Exam Questions Anterior Thigh

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  • Questions Anterior Thigh

  • Question 1 Anterior Thigh

    The muscle in the diagram is1Gracilis2Sartorius3Vastus Medialis4Biceps Femoris5Rectus Femoris

  • Question 1 Anterior Thigh

    The muscle in the diagram is1GracilisF2SartoriusF3Vastus MedialisF4Biceps FemorisF5Rectus FemorisT

  • Question 2 - Anterior Thigh

    The following muscles are part of the Quadriceps mechanism1Vastus Intermedius2Sartorius3Biceps Femoris4Vastus Lateralis5Rectus Femoris

  • Question 2 - Anterior ThighThe Quadriceps comprises four musclesRectus FemorisVastus MedialisVastus IntermediusVastus Lateralis

    The following muscles are part of the Quadriceps mechanism1Vastus IntermediusT2SartoriusF3Biceps FemorisF4Vastus LateralisT5Rectus FemorisT

  • Question 3 - Anterior Thigh

    Vastus Lateralis Muscle1is attached, in part, to the intertrochanteric line of the femur2overlaps vastus intermedius3is overlapped by rectus femoris4is innervated by the sciatic nerve5forms the lateral boundary of the adductor canal

  • Question 3 - Anterior ThighThe vastus lateralis is part of quadriceps femoris, and is innervated by the femoral nerve, not the sciatic nerve.It is vastus medialis, not vastus lateralis, that forms the lateral boundary of the adductor canal.

    Vastus Lateralis Muscle1is attached, in part, to the intertrochanteric line of the femurT2overlaps vastus intermediusT3is overlapped by rectus femorisT4is innervated by the sciatic nerveF5forms the lateral boundary of the adductor canalF

  • Question 4 - Anterior Thigh

    This muscle1arises from the ischium2Arises from the pubis3Arises from the anterior superior iliac spine4Arises from the anterior inferior iliac spine5Arises from the ilium

  • Question 4 - Anterior ThighThis is rectus femoris which arises by two heads;Straight head: from the anterior inferior iliac spineReflected head: from a narrow strip of ilium just above acetabulum

    This muscle1arises from the ischiumF2Arises from the pubisF3Arises from the anterior superior iliac spineF4Arises from the anterior inferior iliac spineT5Arises from the iliumT

  • Question 5 - Anterior Thigh

    Concerning Sartorius Muscle1It is a flexor of the hip joint2Its medial border forms the lateral boundary of the femoral triangle 3It is crossed on its deep aspect by the lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh 4It arises from the anterior inferior iliac spine5It is innervated by the femoral nerve

  • Question 5 - Anterior ThighThe lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh, also known as the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, crosses superficial to Sartorius.

    Sartorius arises from the anterior superior iliac spine

    Concerning Sartorius Muscle1It is a flexor of the hip jointT2Its medial border forms the lateral boundary of the femoral triangle T3It is crossed on its deep aspect by the lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh F4It arises from the anterior inferior iliac spineF5It is innervated by the femoral nerveT

  • Question 6 - Anterior Thigh

    Concerning Vastus Intermedius 1It is supplied in part by the obturator nerve2It is a hamstring muscle3It is supplied by the femoral nerve4It arises from the anterior inferior iliac spine5It extends the knee

  • Question 6 - Anterior ThighVastus Intermedius is a Quadriceps muscle that arises from the anterior and lateral aspects of the femoral shaft.The straight head of the rectus femoris arises from the anterior inferior iliac spine.It is supplied entirely by the femoral nerve.

    Concerning Vastus Intermedius 1It is supplied in part by the obturator nerveF2It is a hamstring muscleF3It is supplied by the femoral nerveT4It arises from the anterior inferior iliac spineF5It extends the kneeT

  • Question 7 - Anterior Thigh

    The Vastus Lateralis arises from the 1Intertrochanteric crest2Lesser trochanter3Intertrochanteric line4Lateral supracondylar ridge5Greater trochanter

  • Question 7 - Anterior ThighVastus lateralis arises from the femur as follows;superior half of intertrochanteric lineanterior and inferior borders of greater trochanterlateral lip of linea asperalateral supracondylar ridge

    The Vastus Lateralis arises from the 1Intertrochanteric crestF2Lesser trochanterF3Intertrochanteric lineT4Lateral supracondylar ridgeT5Greater trochanterT

  • Question 8 - Anterior Thigh

    The muscle in the diagram1Is part of the quadriceps mechanism2Flexes the knee3Is supplied by the femoral nerve4Arises from lateral lip of the linea aspera5Adducts the thigh

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  • Question 8 - Anterior ThighThis is vastus medialis, part of the quadriceps mechanism.It arises from the femur as follows;inferior half of intertrochanteric linespiral linemedial lip of linea asperamedial supracondylar ridge of femurmedial intermuscular septum.

    It extends the knee.

    The muscle in the diagram1Is part of the quadriceps mechanismT2Flexes the kneeF3Is supplied by the femoral nerveT4Arises from lateral lip of the linea asperaF5Adducts the thighF

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  • Question 9 - Anterior Thigh

    Sartorius muscle attaches to the following bones1ilium2femur3fibula4tibia5ischium

  • Question 9 - Anterior ThighSartorius originates from the anterior superior iliac spine of the ilium of the hip bone and inserts onto the superior aspect of medial surface of tibial shaft

    Sartorius muscle attaches to the following bones1iliumT2femurF3fibulaF4tibiaT5ischiumF

  • Question 10 - Anterior Thigh

    A cross-sectional CT scan of the thigh halfway between the hip and knee joints will show: 1the psoas major tendon postero-medial to the femur2the sartorius muscle on the medial aspect of the thigh3the lateral head of gastrocnemius4the adductor hiatus5the vastus lateralis muscle arising from the posterior aspect of the femoral shaft

  • Question 10 - Anterior ThighPsoas major inserts onto the lesser trochanter and does not extend to mid-thigh level.The lateral head of gastrocnemius is considerably distal to mid-thigh level.The adductor hiatus is distal to mid-thigh level.

    A cross-sectional CT scan of the thigh halfway between the hip and knee joints will show: 1the psoas major tendon postero-medial to the femurF2the sartorius muscle on the medial aspect of the thighT3the lateral head of gastrocnemiusF4the adductor hiatusF5the vastus lateralis muscle arising from the posterior aspect of the femoral shaft T

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