Final Exam 5

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  1. What valve is located between the left atrium and the left ventricle? 

    A) Aortic semilunar
    B) Pulmonary semilunar
    C) Tricuspid
    D) Bicuspid
    • D) Bicuspid
  2. What is the function of the tibialis posterior?

    A) Inverts and plantar flexes
    B) Inverts and dorsi flexes
    C) Everts and plantar flexes
    D) Everts and dorsi flexes
    A) Inverts and plantar flexes
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  3. Which of the muscles does not insert on the greater trochanter?

    A) Periformis
    B) Gluteus minumus
    C) Gluteus maximus
    D) Gluteus medius
    C) Gluteus maximus
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  4. Where does the gluteus maximus insert?
  5. What is the connective tissue that covers the fascicle of a nerve

    A) Endoneurium
    B) Perineurin
    C) Epineurin
    D) Myelin Sheath
    B) Perineurin

    the nerve is surrounded by the Perineurim, then Endo, then Epr


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  6. Epinephrine is produced by stimulating which nervous system?

    A) Sympathetic
    B) Cranial-sacral
    C) Parasympathetic
    D) Motor
    A) Sympathetic

    Fight or flight
    Epinephrine is another word for adrenaline (kidney)
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  7. What is the function of arachnoid matter?

    A) Stimulates breathing
    B) Forms nerver fibers
    C) Encases the brain
    D) Shock absorber
    D) Shock absorber

    arachnoid matter: 
    a fine, delicate membrane, the middle one of the three membranes or meninges that surround the brain and spinal cord, situated between the dura mater and the pia mater.
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  8. In which condition is massage contraindicated?

    A) Constipation
    B) Keloid Scars
    C) Edema
    D) Insomnia
    B) Keloid Scars

    firm, rubbery lesions or shiny and fibrous. 
    not contagious
    accompanied by severe itchiness, pain
    can affect movement of skin.
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  9. What are eccrine glands? 

    A) All of the options
    B) Sweat producing
    C) Sudoriferous glands
    D) Glands found all over the body
    A) All of the options
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  10. Which one of the following best represents lymp flow from the interstitial spaces back to the blood?

    A) Lymphati capillaries to lymphatic vessels to lymphatic ducts to junction of internal jugular and subclavian veins
    B) Lymp capillaries to lumphatic ducts to lympathatic vessels to junction of internal jugular and subclavian veins
    C) Lymphatic ducts to lymphatic capillaries to lymphatic vessels to junctions of internal jugular and subclavian veins
    D) Lymphatic capillaries to lymphatic vessels to junction of internal jugular subclavian veins to lymphatic ducts
    A) Lymphati capillaries to lymphatic vessels to lymphatic ducts to junction of internal jugular and subclavian veins
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  11. Where do flexors of the wrist originate?

    A) Olecranon process
    B) Medial epicondyle of the humerus
    C) Lateral epicondyle of the humerus
    D) Radial tuberosity
    B) Medial epicondyle of the humerus

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  12. What is the name for cells of the nervous system that perform various functions for the nerve cells such as support, insulation, and protection ?

    A) Neuoglia
    B) Axon
    C) Ganglia
    D) Dendrite
    A) Neuoglia
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  13. What is a condition that is characterized by dry or wet lesions that are red, itchy and burn?

    A) Psoriasis
    B) Eczema
    C) 1st degree burn
    D) Keloid scar
    B) Eczema

    "to boil over" chronic inflammation of the skin.
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  14. What is arteriosclerosis on the coronary arteries?

    A) Congestive heart failure
    B) Bradycardia
    C) Arrhythmia
    D) Coronary heart disease
    D) Coronary heart disease

    arteriosclerosis: thickening and hardening ofarteries

    Arrhythmia: irregular heart beat
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  15. Hepatitis and cirrhosis can be developed in which organ?

    A) Large intestine
    B) Stomach
    C) Heart
    D) Liver
    D) Liver

    Hepa = liver
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  16. What would be the action caused by bilateral contraction of the neck flexors?

    A) Lifting the head when supine
    B) Looking up at the ceiling when standing
    C) Lateral flexion to the left and right
    D) Rotation of the head to the lest or right
    A) Lifting the head when supine

    bilateral: having or relating to two sides; affecting both sides.
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  17. What enzyme is secreted by the pancreas for carbohydrate digestion?

    A) Lipase
    B) Protease
    C) Amylase
    D) Trypin
    C) Amylase

    an enzyme, found chiefly in saliva and pancreatic fluid, that converts starch and glycogen into simple sugars.
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  18. For the acton of upward rotation of the scapula, which of the following muscles is a synergist?

    A) Rhomboid minor
    B) Levator scapula
    C) Upper and lover fibers of the trapezius
    D) None of the above
    C) Upper and lover fibers of the trapezius

    Levator scapula is the agonist
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  19. What best describes the dermis layer of the skin?

    A) It is avascular
    B) It's the outer most layer
    C) It's elastic
    D) t stores energy
    C) It's elastic
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  20. Which of the following extends from the femur?

    A) Peroneus
    B) Soleus
    C) Gluteus maximus and gluteus minmus
    D) None of the options
    C) Gluteus maximus and gluteus minmus

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  21. The cisterna chyli receives lymph from all of the following except one. Which one?

    A) Intestinal trunk
    B) Lumbar trunk
    C) Leg
    D) Subclavian vein
    • D) Subclavian vein

    cisterna chyli: dilated sac at the lower end of the thoracic duct into which lymph from the intestinal trunk and two lumbar lymphatic trunks flow
  22. What is the direction of information flow in neurons?

    A) Dendrite, cell body, and axon
    B) Axom, cell body, and dendrite
    C) Body, dendrite, and axon
    D) Dendrite, axon, and cell body
    • A) Dendrite, cell body, and axon

    Dendrite: a short branched extension of a nerve cell
  23. What happens in Still disease?

    A) Lung tissue hypothrophy
    B) Causes swelling on the nodes and spleen
    C) Spleen and lymph nodes enlarge
    D) Lung tissue hypertrophy
    B) Causes swelling on the nodes and spleen

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  24. Compact bone is primarily found in which part of a long bone?

    A) Diaphysis
    B) Epiphysis
    C) Ends of bone
    D) None of the options
    • A) Diaphysis
  25. Which of the following describes diabetic mellitus?

    A) None of the options
    B) Blood sugar too low, leading to hypoglycmia
    C) Blood glucose is normal, but cells can not metabolize it
    D) Blood glucose is too hight, leading to excretion of glucose in urine
    D) Blood glucose is too hight, leading to excretion of glucose in urine

    the most common form of diabetes, caused by a deficiency of the pancreatic hormone insulin, which results in a failure to metabolize sugars and starch. Sugars accumulate in the blood and urine, and the byproducts of alternative fat metabolism disturb the acid–base balance of the blood, causing a risk of convulsions and coma.
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  26. Where is the mentalis muscle located?

    A) Chin
    B) Forehead
    C) Cranium
    D) Eyelids
    A) Chin

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  27. What is it called when there is a brief contraction of all muscles fibers in a motor unit in response to a single action potion in it's motor neuron?

    A) Tonic
    B) Twitch
    C) Spasm
    D) Tonus
    B) Twitch
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