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ANP1040 Exam 3

Correctly label the following anatomical features of a vertebra. Vertebral arch, Spinous Process, Nucleus Pulposus, Transvere Process, Body, Vertebral Foramen, Anulous Fibrous
Correctly identify the bones and anatomical features of the bones of the skull. Frontal Bone, Maxilla, Mandible, Zygomatic Bone, Sphenoid Bone, Nasal Bone
Correctly label the following bones & anatomical features of the thoracic cage and pectoral girdle. Sternoclavicular Joint, Manubrium, Costal Cartilage, Xiphoid Process, Clavicle, FalseRibs, Scapula, Acromioclavicular Joint, TrueRibs, Body, FloatingRibs
Correctly label the anatomical features of the humerus. Medial epicondyle, Lateral epicondyle, Greater tubercle, Head, Trochlea, Deltoid tuberosity, Less tubercle
Correctly label the anatomical features in the articulation of the radius and ulna. Trochlear notch, Radial tuberosity, Olecranon, Styloid process, Neck of radius, Head of radius, Interosseous membrane
Correctly label the anatomical features of the femur and patella. Medial epicondyle, Lesser trochanter, Lateral epicondyle, Neck, Greater trochanter, Head, Shaft, Patella, Intercondylar fossa
Correctly label the following bones and anatomical features associated with the sutures of the skull. Frontal bone, Lamboidal suture, Parietal bone, Sagittal suture, Coronal/Frontal Suture, Occiptal bone
Correctly label the following bones and anatomical features of the scapula. Acromion, Coracoid process, Glenoid cavity, Subscapular fossa
Correctly label the following bones and anatomical features of the lateral view of the pelvis. Acetabulum, Pubis, Ilium, Body of Ischium, Obturator, Ischial tuberosity
Correctly label the following bones and anatomical features of the inferior view of the skull. Termporal bone, Occiptal condyle, Foramen magnum, Mastoid process, Occiptal bone, Zygomatic bone
Correctly label the following bones and anatomical features of the lateral view of the skull. Mandible, Squamous, Temporal bone, Maxilla, Sphenoid bone, Mastoid process, Frontal bone, Coronal suture, Parietal bone, Zygomatic bone, Styloid process, Lamboid suture, Nasal bone, Lacrimal bone
Correctly label the following parts of the skin and subcutaneous tissue. Hypodermis, Hairs, Epidermis, Pilorector muscle, Hair follicle, Sweat gland, Hair bulb, Dermis, Sebaceous gland
Correctly label the following parts of the strata of the epidermis. Dermis, Stratum granulosum, Stratum corneum, Stratum basale, Stratum spinosum
Correctly label the following anatomical parts of a long bone. Spongy bone, Epiphysis, Yellow bone marrow, Marrow cavity, Diaphysis, Compact bone, Red bone marrow
Correctly label the following anatomical parts of osseous tissue. Central canal, Spongy bone, Osteon, Periosteum
Correctly label the following anatomical parts of a flat bone. Suture, Outer compact bone, Spongy bone, Trabeculae, Inner compact bone
Classify the following images into the types of synovial joints they represent. Saddle, Pivot, Ball & Socket, Hinge, Plane, Condylar
Correctly label the following anatomical features of the elbow joint. Tendons, ligaments, bones Medial epicondyle, Lateral epicondyle, Radius, Ulna, Humerus, Anular ligament
Correctly label the following anatomical features of the elbow joint. Bones Trochlea, Radius, Humerus, Ulna, Olecranon
Correctly label the following anatomical features of the tibiofemoral joint. Tibia, Femur, Medial Condyle, Lateral Condyle, Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Posterior Cruciate Ligament, Patellar Surface, Fibula
Correctly label the following anatomical features of connective tissue of muscle. Endomysium, Tendon, Skeletal Muscle, Muscle Fascicle, Muscle Fiber, Epimysium, Perimysium
Correctly label the following antagonistic muscles of the upper arm. Humerus, Scapula, Biceps Brachii, Radius, Triceps Brachii, Ulna
Correctly label the following muscles of the anterior view. Platysma, Pactoralis major, Biceps brachii, Brachiordialis, External abdominal oblique, Vastus lateralis, Vastus intermedius, Adductors, Sternocleidomastoid
Correctly label the following muscles of the anterior view. Deltoid, Vastus lateralis, Gracilis, Rectus abdominis, Sartorius, Rectus femoris, Vastus medialis, Tibialis anterior
Correctly label the following muscles of the posterior view. Latissumus dorsi, Gastrocnemius, Gluteus maximus, Semimembranosus, Rhomboids
Correctly label the following muscles of the posterior view. Supraspinatus, Trapezius, Triceps brachii, Biceps femoris, Semitendinosus
Correctly label the following muscles of facial expression. Platysma, Orbicularis oculi, Orbicularis oris, Masseter
Correctly label the muscles of the thoracic cavity and abdomen. Transverse abdominal, External Abdominal Oblique (Cut), Internal Abdominal Oblique (Cut), Rectus abdominis Pectoralis major
Correctly label the muscles of the thoracic cavity and the abdomen. Transvere abdominal, Internal intercostals, Internal abdominal oblique, External abdominal oblique (Cut), External intercostals
Correctly label the muscles of the neck, back, and gluteal region. Deltoid, Latissimus dorsi, Teres minor, Gluteus maximus
Correctly label the muscles of the neck, back, and gluteal region. Infraspinatus, Trapezius, Supraspinatus, Teres major
Correctly label the anterior muscles of the thigh. Vastus medialis, Patella, Patellar tendon, Gracilis, Quadriceps femoris tendon, Vastus lateralis, Tensor fasciae latae, Sartorius, Rectus femoris, Adductors
Correctly label the posterior muscles of the thigh. Semitendinosus, Gluteus maximus, Biceps femoris, Semimembranosus, Gracillis
Correctly label the muscles of the leg. Calcaneus, Gastrocnemius (Medial Head), Grastrocnemius (Lateral Head), Tendon of Gastrocnemius
Correctly label the following parts of a skeletal muscle fiber. Myofibrils, Myofilaments, Nucleus, Muscle Fiber, Sarcolemma, Sarcoplasmic Reticulum, Z Disc, Mitochondria
Correctly label the anatomical features of thick and thin filaments. Myofilament made from Actin & Myofilament made from Myosin
Correctly label the bones and anatomical features in the hand and wrist. Lunate, Trapezium, Hamate, Pisiform, Scaphoid, Triquetrum, Capitate, Phalanges, Metacarpal bones, Trapezoid
The fastest rate of mitosis happens in the stratum corneum. stratum lucidum. stratum basale. stratum spinosum. stratum granulosum. stratum basale
Fingerprints left on things we touch are associated with dermal papillae. dermal connective tissue. stratum basale. subcutaneous tissue. subcutaneous fat. dermal papillae
The hypodermis usually has an abundance of this tissue. -keratinized tissue -adipose tissue -muscular tissue -nervous tissue -epithelial tissue adipose tissue
The oil of your scalp is secreted by __________ glands associated with the hair follicles. -mammary -sebaceous -merocrine sweat -apocrine sweat -ceruminous sebaceous
____________ is/are formed partly from the secretions of glands in the external ear canal. -Sweat -Mucus -Scents -Sebum -Cerumen Cerumen
The cutaneous glands concerned with cooling the body are -merocrine glands. -ceruminous glands. -sebaceous glands. -apocrine glands. -exothermic glands. merocrine glands
The most immediate threat to the life of a patient with severe burns is fluid loss. heat loss. pain. eschar. infection. fluid loss
_____________ burns involve the epidermis, all of the dermis, and often some deeper tissue. -Second-degree -First-degree -Malignant -Third-degree -Partial-thickness Third-degree
The skeleton does not provide support for most muscles. store red blood cells. store calcium and phosphate ions. protect the brain. protect the spinal cord. store red blood cells
The expanded head at each end of a long bone is called an endosteum. a periosteum. an articular cartilages. a diaphysis. an epiphysis. an epiphysis
A bone is covered externally with a sheath called ______________, whereas the internal surface is lined with _____________. -endosteum; periosteum -compact bone; spongy bone -periosteum; endosteum -epiphysis; diaphysis -diaphysis; epiphysis periosteum; endosteum
_____________ are bone-forming cells. -Osteons -Osteogenic (osteoprogenitor) cells -Osteoblasts -Osteoclasts -Osteocytes Osteoblasts
Label the histology of osseous tissue. lacunae; sites of residence of osteocytes
What would you find in the marrow cavity of the diaphysis of an adult humerus (arm bone)? hemopoietic tissue red bone marrow compact bone spongy bone correct yellow bone marrow yellow bone marrow
Which one of the following bone cells would have the greatest number of lysosomes? osteogenic cells stem cells osteocytes correct osteoclasts osteoblasts osteoclasts
In achondroplastic dwarfism long bones (in limbs) fail to elongate normally b/c of reduced hyperplasia & hypertrophy of cartilage in -secondary ossification center -primary bone marrow -primary ossification center -epiphyseal plate -secondary bone m epiphyseal plate.
_____________ is the process of dissolving bone and returning its minerals to the bloodstream. -Ossification -Resorption -Crystallization -Mineral deposition -Mineralization Resorption
Bone protrudes through skin in a fracture called -complete. -open. -closed. -displaced. -incomplete. open
The average number of bones in the adult skeleton is -256. -56. -206. -106. -156. 206
All the bones listed below belong to the axial skeleton, except ___________, which belongs to the appendicular skeleton. -thoracic vertebra -mandible -frontal bone -stapes -scapula scapula
A hole through a bone that usually allows passage for nerves and blood vessels is called a(n) foramen. alveolus. fissure. canal. sinus. foramen
All the bones listed below belong to the appendicular skeleton except the patella. ethmoid. ulna. carpals. clavicle. ethmoid
Most of the bones of the skull are connected by immovable joints called sinuses. canals. sutures. fissures. lines. sutures
The _________ houses the pituitary gland (hypophysis) and is found in the ____________. -supraorbital margin; frontal bone -lambdoid suture; parietal bones -foramen magnum; occipital bone -sella turcica; sphenoid bone -occipital condyle; occipital bo sella turcica; sphenoid bone
Vertebrae are divided into five groups, usually ____________ cervical, ____________ thoracic, _________________ lumbar, ___________ sacral, and ____________ coccygeal. -7; 5; 5; 4; 12 -7; 5; 5; 12; 4 -7; 12; 5; 5; 4 -12; 7; 5; 5; 4 -12; 5; 5; 7; 4 7; 12; 5; 5; 4
The most common deformity is an abnormal lateral curvature called -slipped disc. -osteosis. -kyphosis. -lordosis. -scoliosis. scoliosis.
The spinous process has a bifid tip in most _______________ vertebrae. -sacral -coccygeal -thoracic -cervical -lumbar cervical
_____________ do(does) not belong to the pectoral girdle. -The sacroiliac joint -The glenohumeral joint -The clavicle and scapula -The sternoclavicular joint -The acromioclavicular joint The sacroiliac joint
The glenoid cavity of the _______________ articulates with the head of the _____________. -radius; humerus -scapula; sternum -scapula; humerus -humerus; scapula -sternum; humerus scapula; humerus
The acetabulum articulates with the -patella. -hip bone. -tibia. -humerus. -femur. femur.
Male & female pelves differ in the following features except -the male pelvic outlet is smaller. -the female coccyx is tilted posteriorly -the female pubic arch is usually greater than 100° -the female sacrum is longer -the male pelvis is more massi the female sacrum is longer.
____________________ are the most movable joints. -Synovial joints -Gomphoses -Syndesmoses -Symphyses -Synchondroses Synovial joints
The radioulnar joint is a -hinge joint. -pivot joint. -saddle joint. -ball-and-socket joint. -condylar joint. pivot joint.
The proximal and middle phalanges form ________________ joints. -saddle -plane (gliding) -condylar (ellipsoid) -hinge -pivot hinge
The metacarpophalangeal joints at the base of the fingers are ________________ joints. -pivot -hinge -plane (gliding) -condylar -ball-and-socket condylar
When you walk up the stairs your hip and knee joints _____________ to lift your body weight. -rotate -flex -extend -adduct -abduct extend
Raising an arm to one side of the body to stop a taxi is an example of ______________ of the shoulder. -protraction -adduction -abduction -circumduction -rotation abduction
If you stand on tiptoes to reach something high, you are performing ______________ at the ankle. -plantar flexion -dorsiflexion -abduction -eversion -opposition plantar flexion
Your shoulders _______________ when you reach to push a revolving door. -protract -hyperextend -retract -supinate -elevate protract
______ tips the soles medially, like facing each other, and _____ tips the soles laterally, away from each other. -Medial excursion; lateral excursion -Inversion; eversion -Opposition; reposition -Dorsiflexion; plantar flexion -Retraction; protractio Inversion; eversion
The ________________ is not found in the elbow. -proximal radioulnar joint -distal radioulnar joint -humeroradial joint -anular ligament -humeroulnar joint distal radioulnar joint
What separates groups of muscles? -endomysium -perimysium -epimysium -fascicles -fascia fascia
The deepest muscle of the abdominal wall is the -internal oblique. -rectus abdominis. -latissimus dorsi. -pectoralis minor. -transverse abdominal. transverse abdominal.
The term for shortening of a muscle while maintaining constant tension is -isokinetic contraction. -isometric contraction. -isotonic contraction. -treppe. -tetanus. isotonic contraction.
Comparison to skeletal muscle, smooth muscle -depends on nerve fiber to supply calcium for contraction -consumes more ATP to maintain of muscle tension -contracts & relaxes slower -contracts slower,relaxes more faster -contracts faster,relaxes slower contracts and relaxes more slowly.
Which of the following would be caused by contraction of smooth muscle? -elevating the eyebrows -deep inspiration -goose bumps -blood leaving the left ventricle of the heart -blinking the eyelids goose bumps
While lifting box, adds extra weight-to keep muscle contracting & lift box, the muscle must -recruit more muscle fibers -shift from slow-twitch to fast-twitch mode -lower its threshold -shift from isometric to isotonic contraction recruit more muscle fibers.
Where's Dystrophin normally found? -bridging the gap b/twn sarcolemma & synaptic knob -b/twn the outermost myofilaments & sarcolemma -as a transmembrane protein of the sarcolemma -in Z discs of skeletal & cardiac muscle -in the dense body of smooth m between the outermost myofilaments and the sarcolemma of a muscle fiber.
In skeletal muscle, alternating light and dark bands are termed -strabismus. -treppe. -myofibrils. -myoblasts. -striations. striations
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