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1

The skeleton can be divided into the axial skeleton and the __________.

Appendicular skeleton

2

The lumbar region consists of __________ vertebrae.

5

3

Which of the following is not a region of the sternum?

Manubrium
Head
Body
Xyphoid Process

Head

4

The forehead is compromised of which bones?

Frontal

5

What are the bones of the thorax?

Thoracic vertebrae, ribs, sternum

6

All of the following are bones of the axial skeleton except the __________.

Ribs
Cervical vertebrae
Skull
Clavical

Clavical

7

What type of vertebral curvature is found in the neck?

Lordotic

8

The atlas (C1) articulates with which skull bone?

Occipital

9

Which bone houses the upper row of teeth?

Maxilla

10

Which suture is located between the two parietal bones?

Sagital

11

Identify the region of the vertebra found between the vertebral body and the transverse process.

Pedicle

12

Identify the hole formed between adjacent vertebrae.

Intervertebral foramen

13

Chose the most superficial muscle group of the extensor muscles of the back.

Erector spinae
Suboccipitals
Spinotransverse
Transversopinalis

Spinotransverse

14

Which is the muscle found immediately superficial to the longissimus.

Splenius cervicis

15

Which muscle will perform extension and lateral flexion of the vertebral column?

Iliocostalis

16

Which os the most medial muscle of the erector spinae muscle group?

Spinalis

17

All of the following muscles attach to the skull except __________.

Suboccipitals
Semispinalis
Spinalis
Iliocostalis

Iliocostalis

18

Identify the major function of the multifidus.

Extension of the vertebral column

19

What are the bones of the skull?

Frontal, Parital, Temporal, Zygomatic, Sphenoid, Occipital, Maxilla, Mandible

20

What are the muscles from the back from superficial to deep?

Spinotransversalis, Erector Spinae, Transversospinalis, Suboccipitals