Exam- Module 5
Module 5 Exam: Muscle Fiber Types & Recruitment Philosophies
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Question 1 of 5
Match the following muscle fiber types to their descriptions.
- Slow contraction time, High endurance, low power, small narrow motor neuron size
- Fast contraction time, intermediate endurance & fatigue, large motor neuron
- Very Fast contraction time, low endurance, high power, largest motor neuron
Type II A
Type II B
Question 2 of 5
Which swallowing muscle would have a higher number of Type I muscle fibers?
Question 3 of 5
In normal brain to body muscle recruitment, when would the Type IIb muscle fibers be recruited?
Question 4 of 5
The NMES philosophy addresses the risk of low intensity exercise found in early rehabilitation which may lead to disuse atrophy. Select the best answer of why muscle recruitment patterns using NMES are the reverse when compared to normal brain to body muscle fiber recruitment.
Question 5 of 5
In this module, what was the body part shown that depicted disuse atrophy from the patient example discussed?