Chapter 8 Anatomy Study

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  • Topic: Joints, Knee, Synovial joint
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1.
The hip joint allows a greater freedom of movement than the shoulder joint. [pic][pic]A) True
[pic]B) False

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2.
Which of the following best describes the causes of common forms of arthritis? [pic][pic]A) Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease and osteoarthritis is caused by effects of aging. Feedback:

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[pic]B) Rheumatoid arthritis is caused by effects of aging and osteoarthritis is an autoimmune disease. [pic]C) Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are autoimmune diseases. [pic]D) Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are caused by effects of aging. [pic]E) Rheumatoid arthritis is a form of cancer and osteoarthritis is not. |Points Earned: |1.0/1.0 | |

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3.
A sprain involves
[pic][pic]A) overstretched or torn ligaments and tendons in a joint. [pic]B) overuse of a joint.
[pic]C) all of the above.
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[pic]D) inflammation of a synovial membrane.
[pic]E) inflammation of bursae.
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|Correct Answer(s): |A |

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4.
In rheumatoid arthritis
[pic][pic]A) all of the above
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[pic]B) the synovial membrane becomes inflamed and thickens, forming a mass. [pic]C) articular cartilage is damaged and fibrous tissue invades. [pic]D) fibrous tissues ossify and bones fuse.
[pic]E) the hands can look very deformed.
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|Correct Answer(s): |A |

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5.
Displacement and deformity of a joint is called
[pic][pic]A) sprain.
[pic]B) arthritis.
[pic]C) ankylosis.
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[pic]D) dislocation.
[pic]E) bursitis.
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|Correct Answer(s): |D |

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6.
Fluid-filled sacs containing synovial fluid are called
[pic][pic]A) menisci.
[pic]B) tendons.
[pic]C) ligaments.
[pic]D) peduncles.
[pic]E) bursae.
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7.
Joints
[pic][pic]A) all of the above
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[pic]B) often contain cartilage.
[pic]C) allow bones to grow.
[pic]D) enable body parts to move.
[pic]E) bind bones.
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8.
The coracohumeral ligament is associated with the
[pic][pic]A) shoulder joint.
[pic]B) large toe joint.
[pic]C) hip joint.
[pic]D) knee joint.
[pic]E) elbow joint.
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9.
Closed, fluid-filled sacs that act as cushions are called bursae. [pic][pic]A) True
[pic]B) False

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10.
The largest and most complex synovial joint is the
[pic][pic]A) hip joint.
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[pic]B) knee joint.
[pic]C) elbow joint.
[pic]D) finger joints.
[pic]E) shoulder joint.
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11.
Most of the joints in the ankle and wrist are
[pic][pic]A) fibrous joints.
[pic]B) hinge joints.
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[pic]C) condylar joints.
[pic]D) pivot joints.
[pic]E) plane joints.
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