Muscular system by admin_massage2 | Oct 31, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Muscular system 1. Turning a limb to face upwards is known as?PlantarflexionPronationSupinationEversion 2. Which muscle helps to bend the neck laterally?MentalisIliopsoasLevator scapulaeMasseter 3. What is the position of the flexor carpi radialis?Posterior forearmAnterior forearmElbowTop of humerus 4. What is the structure of muscle tissue?Muscle tissue has spindle shaped cells with a nucleusMuscle tissue is bound is bundles and contained in a sheathMuscle tissue has striated fibres with only 1 nucleusMuscle tissue is made up of several nuclei and is surrounded by a sheath 5. The agonist muscle is?The relaxing muscleThe fixed end of the muscleThe moving muscleThe thickest part of the muscle 6. Which of the following is not an action of the pectoralis major?Draws arm backwardsDraws arm forwardsDraws arm mediallyAdducts arm 7. Which muscle flexes the hip?Biceps femorisVastus LateralisGastrocnemiusRectus femoris 8. The muscular system relies on the skeletal system for which of the following?Production of heatProduction of nerve impulsesLeverage and movementStorage of glycogen 9. Which muscle creates the look of surprise and horror?FrontalisRisorusProcerus NasiOccipitofrontalis 10. Where are the rhomboids positioned?WaistBetween scapula and spineTop of scapulaScapula 11. Which muscle pushes the mandible out and opens the mouth?Lateral pterygoidMedial pterygoidOrbicularis oculiMasseter 12. What is the action of the sternocleidomastoid?Elevates scapulaDraws scapula backwardsBends neck laterallyFlexes head 13. Which muscle laterally rotates the humerus?SupraspinatusTeres majorSerratus anteriorInfraspinatus 14. Voluntary muscle is also known as?Smooth muscleCardiac muscleUnstriated muscleSkeletal muscle 15. What is the action of the frontalis?Raises lower jawMoves scalp forwardsShows a disgusted expressionMoves scalp backwards 16. Where is the ilio psoas positioned?Deep to the gluteus minimusUnderneath the gluteus maximusCrosses the hip jointUnderneath the gluteus medius 17. What is the action of the biceps?Flexes wrist jointPronates forearmSupinates forearmFlexes fingers 18. Which muscle on the arm crosses the elbow joint?Flexor carpi ulnarisBrachialisExtensor carpi radialisTriceps 19. A sudden twist or wrench of the joints ligaments is known as?SprainStrainRuptureSpasm 20. What is the strongest muscle in the body?DeltoidsLatissimus dorsiHamstringsGluteus Maximus 21. What is the structure of a tendon?White fibrous elastic tissueWhite fibrous connective tissueWhite fibrous elastic cordsWhite fibrous cords with no elasticity 22. Where is the risorius positioned?Around the eyeBetween the masseter and corner of the mouthBehind the cheek boneUpper eyelid 23. Where is the rectus abdominus positioned?Side of thoraxDeep to the transverse abdominusWaistAbdominal wall 24. Which muscle flexes the wrist joint?Flexor carpi digitorumFlexor digitorum superficialisAnconeusFlexor carpi radialis 25. What muscle extends the hip?Adductor magnusSoleusVastus intermediusBiceps femoris 26. What is the composition of muscle?75% water, 20% proteins, 5% fats, mineral salts and glycogen75% water, 15% proteins, 10% fats, mineral salts and glucose75% water, 20% proteins, 5% fats, mineral salts and glucose75% water and 25% proteins 27. Where is superficial fascia found?Surrounding the muscleTop layer of the skinBeneath the skinSurrounding the tendon 28. What is the action of the trapezius?Flexes headDraws arm forwardDraws scapula backwardsBend neck laterally 29. What is the position of the biceps?Back of the upper armElbowPosterior forearmFront of the upper arm 30. Which muscle is positioned on the lateral front of the lower leg?SoleusGastrocnemiusFlexor digitorum longusTibialis anterior 31. What causes spasticity?A build up of lactic acid on the muscleInhibitory nerves in a muscle have been cutOverstimulation of the muscleUnder nourishment of a muscle 32. Which one of the following muscles is not part of the quadriceps?Vastus lateralisRectus femorisBiceps femorisVastus medialis 33. Where is the coracobrachialis positioned?Lower armElbowTop of humerusAnterior forearm 34. What is the deepest muscle of the abdomen?Transverse abdominisRectus abdominisInternal obliqueExternal oblique 35. Which muscle raises the mandible?SternocleidomastoidMedial pterygoidLateral pterygoidTemporali 36. The origin of a muscle is known as?The main body of the muscleThe attachment of the muscle to tendonsThe fixed end of the muscleThe moving end of the muscle 37. Which muscle covers the frontal and parietal bones?MentalisOccipitalisNasalisFrontalis 38. Where is the brachialis positioned?Posterior aspect of upper armAnterior aspect of upper armPosterior of forearmAnterior of forearm 39. How does the muscular system rely on the respiratory system?Muscles receive oxygen from the respiratory systemMuscles receive glucose from the respiratory systemMuscles receive nerve impulses from the respiratory systemMuscles receive glycogen from the respiratory system 40. Which muscle extends the wrist joint?Extensor carpi digitorumPronator teresExtensor carpi ulnarisAnconeus 41. Which muscle is positioned on the inner thigh?Biceps femorisVastus lateralisGracilisSoleus 42. Which one of the following is not a function of muscle?Produce movementMaintain postureTemperature controlProtects organs 43. Lactic acid is caused by?Inadequate blood supply in the muscleTemperature of the muscleLack of oxygen in the muscleOver stimulus of the nerve impulse 44. Pronation describes?Flexion of the foot downwardsTuring a limb to face downwardsMoving a limb towards the midlineTurning a limb towards the centre 45. Which muscle pulls the lower lip straight down?Depressor labii inferiorisDepressor anguli orisOrbicularis oculiBuccinator 46. Which muscle draws the shoulder forward?Serratus anteriorMiddle deltoidInternal obliquePosterior deltoid 47. What is the position of the pronator teres?Anterior forearmPosterior forearmAnterior elbowWrist 48. What is the action of the vastus medialis?Flexes kneeExtends kneeFlexes hipExtends hip 49. Which of the following is an involuntary action?Lifting an armHeartbeatRotation of the headMoving fingers 50. Inflammation of a muscle is known as?MyositisFibrositisSpasticityRupture 51. Which muscle flexes the elbow joint?BrachioradialisPronator teresAnconeusExtensor carpi radialis 52. What is the structure of voluntary muscle?Bundles of unmyelinated sheathSpindle shaped cells with no nucleusCylindrical cells which make up fibres which have several nuclei and are surrounded by a sheathStriated fibres with a membrane and nucleus 53. Which one of the following is not a function of superficial fascia?Helps retain body warmthConnects skin with deep fasciaFacilitates the movement of the skinConnects muscles with deep fascia 54. Which muscle aids mastication?BuccinatorMasseterOrbicularis oculiDepressor anguli oris 55. Which muscle extends the hip?Ilio psoasGluteus minimusGluteus mediusGluteus maximus 56. What is the position of the brachioradialis?Anterior forearmAnterior elbowMedial anterior forearmLateral anterior forearm 57. What is the action of the rectus femoris?Flex kneeExtend hipExtend kneeExtends foot 58. Which muscle supports the arches of the feet?SartoriusPeroneus longusTibialis anteriorSoleus 59. What muscle flexes the knee?SemitendinosusVastus LateralisPeroneus longusTibialis anterior 60. Which one of the following is not a cause of a strain?Over useOver exertionOver stretchingOver heating 61. What is the largest muscle in the body?Gluteus maximusLatissimus dorsiTrapeziusRhomboids 62. Isometric contraction involves?Muscle contraction with no movementMuscle stretchingMuscle contraction with movementMuscle contraction with movement and no tension 63. What is a muscle’s main fuel?Lactic acidGlucoseOxygenBlood 64. Which muscle moves the scalp backwards?FrontalisBuccinatorOccipitalisLevator labii superioris 65. Which muscle is positioned underneath the masseter?MandibleMaxillaRisoriusBuccinator 66. Where is the transverse abdominis positioned?WaistDeep to the internal and external obliquesSide of thoraxPelvic floor 67. What is the action of the peroneus longus?Everts footsPlantarflexes footEverts and plantarflexes footExtends toes 68. Which muscle is not part of the hamstring group?Vastus lateralisSemitendinosusBiceps femorisSemimembranosus 69. Atrophy can be described as?Inflammation of a muscleA build up of lactic acid on a muscleUnder nourishment of a muscleInjury to a joint 70. Smooth muscle is also known as?Skeletal muscleInvoluntary muscleVoluntary muscleCardiac muscle Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.