Ligament Stability – Biology Quiz 6

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Ligament Stability – Biology Quiz 6

The key terms of Biology Quiz include, Glenohumeral, Stability, Motion, Ligament, Flexion, Joint.



The glenohumeral joint exhibits

a high degree of stability and a wide range of motion.
a high degree of stability but a narrow range of motion.
a low level of stability but a wide range of motion. – correct
a low level of stability and a narrow range of motion.


One of the weakest parts of the shoulder is the part that lacks tendons of the rotator cuff. This weak area is the ______ aspect of the shoulder.

inferior – correct
superior
anterior
posterior


The glenohumeral ligaments are

strong and distinct.
weak and indistinct. – correct


Which joints are responsible for flexion and extension at the elbow?

Glenohumeral and humeroulnar
Humeroulnar and humeroradial – correct
Humeroulnar, humeroradial, and radioulnar
Humeroradial, radioulnar, and radiocarpal
Humeroradial and radioulnar


If you were to reach out your hand to receive a set of keys from someone, what movements of your forearm and hand would be involved?

Pronation and adduction
Supination and extension – correct
Depression and flexion
Protraction and rotation
Eversion and abduction


Which does not correctly pair a movement with its opposing movement?

Flexion – extension
Abduction – adduction
Pronation – supination
Elevation – retraction – correct
Dorsiflexion – plantar flexion


Which is not a correct pairing of a joint with its common name?

Radiocarpal joint – wrist
Glenohumeral joint – elbow – correct
Metacarpophalangeal – knuckle
Temporomandibular – TMJ
Talocrural – ankle


In the temporomandibular joint, a pad of fibrocartilage called the _________ divides the synovial cavity into two separate chambers.

meniscus
articular disc – correct
mandibular partition
sphenomandibular ligament
coronoid capsule


The articular capsule of the temporomandibular joint is exceptionally

loose. – correct
tight.


When protracting the jaw or making small side-to-side movements during chewing, the temporomandibular joint makes ________ movements.

rotation
gliding – correct
flexion
extension
circumduction


When elevating the mandible to chew food, the temporomandibular joint functions as a _________ joint.

pivot
ball and socket
hinge – correct
saddle


Which ligament is not associated with the glenohumeral joint?

Coracoacromial ligament
Coracohumeral ligament
Glenohumeral ligament
Humeral collateral ligament – correct


The acromioclavicular joint is part of the

sternum.
shoulder. – correct
elbow.
neck.
cranium.


The sternoclavicular joint is a saddle joint with a _______ range of movement.

wide – correct
narrow


The coracoclavicular ligament is a ______ ligament that connects the clavicle to part of the _______.

strong; scapula – correct
strong; sternum
weak; scapula
weak; sternum


The glenohumeral joint exhibits

a high degree of stability and a wide range of motion.
a high degree of stability but a narrow range of motion.
a low level of stability but a wide range of motion. – correct
a low level of stability and a narrow range of motion.


One of the weakest parts of the shoulder is the part that lacks tendons of the rotator cuff. This weak area is the ______ aspect of the shoulder.

inferior – correct
superior
anterior
posterior


The glenohumeral ligaments are

strong and distinct.
weak and indistinct. – correct


Which joints are responsible for flexion and extension at the elbow?

Glenohumeral and humeroulnar
Humeroulnar and humeroradial – correct
Humeroulnar, humeroradial, and radioulnar
Humeroradial, radioulnar, and radiocarpal
Humeroradial and radioulnar