DH 1330 quiz 1 head and neck

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  1. From the following list of terms, select which terms are DIRECTLY associated with the planes that can be noted with the body

    Medial/Distal
    Median/Sagittal
    Frontal/Horizontal
    Lateral/Proximal
    medial distal
  2. which surface of the body is visualized when performing an extraoral examination that includes the patient's eyes

    Anterior
    Posterior
    Superior
    Lateral
    anterior
  3. Which of the following is CORRECT concerning the sagittal plane of the body?

    Parallel to the median plane
    Parallel to the frontal plane
    Parallel to the horizontal plane
    Parallel to the coronal plane
    parallel to the median plane
  4. When a patient is in anatomic position, what is the surface of the palms of the hand considered?

    Anterior
    Lateral
    Medial
    Posterior
    anterior
  5. What is the anatomic relationship of the right arm to the left leg?

    Sagittal 
    Contralateral
    Ipsilateral
    Midsagittal
    Sagittal
  6. What is the anatomic relationship of the muscles to the skin?

    Anterior
    External
    Deep
    Superficial
    Deep
  7. What is the anatomic relationship of the shoulders to the hips?

    Deep
    Medial
    Inferior
    Superior
    superior
  8. Which of the following is meant by the term "ventral"?

    Back of an area of the body
    Front of an area of the body  
    Inner side of an area of the body
    Outer side of an area of the body
    Front of an area of the body
  9. Which of the following describes a patient's eyes when they are in anatomic position? 

    Closed tightly
    Looking toward the lateral
    Looking toward the medial
    Looking straight forward
    looking straight forward
  10. What is the anatomic relationship of the maxillary arch to the mandibular arch?

    Deep
    Inferior
    Superior
    Superficial
    superior
  11. What is the anatomic relationship of the teeth located in the front of the mouth to the teeth located in the back of the mouth?

    Anterior
    Medial
    Posterior
    Superficial
    anterior
  12. The inner side of the wall of a hollow structure is referred to as internal. In contrast, the outer side of the wall of a hollow structure is external.

    Both statements are true
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    both statements are true
  13. What is another term for a transverse section?

    Vertical section
    Horizontal section
    Anterior section
    Posterior section
    horizontal section
  14. An area closer to the median plane is considered by anatomists to be distal, and an area farther from the median plane is considered proximal.

    Both statements are true 
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    both statements are false
  15. Structures on the same side of the body are considered ipsilateral. Structures on the opposite side of the body are considered contralateral.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    both statements are true
  16. The number of bones and muscles in the head and neck is NOT usually constant and specific
    details of these structures can vary from patient to patient.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false 
    The first statement is false; the second is true.
    the first statement is false; the second statement is true
  17. The median plane is created by an imaginary line dividing the body into equal right and left halves. On the surface of the body, these halves are NEVER symmetric in structure.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.  
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true.
    The first statement is true; the second is false
  18. An area closer to the median plane of the body or structure is considered lateral. An
    area farther from the median plane of the body or structure is considered proximal.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    Both statements are false
  19. What is another term for coronal plane? 
     
    Frontal plane
    Coronal section
    Horizontal plane
    Horizontal section
    frontal plane
  20. Muscles may differ in size and details of their attachments. Joints, vessels, nerves, glands, lymph nodes, fasciae, and spaces of an individual can vary in size, location, and even presence.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true.
    Both statements are true
  21. What is another term for midsagittal plane? 
     
    Median plane
    Coronal plane
    Frontal plane
    Horizontal plane
    median plane
  22. A horizontal plane is created by an imaginary line dividing the body at any level into superior and inferior parts and is ALWAYS _______ to the median plane.

    anterior
    posterior
    parallel
    perpendicular
    perpendicular
  23. The ventral part is directed toward the anterior and is considered the opposite of the
    dorsal part when considering the entire body.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    both statements are true
  24. The transverse section is a division through a _____ plane. 

    horizontal
    frontal
    sagittal
    coronal
    horizontal
  25. The dental professional MUST have a thorough understanding of head and neck anatomy when performing patient examination procedures, both extraoral and intraoral. Certain terms can be used to give information about the depth of a structure in
    relationship to the surface of the body.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.  
    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related.
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.
    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct
    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related
  26. The face is on the anterior side of the head, and the neck is superior and posterior to the
    face.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.  
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true
    The first statement is true; the second is false
  27. CAN HAVE MULTIPLE RESPONSES

    From the following list of terms, select which terms are DIRECTLY associated with the planes that can be noted with the body.

    Medial/Distal
    Median/Sagittal
    Frontal/Horizontal
    Lateral/Proximal
    Median/Sagittal
  28. CAN HAVE MULTIPLE RESPONSE

    From the following list of terms, select which terms can be used to give information about the depth of a structure in relationship to the surface of the body.

    Medial
    Superficial
    Deep
    External
    Internal
    Superficial Deep
  29. MULTIPLE RESPONSE POSSIBLE

    From the following list of terms, select which terms DIRECTLY relate to the median plane
    of the body.

    Medial
    Lateral  
    Ipsilateral
    Contralateral
    Medial, Lateral
  30. MULTIPLE RESPONSE POSSIBLE

    From the following list of terms, select which terms relate to either an inner OR an outer side of a wall of a hollow organ.

    Superficial 
    Deep
    Internal
    External
    Internal, External
  31. MULTIPLE RESPONSE POSSIBLE

    From the following list of terms, select which terms relate to a structure being either on the same side of the body OR on the opposite side of the body.

    Medial
    Lateral
    Ipsilateral
    Contralateral
    Ipsilateral, Contralateral

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