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Anatomy & Physiology Level III Mock Paper Practice Test quiz 32

Anatomy & Physiology Level III Mock Paper Practice Test quiz 32

Anatomy & Physiology Level III Mock Paper Practice Test

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What does Horizontal flexion achieve anatomically?

Horizontal flexion moves a limb across the body in the transverse plane
Horizontal flexion moves a limb across the body in the lateral plane
Horizontal flexion moves a limb across the body in the sagittal plane
Horizontal flexion moves a limb across the body in the medial plane

What does horizontal extension achieve anatomically?

Horizontal extension moves an limb across the body back to original position in the frontal plane
Horizontal extension moves an limb across the body back to original position in the transverse plane
Horizontal extension moves an limb across the body back to original position in the medial plane
Horizontal extension moves an limb across the body back to original position in the sagittal plane

What does lateral flexion achieve anatomically?

This occurs when bending the spine to the side in the medial plane.
This occurs when bending the spine to the side in the frontal plane.
This occurs when bending the spine to the side in the sagittal plane.
This occurs when bending the spine to the side in the sagittal plane.

What does lateral extension achieve anatomically?

This occurs when straightening up the spine from a sideways bend in the frontal plane
This occurs when straightening up the spine from a sideways bend in the laterial plane
This occurs when straightening up the spine from a sideways bend in the sagittal plane

What does Rotation achieve anatomically?

Turning of a bone around on its own long axis in the frontal plane
Turning of a bone around on its own long axis in the transverse plane
Turning of a bone around on its own long axis in the medial plane
Turning of a bone around on its own long axis in the lateral plane

What does Supination achieve anatomically?

Turning the palm of the hands upwards using the lateral plane
Turning the palm of the hands upwards using the transverse plane
Turning the palm of the hands upwards using the medial plane
Turning the palm of the hands upwards using the sagittal plane

What does Pronation achieve anatomically?

Turning the palm of the hand downwards using the medial plane
Turning the palm of the hand downwards using the sagittal plane
Turning the palm of the hand downwards using the frontal plane
Turning the palm of the hand downwards using the transverse plane

What does Plantar Flexion achieve anatomically?

Pointing the toes downwards in the frontal plane
Pointing the toes downwards in the sagittal plane
Pointing the toes downwards in the transverse plane
Pointing the toes downwards in the medial plane

What does Dorsiflexion achieve anatomically?

Pointing the toes upwards in the sagittal plane
Pointing the toes upwards in the frontal plane
Pointing the toes upwards in the transverse plane
Pointing the toes upwards in the medial plane

Doing an Olympic Clean exercise occurs in which anatomical plane

Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
Transverse Plane
Lateral Plane
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