Medical Quiz

Joints and Range of Motion Quiz


Preview:


Bending the foot backwards

A. Supination

B. Pronation

C. Plantar flexion

D. Dorsiflexion


Turning palm up

A. Supination

B. Pronation

C. Dorsiflexion

D. Plantar flexion



A. Dorsiflexion

B. Plantar flexion

C. Inversion

D. Eversion



A. Dorsiflextion

B. Plantar flexion

C. Supination

D. Pronation


Which of the following is an example of a ball and socket joint?

A. Ribs

B. Elbow

C. Ankle

D. Shoulder


Movement applied to joint by another person

A. Active ROM

B. Resistive ROM

C. Passive ROM

D. Active assitive ROM



A. Flexion

B. Extension

C. Dorsiflexion

D. Plantar flexion


Bending a body part

A. Circumduction

B. Rotation

C. Flexion

D. Extension


Turning palm down

A. Pronation

B. Supination

C. Dorsiflexion

D. Hyperextension


Type of joint that allows rotational movement

A. Hinge

B. Cartilaginous

C. Fibrous

D. Pivot



A. Flexion

B. Extension

C. Supination

D. Pronation


Bending the foot forward

A. Dorsiflexion

B. Plantar flexion

C. Pronation

D. Supination


Moving a body part toward the body

A. Abduction

B. Adduction

C. Extension

D. Hyperextension



A. Ulnar deviation

B. Radial deviation

C. Pronation

D. Supination


Moving a body part away from the body

A. Abduction

B. Adduction

C. Pronation

D. Supination


Turning a body part inward

A. Eversion

B. Inversion

C. Radial deviation

D. Ulnar deviation



A. Flexion

B. Extension

C. Hyperextension

D. Circumduction



A. Opposition

B. Rotation

C. Abduction

D. Adduction


Turning a body part outward

A. Inversion

B. Eversion

C. Adduction

D. Abduction



A. Eversion

B. Inversion

C. Dorsiflexion

D. Plantar flexion



A. Radial deviation

B. Supination

C. Pronation

D. Ulnar deviation


Exercises performed by patients who are able to move each joint without assistance

A. Active assistive ROM

B. Active ROM

C. Passive ROM

D. Resistive ROM



A. Supination

B. Plantar flexion

C. Dorsiflexion

D. Pronation


Straightening of a body part

A. Flexion

B. Extension

C. Hyperextension

D. Plantar flexion



A. Adduction

B. Abduction

C. Flexion

D. Extension




Disclaimer:

Medical Quiz should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational and educational purposes only.