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Scapula and Deltoid Region

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21 questions
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  • Q1
    A patient presents weakness in scapular retraction. As the clinician, you suspect which nerve is affected?
    Thoracodorsal Nerve
    Dorsal Scapular Nerve
    Suprascapular Nerve
    Spinal Accessory Nerve
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  • Q2
    Which muscle does not contribute to the borders of the suboccipital triangle?
    Rectus capitis posterior minor
    Obliquus capitis inferior
    Obliquus capitis superior
    Rectus capitis posterior major
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  • Q3
    To test for proper muscle activation of the transversospinalis muscle group on the patient’s left side, you will cue the patient to…
    Side bend trunk to the Left
    Rotate trunk to the Left
    Side bend trunk to the Right
    Rotate trunk to the Right
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  • Q4
    Which group of deep back muscles are the Rotatores, Multifidus, and Semispinalis apart of?
    Longissimus
    Transversospinalis
    Splenius
    Erector spinae
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  • Q5
    The Semispinalis muscles acting bilaterally _________ the neck, while acting unilaterally rotate the neck to the _________ side.
    Extend: contralaterally
    Flex: contralaterally
    Extend: ipisilateral
    Flex: ipsilaterally
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  • Q6
    Which of the following is TRUE regarding the axial/appendicular skeleton junction?
    Muscles of the upper arm are the primary movers of the scapula
    The axial skeleton includes the scapulae
    The bony connection of the upper limb to the axial skeleton is at the glenohumeral joint
    Muscles originating on the scapula will act on the glenohumeral joint
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  • Q7
    The trapezius muscle is innervated by the
    Dorsal scapular nerve
    Thoracodorsal nerve
    Long thoracic nerve
    Accessory nerve (CN XI)
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  • Q8
    The origin of the latissimus dorsi is
    Thoracolumbar fascia
    Occipital bone
    Transverse processes of lumbar and thoracic vertebrae
    Intertubercular groove of the humerus
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  • Q9
    Which is FALSE regarding the rhomboids minor and major?
    They retract the scapula and rotate it to depress the glenoid cavity
    Rhomboid minor is inferior to rhomboid major
    They are innervated by the dorsal scapular nerve
    They insert on the medial border of the scapulae
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  • Q10
    Which muscle(s) is/are innervated by the lateral pectoral nerve?
    Pectoralis major
    Rhomboid minor
    Pectoralis minor
    Deltoid
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  • Q11
    In order to create specific movements, sometimes only PARTS of a muscle contract
    FALSE
    TRUE
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  • Q12
    Abduction of the humerus past horizontal is made possible by
    Scapular elevation
    Scapular rotation
    Scapular protraction
    Scapular retraction
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  • Q13
    The axillary nerve innervates the
    Teres major
    Teres minor
    Rhomboid minor
    Pectoralis minor
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  • Q14
    The muscle responsible for abducting the arm the first 15° is the
    Serratus anterior
    Teres minor
    Deltoid
    Supraspinatus
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  • Q15
    Teres major is responsible for which movement of the upper arm?
    Flexion
    Adduction
    Lateral rotation
    Pronation
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  • Q16
    Which of the following is NOT a part of the rotator cuff muscles?
    Infraspinatus
    Supraspinatus
    Subscapularis
    Teres major
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  • Q17
    The glenohumeral joint has little support in which direction
    Posteriorly
    Superiorly
    Anteriorly
    Inferiorly
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  • Q18
    Which special test is NOT used to identify a supraspinatus tear?
    Full can test
    Drop arm test
    Empty can test
    Neer test
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  • Q19
    The special test that requires the examiner to forcefully move the patient’s shoulder into internal rotation to end ROM or until pain is
    Drop arm test
    Empty can test
    Neer test
    Hawkins-Kennedy test
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  • Q20
    Which statement is FALSE regarding “frozen shoulder”?
    It is the result of inflammation, scarring, thickening, and shrinking of the joint capsule
    Treatment is to rest the shoulder until inflammation subsides
    It occurs more frequently in patients with diabetes or chronic inflammatory arthritis
    It is characterized by significant loss of ROM in all directions
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