Midterm notes

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Published on 13 Oct 2011
School
Simon Fraser University
Department
Biomedical Physio & Kines
Course
BPK 142
Professor
KIN STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS:
Osteology and Arthrology: (pg. 66)
1. -support body tissue
-Produce blood cells
-store minerals
-protect body organs
-provide areas for joint articulation
2. Draw long bone and its components
3. Surface Features of Bone:
-process: marked bony prominence (corocoid process, acromion process)
-head: prominent, rounded, articulating proximal end of a bone
-neck: constricted area between head and body
-fossa: flattened or shallow surface (ex. Subscapular fossa)
-tuberoisty: small rough process (any long bone)
-tubercle: small rounded process (in humerus)
-condyle: rounded articular prominence (in femur and tibia)
-epicondyle: a projection above a condyle (in humerus)
-trochanter: big process only in femur
LAB 10 (LEHSF pg. 154 – procedure 1)
1.
Trapezius:
oOriginates:
Base of skull
lower portion of cervical vertebrae
All of thoracic vertebrae
oInsertions:
posterior part of the clavical
top of spine of scapula
Serratus anterior:
oOriginates:
Surface of upper 9 ribs @ side of chest
oInsertion:
Anterior border of scapula
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Trochanter: marked bony prominence (corocoid process, acromion process) prominent, rounded, articulating proximal end of a bone constricted area between head and body flattened or shallow surface (ex. Subscapular fossa) small rough process (any long bone) small rounded process (in humerus) rounded articular prominence (in femur and tibia) a projection above a condyle (in humerus) big process only in femur. Top of spine of scapula: serratus anterior, originates, insertion: Surface of upper 9 ribs @ side of chest. 73: describe the functions of the muscular system!?!?! (pg. This enables movement in an individual regarding those joints: four structural limitations of flexibility: (lehsf flexibility lab) Tendons, ligaments, muscles, joint capsules: explain the function of the muscle pump !?!?!? (in the study guide) The action that assists venous return of blood to the heart. It involves muscle contractions which increases blood flow to muscles due to an increased need for oxygen. Study guide functional anatomy of bones, joints, and muscle (pg.

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