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The existence of a stable constant internal environment is called homeostasis
Which organelle produces ATP mitochondria
Which word is used to describe the armpit region? axillary
Which of the following is NOT a kind of connective tissue: blood, bone, muscles, tendons muscles
The patient is standing upright facing forward looking straight ahead, arms at the sides with the palms facing forward, what position is the patient in? Supine, Anatomical, Prone, or Lateral recumbent anatomical
which type of muscle is located in the digestive organs? smooth
The patient is lying facedown on the table, what position is the patient in? prone
what is the directional term which means "farther away from the midline of the body?" distal
a nucleus of a cell contains how many pairs of chromosomes? 23
Which of the following is not a nitrogenous base found in DNA? Uracil, Guanine, Cytosine, Adenine, Thymine Uracil
The epidermis is an example of: stratified squamous epithelial tissue
the brachium is the area of the body: in-between the shoulder and the elbow
most cells are: binucleate, uninucleate, anucleate, multinucleate? uninucleate
which organelle performs protein synthesis? ribosome
when checking peripheral circulation how long should it take for color to return to the nail bed after pressure is applied? 3 seconds
cyanosis can indicate a. increase in blood flow to an area b. increased melanin production c. deoxygenation of the blood d. increased bile in the blood from liver production C. deoxygenation of the blood
the main symptoms of hep B are: a.renal colic, tinnitus, & dyspnea b. chills, fever, nausea, vomiting & malaise c. edema, weight loss, distended abdomen, constipation d. sever cough, swollen lymph glands, & sore throat b. chills, fever, nausea, vomiting & malaise
antisepsis: a. the use of chemicals and procedures to reduce or destroy the number of pathogens on an inanimate object b. the use of procedures that destroy all microbial life & viruses c. products to reduce microbial life, particularly on skin a. the use of chemicals and procedures to reduce or destroy the number of pathogens on an inanimate object
Which of the following is NOT an action of cortisone? a. reduce inflammation b. decrease edema of inflammation c. reduce pain by inhibiting some pain-causing molecules called prostaglandins d. Tx of Cushings Syndrome d. Tx of Cushings Syndrome
Absorption of nutrients mainly occurs in: a. stomach b. small intestine c. large intestine d. rectum b. small intestine
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