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1 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Anatomy is defined as: A. the study of atoms. B. the study of body structures. C. the study of how the body functions. D. the study of how the body malfunctions. 2. Physiology is defined as: A. the study of physics.
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  1 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Anatomy is defined as: A. the study of atoms.B. the study of body structures.C. the study of how the body functions.D. the study of how the body malfunctions.   2. Physiology is defined as: A. the study of physics.B. the study of body structures.C. the study of how the body functions.D. the study of how the body malfunctions.   3. Anatomy and physiology is defined as: A. the study of the normal and abnormal function of the body.B. the study of body structures.C. the study of how the body functions.D. the study of the body's structure and how those structures function.   4. What is considered standard anatomical position? A. The body is upright, the legs are close together, the feet are flat on the floor, the arms are close to thesides, and the face and palms of the hands are facing forward.B. The body is upright, the legs are far apart, the feet are flat on the floor, the arms are close to the sides,and the face and palms of the hands are facing forward.C. The body is upright, the legs are close together, the feet are flat on the floor, the arms are spread far from the sides, and the face and palms of the hands are facing backward.D. The body is lying in a horizontal position, the legs are close together, the feet are pointing upward, thearms are close to the sides, and the face and palms of the hands are facing upward.   5. What do anatomical terms of direction describe? A. The specific region in which a body part is located B. The body's positionC. The location of a particular structure in the bodyD. The cavity that contains certain organs within the body   6. What anatomical term of direction is used to describe the location of the ankle in relation to the knee? A. ProximalB. DistalC. SuperficialD. Ventral   7. What anatomical term of direction is used to describe the location of the nose in relation to the eyes? A. MedialB. Superior C. LateralD. Inferior    8. What are the two major anatomical regions of the body? A. Axial and abdominalB. Appendicular and cephalicC. Axial and appendicular D. Cephalic and thoracic   ull file at http://testbankcart.eu/Test-Bank-for-Anatomy-and-Physiology-Foundations-for-the-Health-Professions-1st-Edition-by-Roiger  9. If a person sustained cervical dislocation in an accident, what region of his/her body was affected? A. Head B. Neck C. ChestD. Face   10. What are the two different ways the abdominal region of the body can be divided? A. The abdominal region can be divided into 4 regions or 2 regions.B. The abdominal region can be divided into 4 regions or 6 regions.C. The abdominal region can be divided into 4 regions or 9 regions.D. The abdominal region can only be divided into 4 regions.   11. Which of the following organs is located in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen? A. HeartB. LungsC. Left kidneyD. Liver    12. In which of the following regions of the abdomen is the navel located? A. Right hypogastricB. Left hypogastricC. EpigastricD. Umbilical   13. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects what region of the body? A. FootB. ArmC. LegD. Wrist   14. Which of the following anatomical terms of direction refer to the dorsal side of the body? A. Posterior B. Anterior C. Superior D. Inferior    15. Where is the diaphragm in relation to the lungs? A. SuperficialB. DeepC. Superior D. Inferior    16. All of the following describe an anatomical region except which one? A. AxialB. CubitalC. BilateralD. Tarsal   17. All of the following describe an anatomical term of direction except which one? A. RightB. CubitalC. BilateralD. Medial   18. All of the following describe an anatomical term of direction except which one? A. ProximalB. Superior C. BilateralD. Transverse   ull file at http://testbankcart.eu/Test-Bank-for-Anatomy-and-Physiology-Foundations-for-the-Health-Professions-1st-Edition-by-Roiger  19. All of the following describe an anatomical region except which one? A. SagittalB. InguinalC. Appendicular D. Plantar    20. How does a sagittal plane separate the body? A. Top from bottomB. Right from leftC. Front from back D. Up from down   21. Which of the following terms describes an anatomical plane that separates the body exactly down themidline? A. MidlineB. MedialC. MidsagittalD. Median   22. How does a transverse plane separate the body? A. Top from bottomB. Right from leftC. Front from back D. Up from down   23. Which of the following terms describes an anatomical plane that separates the body top from bottom? A. SagittalB. TransverseC. MidsagittalD. Frontal   24. How does a frontal or coronal plane separate the body? A. Top from bottomB. Right from leftC. Front from back D. Up from down   25. Which of the following terms describes an anatomical plane that separates the body front from back? A. SagittalB. TransverseC. MidsagittalD. Frontal or coronal   26. What kind of term can be used to describe the position of the entire body or a body part? A. Anatomical planeB. Anatomical regionC. Anatomical cavityD. Anatomical position   27. Which anatomical term of position describes the anterior surface facing up? A. SupineB. VentralC. Anterior D. Prone   ull file at http://testbankcart.eu/Test-Bank-for-Anatomy-and-Physiology-Foundations-for-the-Health-Professions-1st-Edition-by-Roiger  28. Which anatomical term of position describes the anterior surface facing down? A. SupineB. VentralC. Anterior D. Prone   29. In standard anatomical position, the palms are in what position? A. SupineB. VentralC. Anterior D. Prone   30. A patient lying on his/her ventral or anterior surface, face down would be in what position? A. SupineB. DorsalC. Posterior D. Prone   31. Which of the following is not an anatomical cavity in the body? A. ThoracicB. DorsalC. InguinalD. Abdominal   32. The thoracic cavity can be subdivided into which two cavities? A. Abdominal and pelvic cavitiesB. Cranial and vertebral cavitiesC. Pleural and pericardial cavitiesD. Thoracic and abdominal pelvic cavities   33. The abdominopelvic cavity can be subdivided into which two cavities? A. Abdominal and pelvic cavitiesB. Cranial and vertebral cavitiesC. Pleural and pericardial cavitiesD. Thoracic and abdominal pelvic cavities   34. How many anatomical cavities does the thoracic cavity contain? A. 1B. 2C. 3D. 4   35. Which membrane lines the abdominal and pelvic cavities? A. MeningesB. PleuraeC. PericardiumD. Peritoneum   36. Which organs are associated with the dorsal cavity? A. Brain and spinal cord B. Lungs and heartC. Digestive organsD. Reproductive organs   ull file at http://testbankcart.eu/Test-Bank-for-Anatomy-and-Physiology-Foundations-for-the-Health-Professions-1st-Edition-by-Roiger
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