Which of the following joints is most movable A saddle B. pivot C. plane D. ball-and-socketE. hinge 2. When two bones grow together across a joint to form a single bone, it is called A. suture B. syndesmosis C. gomphosis D. synostosis E.symphysis 3. Bowing the head is an example of A rotation B. pronation C.lateral excursion D. flexion E. hyperextension 4. A pivot joint A is a modified ball-and-socket joint 8. restricts movement to rotation C. is a biaxial joint D. allows gliding movement E. is between the atlas and the occipital bone 5. An example of a saddle joint is the A. shoulder joint B. elbow joint C. atlanto-occipital joint D. carpometacarpal E. atlantoaxial joint 6. A sharp object penetrated a synovial joint. From the following list of structures, select the order 4. fibrous capsule S.Skin 1. A. 5,1,2,6,4,3 B, 5,2,1,4, 3,6 ?. 5,1,2,6,3,4 Shrugging the shoulders is an example of A. elevation B. adduction C. supination D. extension Which of the following movements does not occur at the knee joint tendon or muscle 2. ligament 3. articular cartilage D.5,1,2,4,3,6 E, 5,1,2,4,6,3 7. 8. 9. E. pronation B, rotation C.abduction D, extension E.alloccur at knee joint ? nexion The three arches of the foot A. transfer weight from the tibia to the femur are highest on the lateral side of the foot B. form a hinge joint D. form after birth C. E. distribute the weight of the body during standing and walking 10. Rheumatoid arthritis is A. a bacterial infection transmitted by ticks 8. an inflammation of any joint C. a metabolic disorder caused by increased uric acid in blood D. a condition that may involve an autoimmune disease E. the most common type of arthritis 11. Which of the following movements is possible at the hip or coxal joint A. flexionB. circumduction C. adduction D. rotation E. all are possible 12. Joints between the carpal bones would be named C.intercarpal joints ?.costocarpal joints B.intermetacarpal joints D. metacarpalphalangeal joints Joints are classified according to the A. E. intracarpal loints 13. B. structure of the joint C. size of the joint bones that are united at the joint D. E. type of the fluid in the joint shape of the joint A joint that has no joint cavity and exhibits little or no movement would be classified as a 14. C.complex joint D. cartilaginous joint E. partial joint fibrous B. synovial A. Which of the following statements concerning sutures is false A. 15. B. C. D. E. they may become completely immovable in adults the opposing bones in the joint interdigitate for stability the tissue between the bones is hyaline the periosteum of adjacent bones is continuous over the joint membranes, called fontanels, are present in some sutures at birth

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