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_____ 1 A articulação do quadril é a articulação entre o ______ e _______ A. Femur, Acetábulo B. femur, Coluna C. femur, tibia D.

NDA _____ 2. Qual das alternativas não é verdadeira sobre os movimentos de cintura pélvica? A. position the acetabulum favorably for femoral movement B. occurs in all 3 planes C. occurs around the lumbosacral joint D. all of the choices are true _____ 3. Which of the following is not true about the hip joint? A. triaxial B. more stable than shoulder C. several bursae present D. all of the choices are true _____ 4. Anterior pelvic tilt positions the acetabulum in a more favorable position for hip ______. A. flexion B. hyperextension C. abduction D. adduction _____ 5. Lateral pelvic tilt positions the acetabulum in a more favorable position for hip ______. A. flexion B. extension C. abduction D. adduction _____ 6. When the legs are not free to move (i.e. they are supporting your body weight), what action will result from contraction of the hip flexors? A. hip flexion B. hip extension C. anterior pelvic tilt D. posterior pelvic tilt _____ 7. Which of the following is not a hamstring muscle? A. semimembranosus B. semitendinosus C. biceps femoris D. gluteus maximus ____ 8. Which of the following is part of the pelvic girdle? A. the ilium B. the ischium C. the pubis D. all of the choices are part of the pelvic girdle ____ 9. Which of the following statements is/are true? A. The iliopsoas complex is the major flexor of the hip. B. Two-joint muscles function more effectively at one joint when the position of

posterior cruciate ____ 15. all of the choices are purposes of the patella ____ 12. all of the choices are true ____ 11. Knee extensors cross the joint _______ to the _______ axis. anteroposterior C. mediolateral ____ 16. sartorius C. Which muscle does not affect both the hip and the knee? A. anterior cruciate (ACL) D. Which of the following is not true about the menisci in the knee joint? A. What is/are the purpose(s) of the patella? A. lateral collateral C. hamstrings B. anteroposterior B. Which of the following inserts on the patella? A. biceps femoris D.the other joint stretches the muscle slightly. Both that the iliopsoas complex is the major flexor of the hip and that the twojoint muscles function more effectively at one joint when the position of the other joint stretches the muscle slightly D. rectus femoris B. A. pectineus D. semimembranosus ____ 17. posterior. anterior. none of the choices are correct ____ 18. C. both rectus femoris and sartorius E. posterior. made of cartilage B. mediolateral D. none of the choices are true ____ 10. The anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments limit which type of knee motion? . vastus intermedius C. Which knee ligament is most likely to be damaged from a lateral blow? A. rectus femoris B. popliteus D. Which of the following is/are two-joint muscle(s)? A. plantaris B. quadriceps C. all of the choices are true ____ 13. increase the angle between the tendon and tibia B. to protect the anterior aspect of the knee D. sartorius ____ 14. gracilis C. both hamstrings and quadriceps D. medial collateral B. anterior. increase the mechanical advantage of the quadriceps C. larger surface area to distribute load C. absorb shock D. Which of the following muscles serves to “unlock” the knee from full extension? A.

forward and backward sliding of the femur on the tibia during knee flexion and extension C. forced inversion of the ankle during landing while the foot is plantar flexed B. all of these conditions must be met for rotation of the tibia ____ 20. the knee is not bearing weight B. tear of the medial meniscus ____ 22. rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament B. the knee both is not bearing weight and is in flexion E. both that when the knee undergoes a significant amount of flexion. it is necessary for the femur to slide forward on the tibia in order to prevent its rolling off of the tibial plateau. rupture of the medial collateral ligament C. both a forced inversion of the ankle during landing while the foot is plantar flexed and a forced eversion of the ankle during landing while the foot is dorsiflexed . the lateral malleolus B. Which of the following statements is/are true? A. all of the choices are nonaxial joints ____ 23. the femur must slide backwards on the tibia D. subtalar joint D. the knee is in extension D. both knee hyperextension and the forward and backward sliding of the femur on the tibia during knee flexion and extension E. it is necessary for the femur to slide forward on the tibia in order to prevent its rolling off of the tibial plateau and that during extension. none of the statements are true ____ 21.A. the knee is in flexion C. Which of the following is/are nonaxial joint(s)? A. C. the talus D. the medial malleolus C. Which of the following is the most typical cause of ankle sprain? A. the femur must slide backwards on the tibia. tarsometatarsal joint B. Which of the following conditions must be met for rotation of the tibia relative to the femur? A. B. both the tarsometatarsal and intermetatarsal joint E. knee hyperextension B. Which of the following is the most common of all knee injuries? A. forced eversion of the ankle during landing while the foot is dorsiflexed C. all of the choices are correct ___ 19. intermetatarsal joint C. During extension. When the knee undergoes a significant amount of flexion. lateral knee motion D. none of the choices are correct ____ 24. Fractures in the ankle region occur most often to which of the following structures? A. tear of the lateral meniscus D.

all of the choices cause hip adduction _____ 28. forward and backward sliding of the femur on the tibia during knee flexion and extension C. none of the choices are correct ____ 25. Which of the following statements is true regarding ACL injuries? A. ankle ____ 30. both gluteus medius and minimus E. knee D. gracilis D. occurrence is approximately equal between contact and non-contact D. lateral knee motion D. occur more frequently in during player contact B. knee hyperextension B. all of the choices cause hip abduction ____ 29. femoral valgus and tibial varus C. occur more frequently during non-contact C. neck C. head B. both femoral varus & tibial valgus and femoral valgus and tibial varus D. none of the choices characterizes a “bow-legged” condition ____ 26. it is unknown whether contact or non-contact ACL injuries are more frequent ____ 32. Which of the following statements is true regarding ACL injuries? A. all of the choices are correct ____ 31. The medial and lateral collateral ligaments limit which type of knee motion? A. Where is the weakest point of the femur? A. occur more frequently in women than in men B. adductor longus C. gluteus medius B. shoulder C. femoral varus and tibial valgus B.D. Which of the following causes hip adduction? A. gluteus minimus C. adductor magnus B. Which of the following causes hip abduction? A. hip B. frequency between men and women is sport specific ____ 33. both knee hyperextension and forward and backward sliding of the femur on the tibia during knee flexion and extension E. What is the largest and most complex joint in the body? A. Runner’s knee is associated with which of the following structures? . both adductor magnus and longus E. occur more frequently in men than in women C. greater trochanter ____ 27. shaft D. occurrence is approximately equal between men and women D. gluteus maximus D. Which of the following characterizes a “bow-legged” condition? A.

The strong layer of fibrous tissue which covers the plantar muscles of the foot is called what? A. digiti maximi D. and adduction ____ 38. plantar interossei ____ 37. eversion. plantar flexion. ACL C. fibula D. weakness of semitendinosus relative to biceps femoris ____ 35. Symptoms of plantar fascitis include which of the following? A. femur B. pain in the arch B.A. iliotibial band D. digiti minimi . which of the following actions is combined to cause supination? A. all of the choices are correct ____ 39. and abduction D. inversion. inversion. What is the anatomical name for the big toe? A. talus ____ 36. lateral meniscus B. and abduction C. pain in the heel C. pain on top of the foot D. and abduction B. weakness of vastus medialis relative to vastus lateralis B. Which of the following does not bear weight? A. pain in both the arch and the heel E. dorsiflexion. plantar fascia B. During walking. plantar flexion C. tibia C. Which of the following does not attach to the calcaneus? A. soleus ____ 40. gastrocnemius C. Patellofemoral pain syndrome is likely associated with what? A. weakness of biceps femoris relative to semitendinosus D. plantar flexion. hallux C. medial meniscus ____ 34. weakness of vastus lateralis relative to vastus medialis C. sartorius B. inversion. plantaris D. dorsiflexion. pollicis B. longitudinal ligament D.