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Final Exam

Final Exam Questions for Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminology- ALL CH.

QuestionAnswer
What does the hormone cortisol regulate?
Where are the six pulse points?
Where is bile stored?
Which gland is the "Master Gland”?
\/\/here is bile produced?
Where is sperm produced?
What are the three layers of skin?
What part of the brain controls judgment and memory?
What is the name of the space between two nerves?
What blood type is the universal donor?
What blood type is the universal recipient?
What is the name of the outer layer of the kidney?
Thrombosis
Embolus
Where are the Axillary lymph nodes located at?
Where are the Cervical lymph nodes located at?
Where are the Mediastinal lymph nodes located at?
Where are the Inguinal lymph nodes located at?
Adrenal glands
Arteries
Arthroscope
Broncho
Capillaries
Colp/o vaginia
Cornea
Diarrhea
Epiglottis
Femur
Gastr/o stomach
Incontinence
Laproscope
Ophthalmology
Oliguria
Oxytocin
-penia
Pharynx
Phlebitis
Pulse
Trachea
Tracheostomy
Veins
Venogram
Created by: DougieFresh54