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Question 1

A  man, in working conditions, got an injury of the femoral nerve, which runs in the lacuna musculorum. What structures do limit lacuna musculorum?

A
Lig. inquinale, os ilium, arcus ileopectineus.
B
Lig. inquinale, lig. lacunare, lig. Pectineale
C
Lig. inquinale, lig lacunare, os pubis.
D
Lig. inquinale, arcus ileopectineus, os pubis
E
Lig. inquinale, os ilium, lig. pectineale.
Question 2

In surgical delivered was taken a man with a deep sliver of the I intercarpal space. It is discovered a damage of  m. adductor pollicis. Which function is  broken?

A
Rotatio
B
Abductio
C
Flexio
D
Extensio
E
Adductio
Question 3

Continue the sentence: Articular tubercle of the temporal bone …

A
forms temporomandibular joint, which allows for movements of the mandible during opening and closing of the mouth
B
serves as a muscle attachment site.
C
forms the posterior portion of the zygomatic arch.
D
houses the structures of the middle and inner ears.
E
serves as an attachment site for several small muscles and for a ligament that supports the hyoid bone of the neck.
Question 4

Find the features of articulations interphalangaeae manus:

A
Composita, ellipsoidea
B
Composita, plana
C
Composita, pivot
D
Simplex, cotilica
E
Simplex, hinge
Question 5

At the soccer match, a player has got a trauma of the joint. Which of the following statements related to ligamentum capitis femoris are false?

A
it supports the coxal joint
B
it is extracapsular ligament
C
it contains arterial vessel supplying the head of femur
D
it extends from fossa acetabuli to fovea capitis femoris
E
it is intracapsular ligament
Question 6

What types of syndesmosis do you know?

A
sutura, symphysis, fonticulus
B
ligamentum, membrana, sutura, fonticulus
C
diartrosis, symphysis, synartrosis
D
articulatio, synchondrosis, synostosis, fonticulus
E
ligamentum, sutura, gomphosis, symphysis
Question 7

Find the features of the atlantooccipital joint:

A
combinata, simplex
B
composite, combinata
C
simplex, complex
D
composita, complex
E
composita
Question 8

Find the features of Articulatio coxae:

A
Composita , spheroidea
B
Composita
C
Simplex, ellipsoidea
D
Simplex, spheroidea (ball and socket)
E
Composita, plana
Question 9

What are the main ligaments which connect Articulatio sacroiliaca?

A
Sacroiliaca ventralia et dorsalia, sacrotuberale, iliolumbale
B
Sacroiliaca interossea, iliolumbale, sacroiliaca ventralia et dorsalia
C
Sacroiliaca ventralia et dorsalia, sacrotuberale, sacrococcygeum
D
Sacroiliaca ventralia et dorsalia, sacroiliaca interossea, sacrotuberale
E
Sacroiliaca ventralia et dorsalia, sacrotuberale, sacrospinale
Question 10

Find the joints between ossа metatarsi and phalanx proximalis:

A
Interphalangeae
B
Tarsometatarseae
C
Metatarsophalangeae
D
Intermetatarseae
Question 11

What is the name of bones connection made up with fibrous connective tissue?

A
articulatio
B
synchondrosis
C
symphysis
D
syndesmosis
E
synostosis
Question 12

What ligaments connect Articulatio coxae:

A
lig. iliofemorale, lig. capitis femoris
B
lig. Ischiofemorale, zona orhicularis, lig. capitis femoris
C
Zona orhicularis, lig. capitis femoris
D
lig. transversum acetabuli, lig. capitis femoris
E
Zona orbicularis, iliofemorale, ischiofemorale, pubofemorale
Question 13

Due to the fall, the boy, 1 year old, received injury of anterior fontanel. What type of skull bones connection were damaged?

A
Synostosis.
B
Syndesmosis.
C
Synchondrosis.
D
Hemiartrosis
E
Diartrosis.
Question 14

What kinds of joints do we have between  calvaria cranii?

A
Symphysis, Ligamenta
B
Ligamenta
C
Articulatio,Suturae
D
Suturae, Symphysis
E
Suturae, Synostosis, Fonticuli
Question 15

Articulation mediocarpea is consist of?

A
os scaphoideum,os triquetrum, os trapezium, os trapezoideum, os lunatum, os hamatum, os capitatum
B
os scaphoideum, os trapezoideum, radius
C
os pisiforme, os scaphoideum et os capitatum
D
os scaphoideum, os lunatum et ulna
E
os scaphoideum, os trquetrum, os pisiforme et os hamatum
Question 16

Name the layer of capsula articularis that produces synovial liquid?

A
external epithelial membrane
B
synovial membrane
C
fat membrane
D
fiber membrane
Question 17

What movements can we do in sagital axis?

A
circumductio, flexio
B
flexio, adductio
C
flexio, extensio
D
abductio, adductio
E
rotatio,extensio
Question 18

A patient was the trauma of hip region and the fracture of os ilium in the area of spina iliaca anterior inferior. Also were injured fibers of ligament of the hip joint. Fibres of which ligament were damaged?

A
Zona orbicularis.
B
Lig. capitis femoris.
C
Lig. iliofemorale
D
Lig. ischiofemorale.
E
Lig.transversum acetabuli
Question 19

What connection we don’t have between bones of pelvis?

A
Syndesmosis
B
Synostosis
C
Articulatio synoviais
D
Membrana interossea
E
Symphysis
Question 20

Find the joints with basis ossis metatarsi?

A
Metatarsophalangeae
B
Tarsi transversa
C
Interphalangeae
D
Intermetatarseae
E
Tarsometatarseae
Question 21

Choice uniaxial joints?

A
cochlearis, plana
B
ball and socket, cochlearis, plana
C
spheroidea, hinge, sellaris
D
pivot, condylaris, ellipsoidea
E
pivot, hinge
Question 22

What types of movements can we do in Articulatio genus?

A
Abductio, extensio, rotatio
B
Flexio, adductio, rotatio
C
Flexio, abductio, adductio
D
Flexio, extensio, rotatio
E
Extensio, abductio, adductio
Question 23

Find the joint that contains discs’ meniscus?

A
composita
B
complexa
C
pivot
D
simplex
E
combinata
Question 24

A sportsman has got a trauma of the joint of the lower limb and was admitted to the hospital. The articulatio tarsi transversa is composed of:

A
art.talonavicularis and art.talonavicularis
B
art.calcaneocuboidea and art.talonavicularis
C
art.talonavicularis and art.talocruralis
D
art.talonavicularis and art.cuneonavicularis
E
art.calcaneocuboidea and art.subtalaris
Question 25

Find the features of articulatio acromioclavicularis

A
composite, combinata
B
composita
C
simplex, complex
D
simplex
E
simplex, combinata
Question 26

A patient was diagnosed with dislocation of the clavicle acromial end. A gap between ligaments of the acromial-clavicular joint was found. Which ligaments were damaged?

A
Ligg.collaterale tibiale et fibulare
B
Ligg.cruciatum anterius et posterius
C
Ligg.collaterale ulnare et radiale
D
Ligg.sacrotuberale et sacrospinale
E
Ligg.coracoclaviculare et acromioclaviculare
Question 27

A 30 years old woman complained of pain in the lower part of the forearm. Traumatologist diagnosed damage of radio-carpal joint. This joint is:

A
Complex condylar
B
Complex, ellipsoid
C
Complex, cylindrical
D
Simple, cylindrical
E
Simple, ellipsoid
Question 28

A patient came to the hospital with a complaint of pain, limitation of movement in the radio-carpal joint. What movements are limited in the joint?

A
Flexio, extensio, rotatio.
B
Abductio, adductio, circumductio
C
Flexio, extensio, circumductio.
D
Abductio, adductio, rotatio.
E
Flexio, extensio, abductio, adductio, circumductio.
Question 29

Articulations interphalangeales manus has the following movements

A
Flexio, extensio
B
Adductio, abduction, pronation, supination
C
Rotatio, circumdactio, adductio
D
Adductio, abduction, flexio, extensio, circumductio
E
Pronatio, sapinatio, circumduction, rotatio
Question 30

What types of joints do we have between processus spinosus vertebrae?

A
Synostosis
B
Syndesmosis
C
Synchondrosis
D
Symphysis
E
Diartrosis
Question 31

What is the type of articulatio intervertebralis?

A
combinata, simplex
B
composita
C
composita
D
simplex, complex
E
composite, combinata
Question 32

What intraarticalar ligaments does Articulatio Genus have?

A
Cruciata, transversum genus, zona orbicularis
B
Cruciata, lig.capitis femoris , transversum genus
C
Meniscofemorale lateralis, lig. transversum genus
D
Cruciata, meniscofemorale, transversum genus
E
Meniscofemorale, transversum genus, lig.collaterale
Question 33

What kind of movement can we do in articulatio atlantooccipitalis?

A
Flexio, Extensio,supinatio
B
Flexio, Extensio,rotatio
C
Abductio, Adductio, pronation
D
Abductio, Adductio, rotatio
E
Flexio, Extensio, Abductio, Adductio
Question 34

Choice ligament which doesn’t connect articulatio radiocarpea?

A
lig.radiocarpeum palmare
B
lig.collaterale carpi ulnare
C
ligg.collaterale carpi
D
lig.radiocarpeum dorsale
E
ligg.collaterale carpi radiale
Question 35

Find the necessary components of joint (L.Articulatio):

A
plicae, cavitas articularis, capsula articularis
B
ligamentum, plicae, capsula articularis
C
facies articularis, capsula articularis, cavitas articularis, synovia
D
facies articularis, capsula, menisci
E
discus articularis, facies articularis, ligamentum
Question 36

In the case of injury of  the pelvic region, the patient’s  X-ray revealed necrosis of  the head of the femoral bone. Which ligament of the hip joint was damaged during the injury?

A
Ligamentum ilio-femoralis
B
Ligamentum ischio-femoralis
C
Ligamentum pubo-femoralis
D
Ligamentum capitis femoris
E
Zona orbicullaris
Question 37

Find the features of articulatio temporo-mandibularis:

A
complex, composita
B
composita, simplex
C
complex
D
simplex, complex, composita
E
simplex, complex
Question 38

Articulation radiocarpea is consist of?

A
radius, os scaphoideum, os lunatum, os triquetrum, discus
B
ulna, os scaphoideum, discus articularis
C
ulna carpus
D
humerus , carpus
E
radius,carpus
Question 39

Articulatio coxae has:

A
Meniscus articularis
B
Discus articularis
C
Labrum articulare
D
Discus intervertebralis
E
Discus triangulare
Question 40

What joints do we have in articulatio cinguli membri superioris?

A
art. humeri, acromioclavicularis
B
sternoclacicularis, art. humeri
C
art. humeri, art. cubiti
D
radioulnaris, distalis, art. humeri
E
sternoclacicularis, acromioclavicularis
Question 41

What auxiliary apparatus of joint do you know?

A
Cartilago intraarticularis, ligament, facies articularis
B
Cartilago intraarticularis, plicae, capsula articularis
C
Ligamenta intracapsulare, capsula synovialis, bursa synovialis
D
Cartilago intraarticularis, ligamenta, plicae, bursa synovialis
E
Ligamenta, plicae, facies articularis
Question 42

During the examination of 45 years old woman, the traumatologist found that musculus teres minor was damaged. which function of the shoulder joint is lost?

A
Flexion
B
Abduction
C
Extension
D
Pronation
E
Adduction
Question 43

Choice joints with few axial?

A
plana, pivot, hinge
B
spheroidea, ball and socket, sellaris
C
ellipsoidea, pivot, sellaris
D
spheroidea, plana, ball and socket
E
plana, pivot, sellaris
Question 44

What movements can we do in frontal axis?

A
flexio, extensio
B
abductio, adductio
C
circumductio, flexio
D
flexio, rotatio
E
rotatio, circumductio
Question 45

Choice biaxial joints?

A
condylaris, pivot, cochlearis
B
ellipsoidea, sellaris, plana
C
sellaris, condylaris, hinge
D
sellaris, condylaris (ellipsoidea)
E
spheroidea, sellaris, plana
Question 46

What kind of joint do we have between ІІ-VII ribs and sternum?

A
synhondrosis temporary
B
synhondrosis permanent
C
articulatio plana
D
synelastosis
E
synostosis
Question 47

In a patient was diagnosed the oblique inguinal hernia, which came out of the inguinal canal. What structure does forms the inferior wall of the inguinal canal?

A
M. transversus abdominis
B
Ligamentum lacunare.
C
Aponeurosis of m. obliqui externus abdominis.
D
Ligamentum inguinale.
E
Fascia transversalis.
Question 48

“ Ossification” is terminal stage of the development:

A
symphysis
B
combinate joint
C
synchondrosis permanent
D
simplex joint
E
synchondrosis temporary
Question 49

Find the features of Articulatio genus?

A
Condylaris
B
Spheroidea
C
Hinge
D
Pivot
E
Sellaris
Question 50

In what joints of head of the ribs we don’t have intraarticulare ligaments?

A
I, II, XII
B
X, XI, XII
C
I, XI, XII
D
VI, VII, VIII
E
I, V,XII
Question 51

Find the layers of L.capsula articularis?

A
fiber , fat membrane
B
fiber, cartilage membrane
C
synovial , elastic membrane
D
fiber,synovial membrane
E
connective tissue, epithelial membrane
Question 52

Articulatio metacarpeaphalangea pollicis is?

A
Plana
B
Elipsoidea
C
Condylaris
D
Trochlearis
E
Sellaris
Question 53

What kinds of joints (according to amount of bones) do you know?

A
simplex, combinata
B
simplex, complexa
C
combinata, composita
D
simplex,composita
E
combinata, complexa
Question 54

What types of joints do we have between arcus vertebrae?

A
Symphysis
B
Diartrosis,
C
Synelastosis
D
Synchondrosis
E
Synostosis
Question 55

What types of synartrosis do you know?

A
articulatio, syndesmosis, synchondrosis
B
syndesmosis, synchondrosis, symphysis
C
syndesmosis, synchondrosis, synostosis
D
symphysis, syndesmosis, synostosis
E
articulatio, symphysis, amphyartrosis
Question 56

What movements can we do in vertical axis?

A
extensio
B
adductio
C
rotatio
D
flexio
E
abductio
Question 57

Articulatio carpometacarpae pollicis is?

A
Composita, Sellaris
B
Simplex, Sellaris
C
Composita, Spheroidea
D
Simplex, Plana
E
Composita, Ellipsoidea
Question 58

What types of joints do we have between Ulna and Radius?

A
symphysis, synostosis
B
articulatio, syndesmosis
C
synchondrosis, synostosis
D
articulatio, symphysis
E
diartrosis, synostosis
Question 59

What joints does art. Cubiti have?

A
humeroradialis, humeroulnaris, radioulnaris proximalis
B
humeroulnaris, humeroradialis, mediacarpea
C
humeroradialis, humeroulnaris, radioulnaris distalis
D
humeroradialis, humeroulnaris, art. humeri
E
radiocarpea, radioulnaris distalis, humeroulnaris
Question 60

A surgeon must amputate a gangrenous part of the foot at Chopart joint in  a patient. Which of the following ligaments is a key for this operation?

A
lig.plantare longum
B
lig.bifurcatum
C
lig.mediale (deltoideum)
D
lig.laterale
E
lig.collaterale
Question 61

A patient (man 68-years-old) was admitted to the hospital with a problem in the abdomen. Posterior wall of rectus sheath below linea arcuata is formed by:

A
aponeurosis of internal oblique muscle
B
aponeurosis of transverses muscle
C
aponeurosis of external oblique muscle
D
fascia thoracodorsalis
E
fascia transversalis
Question 62

Name the two anatomic separated articulations which move at the same time:

A
complexa
B
composita
C
combinata
D
ball and socket
Question 63

What ligament is a key of articulatio tarsi transversa:

A
Lig. calcaneonaviculare
B
Lig. calcaneofibulare
C
Lig. bifurcatum
D
Lig. talonaviculare
E
Lig. plantare longum
Question 64

A patient suffering from an intra-articular fracture of the femoral neck. Asymmetry of the head of the femur is observed. Which structure is damaged?

A
Nervus femoralis
B
Ligamentum capitis femoris
C
Zona orbicullaris
D
Arteria obturatoria
E
Nervus obturatorius
Question 65

A patient was admitted to the hospital with an acute pain in the region of joint of the forearm. Which of the following is not characteristic of all synovial joints?

A
synovial fluid
B
joint capsule
C
intracapsular ligament
D
articular cartilage
E
meniscus
Question 66

Find the features of articulatio radiocarpea?

A
composita, sellaris
B
composita, plana
C
simplex, ellipsoidea
D
simplex, spheroidea
E
composita, ellipsoidea
Question 67

A sportsman has got a trauma of the joint of forearm region and was admitted to the hospital. A membrana interossea is characteristic of:

A
syndesmosis
B
suture
C
synchondrosis
D
Gomphosis
E
symphysis
Question 68

What ligaments does art. Cubiti have?

A
collaterale radiale, radiocapeum palmare
B
radiale et ulnare, collaterale, annulare radii
C
lateralis, collaterale, mediale breve
D
Radiacarpeum dorsale et palmare
E
collaterale radiale et ulnare, ligg. carpea
Question 69

What kind of joint do we have between І st rib and  sternum?

A
Diartrosis
B
synhondrosis temporary
C
synhondrosis permanent
D
synostosis
E
symphysis
Question 70

Find ribs that don’t have articulatio castotransversaria?

A
VI, XII
B
X, IX
C
VIII, V
D
I, II
E
XI, XII
Question 71

Articulationes  metacarpophalangeales  manus is

A
Composita, Spheroidea
B
Simplex, Plana
C
Composita, Sellaris
D
Composita
E
Simplex, Ellipsoidea
Question 72

Name the auxiliary apparatus of  Articulatio genus?

A
Ligamentum, vaginae synovialis, plicae alares
B
Ligamentum, meniscus, vagina synovialis, bursae synovialis
C
Ligg. Intracapsularia, labrum articulare, bursa synovialis
D
ligament, discus, plicae alares, bursae synovialis
E
Ligamentum, meniscus, plicae alares, bursae synovialis
Question 73

Find the joint without ossa tarsis?

A
Articulatio subtalaris
B
Articulatio talocalcaneonavicularis
C
Articulatio calcaneocuboidea
D
Articulatio tibiofibularis
E
Articulatio cuneonavicularis
Question 74

Find the features of art. humeri?

A
Spheroidea
B
Ellipsoidea
C
Pivot
D
Sellaris
E
Hinge
Question 75

What types of joints do we have between bodies of vertebra?

A
synchondrosis, symphysis, diartrosis
B
symphysis, diartrosis
C
synchondrosis,synostosis, symphysis
D
syndesmosis, diartrosis
E
diartrosis, synostosis
Question 76

Articulatio genus doesn’t consist of?

A
Facies articularis superior tibiae
B
Facies patellaris femoris
C
Facies articularis fibulare
D
Facies articularis patellae
E
Facies articularis condylis femoris
Question 77

The patient has applied to traumatologist with the trauma of arm, which he got on sporting competition. A joint having two degrees of freedom is:

A
cup-shaped
B
pivot
C
hinge
D
gliding
E
ellipsoidal
Question 78

Articulariones carpometacarpeae is consist of?

A
proximal parts of carpus, caput ossa metacarpi
B
os pisiforme, basis ossa metacarpi
C
distal parts of carpus, caput ossa metacarpi
D
distal parts of carpus, basis ossa metacarpi
Question 79

Articulatio carpometacarpae pollicis has the following t movements?

A
Flexio, extensio, circumduction, rotatio
B
Adductio, abduction, flexio, extensio, circumductio
C
Pronatio, sapinatio, circumduction, rotatio
D
Rotatio, circumdactio, adductio
E
Adductio, abduction, pronation, supination
Question 80

What connections do we have between Ulna and Radius?

A
art.radioulnaris proximalis et distalis, membrana interossea antebrahii
B
art. radiocarpea, membrane interossea antebrahii
C
art. humeroulnaris, articulatio radioulnaris distalis
D
art. humeroradialis, articulatio radioulnaris distalis
E
art. radioulnaris proximalis et distalis, sutura
Question 81

Find the features of Interphalangeae joints:

A
Simplex, plana
B
Composita, hinge
C
Composita, condylyaris
D
Simplex, hinge
E
Simplex, sellaris
Question 82

What connections does Ossa pelvis have?

A
Articulatio coxae, symphysis pubica
B
Articulatio sacrococcygea, Articulatio zygapophysialis, synostosis
C
Articulatio coxae, articulatio sacroiliaca
D
Symphysis pubica, syndesmosis, synostosis
E
Articulatio sacrococcygea, Articulatio coxae
Question 83

What intraarticalar ligaments does Articulatio coxae have:

A
Lig. cruciatum
B
Lig. capitis femoris, lig. transversum acetabuli
C
Lig. iliofemorale
D
Ligg. collaterale, denticulatum
E
Zona orhicularis, lig. transversum acetabuli
Question 84

Find the features of Articulatio sacroiliaca:

A
Simplex, complexa, ellipsoidea
B
Composita , complexa, plana
C
Composita, complexa, spheroidea
D
Simplex, plana, amphiarthrosis
E
Composita, trochlearis
Question 85

After the injury of the hip joint in the patient has a limitation of  movements. What is the hip joint by shape and number of axes?

A
Art. cotylica
B
Art. trochoidea.
C
Art. sellaris.
D
Art. spheroidea.
E
Art. ginglymus.
Question 86

What auxiliary apparatus does art. Humeri have?

A
plica synovialis, discus articularis
B
labrum articulare, bursa synovialis, vagina synovialis
C
meniscus, bursa synovialis
D
ligamentum intracapsulare
Question 87

Articulationes  metacarpophalangeales  manus has the following movements

A
Adductio, abduction, flexio, extensio, circumductio
B
Rotatio, circumdactio, adductio
C
Adductio, abduction, pronation, supination
D
Pronatio, sapinatio, circumduction, rotatio
E
Flexio, extensio, circumduction, rotatio
Question 88

What is the name of uninterrupted joints of bones with cartilage?

A
syndesmosis
B
articulatio
C
symphysis
D
amphyartrosis
E
synchondrosis
Question 89

What types of movements can we do in Articulatio interphalangea?

A
Rotatio, circumductio
B
Abductio, adductio
C
Flexio, extensio
D
Flexio, rotatio
E
Rotatio
Question 90

Find the joint with Articulatio tarsi transversa?

A
talocalcaneonavicularis, Subtalaris
B
talocalcaneonavicularis, calcaneocuboidea
C
Subtalaris, cuneonavicularis
D
talocalcaneonavicularis, cuneonavicularis
E
Calcaneocuboidea, subtalaris
Question 91

What kind of joint do we have between VIII, IX і X ribs?

A
articulation synovialis
B
Synostosis
C
Symphysis
D
Syndesmosis
E
Synchondrosis
Question 92

Articulatio coxae is consist of:

A
Caput ossis femoris, Facies lunata acetabuli
B
Facies auricularis sacri et Facies lunata acetabuli
C
fovea capitis ossis femoris et acetabulum
D
facies tuber ischiadicum et Caput ossis femoris
E
Caput ossis femoris et Facies auricularis sacri
Question 93

What types of joints do we have between processus  articularis vertebrae?

A
Synostosis
B
Diartrosis
C
Syndesmosis
D
Synchondrosis
Question 94

Articulatio carpometacarpae pollicis is consist of?

A
Os scaphoideum, basis os metacarpale I
B
Os capitatum, basis os metacarpale I
C
Os hamatum, basis os metacarpale I
D
Os trapezoideum, basis os metacarpale I
E
Os trapezium, basis os metacarpale I
Question 95

In a patient, a doctor diagnosed brain damage after strike head on the ground. The median atlantoaxial joint is classified as:

A
gliding
B
condyloid
C
ball-and-socket
D
pivot
E
hinge
Question 96

Find the features of Symphysis pubica?

A
Synostosis
B
Syndesmosis
C
Articulatio
D
Symphysis
E
Synchondrosis
Question 97

A patient was admitted to the hospital with a joint pain. A cruciate ligaments are characteristic of

A
shoulder joint
B
knee joint
C
wrist joint
D
hip joint
E
elbow joint
Question 98

What joint has rotatio?

A
articulatio zygapopbysialis
B
articulatio atlantoaxialis mediana
C
articulatio atlantooccipitalis
D
articulatio atlantoaxialis mediana, articulation atlanto-occipitalis
E
articulatio atlanto-occipitalis, articulatio atlantoaxialis lateralis
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