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Anatomy & Physiology Quiz Show. 1. In first degree burns, only the epidermis is damaged. 2. Groups of cells form organs. 3. The coccyx is superior to the sacrum. 4. The body contains 206 bones. 5. The sebaceous glands produce sweat.

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Anatomy physiology quiz show

Anatomy & PhysiologyQuiz Show


1 in first degree burns only the epidermis is damaged

1. In first degree burns, only the epidermis is damaged.


2 groups of cells form organs

2. Groups of cells form organs.


3 the coccyx is superior to the sacrum

3. The coccyx is superior to the sacrum.


4 the body contains 206 bones

4. The body contains 206 bones.


5 the sebaceous glands produce sweat

5. The sebaceous glands produce sweat.


7 the hyoid bone is the only bone in the body that does not articulate with any other bone

7. The hyoid bone is the only bone in the body that does NOT articulate with any other bone.


8 a tendon connects bone to bone while a ligament attaches muscle to bone

8. A tendon connects bone to bone, while a ligament attaches muscle to bone.


9 comminuted compression and greenstick are all types of joints

9. Comminuted, compression and greenstick are all types of joints.


10 the patella is distal to the metatarsals

10. The patella is distal to the metatarsals.


11 a plane that divides the body lengthwise into equal right and left arts is called

11. A plane that divides the body lengthwise into equal right and left arts is called:

Tranverse

oblique

frontal

coronal

Median (midsagittal)


Which of the following is used to detect melanoma

Which of the following is used to detect melanoma?

All of the above

Measuring the space between moles

The “rule of nines”

Determining the times it takes for skin to tan without burning

The ABCD rule


Which epidermal layer is only found in the palms of the hand and the soles of the feet

Which epidermal layer is only found in the palms of the hand and the soles of the feet?

granulosum

spinosum

basale

lucidum

dermis


Sebum is another word for

Sebum is another word for…

nails

Synovial fluid

Hair follicles

sweat

oil


Which vertebrae include bones that allow humans to nod yes and shake the head no

Which vertebrae include bones that allow humans to nod “yes” and shake the head “no”?

Both lumbar and cervical

coccyx

thoracic

lumbar

cervical


True ribs differ from false ribs because they

True ribs differ from false ribs because they…

They are attached to the lumbar vertebrae

They originate from the vertebrae

Do not articulate directly with the sternum at all (floating ribs)

Articulate directly with bone, not cartilage

Articulate directly with the sternum


The human ribcage contains

The human ribcage contains

12 true ribs and 7 false ribs

5 true ribs, 5 false ribs and 2 floating ribs

8 true ribs and 5 floating ribs

5 true ribs and 7 false ribs

7 true ribs and 5 false ribs


Bones of the ribs sternum and thoracic vertebrae make up the

Bones of the ribs, sternum and thoracic vertebrae make up the

Vertebral column

Pectoral girdle

Pelvic girdle

Appendicular skeleton

Bony thorax


Ossification is the process by which

Ossification is the process by which

Old bone cells are broken down

Melanin is produced

A hematoma is formed

Bone fractures occur

New bone cells form


Which type of bone fracture is most common in athletes

Which type of bone fracture is most common in athletes?

comminuted

greenstick

depressed

compression

spiral


Which type of bone fracture results in a bone breaking in many fragments

Which type of bone fracture results in a bone breaking in many fragments?

depressed

greenstick

impacted

spiral

comminuted


Match each bone on left to its matching description or nickname on right

Match each bone on left to its matching description or nickname on right.

clavicle

patella

pelvis

tarsals

metacarpals

Hand bones

Hip bone

collarbone

Knee cap

Ankle bones


Name these groups of bone

Name these groups of bone.

What are the first two vertebra (C1 and C2) called? Which one connects to the skull?

First two = atlas & axis

A

cervical

B

thoracic

C

lumbar

D

sacrum

E

coccyx


Which of these is not a type of muscle

Which of these is NOT a type of muscle?

skeletal

cardiac

smooth

involuntary


Which of the following is true

Which of the following is true?

Ligaments and tendons are composed of skeletal muscle

Blood vessels are made of cardiac muscle

The stomach and intestines are made of skeletal muscle

The brain is made of smooth muscle

Cardiac muscle is only found in the heart


The sliding filament theory

The sliding filament theory

Describes the movement of a ball & socket joint

Describes the relationship between tendons and muscles

Describe how muscles are formed

Describes how muscles relax

Describes how muscles contract


Which of the following occurs first during muscle contraction

Which of the following occurs first during muscle contraction

Z-lines move closer together

Actin heads pivot exposing the active sites

Myosin crossbridges attach to actin heads

ATP molecules are broken to release energy

Ca+ ions enter the sarcomere


Which of the following muscles are not located in the head

Which of the following muscles are NOT located in the head?

temporalis

frontalis

buccinator

masseter

sartorius


Which of the following muscles is not located on the anterior side of the body

Which of the following muscles is NOT located on the anterior side of the body?

Tibialis anterior

Rectus femoris

External oblique

Pectoralis major

Latissimusdorsi


Which of the following muscles are not found on the shoulders or arms

Which of the following muscles are not found on the shoulders or arms?

Triceps brachii

Trapezius

Biceps brachii

Deltoid

Biceps femoris


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