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Question 1:
How do you write Wrist in latin?
Dioecesis Legionensis
articulatio radiocarpea
ala ossis sacri
Archidioecesis Yangonensis

Question 2: The base writh- and its variants are associated with ________ words "wreath", "wrest", and "writhe".
Middle EnglishOld EnglishGreat Vowel ShiftMiddle High German

Question 3: The English word "wrist" is ________ derived from the prehistoric German word wristiz from which are derived modern German rist ("instep", "wrist") and modern Swedish vrist ("instep", "ankle").
Morphology (linguistics)EtymologyHistorical linguisticsLinguistics

Question 4: On the palmar side the carpal bones form the carpal tunnel through which some of the flexor tendons pass in tendon sheaths that enable them to slide back and forth through the narrow passageway (see ________).
FibromyalgiaAcromegalyObesityCarpal tunnel syndrome

Question 5: ________, a kind of quadrupedal locomotion involving wrist bone specialization
Terrestrial locomotionQuadrupedalismBipedalismKnuckle-walking

Question 6: The ________ or wrist joint is an ellipsoid joint formed by the radius and the articular disk proximally and the proximal row of carpal bones distally.
WristShoulderUpper limbElbow

Question 7: As a consequence of these various definitions, fractures to the carpal bones are referred to as carpal fractures, while fractures such as ________ are considered fractures to the wrist.
Bone fractureColles' fractureBennett's fractureDistal radius fracture
















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