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  1. Which system includes the following: Thyroid, thymus, and pineal glands? 

    A) Endocrine system
    B) Digestive system
    C) Lymphatic system
    D) Integumentary system
    A) Endocrine system

    crine = to secrete; separate

    the system of glands that produce endocrine secretions that help to control bodily metabolic activity
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  2. Which function of the pancreas best describes the secretion of hormones?

    A) Exocrine
    B) Endocrine
    B) Endocrine
  3. Which of the following is an oxygen right juicy substance that is located in the connective tissue?

    A) Collagen fiber
    B) Elastin Fibers
    C) Fibroblast
    D) Hyaluronic acid
    C) Fibroblast

    Fibroblast - a cell in connective tissue that produces collagen and other fibers.
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  4. What is the initial reaction to cold by the skin?

    A) release of Adrenalin
    B) Vasodilation
    C) Vasoconstriction
    D) Relaxation
    the constriction of blood vessels, which increases blood pressure.
  5. What is the name for inflammation of the gallbladder?

    A) Cystitis
    B) Cholsterolitis
    C) Bilitis
    D) Cholecystitis
    D) Cholecystitis

    Chole = Gallbladder
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  6. What is the meaning of the suffix - algia?

    A) Paralysis
    B) pain 
    C) Joint
    D) Growth
    B) pain
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  7. In which blood vessel is the blood velocity the lowest?

    A) Arterioles
    B) Capillaries
    C) Arteries
    D) Veins
    B) Capillaries
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  8. Which condition is a contraindication for the paraffin bath?

    A) Acute bursitis
    B) Subacute bursitis
    C) Arthritis joints
    D) Stiff joints after fractures or sprains
    C) Arthritis joints
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  9. Which contains deoxygenated venous blood?

    A) Pulmonary arteries
    B) Aorta
    C) Left ventricle
    D) Left atrium
    A) Pulmonary arteries

    the artery carrying deoxygenated blood from the right ventricle of the heart to the lungs for oxygenation.

    venous - blood found in the veins except pulmonary vein
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  10. By which of the following is OC mainly carried?

    A) Monocytes
    B) Lymphocytes
    C) Glucocytes
    D) Erythrocytes
    D) Erythrocytes

    Erythro - red

    transport oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the tissues
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  11. What is the action of the teres major?

    A) Extends and laterally rotates in adduction of the hip joint
    B) Medially rotates, adducts, and extends the shoulder joint
    C) Flexes and adducts the shoulder joint
    D) Extends the elbow joint and stabilized the ulna during pronation and supination
    B) Medially rotates, adducts, and extends the shoulder joint



    passing below the shoulder joint from the scapula to the upper part of the humerus, drawing the arm toward the body and rotating it inward
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  12. Function of the large intestine?

    A) None of the options
    B) Absorption of water
    C) Protein Synthesis
    D) Digestion of carbohydrates
    B) Absorption of water

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  13. What is hypertension?

    A) Hi acid levels
    B) High melatonin levels
    C) High calcium levels
    D) High blood pressure
    D) High blood pressure
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  14. What is the coronal plane?

    A) divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
    B) Divides into right and left sides
    C) Divides the body into upper and lower portions
    D) Divides body into superficial and deep portions
    A) divides the body into anterior and posterior portions

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  15. Best technique for spastic hemiplegia?

    A) Deep effleurage
    B) Soothing effleurage and stretching
    C) stimulate and stretching
    D) Effleurage and Stretching
    B) Soothing effleurage and stretching

    -unable to detect pain
    paralysis of one side of the body.
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  16. Which muscle rotates the humerus medially?

    A) Pectoralis major
    B) Infraspinatus
    C) Teres minor
    D) Supraspinatus
    A) Pectoralis major


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  17. A person with aphasia has difficulty in doing what?

    A) Eating
    B) Swallowing
    C) Hearing
    D) Speech production
    D) Speech production
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  18. In what structure do sperm mature?

    A) Vas deferens
    B) Seminal vesicle
    C) Epididymis
    D) Prostate
    C) Epididymis

    diddymis - testicles

    Epididymisdidymis - a highly convoluted duct behind the testis, along which sperm passes to the vas deferens.

    Seminal vesicle - each of a pair of glands that open into the vas deferens near its junction with the urethra and secrete many of the components of semen.
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  19. vertebrea that does not have a spinous process? 

    A) C-7
    B) T - 12
    C) C-2 axis
    D) C-1 atlas
    D) C-1 atlas

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  20. Best technique for spastic hemiplegia?

    A) Tapotement
    B) Deep effleurage
    C) Stimulate and stretching
    D) Soothing effleurage and stretching
    D) Soothing effleurage and stretching

    paralysis/weakness of one side of the body.
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  21. What two bones articulate with the clavicle

    A) Sternum and scapula
    B) Scapula and humerus
    C) Sternum and humerus
    D) Humerus and first rib
    A) Sternum and scapula

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  22. What part of the brain regulates temperature?

    A) Thalamus
    B) Medulla
    C) Pons
    D) Hypothalamus
    A) Thalamus
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  23. Name given for emotional brain which includes diencephalon, basal ganglia, and other portions of the cerebral cortex?

    A) Limbic system
    B) none of these options
    C) Parasympathetic system
    D) Central Sulcus
    A) Limbic system

    a complex system of nerves and networks in the brain, involving several areas near the edge of the cortex concerned with instinct and mood. It controls the basic emotions (fear, pleasure, anger) and drives (hunger, sex, dominance, care of offspring)

    Parasympathetic system is PSNS
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  24. If a client has torticollis, where on the body are muscles likely to be hypertonic?

    A) Elbow
    B) Sacrum and lumbar spine
    C) wrist
    D) Neck
    D) Neck

    torticollis: a condition in which the head becomes persistently turned to one side, often associated with painful muscle spasms.
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  25. Which of following is most directly associated with the cause of migraine headaches?

    A) Sleep patterns
    B) Blood vessels
    C) Eyeglasses
    D) Altitude
    D) Altitude
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  26. What is the main fuction of B lymphocytes?

    A) Heparin production
    B) Blood clotting
    C) Antibody formation
    D) Hemopoisis
    C) Antibody formation
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  27. Which of the following best describes the regulation of blood calcium level by Parathroid Hormone (PTH)?

    A) PTH causes calcium to be absorbed and stored in the parathyroid gland
    B) PTH stimulates osteoblasts to build more bone; calcium level drops
    C) PTH stimulates osteoclasts to breakdown bone matrix; blood calcium levels increase
    D) PTH has no effect on blood calcium level
    C) PTH stimulates osteoclasts to breakdown bone matrix; blood calcium levels increase
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  28. Which of the following is not a component of the axial subdivision on the body?

    A) Upper extremity
    B) Neck
    C) Trunk
    D) Head
    A) Upper extremity

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  29. Which of the following is embedded in the muscle of the ventricular walls and conveys stimulation for the ventricles to contract simultaneously?

    A) pacemaker: a specialized bit of heart tissue that controls the heartbeat
    B) Bundle of His
    C) SA node
    D) Purkinje fibers
    D) Purkinje fibers

    Purkinje fibers - specialized cardiac muscle fiberspecialized cardiac muscle fiber

    Sa node - pacemaker: a specialized bit of heart tissue that controls the heartbeat
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  30. After a decrease in blood flow as an initial effect of ice, what is the second effect?

    A) Decrease in blood flow
    B) Stoppage of blood
    C) Increase in blood flow
    D) Stimulates release of endorphins
    C) Increase in blood flow
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  31. What characteristic of a pressure stroke?

    A) hard and deep
    B) Soft and light
    C) Uneven
    D) Follows venous flow
    D) Follows venous flow
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  32. Which substance is most present in hemoglobin

    A) 02
    B) Thiamine
    C) C02
    D) Sodium
    A) 02

    hemoglobin - a red protein responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood of vertebrates.
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  33. Which muscle adducts the femur at the hip joint?

    A) Gletus maximus
    B) Quadratus femoris
    C) Tensor faciae latae
    D) rectus abdominus
    A) Gletus maximus
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  34. Which muscle helps stabilize the scapula from movement of the arms?

    A) None of these options
    B) Pectoralis major/ serratus anterior
    C) Serratus anterior/ rhomboids
    D) Triceps/ trapezius
    C) Serratus anterior/ rhomboids

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  35. Which hormone induces labor?

    A) Oxytocin
    B) Progesterone
    C) Estrogen
    D) Placenta
    A) Oxytocin
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  36. Muscle that supinate are inverted by which nerve?

    A) Tibial nerve
    B) Sciatic nerve
    C) Femoral nerve
    D) Radial and musculocutaneous nerves
    D) Radial and musculocutaneous nerves
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  37. What form is energy stored in the muscle for later use?

    A) Fat
    B) Glycogen
    C) Protein
    D) Glucose
    B) Glycogen
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  38. Muscle atrophy of the entire arm is most likely caused by which of the following?

    A) Brachial plexus injury
    B) Sacral plexus injury
    C) Dog bit just above styloid process of the radius
    D) Vitamin D deficiency
    A) Brachial plexus injury

    The brachial plexus is a network of nerves that conducts signals from the spinal cord, which is housed in the spinal canal of the vertebral column (or spine), to the shoulder, arm and hand.
  39. Which nerve does not originate from brachial plexus?

    A) Long thoracic
    B) Musculocuatneous
    C) Median
    D) Peroneal 
    D) Peroneal 

    "fibular nerve"
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  40. Where is the lease movement in the spine?

    A) L1-L5
    B) all have an equal amount of movement
    C) T4-T6
    D) C1-C5
    C) T4-T6

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  41. What is the general sensory receptors that are found in the skin?

    A) Nodes of Ranvier
    B) Cutaneous sense organs
    C) Newrotransmitters
    D) Propioceptors
    B) Cutaneous sense organs
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  42. What is the term for the fundamental function unit of compact bone?

    A) Osten
    B) Osteoblast
    C) Osteocyte
    D) Osteoclast
    A) Osten
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  43. What is the inflammation of the pleural membrane known as?

    A) Pleurisy
    B) Asthma
    C) Bronchitis
    D) Hypterpleuralitis
    A) Pleurisy

    Bronchitis - inflammation of the mucous membrane in the bronchial tubes
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  44. After a routine of resistance with weights, you might feel sore. What would likely be the cause?

    A) Isometric contraction
    B) Eccentric contraction
    C) Concentric contraction
    D) Isotonic contraction
    B) Eccentric contraction

    Concentric Contractions—Muscle Actively Shortening. raising of a weight during a bicep curl.

    Eccentric Contractions—Muscle Actively Lengthening. As the load on the muscle increases, it finally reaches a point where the external force on the muscle is greater than the force that the muscle can generate.

    Isometric Contraction—Muscle Actively Held at a Fixed Length (isolate) An example of an isometric contraction would be carrying an object in front of you. The weight of the object would be pulling downward, but your hands and arms would be opposing the motion with equal force going upwards.
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  45. Which of the following can only be found in the pelvic cavity?

    A) Pancreas
    B) Gallbladder
    C) Sigmoid colon
    D) Rectum
    C) Sigmoid colon

    Sigmoid colon : the S-shaped last part of the large intestine, leading into the rectum.
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  46. The abdomen is divided into nine area. What is the location the hypogastric area?

    A) Central area
    B) Central area just above pubis
    C) Central area just below ribs
    D) Top left area
    B) Central area just above pubis

  47. What is the prime mover muscle called?
    A) Antagonist
    B) Synergist
    C) Fixator
    D) Agonist
    D) Agonist
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