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Muscles of the Upper Extremity
PE 5309 Online Practice
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1. What is the name of these
scapular muscles?
2. What action would this muscle
contribute to?
3. What muscle is illustrated in
the graphic below?
4. What is the name of this
muscle illustrated below?
5. Name the muscle shown
below
6. What is the muscle shown in
the illustration to the far right?
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It contributes to the action shown in the
movie below
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7. What movement would this
illustrated muscle perform?
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8. What movement would this
anterior scapular muscle contribute to?
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9. What muscle is shown
attached medially to the scapula?
10. What deep posterior muscle
group is the arrow pointing to?
11. What muscle is shown most
superficially between the ribs
12. What muscle is being palpated
in the illustration below?
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13. What action is being tested
in the movie below?
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14. What muscle is being tested?
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15. What muscle is being
palpated below?
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16. Name a muscle that is being
tested below
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17. What muscle is being
palpated below?
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18. What deep posterior muscle
is being palpated below?
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19. What action does the muscle on
the right side of the neck perform?
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20. What is the name of this
muscle?
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21. What is the name of the external
rotator muscle being palpated below?
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22. What superficial scapular
muscle is at this location?
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23. This muscle has four parts. What is
the name and part being palpated?
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24. What action does this
scapular muscle perform?
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25. Where are the transversopinalis
muscles located?
26. Where are the external
obliques located?
27. Primary muscle of abdomen used
in performing set ups (to 45 degrees)?
28. Intercostal muscles used for
inspiration?
29. Large sheath type muscle primarily
responsible for depression of the abdomen?
30. Muscle primarily responsible for inhalation
and exhalation at base of thoracic cavity?
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31. Line of pull of external intercostal
muscle? (with or at an angle to the sternum?)
32. Depression of thoracic cavity increases
or decreases thoracic pressure?
33. What is the characteristic of the diaphragm
on inspiration? (contracted or relaxed)?
34. Deep posterior muscles responsible
for erection or hyperextension of spine?
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35. Muscles at posterior - base of
skull responsible for assisting
lateral flexion, extension and
some circumduction of skull?
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36. Bandage muscle - responsible for
lateral flexion of head and extension?
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37. Posterior Muscles, inserting on
ribs - top and bottom, assist on rib
depression, elevation?
38. Ligament at base of thorax,
serves as insertion to abdominal
muscles?
39. Muscles of abdomen responsible
for lateral flexion of spine?
40. One abdominal muscle rotates same
side and laterally flexes to that side?
41. One abdominal muscle rotates opposite
of the side it flex is toward laterally?
42. Movement with gravity Positive or Negative? Eccentric
or Concentric?
43. A type of muscle which
anchors or stabilizes a bone?
44. A type of muscle which contracts
opposite to the joint action?
45. The muscle which posses
tendenous inscriptions.
46. Insertion of the rectus
abdominis?
47. Movement for shrugging the
shoulders?
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48. Shoulder movement in
military press?
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49. Shoulder movement for
rowing a boat?
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What deep posterior muscles
perform this movement?
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