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Appendicular Skeleton Quiz:

 

1. To which of these bones does the term “coxa” refer?

Shoulder
Upper leg
Hip
Foot

 

2. Which of these does not articulate to form the acetabulum? 

Ischium
Scaphoid
Ilium
Pubis

 

3. Which of these is a true characteristic of the female pelvis?

The female inlet is "boxier" and smaller than the male's inlet.
The female pelvis is rounder and larger than the male pelvis.
The female sacrum is narrower and more curved than the male's sacrum.
The pelvic bones of the female are heavier than the male's.

 

4. Which of these is the end of the clavicle that articulates with the scapula?

Sternal
Sacral
Acromial
Deltoid

 

5. Which of these receives the head of the femur?

Acetabulum
Glenoid cavity
Obturator foramen
Medial condyle

 

6. Which of these is a passageway for blood vessels and nerves in the pelvis?  

Acetabulum
Glenoid cavity
Obturator foramen
Medial condyle

 

7. Which of these bones make up the bulk of the pelvis?

Ilium
Ischium
Pubis
Acetabulum

 

8. Which of these anatomical terms refers to the thumb?

Hallux
Pollex
Fornix
Palmex

 

9. Which scapular process is superior to the others?

Acromion
Glenoid
Coracoid
Subscapular

 

MATCH THE STATEMENT WITH THE BEST ANSWER CHOICE FOR QUESTIONS 10-12:

 

10.  Which bone articulates with the glenoid fossa of the scapula?

Radial notch
Ischium
Humerus
Coronoid process
Metacarpals

 

11.  Which of these is the location of the greater sciatic notch?

Radial notch
Ischium
Humerus
Coronoid process
Metacarpals

 

12.  Which of these is the more anterior process on the proximal end of the ulna?

Radial notch
Ischium
Humerus
Coronoid process
Metacarpals

 

MATCH THE STATEMENT WITH THE BEST ANSWER CHOICE FOR QUESTIONS 13-15:

 

13. This articulates with the head of the radius.

Radial notch
Coronoid process
Femur
Carpals
Metacarpals

 

14. The bone that has the most distinctive and expanded neck region.

Radial notch
Coronoid process
Femur
Carpals
Metacarpals

 

15. Bones that form the wrist region of the hand.  

Radial notch
Coronoid process
Femur
Carpals
Metacarpals

 

NOTE: You are responsible for visual identification of all bones and their markings. Practical applications such as these are an inherent part of each laboratory activity and exam.