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ANT Chpt 1

Anatomy Chapter 1

To properly reconnect the disconnected bones of a human skeleton, you would need to have a good understanding of? anatomy
Which of the following best illustrates the idea of increasing levels of organizations complexity? chemical-->cellular-->tissue-->organ-->system-->organism
What system transports oxygen, nutrients, and carbon dioxide? cardiovascular system
What system breaks down food and absorbs nutrients? digestive system
What system helps functions in body movement, posture, and heat production? muscular system
What system regulates body activities through hormones? endocrine system
This system supports the body; helps protects body organs; and provides areas for muscle attachment. skeletal system
This system eliminates wastes and regulates the chemical composition and volume of blood. urinary system
This system protects the body, detects sensations, and helps regulate body temperature integumentary system
Homeostasis is defined as The tendency to maintain constant, favorable internal body conditions.
What happens when the pupils of your eyes become smaller when exposed to a strong light? responsiveness
What gives you the ability to walk to your car following class? movement
What process is the healing of a broken bone? reproduction
What helps in digesting and absorbing your food from breakfast? metabolism
What is the initial development of the nervous system in a fetus? differentiation
A pediatrician noting the increased head circumference of a four-month-old baby growth
Which of the following body system(s) is(are) the primary controller(s) of homeostasis? nervous & endocrine
The part of the feedback system that receives the input and generates the output command is the control center
What is observable and provides a measurable change? sign
What is abnormality of function called? disorder
What is a recognizable set of body changes called? disease
What is subjective to change that isn't easily observed? systems
An itch in your axillary region would cause you to scratch your armpit
If you were facing a person who is in the correct anatomical position, you could observe the crural region
Where would you look for the femoral artery? thigh
The right ear is _____to the right nostril. lateral
Your chin is ____in relation to your lips. inferior
Your skull is _____in relation to your brain. superficial
A magician is about to separate his assistant's body into superior and inferior portions. The plane through which he will pass his magic wand is the transverse
The diaphragm separate the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities (T/F). TRUE
The organs into the cranial and vertebral cavities are called viscera (T/F). FALSE
The urinary bladder is in the pelvic cavity (T/F). TRUE
The abdominal cavity is below the thoracic cavity (T/F). TRUE
The pelvic cavity terminates below the groin (T/F). TRUE
To expose the heart for open heart surgery, the surgeon would need to cut through the pericardial cavity
To find the urinary bladder, you would look in what region. hypogastric region
This cavity contains the urinary bladder and reproductive organs pelvic cavity
This cavity contains the brain is called? cranial cavity
This cavity contains the heart is called? pericardial cavity
The region between the lungs, from the breastbone to the backbone is called? mediastinum
This separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities. diaphragm
This cavity contains a lung. pleural cavity
This cavity contains the spinal cord. vertebral cavity
This cavity contains the stomach and liver. abdominal cavity
1 km = how many miles .62 miles
The penis and the large intestine is how long in km/inches? 15km/6inches
Created by: dtgs2010