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KINE 2031 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nuchal Ligament, Jugular Foramen, Lumbar Vertebrae

Kinesiology & Health Science
Course Code
KINE 2031
Neil Smith
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1. Which is not a function of the skeletal system?
a) Short bones anchoring or acting as levers for muscles
b) Storing minerals
c) Hematopoiesis
d) Support and protect the body
e) None of the above
2. Which of the following descriptions appropriately describes the lamina?
a) The part that joins the body to the transverse process
b) The lateral opening between the vertebrae for spinal nerves
c) The part that joins the transverse process to the spinous process
d) The part that articulates with an adjacent vertebrae
3. Only one series of vertebrae have transverse foramen; which one is it?
a) Cervical vertebrae
b) Thoracic vertebrae
c) Lumbar vertebrae
d) Fused sacral bone(s)
4. The “Yes” upward-downward movement of the head occurs between which two
a) C1 and C2
b) C6 and C7
c) This movement does not occur between two vertebrae
5. The lumbar vertebrae are restricted in movement in which plane?
a) Sagittal
b) Coronal
c) Transverse
d) Mid-sagittal
e) None of the above; the lumbar vertebrae can move in every plane
6. Which of the following is the inferior opening of the sacral canal?
a) Media crest
b) Inferior sacral fossa
c) Sacral hiatus
d) All of the above
7. Which suture outlines the occipital bone?
a) Squamosal
b) Sagittal
c) Coronal
d) Lambdoidal
8. Which of the following passes through the jugular foramen?
a) Internal jugular vein
b) External jugular vein
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c) Some cranial nerves
d) A and C
e) All of the above
9. The ligamentum nuchae attaches to which landmark on the skull?
a) Occipital condyles
b) Mastoid process
c) External occipital protuberance
d) Sella turcica
10. Which ligament joins the lateral sides of the spines of the vertebrae?
a) Ligamentum flavum
b) Supraspinous ligament
c) Ligamentum nuchae
d) Anterior longitudinal ligament
e) Lateral longitudinal ligament
f) Interspinous ligament
11. The sternal angle is a landmark of what significance?
a) Medial attachment of the 2nd rib
b) Divider between the Manubrium and the Body
c) Divider between the Body and the Xiphoid Process
d) Split of the Primary into Secondary Bronchii
e) A & B
f) A & C
g) A, B, & D
12. Which of the following have a Coronoid process?
a) Scapula
b) Mandible
c) Ulna
d) Humerus
e) All of the above
f) Three of the above
g) A & C
h) A & B

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i) B & C
13. A woman injures her knee. After she lies on her back and you flex her knee to a 90
degree angle, you find that the tibia can be moved anterior to the knee joint if it is pulled
towards your body. What is the injury likely to be?
a) A broken screw-home mechanism
b) A Posterior Cruciate Ligament tear
c) An Anterior Cruciate Ligament tear
d) A Meniscus tear
e) A Patellar Ligament tear
14. Why is the Acromioclavicular joint necessary?
a) It allows for added range of motion for the Humerus within the Glenoid fossa
b) It allows added range of movement for the Scapula along the Scapulothoracic
c) It allows for support when breaking a fall with your hands
d) All of the above
e) A & B
f) B & C
15. Which of the following are considered lateral ligaments of the ankle?
a) Posterior Talofibular ligament
b) Calcaneofibular ligament
c) Anterior Talofibular ligament
d) All of the above
e) A & C
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