Q1. Movements made through the thumb comprise:
A. Flexion and extension.
B. Abduction and adduction.
C. Flexion, extension and opposition.
D. Flexion, extension and rotation.
E. Both B and C.
Q2.The origins of extrinsic muscles of the hand are:
A. Ulna and radius.
B. Scapula and humerus.
C. Humerus, radius and ulna.
D. Carpals and metacarpals.
E) Flexor retinaculum.
Q3. Muscles which originate on the hamate bone comprise:
A. Palmaris brevis and adductor pollicis.
B. Palmar interossei.
C. Opponens pollicis and adductor digiti minimi.
D. Flexor digiti minimi brevis and opponens digiti minimi.
E. None of above.
Q4. Which group of the muscles can bring the thighs altogether, causing the knees to touch?
B. Quadriceps femoris
C. Lateral rotators
Q5. Muscles in which of the given groups originate on pelvis?
A. Muscles which move the foot and toes.
B. Muscles that move the ankle.
C. Muscles which move the thigh.
D. B and C only.
E. All of these groups comprise muscles which originate on pelvis