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Anatomy Exam 2

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Biceps brachii insertion radial tuberosity
insertion pectoralis major proximal humerus
insertion triceps brachii olecranon process
insertion brachialis ulnar tuberosity
insertion brachioradialis styloid process
function Gracilis adduction of hip and flexion of knee
functionvastus lateralis extension of knee
functionsemitendinosus extension of hip and flexion of knee
functionsartorius flexion of hip and flexion of knee
function rectus femoris flexion of hip and extension of knee
location Kupffer Cells Liver
location brunner's gland duodenum
location haustra colon
location peyer's patches ileum
location parietal cells stomach
In the skeletal muscle, the thin connective tissue that separates muscle fiber from another is called endomysium TRUE
During contraction of a skeletal muscle its responding muscle usually SHORTEN TRUE
During muscle contraction the I BAND normally remains unchanged in length FALSE, A-BAND
Most of the biomechanical levers in the human body are classified as CLASS 1 LEVERS. FALSE, CLASS 3 LEVERS
Intercalated discs are found only in SMOOTH muscle FALSE, CARDIAC
The biceps brachii is an ANTAGONIST to the triceps brachii TRUE
The brachialis muscle inserts on the RADIUS bone FALSE, ULNA
The conspicous sheath of dense fibrous connective tissue covering the muscle mass of the forearm is called ANTEBRACHIAL FASCIA TRUE
The VASTUS INTERMEDIUS flexes the thigh at him and extends leg at knee. FALSE, RECTUS FEMORIS
The GREATER omentum originates from the greater curvature of the stomach and ends at the transverse colon and covers most of the abdominal visceral anteriorly TRUE
The gastrocnemius muscle CAUSES FLEXION OF THE KNEE AND PLANTAR FLEXION OF THE FOOT TRUE
Digestive organs in the abdominal cavity are usually suspended by the serosal membrands called LIGAMENTS FALSE, MESENTARIES
The jejunum of the small intestine is lined laterally by mucosa of simple columnar epithelium TRUE
The units of function of the liver are called VILLI FALSE, LOBULES
The lumen of the vermiform appendix empties directly into the SIGMOID COLON FALSE, CECUM
The SUPERIOR VENA CAVA passes through the diaphram FALSE
Blood in the coronary sinus flows into the RIGHT ATRIUM TRUE
Chordae tendonae is the cardia ventricle attach papillary muscle to the ATRIOVENTRIUCLAR CUSPS TRUE
The splee has a function of DESTROYING OLD RED BLOOD CORPUSCLE TRUE
LYmph is conveyed into lymph nodes by EFFERENT lymph vessesls FALSE, AFFERENT
A motor unit is defined as a? a) a nerve and a muscle b.single motor neuron and a single muscle fiber. c. a motor neuron and all muscle fibers it stimulates d. single muscle fiber and all the nerves the innevate it. C
Arrange the following in size from largest to smallest 1)myofibril 2)myofilament 3)muscle fiber 4) fasicle D. 4,3,1,,2
Which of the following muscles insert on the styloid process? a. plamaris longus b. pronator teres. c. pronator quadratus d. flexor carpi radialis e. brachioradialis
Which of the following muscles flex the hip and extends at knee? a) semitendiosus b. biceps femoirs c. rectus femoris d. vastus lateralis e. gracilis c. rectus femoris
Muscles of which group share a common origin on the isxhium an act to extend the thigh at the hip and flex the leg at the knee? hamstring muscles
All of the following muscles contribute to the action to "compression of the abdominal viscera EXCEPT which one? a. rectus abdominis b. external oblique c.internal oblique d. trasnverse abdominis e. external intercoastal. E. External intercostal
The action by the biceps brachii muscle in flexing the forearm at the elbow joing is an example of which kind of lver 1 clss 2 class thrid class fourth class no lever action involved 3rd class
All of the following muscles are members of the rotator cuff of the shoulder except which one? subscapularis teres minor supraspinatus teres major infraspinatus teres major
Which anatomical regions of the stomach is located most superiorly? body pyloris fundus cardia plicae circularis fundus
The largest lobe of the human liver is? right lobe, left, quadrate, caudate? right lobe
All of the following vessesl branch driectly from the aorta except? right sublcalvia, left subclavia, left common coratid, brachiocelphalic, right coronary right subclavian
The inferior vena cava is formed by the union of? left/right right common iliav veings superior and inferior meseteric veins superior mesenteric vein and splenic vein inferior vein and splenic vein right and left hepatic left and right common iliac vein
Whivh statement is true for veins? their tunica interna is thicker than arteris most veins in the limbs have backflow valves all ultimetly empty into inferior vena cava their tunica extera is thicker than arteries they always carry deoxygenated blood most veins in the limbs have backflow vlavles
The parotid glands are located at which location? inferior and anterior to the ears base of the tongue inferior to the liver gastric mucusa greater omentum inferior and anterior to the ears
The liver is suspended superiorly from the diaphram by which structure? falciform ligament coronary ligament round ligament lesser omentum mesenteries coronary ligament
Which of the following hollow, tubular organs are lined internally by stratified squamous epithelim esophagus stomach small intestine liver large intestine esophagus
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