Anatomy 101 Exam (50 points) September 04, 1997  Name __________________________
                                                P.O. Box  Number ________________

Mark one answer on the computer sheet for Questions 1-33.

MULTIPLE CHOICE

01.  There are no intervertebral discs nor transverse canals in which one region of the
vertebral column?
     A.  Cervical
     B.  Thoracic
     C.  Lumbar
     D.  Sacral

02.  Select one.  Ribs usually articulate with the
     A.  Thoracic body
     B.  Lumbar body
     C.  Thoracic transverse process
     D.  Lumbar transverse process
     E.  Thoracic body and thoracic transverse process

03.  Select one. Spinal nerves and vessels emerge through the 
     A.  Vertebral canal
     B.  Intervertebral foramen
     C.  Transverse foramen
     D.  Intertubercular groove

04.  Select one.  Which is a true rib?
     A.  Clavicle
     B.  Rib 6
     C.  Rib 8
     D.  Rib 10
     E.  Rib 12

05.  The acromion is a process of the 
     A.  Clavicle
     B.  Humerus
     C.  Thoracic vertebrae
     D.  Scapula
     E.  Sacrum

06.  The head of the humerus articulates with the 
     A.  Glenoid fossa
     B.  Acetabulum
     C.  Olecranon fossa
     D.  Greater tubercle
     E.  Sternum

07.  The lateral styloid process of the wrist is a process of
     A.  Radius
     B.  Ulna
     C.  Metacarpal
     D.  Humerus
     E.  A carpal bone

08.  The only joint between the axial skeleton and the upper limb  is the
     A.  Coracoclavicular
     B.  Sternoclavicular
     C.  Acromioclavicular
     D.  Coracoacromial
     E.  Glenohumeral 

09.  The false ribs
    A.  All attach to the sternum
    B.  Have no cartilaginous attachment to the sternum
    C.  Attach directly to the sternum by their own costal cartilage
    D.  Have a cartilage that attaches to another costal cartilage or no cartilage at all
    E.  None of the above

* indicates that this kind of question will not be on the Fall, 2005 Module 1 exam
10*.  The large superficial muscle of the back of the neck and shoulder is 
     A.  Latissimus dorsi
     B.  Deltoid
     C.  Trapezius
     D.  Erector spinae
     E.  Pectoralis major

11*.  The flexor muscles of the forearm have a common origin which is
     A.  Lateral epicondyle of the radius
     B.  Medial epicondyle of the ulna
     C.  Lateral epicondyle of the humerus
     D.  Medial epicondyle of the humerus
     E.  None of the above

MATCHING
For questions 12 through 16 match the term with the definition/example.  Mark
A,B,C,D,or E on your computer answer sheet.
Definition/Example
  A. A groove  - the intertubercular _______________ 
  B. A large rough eminence - the deltoid ________________
  C. An abrupt or pointed projection - the _______________ of the radius
  D. A smooth flat, articular surface - __________________ of the vertebrae
  E. A depression - the olecranon __________________ of the humerus 

Term
____ 12.  Styloid process

____ 13.  Fossa

____ 14.  Sulcus

____ 15.  Tuberosity

____ 16.  Facet

For questions 17 through 23 match the named part with the appropriate bone.  Mark
A,B,C,D, or E on the computer answer sheet.

Appropriate bone
     A.  Scapula
     B.  Humerus
     C.  Radius
     D.  Ulna
     E.  Thoracic vertebra

Named part
____ 17.  Olecranon process

____ 18.  Lamina

____ 19.  Epicondyle

____ 20.  Coracoid process

____ 21.  Deltoid tuberosity

____ 22.  Greater tubercle

____ 23.  Pedicle

For questions 24 through 28 match the nerve with the statement.  Mark A,B,C or D on
the computer answer sheet.  Answers may be used more than once.
Nerve
     A.  Median nerve
     B.  Radial nerve
     C.  Musculocutaneous nerve
     D.  Ulnar nerve

Statement
____ 24*.  The nerve that could be considered the extensor nerve is the
_________________.

____ 25*.  The nerve that innervates the anterior compartment of the arm is the
___________.

____ 26*.  If you cannot flex the thumb, you may have lost the
__________________________.

____ 27*.  The tingling in the little finger when the elbow is hit is caused by injury to the
____.
 
____ 28*.  The nerve innervating  the posterior compartment of the arm and traveling
around the      humerus mid-shaft is the _____________________.


FOR MODULE 2 . For questions 29 through 33 match the following blood vessel with the region or
specific area.

Characteristic
     A.  Axillary artery
     B.  Subclavian artery
     C.  Radial artery
     D.  Cephalic artery
     E.  Brachial artery 

Region or specific area

____ 29*. Main artery of the arm

____ 30*. Branches from the brachiocephalic trunk on the right side

____ 31*. Large artery located under the clavicle

____ 32*. Artery of the forearm

____ 33. Located at the wrist; used for taking a pulse

DEFINITIONS. Give a one sentence description of the following.

34.  Ligament

35.  Supination

36*.  Collateral circulation

37.  Diaphysis

38.  Epiphyseal plate and line

39*.  Auscultation

40.  Dermatome

41.  Scoliosis

42.  Lordosis

43.  Kyphosis

SHORT ANSWER

44*.  What spinal cord segments contribute to the brachial plexus?

45*.  Which branches of the spinal nerves are involved?

46.   What is spina bifida? 

47.   What happens (or doesn't happen) in the developmental process to cause it?