attaches to shoulder girdle and radial tuberosity and allows you to flex your forearm
deep to brachii and biceps and allows elbow flexion by lifting the ulna as the biceps lifts the radius
attaches to humerus and digits and its function is to extend the wrist joint
location/structure; runs straight down the thigh (middle), only muscle that crosses the hip, function; helps with thigh flexion-extending the knee and flexing the hip
aka tailor's muscle, longest muscle in the body, helps to flex and rotate your hip and flex your knee ex. Sit with on leg crossed over the other then it would be in action; anterior compartment of thigh- runs from hip flexor and over the knee joint
function; assists with extending knee joint and stabilizing the patella, attaches to outer border of the patella, location/structure; on lateral side of the thigh, largest muscle of the quadriceps
a large fan-shaped muscle located in the posterior hip, extending from the ilium to the proximal femur. is the prime mover of abduction at hip joint.
is a thick fleshy muscle with a quadrangular shape. It is a large muscle and plays a prominent role in the maintenance of keeping the upper body erect
a muscle of the posterior compartment of the thigh, and lies in the posterolateral aspect The primary function is flexion of the knee
larger bone of the lower leg
Movable bone of the skull
stationary bone of the lower arm
largest bone in the body
Bone of the fingers and toes
smaller bone of the lower leg
Temple bone in cranium
lower back of the vertebrae
cheek and the outer side of the eye socket
several tubular bones between the wrist (carpal) bones
Fused bones of the lower vertebrae
inside part of the hips
eight bones of the wrist that form the articulation of the forearm with the hand.
cluster of seven articulating bones in each foot
Most Superior part of the vertebrae
the five long bones found in each foot
Ribs part of the vertebrae
uppermost and largest part of the hip bone
Upper arm bone
What is the bone in your head called?
What is the main function of the rib cage?
What allows movement to occur when two bones meet?
Where does blood production take place?
What attaches to the skeleton to also aid movement?
The structural shape determines the what of a person?
What is the largest bone in the body called?
What bones are in our fingers?
What connects bone to bone?
What is the funny bone's anatomical name?
Underneath the trapezius, on side and back of neck
Abduction and lateral rotation of scapula
Anterior upper broad area of chest
Over head of humerus
Most common in football players and wrestlers
Herniated or slipped disc
Pinched nerve in the neck
Least mobile vertebrae
Flexion- causes wedge compression
Strongest and largest vertebrae
Fuses vertebrae together
Irritation of the large nerve- pain down leg
Depresses shoulder, abducts scapula
An agitation to the brain
Types of _______: lordosis, kyphosis, scoliosis
Torn or stretched muscles in lower back
Elevation, adduction and medial rotation of scapula
Give mobility & flexibility to spine- true joints
Make up the spinal cord, 31 pairs exit
Shock absorbers and gives back flexibility
Intraspinous ligament connects ________ process’s together
Divides the body into the Left and Right halves
Divides the body into the Front and Back portions
Divides the body into the Upper and Lower parts
Refers to the Back
Refers to the Front
Closer to the midline
Further from the midline
Futher away form the trunk or the body's midline
Closer to the trunk
Straigtens or opens a joint
Bends a joint or brings the bones closer together
Brings a limb medially toward the body's midline
Moves a limb laterally away from the midline
Type of rotation when the limb turns towards the midline
Type of rotation when the limb turns away from the midline
Pertains only to the axial skeleton, specifically the head and vertebral column
Movement superiorly (up)
Turning the palm up( Radius and Ulna parallel)
Turning the palm down(Radius crosses over the Ulna)
Turning the sole of the foot inwards
Turning the sole of the foot outward
moving the ankle to point your foot into the earth
Pointing your toes towards the ceiling with heel to ground
When the scapula, clavicle, head, or jaw moves anteriorly
When the scapula, clavicle, head, or jaw moves poseriorly
wandering from the usual course
When the thumbpad crosses the palm toward the last finger
The skeletal section that includes the cranium, vetebral column, cranium, ribs, sternum, and hyoid bone
Skeletal section that includes the arms and legs
A joint that is capable of moving in every plane
Joint that permits flexion/extension and abduction/adduction(At the wrist)
Joint that only allows flexion and extension
A joint that is a modified ellipsoid joint composedof convex and concave articulating surfaces
A joint between two flat surfaces and allows the least movement of all synovial joints
A joint that is designed for one bone to rotate around the surface of another bone
We wear these for protection
Requires part 1 and part 2
Dr Wilhelm ____________
Our suits of armour
Performed with SLP
Exam performed for parotid stones
A Barium Throne
Our first digital room
Raised part on a bone where muscle is attached
Our governing body
An unwanted foreign object or visualization on your image-something that should not be there
Extension of the vertebral column
Adduction, extention and medial rotation of the arm. Retraction and depression of shoulder
Elevation, depression and retraction of the scapula
Retraction and depression of the scapula. Fixes the scapula to the thoracic wall
Abduction, extension, lateral rotation, flexion and medial rotation of arm
Adduction, flexion and medial rotation of arm
Extension of elbow
Flexion of elbow and supination of forearm
Flexion of vertebral column
Rotation of vertebral column, compression of abdomen and flexion of vertebral column
Compression of abdomen, flexion of vertebral column and rotation of vertebral column
Extension and lateral rotation of leg
Abduction and medial rotation of leg
Abduction and medial rotation of leg
Flexion of femur and vertebral column. Flexion and lateral rotation of leg
Flexion of the femur and extension of the knee femur
Extension, medial and lateral rotation of leg. Flexion of knee
Plantar flexion of foot and flexion of knee
Plantar flexion of foot
The only organ in the body that can float is...
The surface area of the lungs is roughly the same size as...
What is the quickest way to get a oxygen reading
Who would you call if a patient is having SOB?
If a PT. has a saturation of 90%. what would you place the pt. on?
When a patient stops breathing you use what?
When the Patient is apneic, The Doctor can order a
When the Patient is apneic, The Doctor can order or
Who are your RT therapists?
Do we own a ventilator?
The ability to move things or change things
The energy of moving things
The energy stored in something when it is lifted up
The energy stored in something when it is bent or stretched
The energy of electric charges
Potential energy stored in the chemical bonds of materials
Energy that travels in waves. An example is light
The tiny bits of matter that make up a material or object
The total energy of the moving particles that make up an object
The average energy of the moving particles that make up an object
Thermal energy moving from one place to another
Specific heat A measurement that tells you how much energy is needed to raise the temperature of a material.
The transfer of thermal energy through direct contact
The transfer of thermal energy through the movement of a liquid or gas
The transfer of thermal energy through thermal emission.