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Exam Questions Hip Bone

Exam Questions Hip Bone

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Exam Questions Hip Bone

  1. 1. Questions Hip Bone
  2. 2. With regard to the highlighted region 1 This is the superior ramus of the pubis 2 This is the superior ramus of the ischium 3 Adductor magnus attaches here 4 Adductor brevis attaches here 5 Quadratus femoris attaches here Question 1 – hip bone
  3. 3. With regard to the highlighted region 1 This is the superior ramus of the pubis T 2 This is the superior ramus of the ischium F 3 Adductor magnus attaches here F 4 Adductor brevis attaches here F 5 Quadratus femoris attaches here F Adductor magnus and brevis attach to the inferior pubic ramus. Quadratus femoris attaches to the ischial tuberosity. Obturator externus attaches around the entire margin of the obturator foramen. Question 1 – hip bone
  4. 4. With regard to ligaments around the hip bone 1 The sacrospinous ligament separates the greater and lesser sciatic foramina from each other 2 The pubofemoral ligament is an inverted Y-shaped ligament 3 The ligamentum teres is tensed when the hip is abducted 4 The inguinal ligament attaches to the anterior superior iliac spine 5 The sacrospinous ligament attaches to the ischial tuberosity The iliofemoral ligament is a very strong ligament in the shape of an inverted Y. The ligamentum teres is relaxed when the hip is abducted. The sacrospinous ligament attaches to the ischial spine not the ischial tuberosity! Question 2 - hip bone
  5. 5. With regard to ligaments around the hip bone 1 The sacrospinous ligament separates the greater and lesser sciatic foramina from each other T 2 The pubofemoral ligament is an inverted Y-shaped ligament F 3 The ligamentum teres is tensed when the hip is abducted F 4 The inguinal ligament attaches to the anterior superior iliac spine T 5 The sacrospinous ligament attaches to the ischial tuberosity F The iliofemoral ligament is a very strong ligament in the shape of an inverted Y. The ligamentum teres is relaxed when the hip is abducted. The sacrospinous ligament attaches to the ischial spine not the ischial tuberosity! Question 2 - hip bone
  6. 6. The highlighted area: 1 Is the superior ramus of ischium 2 Is the superior ramus of the ilium 3 Is the ischial tuberosity 4 Gives attachment to gracilis 5 Gives attachment to semimembranosus Question 3 - hip bone
  7. 7. The highlighted area: 1 Is the superior ramus of ischium F 2 Is the superior ramus of the ilium F 3 Is the ischial tuberosity T 4 Gives attachment to gracilis F 5 Gives attachment to semimembranosus T Gracilis attaches to the ischiopubic ramus. Question 3 - hip bone
  8. 8. The muscle that attaches to the highlighted area 1 Inserts onto the lesser trochanter 2 Inserts onto the greater trochanter 3 Abducts the hip joint 4 Flexes the hip joint 5 Is supplied by the superior gluteal nerve T Question 4 - hip bone inner aspect of right hip bone
  9. 9. The muscle that attaches to the highlighted area 1 Inserts onto the lesser trochanter T 2 Inserts onto the greater trochanter F 3 Abducts the hip joint F 4 Flexes the hip joint T 5 Is supplied by the superior gluteal nerve F T Question 4 - hip bone This is the inner aspect of the ilium. Iliacus originates from here and inserts onto the lesser trochanter. Iliacus is supplied by the femoral nerve proximal to the inguinal ligament. inner aspect of right hip bone
  10. 10. Which of the following structures exits the greater sciatic foramen below piriformis 1 Superior gluteal nerve 2 Obturator nerve 3 Posterior femoral cutaneous nerve 4 Sciatic nerve 5 Pudendal nerve Question 5 - hip bone
  11. 11. Which of the following structures exits the greater sciatic foramen below piriformis 1 Superior gluteal nerve F 2 Obturator nerve F 3 Posterior femoral cutaneous nerve T 4 Sciatic nerve T 5 Pudendal nerve T The superior gluteal nerve exits the greater sciatic foramen above piriformis. The obturator nerve exits through the obturator foramen. Question 5 - hip bone
  12. 12. The highlighted region: 1 Is the iliac spine 2 Is the ischial tuberosity 3 Provides attachment for the sacrospinous ligament 4 Provides attachment for the superior gemellus 5 Provides attachment for semitendinosus Question 6 - hip bone outer aspect of right hip bone
  13. 13. The highlighted region: 1 Is the iliac spine F 2 Is the ischial tuberosity F 3 Provides attachment for the sacrospinous ligament T 4 Provides attachment for the superior gemellus T 5 Provides attachment for semitendinosus F This is the ischial spine. Superior gemellus attaches to the outer surface of the ischial spine. The semitendinosus attaches to the ischial tuberosity Question 6 - hip bone outer aspect of right hip bone
  14. 14. The following muscles attach to the highlighted area 1 Adductor magnus 2 Semimembranosus 3 Semitendinosus 4 Biceps femoris 5 Quadratus femoris Question 7 - hip bone outer aspect of right hip bone
  15. 15. The following muscles attach to the highlighted area 1 Adductor magnus T 2 Semimembranosus T 3 Semitendinosus T 4 Biceps femoris T 5 Quadratus femoris T This is the ischial tuberosity. It gives attachment to all the hamstrings. Question 7 - hip bone outer aspect of right hip bone
  16. 16. The muscles that attach to the highlighted region of bone are: 1 The hamstrings 2 Supplied by the tibial portion of the sciatic nerve 3 Flexors of the hip joint 4 The quadriceps 5 All inserted onto the tibia Question 8 - hip bone
  17. 17. The muscles that attach to the highlighted region of bone are: 1 The hamstrings T 2 Supplied by the tibial portion of the sciatic nerve T 3 Flexors of the hip joint F 4 The quadriceps F 5 All inserted onto the tibia F The highlighted region is the ischial tuberosity. The hamstring muscles semimembranosus, semitendinosus, long head of biceps femoris and the hamstring portion of adductor magnus originate from here. All these muscles are supplied by the tibial portion of the sciatic nerve and they all extend the hip joint. Adductor magnus inserts onto the femur and biceps femoris inserts onto the fibula. Question 8 - hip bone
  18. 18. The muscle that attaches to the highlighted area 1 Inserts onto the lesser trochanter 2 Extends the hip joint 3 Is supplied by the superior gluteal nerve 4 Inserts onto the gluteal tuberosity on the posterior aspect of the femoral shaft 5 Is easily palpable Question 9 - hip bone outer aspect of right hip bone
  19. 19. The muscle that attaches to the highlighted area 1 Inserts onto the lesser trochanter F 2 Extends the hip joint F 3 Is supplied by the superior gluteal nerve T 4 Inserts onto the gluteal tuberosity on the posterior aspect of the femoral shaft F 5 Is easily palpable F Gluteus minimus originates from here. It inserts onto the anterior surface of the greater trochanter and is supplied by the superior gluteal nerve. It lies beneath gluteus medius and is therefore not palpable. Gluteus maximus inserts onto the gluteal tuberosity and is supplied by the inferior gluteal nerve. Question 9 - hip bone outer aspect of right hip bone
  20. 20. The muscle that attaches to the highlighted region 1 Is supplied by the femoral nerve 2 Is one of the hamstrings 3 Flexes the knee 4 Inserts onto the fibula 5 Is part of the anterior compartment of the thigh Question 10 - hip bone inner aspect of right hip bone
  21. 21. The muscle that attaches to the highlighted region 1 Is supplied by the femoral nerve T 2 Is one of the hamstrings F 3 Flexes the knee T 4 Inserts onto the fibula F 5 Is part of the anterior compartment of the thigh T The highlighted area is the anterior superior iliac spine and the sartorius muscle attaches here. The muscle inserts onto the upper medial surface of the shaft of the tibia at the pes anserinus. It is a flexor both of the hip and knee joints. Question 10 - hip bone inner aspect of right hip bone

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