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1.) A runner runs a 100 km ultra marathon. On his 10 km, he felt pain on the lateral side of the knee.

Since you pain attention to your kinesiology knee complex lecture, you would assume the pain is caused by? a.) Adipose tissue compression of vastus medialis oblique(VMO) to lateral epicondyle b.) Repetitive compression of vastus medialis oblique to medial epicondyle c.) Adipose tissue compression of iliotibial band(ITB) to lateral epicondyle d.) Repetitive compression of iliotibial band(ITB) to medial epicondyle 2.) With regards to the runner in the previous case, to illicit pain during your initial evaluation; you freely move the tibia to a.) Knee extension, internal tibial rotation, adduction b.) Knee extension, lateral rotation, abduction c.) Knee flexion, internal tibial rot., adduction d.) Knee fkexion, lateral tibial rot, abduction 3.) In an open kinematic chain knee extension, the tibia will externally rotate as it glides anteriorly on the femur from 20-30 knee flexion to full extension. In close kinematic chain knee flexion, the femur will posteriorly rotates as it glides anteriorly on the tibia from knee extension to 20-30 flexion. a.) 1st statement is true, 2nd is false b.) 1st statement is false, 2nd is true c.) Both true d.) Both statement false

4.) Which of the following is the direction of rotation in an open kinematic chain knee flexion or extension a.) D b.) Medial rotation c.) Lateral rotation d.) A&C/B&C 5.) In a close kinematic chain knee flexion, the tibia will internally rotate as it glides anteriorly on the femur from full knee extension to 20-30 flexion. In open kinematic chain knee extension, the tibia will posteriorly rotate as it glides anteriorly on the femur from knee flexion to full extension a.) 1st statement is true, 2nd is false b.) 1st statement is false, 2nd is true c.) Both are true d.) Both false 6.) Contraction which of the following muscles the knee joint in a close kinematic chain a.) Gluteus and hamstring b.) Gastrocnemius medial head and gluteus maximus c.) Gdsf d.) Fsdf 7.) Where does the LOG pass through the knee joint a.) Sjldfn b.) Lsdjfnlsjd c.) Intercondylar notch d.) Intercondylar tubercle 8.) Open kinematic chain knee flexion causes the tibia to internally rotate as it glides posteriorly on the femur. Close kinematic chain knee flexion causes the femur to glide posteriorly and the tibia will externally rotate a.) 1st statement true, 2nd false b.) 2nd statement false, 2nd true c.) Both true

d.) Both false on his way to the fifth floor carrying a box full of deadly test papers, doc jim took the stairs instead of the elevator since he thought it would help him shape up. He took is 1st step on the flat form using his left foot and then followed by the right foot in ascending stairs. Analyze the knee kinematic assuming there were no interruptions in his way up. 9.) Which bundle of PCL is tight as doc jim took his 1st step a.) Antero medial bundle b.) Antero lateral bundle c.) Postero lateral bundle d.) Postero medial bundle e.) Antero posterior bundle 10. As doc jim took his 2nd step using his right foot the tibial plateau on his left leg will move in which of the following directions? a.) anterior rolling and anterior gliding b.) anterior rolling and posterior gliding c.) posterior rolling and anterior gliding d.) posterior rolling and posterior gliding 11. Kuya will, a 3rd year pt student was hosting a game show in one of the activities in CDU. A lot of people are watching him since he has this charisma of winning the hearts of students specially girls. Suddenly one lady attempted to knob him but then she fell of the stage and landed on the ground with her knees taking the full impact. Which of the ff. knee position would she assumed should effusion and inflammation set into the knee joint? a.) full knee extension b.) semi flexed position c.) full knee flexion 12. due to extreme madness ff a sever loss in the cockpit arena, the cock expert OT-3 was kicked at the lateral side of his knee by an unknown assailant. Which of the ff

ligament of the knee will mainly counter act such force? a.) posterior PCL b.) ACL c.) LCL d.) MCL 13. the PT news anchorman was riding his bike on his way to visit his RTP friend when suddenly he tripped on a hole and stumble on the ground dislocating his patella. Which of the ff is the most common direction for patellar dislocation? a.) anterior b.) posterior c.) medial d.) lateral 14. the billiard expert skipped one of the classes in kinesiology and went to alleys joint. A speeding bicycle suddenly apperared on site and bumped his right knee in the medial to lateral direction. Which of the ff ligaments of the knee will mainly counteract such force? a.) PCL b.) ACL c.) MCL d.) LCL 15. the dinasour cut hairstyle PT student who won several championships in a game of volleyball is up against the nursing once again. As he jump and spiked the ball at full swing, the ball smashed right into the face of the nursing student causing student to flex and drop on his knee joint causing severe pain. Which of the ff structures could have been injured more likely? a.) MCL, PCL, lateral meniscus b.) LCL, ACL, medial meniscus c.) MCL, ACL, medial meniscus d.) MCL, LCL, ACL e.) PCL, medial meniscus, lateral meniscus 16. A pt 3 singer known as nevermind was question about which of the ff motions of the knee joint is mostly limited. He smiled

and wink his eyelashes several time and correctly said: a.) ROM in sagital plane is most limited b.) ROM in the frontal plane is most limited c.) ROM in the transverse plane is most limited d.) ROM regardless of which direction are the same 17. the lady miner from Toledo has become an intern and is treating a bearded guy from lahug in a case of patellar subluxation. Which of the ff predispose the individual to patellar subluxation? a.) weakness of vastus medialis b.) weakness of the hamstring c.) weakness of tibialis anterior d.) tightness of iliopsoas e.) tightness of rectus femoris 18. refers to the term wherein the patellar tendon is longer than the patellar length increasing the patellar instability a.) patella alta ANKLE AND FOOT 21. when doc jim placed his left foot on the stairs, coma which of the ff would be arthrokinematics of subtalar joint? a.) posterior gliding of calcaneus and anterior gliding of talus b.) anterior gliding of calcaneus and posterior gliding of talus c.) posterior gliding of calcaneus and posterior gliding of talus d.) anterior gliding of calcaneus and anterior gliding of talus 22. which of the ff is a non-weightbearing arthrokinematics for pronation of the subtaler joint a.)adduction, inversion, PF b.) tibial medial rotation c.) tibial lateral rotation d.) abduction, eversion, DF

23. which of the ff is non-weightbearing arthrokinematics for supination a.) adduction, inversion, PF b.) tibial medial rotation c.) tibial lateral rotation d.) abduction, eversion, DF 24. which of the ff is weightbearing arthrokinematics for pronation of the subtalar joint a.) adduction, inversion, PF b.) tibial medial rotation c.) tibial lateral rotation d.) abduction, eversion, DF 25. which of the ff is weightbearing arthrokinematics for supination of the subtalar joint a.) Adduction, inversion, PF b.) tibial medial rotation c.) tibial lateral rotation d.) abduction, eversion, DF 26. which of the ff is the strongest found in the ankle joint a.) deltoid ligament b.) crural tibio fibular interosseus ligament c.) anterior and posterior talo fibular ligament d.) LCL ligament e.) calcaneofibular ligament 27. which of the ff is the weakest ligament of the ankle a.) tibiotaler ligament b.) calcaneofibularl igament c.) anteriortibiofibular ligament d.) tibionavicular ligament 28. weightbearing hindfoot pronation will cause the transverse tarsal joint to? a.) pronate b.) supinate c.) DF d.) PF e.) none

29. which is the ff is the keystone of medial longitudinal arch? a.) talus b.) cuboid c.) navicular d.) cuneiforms 30. which is true about the medial longitudinal arch except. a.) r b.) c.) short and long plantar ligament d.) largest and commonly discussed e.) it has the most important static stabilizer 31. the following muscles support the medial londigtudinal arch except. a.) flexor hallucis longus b.) tibialis posterior c.) flexor digitorum brevis d.) extensor digitorum brevis e.) flexor digitorum longus 32. spans the calcaneus and navicular bones a.) long plantar ligament b.) spring ligament c.) plantar aponeurosis d.) short plantar ligament e.) deep transverse metatarsal ligament 33. contributes to the stability of the foot preventing the splaying of metatarsals a.) long plantar lig. b.) spring lig. c.)plantar apo. d.) short plantar lig e.) deep transverse lig. 34. spans the calcaneus and cuboid bones a.) long plantar lig. b.) spring lig c.) plantar apo. d.) short plantar lig e.) deep transverse lig.

35. acts a tie rod keeping the posterior from separating against the anterior portion a.) long plantar lig. b.) spring lig. c.)plantar apo. d.) short plantar lig e.) deep transverse lig 36. primary supports of the lateral longitudinal arch a.) long plantar lig b.) spring lig. c.) plantar apo. d.) short plantar lig. e.) deep transverse lig 37. the foll. Are part of the deltoid ligament a.) ant. Tibiotalar ligament b.) tibionavicular ligament c.) posterior tibiotalar ligament d.) tibiocalcaneal ligament e.) spring ligament 38. known as tenon and mortise a.) subtalar joint b.) transverse tarsal joint c.) talocrural joint d.) tarsometatarsal joint e.) metatarsalphalengeal joint 39. hyperextension is important late stance phase of gait. a.) subtalar jnt. b.) transverse tarsal jnt. c.) talocrural jnt. d.) tarsometatarsal jnt. e.) metatarsalphalangeal jnt. 40. a joint formed by the calcaneus and talus a.) subtalar jnt. b.) transverse tarsal jnt. c.) talocrural jnt. d.) tarsometatarsal jnt. e.) metatarsalphalangeal jnt.

MATCHING TYPE: A. Concave side of the curve B. Convex side of the curve 41. widen intercostals space 42. the side where spinous process are facing 43. the side where vertebral body is facing 44. hollow on forward bending test 45. rib hump on forward bending test A. Pump- handle motion B. Bucket handle motion C. Calliper D. Piston E. B and c 46. motion at t11- t12 47. motion that increases supero-inferior thoracic diameter 48. motion at t7-t10 49. motion increases transverse thoracic diameter 50. motion at t1-t6 A. Mandibular lat. Deviation B. Mandibular retrusion C. Mandibular protrusion D. Mandibular elevation E. Mandibular depression 51. bilateral contraction of massester , medial and lateral pterygoid 52. digastrics is the primary muscle plus lower portion of the lat. Pterygoid 53. temporalis, medial pterygoid, massester, superior portion of lat. Pterygoid 54. bilateral contraction of the posterior portion of the temporalis with the assistance of the digastric and supra hyoid muscle 55. lateral pterygoid and temporalis force couple plus medial pterygoid A. Upper tm joint B. Lower tm joint 56. hinge joint 57. plane joint 58. condyles rotate under the disk

59. loose attachment of the disk to the temporal bone 60. firm attachment of the disk to the medial and lateral condyles 61. primary curve of the vertebral column is in a from of a.) Lordosis b.) Scoliosis c.) Kyphosis 62. which of the ff is not part of the close kinematic chain of the vertebral column a.) b.) c.) d.) IVD Vertebral body Sacrum Hip joint

63. the intervertebral joint is a: a.) b.) c.) d.) Synovial joint Diarthrodial joint Both Neither

65. in a typical vertebra the prominences is found in the neural arch is located a.) b.) c.) d.) Anteriorly Posteriorly Laterally Medially

66. involving the projections the projections of the arch, how many does not come in contact with the adjacent vertebra a.) b.) c.) d.) 1 3 4 2

67. the cartilaginous end plate of a vertebra is covering of the: a.) b.) c.) d.) Spongy bone Cotical bone Trabacular bone Cancellous bone

75. when a person tries to rotate his head to the right with resistance, all of the ff muscles are active except: a.) b.) c.) d.) Left Left Left Left spinalis rotators multifidus semispinalis

68. another function of the cartilaginous end plate: a.) b.) c.) d.) Formation of ligamentum nuchae Nourish the fascia Nourish the discs Limit torsional stress

76. a person standing erect is rotating his body to the left. Which of the ff muscle is stretched? a.) b.) c.) d.) Left intercostal oblique Left rotatores Right external oblique Right multifidus

69. components of IVDs except a.) b.) c.) d.) GAG CHON Collagen Lubricin

77. the capsule of the facet joint is more vulnerable to: a.) b.) c.) d.) Excessive Excessive Excessive Excessive flexion extension rotation lat. Bending

70. the fluid of content of the IVDs is directly proportional to: a.) b.) c.) d.) Duration of rest Duration of work Amount of collagen Amount of CHON

78. the ff. structures are responsible for absorbing compressive load except: a.) b.) c.) d.) IVDs Vertebral end plate Vertebral bodies Ligamentum flavum

73. an example of intra segmental ligament a.) b.) c.) d.) Ant. Longitudinal lig Post. Longitudinal lig Supraspinatous lig. Intervertebral lig

79. torsional stiffness of the vertebral body is attributed mainly by: a.) b.) c.) d.) IVDs Vertebral end plate Facet orientation Facet capsule

74. all of these ligaments change name as soon as they reach the level of C1 except. a.) b.) c.) d.) Ant. Longitudinal lig. Ligamentum flavum Supraspinatous lig. Post. Longitudinal lig

81. center edge angle is an inclination of the: a.) b.) c.) d.) Femoral head Femoral neck Acetabulum Labrum

88. the ff are true about the normal hip ROM except: a.) Descending stairs>ascending stairs b.) Flexion w/ knee flexed>w/knee extended c.) Tying a shoe lace>sitting d.) Abduction>Adduction 89. open chain right hip abduction in gait a.) b.) c.) d.) Hiking on right side Hiking on left side Drop on right side Drop on left side

82. the angle of torsion is seen on: a.) b.) c.) d.) Femoral head Acetabulum Both Neither

83. the risk of superior dislocation of the femoral head is likely to: a.) b.) c.) d.) Underdeveloped of angle Over developed of angle Coxa valga Coxa vara

90. in reference to the above (#89) the side where the lumbar vertebra goes into: a.) b.) c.) d.) Right side bending Left side bending Rotation to the left Rotation to the right

85. which among these ligaments it connects to stabilize the hip in weight bearing a.) Ischiofemoral b.) Iliofemoral c.) Pubofemoral 86. the main vessel that supply the hip after bone maturity a.) b.) c.) d.) Obturator artery Femoral artery Popliteal artery Saphenous artery

91. in reference to #89 which gluteus muscle to contractt in stabilizing the joint: a.) b.) c.) d.) Right gluteus medius Left gluteus medius Both Neither

92. the gluteus medius above #91 is contracting: a.) b.) c.) d.) Concentrically Eccentrically Both Neither

87. the trabecular system that bears the torsional stress on the hip joint a.) b.) c.) d.) Medial trabecular Lateral trabecular Both Neither

93. adductors are accessory hip flexor, in what position will those muscle ---- the hip? a.) b.) c.) d.) Extended Flexed Abducted Adducted

94. gluteus maximus has a leverage in _____ the hip joint except: a.) b.) c.) d.) Extension Abduction Lateral rotation Medial rotation

95. this muscle has dual innervation a.) b.) c.) d.) Adductor magnus Adductor longus Sartorius Rectus femoris