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Title: Chapter 1 - The Human Body: An Orientation


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Chapter 1 - The Human Body An Orientation
SectionsandPlanes
Body Cavities and Membranes
Directional Terms
Regional Anatomy
Introduction
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FINAL ROUND
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Introduction100 Question
  • The study of how the human body functions is
    termed
  • a. Gross Anatomy
  • b. Systemic Anatomy
  • c. Cytology
  • d. Physiology

ANSWER
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Introduction100 Answer
  • The study of how the human body functions is
    termed
  • a. Gross Anatomy
  • b. Systemic Anatomy
  • c. Cytology
  • d. Physiology

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Introduction 200 Question
  • A group of similar cells that perform the same
    function is classified as a _______.
  • a. tissue
  • b. organ
  • c. organ system
  • d. organism

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Introduction200 Answer
  • A group of similar cells that perform the same
    function is classified as a _______.
  • a. tissue
  • b. organ
  • c. organ system
  • d. organism

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Introduction300 Question
  • Which of the following body systems is most
    involved in responsiveness?
  • a. Muscle system
  • b. Digestive system
  • c. Nervous system
  • d. Reproductive system

ANSWER
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Introduction300 Answer
  • Which of the following body systems is most
    involved in responsiveness?
  • a. Muscle system
  • b. Digestive system
  • c. Nervous system
  • d. Reproductive system

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Introduction400 Question
  • This term refers the bodys attempt to maintain
    stable internal conditions
  • a. Homeostasis
  • b. Metabolism
  • c. Negative feedback
  • d. Cellular respiration

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Introduction400 Answer
  • This term refers to the bodys attempt to
    maintain stable internal conditions
  • a. Metabolism
  • b. Homeostasis
  • c. Negative feedback
  • d. Cellular respiration

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Introduction500 Question
  • During exercise the body cools itself by
    sweating. Sweating in response to an elevated
    body temperature is an example of what process?
  • a. Metabolism
  • b. Movement
  • c. Responsiveness
  • d. Homeostasis

ANSWER
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Introduction500 Answer
  • During exercise the body cools itself by
    sweating. Sweating in response to an elevated
    body temperature is an example of what process?
  • a. Metabolism
  • b. Movement
  • c. Responsiveness
  • d. Homeostasis

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Directional Terms100 Question
  • The nose is ______ to the lips.
  • a. anterior
  • b. superior
  • c. medial
  • d. proximal

ANSWER
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Directional Terms100 Answer
  • The nose is ______ to the lips.
  • a. anterior
  • b. superior
  • c. medial
  • d. proximal

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Directional Terms200 Question
  • The knee is ______ to the ankle.
  • a. anterior
  • b. posterior
  • c. medial
  • d. proximal

ANSWER
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Directional Terms200 Answer
  • The knee is ______ to the ankle.
  • a. anterior
  • b. posterior
  • c. medial
  • d. proximal

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Directional Terms300 Question
  • The nose is ______ to the ears.
  • a. medial
  • b. lateral
  • c. proximal
  • d. distal

ANSWER
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Directional Terms300 Answer
  • The nose is ______ to the ears.
  • a. medial
  • b. lateral
  • c. proximal
  • d. distal

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Directional Terms400 Question
  • The sternum or breastbone protects the heart and
    therefore is _______ to the heart.
  • a. superior
  • b. anterior
  • c. medial
  • d. proximal

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Directional Terms400 Answer
  • The sternum or breastbone protects the heart and
    therefore is _______ to the heart.
  • a. superior
  • b. anterior
  • c. medial
  • d. proximal

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Directional Terms500 Question
  • While performing a dissection, the students
    noticed that the veins were closer to the skin
    than the arteries. Therefore, the veins were
    _______to the arteries.
  • a. dorsal
  • b. posterior
  • c. superficial
  • d. deep

ANSWER
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Directional Terms500 Answer
  • While performing a dissection, the students
    noticed that the veins were closer to the skin
    than the arteries. Therefore, the veins were
    _______to the arteries.
  • a. dorsal
  • b. posterior
  • c. superficial
  • d. deep

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Regional Anatomy 100 Question
  • The word cervical pertains to what region of your
    body?
  • a. Neck
  • b. Arm
  • c. Elbow
  • d. Knee

ANSWER
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Regional Anatomy100 Answer
  • The word cervical pertains to what region of your
    body?
  • a. Neck
  • b. Arm
  • c. Elbow
  • d. Knee

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Regional Anatomy200 Question
  • The word orbital pertains to what region?
  • a. Mouth
  • b. Knee
  • c. Eye
  • d. Ear

ANSWER
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Regional Anatomy200 Answer
  • The word orbital pertains to what region?
  • a. Mouth
  • b. Knee
  • c. Eye
  • d. Ear

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Regional Anatomy300 Question
  • If a patient complained of pain in the
    antebrachial area you would examine what area?
  • a. Arm
  • b. Forearm
  • c. Elbow
  • d. Neck

ANSWER
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Regional Anatomy300 Answer
  • If a patient complained of pain in the
    antebrachial area you would examine what area?
  • a. Arm
  • b. Forearm
  • c. Elbow
  • d. Neck

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Regional Anatomy400 Question
  • When taking a popliteal pulse you would be
    feeling what region of the body?
  • a. Arm
  • b. Hand
  • c. Knee
  • d. Neck

ANSWER
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Regional Anatomy400 Answer
  • When taking a popliteal pulse you would be
    feeling what region of the body?
  • a. Arm
  • b. Hand
  • c. Knee
  • d. Neck

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Regional Anatomy500 Question
  • A broken hallux refers specifically to a broken
    _________.
  • a. big toe
  • b. thumb
  • c. finger
  • d. vertebra

ANSWER
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Regional Anatomy500 Answer
  • A broken hallux refers specifically to a broken
    _________.
  • a. big toe
  • b. thumb
  • c. finger
  • d. vertebra

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Sections and Planes100 Question
  • The ______ plane divides the body into right and
    left halves.
  • a. oblique
  • b. oblique
  • c. frontal
  • d. transverse

ANSWER
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Sections and Planes100 Answer
  • The ______ plane divides the body into right and
    left halves.
  • a. oblique
  • b. sagittal
  • c. frontal
  • d. transverse

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Sections and Planes200 Question
  • The plane that divides the body into superior and
    inferior portions is the
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

ANSWER
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Sections and Planes 200 Answer
  • The plane that divides the body into superior and
    inferior portions is the
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

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Sections and Planes300 Question
  • If a person had a toe amputated the surgeon would
    make a ______ cut to amputate the toe.
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

ANSWER
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Sections and Planes300 Answer
  • If a person had a toe amputated the surgeon would
    make a ______ cut to amputate the toe.
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

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Sections and Planes400 Question
  • A leg amputation would require a cut in which
    plane?
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

ANSWER
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Sections and Planes400 Answer
  • A leg amputation would require a cut in which
    plane?
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

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Sections and Planes500 Question
  • To amputate an arm the surgeon would cut in which
    plane?
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

ANSWER
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Sections and Planes500 Answer
  • To amputate an arm the surgeon would cut in which
    plane?
  • a. Sagittal
  • b. Midsagittal
  • c. Frontal
  • d. Transverse

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Body Cavities and Membranes100 Question
  • Which of the following are the two major closed
    body cavities?
  • a. Ventral and dorsal
  • b. Superior and inferior
  • c. Thoracic and abdominal
  • d. Cranial and spinal

ANSWER
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Body Cavities and Membranes100 Answer
  • Which of the following are the two major closed
    body cavities?
  • a. Ventral and dorsal
  • b. Superior and inferior
  • c. Thoracic and abdominal
  • d. Cranial and spinal

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Body Cavities and Membranes200 Question
  • The outer layer of a serous membrane is the
    ______ layer.
  • a. visceral
  • b. parietal
  • c. mucous
  • d. pleural

ANSWER
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Body Cavities and Membranes200 Answer
  • The outer layer of a serous membrane is the
    ______ layer.
  • a. visceral
  • b. parietal
  • c. mucous
  • d. pleural

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Body Cavities and Membranes300 Question
  • What structure divides the anterior cavity into
    two sections?
  • a. Spinal column
  • b. Heart
  • c. Mediastinum
  • d. Diaphragm

ANSWER
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Body Cavities and Membranes300 Answer
  • What structure divides the anterior cavity into
    two sections?
  • a. Spinal column
  • b. Heart
  • c. Mediastinum
  • d. Diaphragm

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Body Cavities and Membranes400 Question
  • Which membrane lines the abdominal pelvic cavity?
  • a. Pleural
  • b. Peritoneal
  • c. Pericardial
  • d. Synovial

ANSWER
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Body Cavities and Membranes400 Answer
  • Which membrane lines the abdominal pelvic cavity?
  • a. Pleural
  • b. Peritoneal
  • c. Pericardial
  • d. Synovial

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Body Cavities and Membranes500 Question
  • The specific membrane the covers the lungs is
    the
  • a. Parietal pleura
  • b. Visceral pleura
  • c. Parietal peritoneum
  • d. Visceral peritoneum

ANSWER
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Body Cavities and Membranes500 Answer
  • The specific membrane the covers the lungs is
    the
  • a. Parietal pleura
  • b. Visceral pleura
  • c. Parietal peritoneum
  • d. Visceral peritoneum

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FINAL ROUND Question
  • This cavity houses the bladder and reproductive
    organs.
  • a. Pelvic
  • b. Thoracic
  • c. Abdominopelvic
  • d. Ventral

ANSWER
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FINAL ROUND Answer
  • This cavity houses the bladder and reproductive
    organs.
  • a. Pelvic
  • b. Thoracic
  • c. Abdominopelvic
  • d. Ventral

BACK TO GAME
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