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Locomotion and Movement Mock Exam-8

Question No:1

Ball and socket joints can be seen in

[A] wrist
[B] fingers
[C] neck
[D] shoulders



Question No:2

The knee joint in between the thigh and lower leg is a

[A] Hinge joint
[B] Gliding joint
[C] Pivot joint
[D] Fixed joint



Question No:3

When the head of humerus fits into glenoid cavity, joint is

[A] Ball and socket joint
[B] Hinge joint
[C] Pivot joint
[D] Saddle joint



Question No:4

The joint between the carpal bones and tarsal bones is

[A] Gliding joint
[B] Ball and socket joint
[C] Hinge joint
[D] Saddle joint



Question No:5

Joint between femur and tibio-fibula is

[A] Hinge joint
[B] Saddle joint
[C] Pivot joint
[D] Imperfect joint



Question No:6

Articulation of the atlas with the axis is an example of

[A] Hinge joint
[B] Ball and socket joint
[C] Gliding joint
[D] Pivot joint



Question No:7

Sutural joints are found between

[A] Parietals of skull
[B] Humerus and radio-ulna
[C] Glenoid cavity and pectoral girdle
[D] Thumb and metatarsal



Question No:8

Synovial joints is

[A] Pivot joint
[B] Hinge joint
[C] Ball and socket joint
[D] All



Question No:9

Which of the following pairs is correctly matched?

[A] Hinge joint — Between vertebrae
[B] Gliding joint – Between carpal and metacarpal of thumb
[C] Cartilaginous joint – between carpels
[D] Fibrous joint – Flat skull bones



Question No:10

What is the joint between sternum and the ribs in humans?

[A] Fibrous joint
[B] Gliding joint
[C] Cartilaginous joint
[D] Angular joint



Question No:11

The shoulder and hip are

[A] Pivot joint
[B] Hinge joint
[C] ellipsoid joint
[D] ball and socket joint



Question No:12

Symphysis is made up of

[A] fibre cartilage
[B] synovial fluid
[C] elastic cartilage
[D] hyaline cartilage



Question No:13

Inflammation of joints due to accumulation of uric acid crystals occurs in

[A] Osteoporosis
[B] Gout
[C] Tetany
[D] Rickets



Question No:14

Myasthenia gravis is

[A] auto immune disorder affecting neuromuscular junction leading to fatigue, weakening and paralysis of skeletal muscle
[B] progressive degeneration of skeletal muscle mostly due to genetic disorder
[C] rapid spasms (wild contractions) in muscle due to low Ca++ in body fluid
[D] inflammation of joints



Question No:15

Progressive degeneration of skeletal muscle, mostly due to genetic disorder, is

[A] Osteoporosis
[B] Gout
[C] Tetany
[D] Muscular dystrophy