EXERCISES: LESSON 1, SECTIONS I & II
MATCHING: For exercises 1 through 3
, match the position with the anatomical
structure(s) that the position demonstrates. Enter the letter that corresponds to your
choice in the space provided. (There is an extra alternative that will not be selected.)
a. Talus, navicular, second cuneiform, firstt cuneiform.
_______ AP foot.
2. _______ Oblique foot
b. Distal tarsals, metatarsal and phalanges.
3. _______ Lateral foot
c. Tarsals, partially superimposed; ankle joint and
subtalar joint partially superimposed; metatarsals
and phalanges superimposed.
d. Phalanges, metatarsals, cuboid, third cuneiform,
navicular and distal calcaneus with associated
MULTIPLE- CHOICE. For exercises 4-9, select the ONE word or phrase that BEST
completes the statement or BEST answers the question.
4. The CR for an AP foot is:
a. Angled 5 degrees to the 3rd metatarsal.
b. Angled 10 degrees to the base of the 3rd metatarsal.
c. Angled 10 degrees to the head of the 3rd metatarsal.
d. Angled 20 degrees to the base of the 3rd metatarsal.
5. A foot routine (AP, lateral, and oblique) is useful in demonstrating a _______