MT5 MIDTERM

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MT5 MIDTERM
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  1. The digestive tract is also called the ?
    alimentary canal
  2. A ball-like mass of food is called a ?
    bolus
  3. What is the punching bag-shaped object dangling from the soft palate?
    uvula
  4. Which of the following is NOT a salivary gland?
    A.  parotid
    B.  submandibular
    C.  substernal
    D.  sublingual
    C.  substernal
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Externally, the 3 main structural parts of a tooth are the ?, ?, and ?
    crown, neck, root
  6. The deep folds of the stomach wall that allow for size changes of the stomach are called?
    rugae
  7. The final 'door' of the stomach that needs to open for chyme to travel to the small intestine is located at the end of the ?
    pylorus
  8. The inner wall of the alimentary canal is the ?
    mucosa
  9. A full 2/3 of the gastric juices secreted in the stomach happen as food passes through this gastric juice production phase.
    gastric phase
  10. The stomach's activity is controlled by the ? nervous system.
    autonomic
  11. The fingerlike projections of the wall of the small intestine are called
    villi
  12. This structure may be considered vestigial.
    appendix
  13. The duodenum releases these hormones to decrease gastric activity.
    CCK & secretin
  14. This organ does most of the digestion and absorbtion in your digestive tract.
    small intestine
  15. The chief function of the gallbladder is ?
    to store bile.
  16. What is one of the main functions of the liver?
    detoxification
  17. The pancreas releases the following into the duodenum.
    digestive enzymes
  18. The liver receives 1.5 quarts of blood every minute from which blood vessels?
    hepatic portal vein & hepatic artery
  19. TNM
    tumor, nodes, metastases
  20. TX
    traction
  21. UE
    upper extremity
  22. UGI
    upper gastrointestinal
  23. URI
    upper respiratory infection
  24. US
    ultrasound
  25. VO
    verbal order
  26. WBC
    white blood cell
  27. Wt
    weight
  28. x
    times
  29. JRA
    juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
  30. L1
    lumbar one (first lumbar)
  31. LE
    lower extremity
  32. MRI
    magnetic resonance image
  33. MS
    multiple sclerosis
  34. PET
    positron emission topography
  35. RN
    registered nurse
  36. TB
    tuberculosis
  37. TENS
    transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
  38. TIA
    transient ischemic attack
  39. CRT
    certified respiratory therapist
  40. CSF
    cerebral spinal fluid
  41. CTS
    carpal tunnel syndrome
  42. CUC
    chronic ulcerative colitis
  43. DC
    doctor of chiropractic
  44. DJD
    degenerative joint disorder
  45. DO
    doctor of osteopathy
  46. Fx
    fracture
  47. GB
    gallbladder
  48. GI
    gastrointestinal
  49. BPD
    borderline personality disorder
  50. C1
    cervical 1 (first cervical)
  51. CAD
    coronary artery disease
  52. CDH
    congenital dislocation of hip
  53. Chemo
    chemotherapy
  54. CMA
    California medical association
  55. CNA
    certified nursing assistant
  56. CNS
    central nervous system
  57. COPD
    chronic obtrusive pulmonary disease
  58. COTA
    certified occupational therapists association
  59. Ante
    before
  60. Acc
    accomodations
  61. ACL
    anterior cruciate ligament
  62. ADL
    activities of daily living
  63. AK
    above knee
  64. ALS
    amytrophic lateral sclerosis
  65. ARD
    acute respiratory disease
  66. AROM
    active range of motion
  67. BK
    below knee
  68. BP
    blood pressure
  69. anterior
    toward the front
  70. posterior
    toward the back
  71. medial
    toward the middle
  72. lateral
    toward the side
  73. superior
    toward the top
  74. inferior
    toward the bottom
  75. proximal
    near point of reference
  76. distal
    away from point of reference
  77. external
    on the outside
  78. internal
    on the inside
  79. superficial
    at the body surface
  80. deep
    under the body surface
  81. central
    locations around center of body
  82. peripheral
    surrounding or outer regions
  83. How many vertebrae are in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions?
    • cervical - 7
    • thoracic - 12
    • lumbar - 5
  84. What are the 2 vertebrae regions inferior to the lumbar region?
    sacrum & coccyx
  85. antebrachial
    forearm
  86. antecubital
    depressed area in front of elbow
  87. axillary
    armpit
  88. brachial
    upper arm
  89. buccal
    cheek
  90. carpal
    wrist
  91. cervical
    neck
  92. digital
    fingers
  93. femoral
    thigh
  94. gluteal
    buttocks
  95. lumbar
    lower back
  96. nasal
    nose
  97. oral
    mouth
  98. orbital
    eye area
  99. patellar
    knee
  100. pedal
    foot
  101. plantar
    sole of foot
  102. pubic
    genital region
  103. sternal
    breastbone area
  104. thoracic
    chest

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