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1. Muscles that control the mandible are the
a. muscles of the nose.
b. muscles of mastication.
c. serratus muscles.
2. The coronal plane divides the body into
a. anterior and posterior portions.
b. upper and lower portions.
c. right and left portions.
3. What is homeostasis?
a. the building up of complex materials from simpler ones such as food and oxygen
b. the ability to regulate the body's internal environment
c. the breaking down and changing of complex substances and releasing energy
4. The prime mover muscle
a. pulls the muscle from the opposite direction.
b. produces movement in a single direction.
c. is located in the buttocks.
5. Which of the following is true of involuntary muscles?
a. They move under voluntary control.
b. They do not move under conscious control.
c. They are attached to bones in the skeleton.
6. Hypoxia is a decrease in the amount of oxygen in the blood flow to cellular structures.
7. What do ligaments connect?
a. muscles to bone
b. bone to bone
c. muscles to muscles
8. Biology is study of all forms of life.
9. The skeletal system consists of the nerve, brain, and spinal cord.
10. The unpaired muscles are the
a. trapezius and soleus.
b. orbicularis oris and the diaphragm.
c. iliotibial tract and the gluteus maximus.
11. In Stage III, cancer
a. is generally limited to the tissue of origin.
b. has often metastasized and spread to other organs.
c. has spread to lymph nodes and there is extensive local and regional spread.
12. The heart is described as superior to the diaphragm because it is
a. below the diaphragm.
b. in front of the diaphragm.
c. above the diaphragm.
13. Which vitamin helps as an antioxidant protector and promotes the healing of tissues?
a. vitamin K
b. vitamin B
c. vitamin E
14. Which of the following is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the connective tissue?
c. rheumatoid arthritis
15. The epigastric region is located in
a. the center of the belly.
b. the upper middle section below the sternum.
c. the upper left side of the body.
16. The pelvic girdle consists of ilium, ischium, and pubis.
17. An accumulation of lactic acid in the muscles causes
a. muscle tone.
b. muscle fatigue.
18. Adipose is not a type of connective tissue.
19. When nerve impulses reach the axon, the chemical transmitter _____________ is released.
20. The initial reference point used in anatomy and physiology is the
a. ventral position.
b. physiologic position.
c. anatomical position.
a. is characterized by involuntary muscle contractions.
b. causes abnormal posture.
c. is an infectious disease with continuous muscle spasms.
22. The lower leg bones are the ulna and the radius.
23. Rotator cuff injury is
a. an inflammation of a group of tendons that stabilize the shoulder joint.
b. an inflammation of the tendon that connects the arm muscle to the elbow.
c. an injury to the muscle tendons in the knee.
24. A scab is formed by
a. a hematoma.
b. new epithelial cells.
c. fluid escaped from broken capillaries that has dried to seal the wound.
25. Gross anatomy is the study of the observable structures of an organism.
26. Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the sole of the foot.
27. Ideally a heart should be transplanted within what timeframe?
a. within 1-2 hours
b. within 4-6 hours
c. within 12 hours
28. The scapula is located in the pelvic area.
29. What is osteomyelitis?
a. a bone cancer, most commonly just above the knee
b. an infection that may involve all parts of the bone
c. deficiency in vitamin D
30. Phagocytosis is the filtration of molecules through a semipermeable membrane.
31. The most important organelle in the cell is the mitochondria.
32. Which of the following is found at the point where all four abdominal quadrants meet?
c. epigastric region
33. Mitosis is the division of the nucleus into two identical nuclei.
34. The breastbone is the
a. transverse process.
b. spinous process.
35. Which system filters out harmful bacteria and produces white blood cells?
a. the respiratory system
b. the skeletal system
c. the lymphatic system
36. The most familiar unit used in drug dosages is the
a. gram or milligram.
b. ounce or pound.
37. Medial signifies
a. toward the outside edge.
b. toward the inside.
c. toward the midline.
38. Sphincter, or dilator, muscles
a. are controlled solely by the autonomic nervous system.
b. cannot close, and require a constant supply of oxygen.
c. open and close to control the passage of substances.
39. The coccyx is the tailbone.
40. Which of the following contains muscle tissue?
41. The thoracic cavity does NOT contain the
42. The upper spinal column is made up of the 7 cervical vertebrae.
43. Of the 8 bones in the cranium, the frontal bone
a. forms the roof and sides of the cranium.
b. forms the posterior and base of the cranium.
c. forms the forehead.
44. The bursae secrete synovial fluid which lubricates and helps prevent friction.
45. Epithelial tissue covers the body.
46. Pronation turns the hand so the palm is forward.
47. An open or compound fracture is when
a. the bone is broken but does not pierce through the skin.
b. the bone is broken and pierces through the skin.
c. the bone is bent and not completely separated.
48. Synarthroses joints
a. are partially moveable.
b. allow for rotational movement.
c. are immovable.
49. A physical process whereby molecules of gases, liquids, and solids spread or scatter through a medium is
a. protein synthesis.
50. The rectus femoris is the upper chest muscle.