30-year-old man came to see the dentist with a complaining of the mastication disorder The pain appeared when the jaw moved backward. Doctor diagnose the inflammation one of the masticatory muscle. What muscle is it



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  1. 30-year-old man came to see the dentist with a complaining of the mastication disorder. . The pain appeared when the jaw moved backward. Doctor diagnose the inflammation one of the masticatory muscle. What muscle is it? A. *Temporal (posterior fibers) B. Temporal (anterior fibers) C. Medial pterygoid D. Lateral pterygoid E. Masticatory muscle

  2. A 19-year-old victim has been delivered to the casualty department with a cut wound of the trapezius muscle. Which of the cervical fasciae forms a sheath for this muscle? A. *Investing layer of cervical fascia B. Muscular part of the pretacheal layer of cervical fascia C. Visceral part of the pretracheal layer of cervical fascia D. Prevertebral layer of cervical fascia E. Carotid sheath of cervical fascia

  3. A 35 year old man with a trauma of his left hand was admitted to the traumatology department. Objectively: cut wound of palmar surface of left hand; middle phalanxes of II–V fingers don’t bend. What muscles are damaged? A. *Superficial finger flexor B. Profound finger flexor C. Lumbrical muscles D. Palmar interosseous muscles E. Dorsal interosseous muscles

  4. A 37-year-old patient had a cough, then asphyxia because a foreign body got into the respiratory tracts. Tracheotomy was made in the neck region limited by the superior belly of omohyoid muscle, sternocleidomastoid muscle and the median neck line. In what triangle of neck was the operation performed? A. Carotid. *B. Omotracheal. C. Submandibular. D. Omotraperoid. E. Omoclavicular.

  5. A 38-year-old man with a right hand trauma has been taken to a traumatology center. Examination has shown an incised wound in the region of the right hand thumb eminence; the distal phalanx of the I finger does not bend. What muscle has been damaged? *A. Long flexor of thumb. B. Short flexor of thumb. C. Short abductor muscle of thumb. D. Opposer muscle of thumb. E. Adductor of thumb.

  6. A 38-year-old patient came to a traumatology centre and complained about an injury of his right hand. Objectively: the patient has a cut wound in the region of the thenar eminence on the right hand; distal phalanx of the I finger cannot be flexed. What muscle was injured? A. *Long flexor muscle of thumb B. Short flexor muscle of thumb C. Short abductor muscle of thumb D. Opposer muscle of thumb E. Abductor muscle of thumb

  7. A 39-year-old man has been taken to a traumatology center with a left hand trauma. Examination has shown an incised wound in the region of the left hand thumb eminence; the proximal phalanx of the I finger does not bend. What muscle has been damaged? A. Adductor of thumb. B. Long flexor of thumb. C. Short abductor muscle of thumb. D. Opposer muscle of thumb. *E. Short flexor of thumb.

  8. A 42-year-old male with a lesion of the ulnar nerve is unable to flex the II and V fingers to the midline. Which muscle function is impaired in this case? A. *Palmar interosseous muscles B. Dorsal interosseous muscle C. Fidicinales D. Short palmar muscle E. Abductor muscle of little finger

  9. A 45-year-old man was admitted to a traumatology center after a shoulder home accident. Examination has shown the absence of extension, adduction and pronation functions of the shoulder. What muscle has been injured? A. Supraspinatus. B. Subscapularis. C. Teres minor. D. Infraspinatus. *E. Teres major.

  10. A 45-year-old man with domestic apper arm injuiry came to the trauma unit. The objective data are: there are no extension, adduction or pronation functions of the arm. What muscle damage caused this condition? A. *Teres major B. Subscapular C. Teres minor D. Subspinous E. Supraspinous

  11. A 55-year-old patien was hospitalized in result of the trauma of the medial group of femoral muscles. What kind of movements is the patient unable to do? A. *Adduction of femur B. Abduction of femur C. Flexion of femur D. Extension of femur E. Suppination of femur

  12. A basketball-player complains of pain in the calcaneal region, which intensifies while walking. What muscle tendon is injured? A. Long peroneal muscle. B. Posterior tibial muscle. C. Long flexor muscle of toes. *D. Triceps muscle of calf. E. Short peroneal muscle.

  13. A boy has fallen down from a tree. Now he finds it difficult to abduct his arm into horizontal position. Which muscle is most likely to be injured? A. *M.deltoideus B. M.triceps brachii C. M.anconeus D. M.coracobrachialis E. M.supinator

  14. A boy, 8 years old, cannot put lips round,the angles of the mouth are pulled out and up, and oral fissure is stretched aside. What muscle is injured? A. Risorius. B. Greater zygomatic. C. Buccinator. *D. Orbicular muscle of mouth. E. Masticatory.

  15. A child, 8 years old, was admitted to a clinic with an incised wound of the right leg sole. Debridement has shown a deep wound with tendon tear in the plantar region near the lateral border of the foot. Lifting of the lateral border of the foot is limited. The function of what muscle has been affected? A. M. tibialis anterior. *B. M. peroneus longus. C. M. extensor digitorum longus. D. M. quadriceps femoris. E. M. triceps surae.

  16. A comminuted fracture of infraglenoid tubercle caused by shoulder joint injury has been detected during X-ray examination of a patient. What muscle tendon attached at this site has been damaged? A. *Long head of m. triceps brachii B. Long head of m. biceps brachii C. Medial head of m. triceps brachii D. Lateral head of m. triceps brachii E. Short head of m. biceps brachii

  17. A doctor asked a patient to make a deep exhalation after a normal inhalation. What muscles contract during such exhalation? A. *Abdominal muscles B. External intercostal muscles C. Diaphragm D. Trapezius muscles E. Pectoral muscles

  18. A man 29 years old was delivered to the surgical clinic with a lacerated wound of right ischial area. The examination revealed a deep wound with muscle injury. When the patient lie on his stomach, he cannot raise his right leg, so the hip extension is difficult. What muscle isn’t function? A. *gluteus maximus m. B. tibialis anterior m. C. quadriceps femoris m. D. triceps surae m. E. peroneus longus m.

  19. A man can not bend his arm in the elbow joint because of a wound of anterior shoulder surface. Which muscle is injured? A. Anconeus. B. Deltoid. C. Pectoral major. D. Triceps brachial. *E. Biceps brachial.

  20. A man with an injury in the nuchal region (regio nuchae) was admitted to the resuscitation department. What muscle occupies this region? *A. m. trapezius B. m. sternocleidomastoideus C. m. latissimus dorsi D. m. rhomboideus minor E. m. scalenus anterior

  21. A man with an injury of the dorsal area of his neck was admitted to the resuscitation department. What muscle occupies this area? A. M.trapezius B. M.sternocleidomastoideus C. M.latissimus dorsi D. M.rhomboideus minor E. M.scalenus anterior

  22. A man with cut wound of his right foot sole was admitted to the hospital ward. The patient has limited elevation of the lateral foot edge. In course of wound management the injury of a muscle tendon was revealed. What muscle is injured? A. *Long peroneal B. Anterior tibial C. Long extensor muscle of toes D. Triceps muscle of crus E. Short peroneal

  23. A man, 30 years old, appealed to a traumatologist with an incised wound of the left foot plantar region. The injured had problems with lifting the lateral border of the foot. What muscle function was affected? A. Triceps surae. B. Tibialis anterior. C. Flexor hallucis longus. *D. Peroneus longus. E. Soleus.

  24. A man, 30 years old, appealed to adentist complaining of mastication disorder: painful backward movement of the mandible. The doctor detected the inflammation of a masticatory muscle. Which muscle exactly is it? *A. Temporal (posterior fibres). B. Temporal (anterior fibres). C. Medial pterygoid. D. Lateral pterygoid. E. Masticatory.

  25. A mother appealed to a pediatriacian complaining of her 1-year-old child's neck always turned to the left. What neck muscle is underdeveloped? *A. Sternocleidomastoid. B. Platysma. C. Digastric. D. Long muscle of neck. E. Thyrohyoid.

  26. A patient complained about being unable to adduct and abduct fingers in the metacarpophalangeal articulations towards and away from the 3rd finger. Which muscles’ function is impaired? A. *Interosseous muscles B. Lumbrical muscles C. Breviflexors of fingers D. Long flexors of fingers E. Extensors

  27. A patient complains of impossible external rotation caused by a shoulder trauma in the great tubercle of humeri area. What muscles are injured? A. Supraspinatus and teres major. *B. Infraspinatus and teres minor. C. Subscapular and coracobrachial. D. Deltoid and supraspinatus. E. Teres major and teres minor.

  28. A patient complains of pain in the left part of the neck while moving. The best painless position is bending the neck to the left with simultaneous raising of the chin and rotation of the face to the opposite side. What muscle is injured? A. Right trapezius. B. Right sternocleidomastoid. C. Left trapezius. *D. Left sternocleidomastoid. E. Sternohyoid.

  29. A patient has a deep cut wound on the posterior surface of his shoulder in its middle third. What muscle might be injured? A. *Triceps muscle of arm B. Biceps muscle of arm C. Anconeus muscle D. Brachial muscle E. Coracobrachial muscle

  30. A patient has a fissure of the shaft of humerus posterior surface diagnosed. Symptoms of the radial nerve injury in the region of canal is humeromuscularis are observed. What is this canal limited by? *A. Posterior surface of humerus and triceps muscle of arm. B. Anterior surface of humerus and biceps muscle of arm. C. Anterior surface of humerus and coracobrachial. D. Anterior surface of humerus and brachial. E. Posterior surface of humerus and anconeus.

  31. A patient has complications of hand movements. Inflammation of common synovial sheath for flexor tendons has been diagnosed. According to anamnesis, a week before the patient got a punctured wound of a finger. Which finger is injured? *A. Little finger. B. Thumb. C. Middle finger. D. Index finger. E. Ring finger.

  32. A patient has difficulties with hand movement. Examination revealed inflammation of common synovial sheath of flexor muscles. It is known from the patient’s anamnesis that he got a stab wound of finger a week ago. Which finger was most probably damaged? A. *Digitus minimus B. Pollex C. Digitus medius D. Index E. Digitus anularis

  33. A patient was admitted to an intensive therapy department with heavy poisoning. To provide holiatry it is necessary to catheterize the patient and inject medicines into subclavian vein. In what topographical place is it localized? A. Spatium interscalenum. *B. Spatium anterscalenum. C. Spatium retrosternocleidomastoideus. D. Spatium interaponeuroticum suprasternale. E. Trigonum omotrapezoideum.

  34. A patient was admitted to the surgical department with inguinal hernia. During the operation the surgeon performs plastic surgery on posterior wall of inguinal canal. What structure forms this wall? A. *Transverse fascia B. Aponeurosis of abdominal external oblique muscle C. Inguinal ligament D. Loose inferior edge of transverse abdominal muscle E. Peritoneum

  35. A patient with a knife wound in the left lumbal part was delivered to the emergency hospital. In course of operation a surgeon found that internal organs were not damaged but the knife injured one of muscles of renal pelvis. What muscle is it? A. *Greater psoas muscle B. Iliac muscle C. Erector muscle of spine D. Abdominal internal oblique muscle E. Abdominal external oblique muscle

  36. A patient with a tumor in brainstem area has a difficulty with putting his tongue forward. What tongue muscle function has been affected? A. Transversal. B. Stylohyoid. C. Hyoglossal. D. Superior lingual *E. Genioglossal.

  37. A patient with neuritis of femoral nerve has disturbed flexion of thigh as well as disturbed crus extension in the knee joint. What muscle’s function is disturbed? A. *Quadriceps muscle of thigh B. Biceps muscle of thigh C. Triceps muscle of thigh D. Semitendinous muscle E. Semimembranous muscle

  38. A physician examined a patient and found inguinal hernia. Through what anatomic formation does it penetrate into the skin? A. *Hiatus saphenus B. Anulus femoralis C. Canalis adductorius D. Lacuna musculorum E. Anulus inguinalis superf icialis

  39. A young man felt acute pain in the back during active drawing up on the horizontal bar. Objectively: pain while moving upper extremity, reduced pronation and adduction functions. Sprain of what muscle can be observed here? A. . *latissimus dorsi B. .levator scapulae C. .romboideus major D. .trapezius E. .subscapularis

  40. After a shoulder injury in the area greater tuberosity of the humerus the patient can’t rotate the arm outward. What muscles are injured? A. * infraspinatus m. and teres minor m. B. supraspinatus m. and teres major m. C. subscapularis m. and coracobrachialis m. D. deltoid m. and supraspinatus m. E. teres major m. and teres minor m.

  41. After a trauma a patient lost ability of elbow extension. This might have been caused by dysfunction of the following main muscle: A. *m. triceps brachii B. m. subscapularis C. m. teres major D. m. infraspinatus E. m. levator scapulae

  42. After an accident a patient has severe painfullness and anterior leg surface edema, dorsal flexion of the foot is difficult. Which muscle functions are damaged? A. Long peroneal muscle. B. Long flexor muscle of toes. C. Long flexor muscle of great toe. *D. Anterior tibial. E. Short peroneal muscle.

  43. After an injury a patient can not raise his hand to the horizontal level. Which muscle is injured? A. Triceps muscle of arm. B. Biceps muscle of arm. *C. Deltoid. D. Trapezius. E. Broadest muscle of back.

  44. An athlete has pain along the sciatic nerve due to compression of its muscle, which passes through the greater sciatic foramen. What muscle was injured during exercise? A. *Piriform m. B. Internal obturator m. C. Psoas m. D. Iliac m. E. External obturator m.

  45. An X-ray examination has shown a comminuted fracture of the infraglenoid tubercle of a patient with a trauma in the shoulder joint area. Tendon of what muscle head beginning in this place has been damaged? *A. A long head of m. tricepitis brachii. B. A long head of m. bicepitis brachii. C. A medial head of m. tricepitis brachii. D. A lateral head of m. tricepitis brachii. E. A short head of m. bicepitis brachii.

  46. As a result of an accident a patient has intense painfullness and edema of the anterior crus surface; dorsal flexion of foot is hindered. Function of which crus muscle is most likely to be disturbed? A. *M.tibialis anterior B. M.flexor digitorum longus C. M.flexor hallucis longus D. M.peroneus longus E. M.peroneus brevis

  47. As a result of an injury a patient cannot extend his arm at the elbow. This may cause abnormal functioning of the following muscle: A. Musculus levator scapulae B. *Musculus triceps brachii C. Musculus infraspinatus D. Musculus teres major E. Musculus subscapularis

  48. As a result of tibia fracture the anterior muscle of leg was injured. The function of what muscle is affected? *A. Extensor hallucis longus. B. Flexor digitorum longus. C. Peroneus longus. D. Soleus. E. Extensor digitorum brevis.

  49. Basketball player complains of pain above the heel, which is increases during walking. Where is the damage (the muscle)? A. *triceps surae m. B. tibialis posterior m. C. flexor digitorum longus m. D. fibularis longus m. E. fibularis brevis m.

  50. Child 7 years old cannot do shoulder abduction and raise it to a horizontal level, hand-to-face abduction is only by backside, with some shoulder abduction (the hand of "trumpeter"). What muscle doesn’t work? A. *Deltoid B. Infraspinatus C. Pectoralis major D. Teres minor E. Teres major

  51. Due to the presence of a malignant tumor on the tongue, the patient should be removed it. Where is easy to find the lingual artery and ligate it? A. *In the Pirogov’s triangle B. In the carotid triangle C. In the omo-subclavian triangle D. In the omo- trapezoid triangle E. In the omo-tracheal triangle

  52. Due to work injury a male 45 year old damaged the back area of the left elbow joint. OBJECTIVE: it’s difficult to extend a forearm. What muscles are probably damaged? A. *triceps brachii, m anconeus B. brachioradialis, m. anconeus C. biceps brachii D. biceps brachii, m. anconeus E. triceps brachii

  53. During a game a basketball-player injured his right leg in consequence of which he couldn't bend the right foot. A doctor detected that tendons were injured. The tendon of what muscle was injured? *A. Triceps surae. B. Extensor hallucis longus. C. Tibialis anterior. D. Biceps femoris. E. Sartorius.

  54. During a surgery for femoral hernia a surgeon operates within the boundaries of femoral trigone. What structure makes up its upper margin? A. *Lig. inguinale B. Arcus iliopectineus C. Lig. lacunare D. Lig. pectinale E. Fascia lata

  55. During a traffic accident a driver got multiple injuries of the lateral face area including jugal bridge fracture. Which muscle function is affected? *A. Masseter. B. Orbicular muscle of mouth. C. Buccinator. D. Procerus. E. Risorius.

  56. During examination of a patient a doctor should use anatomical division of anterior abdominal wall into regions for more precise diagnostics. How many such regions can abdomen be divided into? A. *9 B. 8 C. 6 D. 5 E. 4

  57. During physical training a 15-year-old pupil felt pain in the hip joint area after the lower extremity internal rotation. Traumatologist detected an injury of a muscle tendon. What muscle is it? A. M. piriformis. B. M. obturatorius internus. C. M. obturatorius externus. *D. M. gluteus medius. E. M. quadratus femoris.

  58. During the active chin-ups doing a male felt a sharp pain in the back muscles. During examination there was a pain when he tried to raise up the limb, to do pronation or abduction. Which muscle function is affected? A. *latissimus dorsi m. B. levator scapulae m. C. romboideus major m. D. trapezius m. E. subscapularis m.

  59. During the examination it was revealed that patient cannot put his lips together like a tube, cannot whistle, while laughing the corners of the mouth do not rise up, it’s observed transverse smile. Patient suffers for myopathy that is a hereditary disease with muscle dystrophiy. What muscle is atrophied? A. *Orbicularis oris muscle B. Zygomatic major muscle C. Cervical muscles D. Risorius muscle E. Masticatory muscle

  60. During the examination the physician noted the asymmetry of patient’s face. The patient cannot wrinkled his brow, raise eyebrows, whistle, close the eyes completely, baring his teeth. What muscles do not function? A. *Mimic B. Masticatory C. Calvarial D. Subcutaneous E. Suprahyoid

  61. During the physical examination it was determine a significant difference between the roundness of right and left hips. Roundness of the right hip is smaller than the left one, on the right side there is no knee-jerk reaction. What muscle was atrophied? A. *quadriceps B. triceps C. ilio-femoral D. great adductor muscle E. tailor's muscle

  62. Examination of a patient's facial expression has shown that he can not put his lips, round, whistle, the oral fissure is stretched to sides. What muscle's atrophy do these symptoms indicate? A. Risorius muscles. B. Greater zygomatic. C. Cheek muscle. *D. Orbicular muscle of mouth. E. Masticatory.

  63. In emergency station entered a man 39 years old with left wrist injury. During the examination it was revealed the cut wound at the area of thumb elevation, the proximal phalanx of the thumb is not flex. What muscle is damaged? A. *Short flexor of the thumb B. Long flexor of the thumb C. Short abductor of the thumb D. Muscle that contrasts thumb E. Adductor muscle of the thumb

  64. In the casualty department entered a man 35 years old with a injure of the left hand. During the examination it was revealed the cut of palmar surface on the left hand, the middle phalanges II - V fingers do not flex. What muscles are damaged? A. *Superficial flexor of fingers B. Deep flexor of fingers C. Lumbrical muscles D. Palmar interosseous muscles E. Dorsal interosseous muscle

  65. Little finger felon was complicated by the phlegmon of hand and forearm. Purulent process has spread over: *A. Vagina communis tendinum musculorum flexorum. B. Vagina tendinis musculi flexoris pollicis longi. C. Canalis carpalis. D.Vagina tendinis musculi flexoris carpi radialis. E. Interfascial compartments.

  66. Little finger panaritium become complicated by phlegmon of hand and forearm. Purulent process spread out: A. *Vagina synovialis communis mm.flexorum B. Vagina tendinis m.flexor pollicis longi C. Canalis carpalis D. Vagina tendinis m.flexor carpi radialis E. Interfascial compartment

  67. Male 26 year old injured the upper third of the arm during working. It wasn’t revealed the bone damage during examination in the emergency room .There is no active extension of the forearm. What muscle is probably damaged? A. *Triceps brachii B. Teres pronator muscle C. Coracobrachial muscle D. Biceps E. Articular muscle of elbow

  68. Patient 26 years old fell and injured palmar surface of the hand. The deep wound of the medial side of the left hand with a muscle injury was revealed during the examination. The patient cannot do adduction and flexion of the little finger. What muscles are probably damaged? A. *flexor pollicis brevis, m. lumbricalis B. abductor pollicis brevis, m. opponens policis C. opponens policis, m. adductor policis D. palmaris brevis, m. abductor digiti minimi E. palmaris longus, m. opponens policis

  69. Patient 28 years old cut the front surface of the forearm 2 cm below the elbow, he is not able to rotate the hand inside. What muscle isn’t function? A. *pronator teres B. flexor pollicis longus C. pronator quadratus D. flexor digitorum profundus E. supinator

  70. Right palpebral fissure of a patient is noticeably bigger than the left one. Which facial muscle function is damaged? *A. Orbicular muscle of eye. B. Procerus. C. Corrugator. D. Occipitofrontal (frontal belly). E. Greater zygomatic.

  71. Scapular spine of the patient is protruding. What muscles have atrophied? A. *Supraspinatus, infraspinatus B. Supraspinatus, elevator muscle of scapula C. Infraspinatus, omohyoid muscle D. Subscapularis, teres major muscle E. Deltoid, teres minor muscle

  72. The athlete has rupture of Achilles tendon. What muscle is damaged? A. *Triceps surae B. Tibialis anterior C. Posterior tibial D. Long fibula E. Flexor digitorum longus

  73. The mother asked to the pediatrician about the fact that the head of her 1 year old child is turned to the left. What neck muscle is underdeveloped? A. *Sternocleidomastoid muscle B. Subcutaneous muscle C. Digastric D. Longus colli E. Stylohyoid muscle

  74. The muscle which belong to the surae front group of muscles has been damaged due to fracture of the tibia. What muscle may be damaged? A. *long extensor muscle of great toe B. long flexor muscle of toes C. long peroneal muscle D. soleus muscle E. long extensor muscle of toes

  75. The neck triangle was limited by sternocleidomastoid muscle on the backside, posterior belly of digastric muscle from above, superior belly of omohyoid muscle in front. What is the name this triangle? A. *Carotid B. Omo-tracheal. C. Submandibular D. Omo-clavicular, E. Omo-trapezoid

  76. The patient 18 years old who recovered from quinsy was complaining of health deterioration. During the examination it was revealed an abscess of the pharynx. What space of the neck must be penetrated by the surgeon during dissection of the abscess? A. *Retrovisceral space B. Previscerale space C. Interaponeurotical space D. Suprasternal space E. Pretracheal space

  77. The patient cannot abduct upper extremity from the trunk. What muscle does not function good? A. *deltoid B. teres major muscle C. infraspinatus muscle D. teres minor muscle E. latissimus dorsi

  78. The patient cannot move his fingers outward. What muscle does not function good? A. *Dorsal interosseous, B. lumbrical muscles C. Palmar interosseous, D. Superficial flexor digitorum, E. Deep flexor digitorum

  79. The patient complained of impossibility do adduction and abduction of fingers to the 3 finger in the metacarpophalangeal joint. Which muscle function is affected? A. *Intercostal muscles B. Lumbrical muscles C. Short flexor muscle of fingers D. Long flexor muscle of fingers E. Extensor muscle

  80. The patient complained of pain in the left inguinal region. During the examination it was diagnosed a femoral hernia. Walls of the femoral channel are: A. *Superficial and deep layers of fascia lata, femoral vien B. Superficial and deep layers of fascia lata, femoral artery C. Inguinal ligament, superficial and deep layers of fascia lata D. Deep layer of fascia lata, femoral vien, inguinal ligament E. Inguinal ligament, femoral vien, superficial layers of fascia lata

  81. The patient complains of pain during movement in the left side of the neck. Best position in which the patient does not feel pain is when neck tilts to the left at the same time the head lifts and the face turns in the opposite side. What muscle may be damaged? A. *sternocleidomastoid m. on the left side B. sternocleidomastoideus m. on the right side C. trapezius m. on the left side D. trapezius m. on the right side E. sternohyoid m.

  82. The patient has a deep transverse tibia damage of the lower third of the back surface. The dorsal surface of the foot is moved upwards. What ligament is damaged? A. *Achilles B. Flexor digitorum longus C. Long peroneus longus D. Extensor digitorum longus E. The posterior tibial muscle

  83. The patient has a dislocated shoulder joint with displacement of the humeral head anteriorly and upward. What muscle ligament is probably damaged? A. *Long head of biceps B. Short head of the biceps C. Long head of the triceps D. Deltoid E. Coracobrachialis

  84. The patient has an oblique inguinal hernia. Where is its gates? A. *Laterally from the inferior epigastric artery B. In fossa supracystic. C. In femoral fossa D. Medially from the inferior epigastric artery E. In muscular lacuna

  85. The patient was radiologically diagnosed a humerus fracture at tha area of intertubercular furrow. What muscle tendon may be injured first of all by bone fragment? A. *Biceps B. Deltoid muscle C. Teres major muscle D. Latissimus dorsi E. Pectoralis major muscle

  86. The patient went to a doctor because of soft tissue injuries of the proximal phalanx with a large palm phlegmon. Pus filled up common synovial sheath flexor tendons in which are superficial and deep digital flexor. On what finger proximal phalanx was damage? A. *On the V finger B. On the II finger C. On the III finger D. On the IV finger E. On the I finger

  87. The victim has a gunshot wound of the axilla’s front wall. What muscles can be damaged? A. *Major and minor pectoral muscles B. Deltoid and coracobrachial muscles C. Biceps and brachial muscles D. Serratus anterior and subscapularis muscles E .Major and minor teres muscles

  88. The victim has stab wound of the posterior lower wall of the axilla. What muscles were damaged? A. *Latissimus dorsi B. Triceps muscle C. Pectoralis major muscle D. Deltoid E. Infraspinatus muscle

  89. Usually the intravenous injection is done into median cubital vein because it is slightly movable due to fixation by the soft tissues. What does it fix in the cubital fossa? A. *Aponeurosis of biceps muscle B. Tendon of the triceps muscle C. Brachial muscle D. Brachioradial muscle E. Anconeus muscle

  90. When the 15-year-old student does physical exercise, he suddenly feels pain in the hip joint during rotation of the lower limb inside. What muscle is damaged? A. *gluteal medium muscle B. piriform muscle C. obturator internus muscle D. obturator externus muscle E. quadriceps


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