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AP/Med Term Final


Total normal # of adult chromosomes in the human body 46 Total (23 pairs)
Of the following, which IS an example of connective tissue: Lymph, Skin, Bone, Alveoli Bone
Which part of the long bone contains red bone marrow? Epiphysis w/ cancellous
Phalanges are bones in the ? Toes
How many vertebrae are classified as Lumbar? 5
Which is an example of ball & socket: Ankle, Elbow, Hip, Wrist Hip
Which part of the brain controls respiration? Brain Stem
Which condition is caused by a virus traveling over the neuro pathway? Shingles
Receptors for night vision are called? Rods
The Eustachian tube connects the throat to what part of the body? Middle Ear
Another name for the eardrum? Tympanic Membrane
What is the universal blood type? Type O
What is the external layer of the heart? Epicardium
What is the pacemaker of the heart? Sino Atrial Node (SA Node)
Clusters of lymph nodes are found in the ? Axilla
Where is inspired air warmed and filtered? In the Nose
How many lobes make up the right lung? 3
What is the normal respiratory rate of an adult in breaths? 12-20 breaths/min
Where does mechanical digestion occur? In the mouth
Put the urinary tract in order: Urethra, Urinary Bladder, Renal Pelvis, Ureter Renal Pelvis, Ureter, Urinary Bladder, Urethra
what part of the kidney is responsible for filtering waste product from the blood? Nephrons
What is the opposite of malignant? Benign
what does the prefix Per- mean? Through
what is a laceration described as? Ragged edge wound
which prefix has the same meaning an intra- ? endo-
Define bronchitis Inflammation of the bronchi
What is the surgical suffix for crushing? -tripsy
Correctly spell the word that means an x-ray of the bladder cystogram
correctly spell the word that means the rapid flow of blood hemorrhage
what is the acronym indicating the disease of progressive loss of lung capacity? C.O.P.D.
What is the second stage of labor called? the expulsion stage
Define pre-eclampsia Metabolic disease of pregnancy
Define abduction Movement away from midline of body
what does the prefix Allo- mean? other
what does the suffix -rrhea mean? Discharge
Starting point of the muscle? Origin
Small solid circular raised spot on surface of skin less than 0.5cm ? papule
What is the innermost layer of skin called? subcutaneous layer
The skin can weigh up to how much in an adult? 20lbs
Embryo is ovum maturing in the uterus during which period of gestation? 0-8 weeks
Lymph nodes in the groin are called what? Inguinal
Medical term for visual examination of a joint? Arthroscopy
Normal length of time for pregnancy? 40 weeks
Where are adrenal glands located? One on top of each kidney
What does the hormone cortisol regulate? Aldosterone
Which gland is the "master gland" Pituitary Gland
Where is bile produced? Liver
Where is bile stored? Gallbladder
Where are sperm produced? Testes
What are the 3 layers of skin? Epidermis, Dermis, Subcutaneous
What part of the brain controls thought and memory? Cerebrum
Whatis the name of the space between two nerves? Synapse
What is the name of the outer layer of the kidney? Cortex
Pair of glands in the endocrine system located on top of each kidney? Adrenal Glands
Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart? Arteries
Instrument used to view inside a joint? Arthroscope
Broncho Lung
Where gas exchange occurs capillaries
Colp/o vagina
Refracts light into eyes cornea
passing of frequent watery bowel movements diarrhea
flap of cartilage that covers the larynx epiglottis
largest, longest bone. aka thigh bone Femur
gastro stomach
involuntary release of urine or fecal matter incontinence
instrument to view inside abdomen laparoscope
study of conditions and diseases of the eye ophthalmology
condition of scanty urine oliguria
uterine contraction hormone oxytocin
-penia too few
pharynx throat
phlebitis inflammation of a vein
Created by: JDenning8984