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  • 1. Questions and Answers
    Chapter 2
  • 2. The human body in anatomical position is described as:
    A. The body standing erect, the head looking forward, arms to the sides, palms forward, and feet pointing forward.
    B. The body sitting, the head forward, the arms to the sides, palms up, and feet forward.
    C. The body lying on the back, the head looking upward, the arms to the sides, palms back, and feet pointing upward.
    D. The body standing erect, the head forward, arms to the sides, palms back, and feet forward.
  • 3. The human body in anatomical position is described as:
    A. The body standing erect, the head looking forward, arms to the sides, palms forward, and feet pointing forward.
    B. The body sitting, the head forward, the arms to the sides, palms up, and feet forward.
    C. The body lying on the back, the head looking upward, the arms to the sides, palms back, and feet pointing upward.
    D. The body standing erect, the head forward, arms to the sides, palms back, and feet forward.
  • 4. Body planes divide the body into:
    A. Right, front, and top.
    B. Right and left, top and bottom, and back and front.
    C. Right and left, and top and bottom.
    D. Left, back, and bottom.
  • 5. Body planes divide the body into:
    A. Right, front, and top.
    B. Right and left, top and bottom, and back and front.
    C. Right and left, and top and bottom.
    D. Left, back, and bottom.
  • 6. The word posterior (dorsal) means:
    A. Toward the front of the body.
    B. Toward the side of the body.
    C. Toward the back of the body.
    D. Inside the body.
  • 7. The word posterior (dorsal) means:
    A. Toward the front of the body.
    B. Toward the side of the body.
    C. Toward the back of the body.
    D. Inside the body.
  • 8. To move toward the side of the body is to move:
    Posteriorly.
    Superiorly.
    Inferiorly.
    Laterally.
  • 9. To move toward the side of the body is to move:
    Posteriorly.
    Superiorly.
    Inferiorly.
    Laterally.
  • 10. To move from the body toward the end of a limb is to move:
    Distally.
    Proximally.
    Caudally.
    Superiorly.
  • 11. To move from the body toward the end of a limb is to move:
    Distally.
    Proximally.
    Caudally.
    Superiorly.
  • 12. The word dorsal means:
    Anterior.
    Front.
    Side.
    Back.
  • 13. The word dorsal means:
    Anterior.
    Front.
    Side.
    Back.
  • 14. Two of the imaginary planes that divide the body derive their names from:
    Prefixes.
    Suture lines on the skull.
    Anatomic position.
    Body cavities.
  • 15. Two of the imaginary planes that divide the body derive their names from:
    Prefixes.
    Suture lines on the skull.
    Anatomic position.
    Body cavities.
  • 16. Which word is misspelled?
    Proximally
    Posterioanterior
    Midsagittal
    Viscera
  • 17. Which word is misspelled?
    Proximally
    Posterioanterior
    Midsagittal
    Viscera
  • 18. Which word means towards the side or away from the midline?
    Medial
    Sagittal
    Lateral
    Transverse
  • 19. Which word means towards the side or away from the midline?
    Medial
    Sagittal
    Lateral
    Transverse
  • 20. The midsagittal plane divides the body into:
    Top and bottom.
    Anterior and posterior.
    Left and right.
    Microscopic and macroscopic.
  • 21. The midsagittal plane divides the body into:
    Top and bottom.
    Anterior and posterior.
    Left and right.
    Microscopic and macroscopic.
  • 22. The humerus is the bone of the upper arm. The proximal end of the humerus is located next to the:
    Spine.
    Elbow.
    Wrist.
    Shoulder.
  • 23. The humerus is the bone of the upper arm. The proximal end of the humerus is located next to the:
    Spine.
    Elbow.
    Wrist.
    Shoulder.
  • 24. The opposite of internal is superficial.
    True
    False
  • 25. The opposite of internal is superficial.
    True
    False
  • 26. The ___________ cavity is a continuation of the cranial cavity.
    Abdominal
    Dorsal
    Thoracic
    Spinal
  • 27. The ___________ cavity is a continuation of the cranial cavity.
    Abdominal
    Dorsal
    Thoracic
    Spinal
  • 28. The internal organs of a body cavities are known as:
    Systems.
    Pediatrics.
    Pathogens.
    Viscera.
  • 29. The internal organs of a body cavities are known as:
    Systems.
    Pediatrics.
    Pathogens.
    Viscera.
  • 30. The lungs, heart, esophagus, and trachea would all be found in the:
    Cranial cavity.
    Thoracic cavity.
    Abdominal cavity.
    Pelvic cavity.
  • 31. The lungs, heart, esophagus, and trachea would all be found in the:
    Cranial cavity.
    Thoracic cavity.
    Abdominal cavity.
    Pelvic cavity.
  • 32. The internal organs within body cavities are known as viscera.
    True
    False
  • 33. The internal organs within body cavities are known as viscera.
    True
    False
  • 34. Physiology is the study of the structure of the human body.
    True
    False
  • 35. Physiology is the study of the structure of the human body.
    True
    False
  • 36. Gastroenterology is the study of:
    How food is digested, both mechanically and chemically.
    How taste stimuli are perceived.
    How nutrients are absorbed into the blood.
    All of the above.
  • 37. Gastroenterology is the study of:
    How food is digested, both mechanically and chemically.
    How taste stimuli are perceived.
    How nutrients are absorbed into the blood.
    All of the above.
  • 38. Pulmon/o- means:
    Heart.
    Lungs.
    Blood.
    Skin.
  • 39. Pulmon/o- means:
    Heart.
    Lungs.
    Blood.
    Skin.
  • 40. The study of immunology includes the study of the lymphatic system and the blood.
    True
    False
  • 41. The study of immunology includes the study of the lymphatic system and the blood.
    True
    False
  • 42. The organs of the female genital and reproductive system do not include:
    Urinary bladder.
    Vagina and external genitalia.
    Breasts.
    Uterine tubes.
  • 43. The organs of the female genital and reproductive system do not include:
    Urinary bladder.
    Vagina and external genitalia.
    Breasts.
    Uterine tubes.
  • 44. An ophthalmologist would study the:
    Skin.
    Eyes.
    Ears.
    Throat.
  • 45. An ophthalmologist would study the:
    Skin.
    Eyes.
    Ears.
    Throat.
  • 46. Any change in the normal structure or function of the body is:
    Physiology.
    Hereditary.
    Disease.
    Anatomy.
  • 47. Any change in the normal structure or function of the body is:
    Physiology.
    Hereditary.
    Disease.
    Anatomy.
  • 48. A patient who is asymptomatic:
    Shows no symptoms or signs.
    Cannot recover.
    Has a nutritional disease.
    Has no disease.
  • 49. A patient who is asymptomatic:
    Shows no symptoms or signs.
    Cannot recover.
    Has a nutritional disease.
    Has no disease.
  • 50. Acute is the opposite of:
    Terminal.
    Refractory.
    Chronic.
    Therapeutic.
  • 51. Acute is the opposite of:
    Terminal.
    Refractory.
    Chronic.
    Therapeutic.
  • 52. A patient cannot recover from an illness that is:
    Therapeutic.
    Terminal.
    Chronic.
    Infectious.
  • 53. A patient cannot recover from an illness that is:
    Therapeutic.
    Terminal.
    Chronic.
    Infectious.
  • 54. The _______ is the leader of the healthcare team.
    Physician extender
    Therapist
    Physician
    Nurse
  • 55. The _______ is the leader of the healthcare team.
    Physician extender
    Therapist
    Physician
    Nurse
  • 56. The combining form ambulat/o- means:
    Disease.
    Servant.
    Again and again.
    Walking.
  • 57. The combining form ambulat/o- means:
    Disease.
    Servant.
    Again and again.
    Walking.
  • 58. Sick people who visit a clinic are known as:
    Inpatients.
    Clients.
    Residents.
    Outpatients.
  • 59. Sick people who visit a clinic are known as:
    Inpatients.
    Clients.
    Residents.
    Outpatients.
  • 60. The suffix -ician means:
    Medical therapy.
    Disease.
    Skilled professional.
    Present at birth.
  • 61. The suffix -ician means:
    Medical therapy.
    Disease.
    Skilled professional.
    Present at birth.

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