Lower body Kines final

more detailed questions for our lower body kinesiology class. We are going to pass this, guys.

published on June 16, 201416 responses 0

Where do the 6 deep rotaters of the hip insert

greater trochanter
lesser trochanter
none

Artery located behind the knee and supplying blood to the knee joint and certain muscles of the calf is called what?

femoral atery
internal iliac artery
popliteal artery

which muscles can be found in posterior femoral froup

hams
quads
abductors

what 2 primary functions of the biceps femoris?

evert the hip and extend the knee
flex the knee and extend the hip
extend the knee and flex the hip

tarsal bones that articulate with all others?

calcaneus
navicular
none

This bony landmark bares the weight of the body while sitting

greater trochanter
ishial tuberosity
linea aspera

What is the ball and socket for the hip joint?

coxal
acetabulum
neither one

Bony prominence on the lateral side of the ankle is part of what bone?

fibula
calcaneous
tibia

function of a ligament is to?

move a joint
stabilize a joint
muscle to bone

sciatic nerve runs between which 2 muscles?

pirifomis and gemellus inferior
piriformis and obturator internus
priformis and gemellus superior

plantar flexors of muscles are located on what aspect of the leg?

anterio
superior
posterior

How many bones are in the foot?

26
23
29

which of the following structures can a strain occur?

muscles insertion
none
ligament

which muscle attach to the pes anserenous tendon?

masseter
gastrocnemius
gracilis

Which origin do the hamstrings have in common?

great trochanter
linea aspera
ischial tuberosity

These 2 muscles invert the foot...

tibialis anterior and tibialis posterior
tibialis posterior and pronius brevis
tibialis posterior and pronius longus

which muslces flexes the knee and attaches to the fibula

biceps femoris
popliteal
pirifomis

which quad. span 2 joints?

peroneus longus
rectus femoris
peroneus femoris

if you are standind on your tip toes and you have a pain in your leg which muslce is involved?

gastrocnemius
biceps femoris
iliapsoas

Which best represents a medial rotation?

turning he head
femur turning inward
leg turning outward

What is the best term for a muscle that is most responsible for a specific action?

prime mover
prone mover
none of the above

which endangerment site is located behind the knee?

anterior tibial
femoral
popliteal

what muscle initiates ambulation

gastrocnemius
iliapsoas
sartorius

The sciatic nerve goes between which two bony landmarks?

ischial tuberosity and periformis
iliac crest and greater trochanter
great trochanter and ischial tuberosity

Peralisis of this muscle can cause foot and shin splints...

peroneus longis
tibialis posterior
tibialis anterior

muscles insert into the pes anseraneous tendon?

biceps femoris
semitendenous
semimembranous

what is most anterior part of the hip?

PSIS
ASIS
AIIS

which is/are the medial muscles of the femoral region?

the abductors
the adductors
none of the above

when massaging the gracilis, care should be taken as to not put pressure on which artery?

brachial
femoral
trigamental

what muscle lies between the soleus and gastconemius?

plantaris
tibialis anterior
popliteal