7. Which of the following is or are true of the sartorius muscle? (a) Is a part of the “hamstring” muscle group (b) Arises from the linea aspera (c) Pulls the synovial membrane of the knee joint upward at the start of extension (d) Passes deep to the inguinal ligament (e) Lies superficial to the semimembranosus 10. Which of the following is or are true of the linea alba? 15. Which of the following is/are true of the posterior femoral muscles? (a) Flexion and extension (b) Abduction and adduction (c) Circumduction (d) Medial and lateral rotation (e) All of the above movements are possible 18. Which of the following is/are true of the gluteus maximus muscle? 19. Several muscles share either an insertion or an origin with one or more others. This statement is true for which of the following pairs of muscles? 25. Deoxygenated blood returning from the systemic circuit first enters the heart by passing through: (a) The superior and inferior vena cava (b) The mitral valve (d) The pectin
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