gait (when the foot starts to bear weight), the gluteus medius acts to:

  • a. Control the degree of pelvic tilt

    • b. Control the degree of pelvic rotation

    • c. Stabilize the femur

    • d. Extend the hip joint

    • e. Force those not wary into submission

ANSWER


Gait cycle 400 answer
Gait Cycle$400 Answer

  • During the midstance phase of gait (when the foot starts to bear weight), the gluteus medius acts to:

    • a. Control the degree of pelvic tilt

    • b. Control the degree of pelvic rotation

    • c. Stabilize the femur

    • d. Extend the hip joint

    • e. Force those not wary into submission


Gait cycle 500 question
Gait Cycle$500 Question

  • In normal locomotion, which muscle group(s) act to stabilize the pelvis?

    • a. Hamstrings and Erector spinae

    • b. Hamstrings and pretibials

    • c. Hip extensors, Hip flexors

    • d. Hip extensors, Hip abductors

    • e. Hip adductors

ANSWER


Gait cycle 500 answer
Gait Cycle$500 Answer

  • In normal locomotion, which muscle group(s) act to stabilize the pelvis?

    • a. Hamstrings and Erector spinae

    • b. Hamstrings and pretibials

    • c. Hip extensors, Hip flexors

    • d. Hip extensors, Hip abductors

    • e. Hip adductors


Final round question
FINAL ROUND Question

  • What is the longest muscle in the body?

  • What is the largest muscle in the body?

  • What is the strongest muscle in the body?

ANSWER


Final round answer
FINAL ROUND Answer

  • What is the longest muscle in the body?

  • Sartorius

  • What is the largest muscle in the body?

  • Latissimus dorsi

  • What is the strongest muscle in the body?

  • Gluteus maximus