MBLEX Review 6

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  1. Which blood type os the universal donor?

    A) AB positive
    B) O positive
    C) O negative
    D) AB negative
    C) O negative
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which of the following hormones are not produced by adrenal glands?

    A) Norpinephrine hormones
    B) Aldesterone Hormones
    C) Adrenocorticotrophic hormones
    D) Epinephrine hormones
    C) Adrenocorticotrophic hormones
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. What causes an altering contraction and dilation of blood vessels?

    A) Cold compress
    B) Percussion douche
    C) Heat
    D) Contrast bath
    D) Contrast bath

    "hot/cold immersion therapy",[1] is a form of treatment where a limb or the entire body is immersed in ice water followed by the immediate immersion of the limb or body in warm water
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  4. What is the branch of biology the studies the function
    Physiology
  5. What is the branch of biology the studies the structure
    Anatomy
  6. Which vein in the body, originating on the medial aspect of the foot and extending upward along the medial side of the leg toward the inguinal ligament?

    A) popliteal
    B) Great Saphenous
    C) Femoral
    D) Anterior
    • B) Great Saphenous
  7. Which lymphocyte produces antibodies?

    A) B lymphocytes
    B) T lymphocytes
    A) B lymphocytes

    T lymphocytes: a small lymphocyte developed in the thymus; it orchestrates the immune system's response to infected or malignant cells
  8. Which lymphocyte doe not  produces antibodies?

    A) B lymphocytes
    B) T lymphocytes
    B) T lymphocytes
  9. Which term indicates increase blood flow in tissue

    A) Hyperthermia
    B) Hyperemia
    C) Hypothermia
    D) Vasoconstriction
    B) Hyperemia

    Hypothermia: the condition of having an abnormally low body temperature, typically one that is dangerously low.
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  10. Which muscle assist in flexing the elbow?

    A) Triceps brachi, coracobrachialis, teres minor
    B) Brachialis, brachioradialis, flexor carpi radialis
    C) Brachioradialis, brachialis, pronator teres
    D) Pronator quadratus, brachioradialis, coracobrachialis
    C) Brachioradialis, brachialis, pronator teres

    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. The signs that indicate internal bleeding are similar to what other condition?

    A) Heat exhaustion
    B) Shock
    C) Drowning
    D) Sun stroke
    B) Shock
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  12. Which of the following rotates the thigh outward, inward, and flexes and extends the hip?

    A) Gluteus maximus
    B) Gluteus medius
    C) Gluteus minimus
    D) Psoas major
    • B) Gluteus medius
  13. Which muscle supinates and pronates?

    A) Biceps brachii
    B) Brachioradialis
    C) Triceps
    D) Supinator
    • B) Brachioradialis
  14. What is the connective tissue that covers an individual axon of a nerve?

    A) Perineurim
    B) Endoneurium
    C) Epineurum
    D) Myelin sheath
    • B) Endoneurium
  15. Which bone is the medial malleous part of?

    A) Fibula
    B) Calcaneus
    C) Talus
    D) Tibia
    • D) Tibia
  16. How dies a bladder infection get into the kidneys?

    A) Ureterus
    B) nephron
    C) Urethra
    D) Glomerulus
    • A) Ureterus
  17. Which of the following causes ringworm?

    A) Virus
    B) Fungi
    C) Parasitic worm
    D) Bacterium
    B) Fungi
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. What causes ringworm?
    Fungi
  19. Which of the following are joints of the appendicular skeleton except?

    A) Talocrural
    B) Coxal
    C) Scapulothoracic
    D) Temporomandibular
    D) Temporomandibular
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. Which nerve does the carpal tunnel syndrome usually affect?

    A) Thoracic nerve
    B) Radial nerve
    C) Medial nerve
    D) Ulnar nerve
    C) Medial nerve

    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Following activities that generate a lot sweating, which of the following is most likely the cause of muscle cramps and or muscle pain?
    Loss of sodium
  22. Following activities that generate a lot sweating, which of the following is most likely the cause of muscle cramps and or muscle pain?

    A) Loss of glucose
    B) Loss of potassium
    C) Loss of sodium
    D) Loss of calcium
    C) Loss of sodium
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  23. In which blood vessels is there the least pressure

    A) Arteries
    B) Arterioles
    C) Veins
    D) Capillaries
    C) Veins
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. What is it called when the mucus membrane that lines the abdominal wall becomes inflamed?

    A) Peritonitis
    B) Diverticulitis
    C) Reflux esophogatis
    D) Pericarditis
    A) Peritonitis
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  25. What is the relationship between baroreceptors and the medulla?
    Receptors detect blood pressures and relay the information to the cardio regulatory centers in the medulla
  26. What will the fibers of the left SCM do during lateral rotation of the head to the left?

    A) Lengthen
    B) Shorten
    • A) Lengthen
  27. Which of the following flex the tibiofemoral joint?

    A) Iliopsoas
    B) Rectus abdominus
    C) Biceps femoris
    D) Rectus femoris
    • C) Biceps femoris
    • Posterior 
  28. Which of the following muscle attach the the mastoid process?

    A) Sternocleidomastiod
    B) Spenius capitis
    C) Longissimus capitus
    D) All of the above
    • B) Spenius capitis
  29. two-way conduction path of the brain
    Brain stem
  30. two-way conduction path of the brain

    A) Cerubellum
    B) Diencephalon
    C) Cerebrum
    D) Brain stem
    D) Brain stem
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Impetigo is a contagious skin infection that usually produces blisters or sores on the face, neck, hands, and diaper area.
  32. Which stoke might stimulate expectoration in a client with a chronic reparatory disease.
    Percussion
  33. How do you calculate a MT income
    income after expenses
  34. What does the vibration massage technique create
    soothing effect on the nervous system
  35. Best technique for the neck, shoulder and back for tension headaches?

    A) Deep friction and kneading
    B) Firm kneading and deep effleurage
    C) Light effleurage
    D) Firm kneading and petrissage
    B) Firm kneading and deep effleurage
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. Where can you find papillary muscles

    A) heart
    B) feet
    C) hands
    D) eyes
    A) heart
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  37. what is the  quadratus lumborum attached to that makes it able to lift the hip?
    • Posterior iliac crest
  38. crutch-walking muscle?
    Latissimus dorsi
  39. During muscle contraction when calcium ions are released, what chemical is released and broken down so energy is released.
    ATP
  40. How much tissue make up a persons body weight?
    40-50%
  41. What type of neuroglia helps to from the blood-brain barrier?

    A) Ependymal
    B) Microglia
    C) Astrocyte
    D) Olgigodendroglia
    C) Astrocyte
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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