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  1. 9) All of the following are principal muscles that close the mouth EXCEPT:

    A) The Temporalis
    B) The buccinator
    C) The Masseter
    D) Internal pterygoids
    B) The buccinator
  2. 74) All of the following statements are true EXCEPT:

    A) There are 7 cervical nerves attached to the spinal cord
    B) There are 12 thoracic pairs of nerves attached to the spinal cord
    C) There are 31 pairs of nerves attached to the spinal cord
    D) There are 5 sacral pairs of nerves attached to the spinal cord
    A) There are 7 cervical nerves attached to the spinal cord
  3. 33) How far does the spinal cord extend?

    A) Extends from the medulla to the second or third lumbar vertebra
    B) Extends from the medulla to the fourth or fifth lumbar vertebra
    C) Extends from the medulla to the first or second lumbar vertebra
    D) Extends from the medulla to the third or fourth lumbar vertebra
    C) Extends from the medulla to the first or second lumbar vertebra
  4. 63) The axiohumeral group includes all of the following muscles except:

    A) Pectoralis major
    B) Serratus anterior
    C) Pectoralis minor
    D) Latissimus dorsi
    B) Serratus anterior
  5. 48) The axioscapular groups includes all of the following muscles except:

    A) Serratus anterior
    B) Levator scapulae
    C) Latissimus dorsi
    D) Trapezius
    C) Latissimus dorsi
  6. 114) The cardiac outline extends from the:

    A) Second to the sixth intercostal spaces, and from the right parasternal area across almost to the left mamillary line
    B) Fourth to the eighth intercostal spaces, and from the right parasternal area across almost to the left mamillary line
    C) Third to the seventh intercostal spaces, and from the right parasternal area across almost to the left mamillary line
    D) Fifth to the ninth intercostal spaces, and from the right parasternal area across almost to the left mamillary line
    A) Second to the sixth intercostal spaces, and from the right parasternal area across almost to the left mamillary line
  7. 95) The greater trochanter is approximately level with which one of the following?

    A) The anterior border of the pubic symphysis
    B) The inferior border of the pubic symphysis
    C) The posterior border of the pubic symphysis
    D) The superior border of the pubic symphysis
    B) The inferior border of the pubic symphysis
  8. 27) The perianal area is at which one of the following dermatomes?

    A) S 2
    B) S 4
    C) S 5
    D) S 3
    C) S 5
  9. 196) What does stridor mean?

    A) A high-pitched sound due to turbulent air flow in the upper airway.
    B) Breathing sounds like snoring/rattling that indicates there is an obstruction due to secretions, mucosal secretions, or tumor tissue.
    C) It is a crackle; an abnormal respiratory sound heard on auscultation.
    D) Whistling or sighing sound that is characteristic of asthma, croup, and hay fever.
    A) A high-pitched sound due to turbulent air flow in the upper airway.
  10. 32) What layer of skin is composed of loose connective tissue and adipose tissue with blood vessels?

    A) Dermis
    B) Hydrodermis
    C) Epidermis
    D) Hypodermis
    D) Hypodermis
  11. 80) Where does the bladder lie?

    A) Behind the pubic symphysis, and if full it will extend upwards into the hypogastric area, possibly as far as Ren-2
    B) Behind the pubic symphysis, and if full it will extend upwards into the hypogastric area, possibly as far as Ren-3
    C) Behind the pubic symphysis, and if full it will extend upwards into the hypogastric area, possibly as far as Ren-4
    D) Behind the pubic symphysis, and if full it will extend upwards into the hypogastric area, possibly as far as Ren-5
    C) Behind the pubic symphysis, and if full it will extend upwards into the hypogastric area, possibly asfar as Ren-4
  12. 87) Where does the ulnar nerve run?

    A) Anteriorly between the lateral epicondyle and the olecranon process
    B) Posteriorly between the lateral epicondyle and the olecranon process
    C) Posteriorly between the medial epicondyle and the olecranon process
    D) Anteriorly between the medial epicondyle and the olecranon process
    C) Posteriorly between the medial epicondyle and the olecranon process
  13. 191) Which one of the following best describes where the Spleen is located?

    A) Beneath the 12th thoracic and the third lumbar vertebra, on the side of the abdominal cavity, deep to the posterior-lateral aspect of the rib cage
    B) On the posterior abdominal wall, deep to the paravertebral muscles, between the 12th thoracic and the third lumbar vertebrae
    C) On the posterior abdominal wall, deep to the paravertebral muscles, between the ninth, tenth, and eleventh ribs
    D) Beneath the ninth, tenth, and eleventh ribs on the side of the abdominal cavity, deep to the postero-lateral aspect of the rib cage
    D) Beneath the ninth, tenth, and eleventh ribs on the side of the abdominal cavity, deep to the postero-lateral aspect of the rib cage
  14. 15) Which one of the following cranial nerves is responsible for downward, inward movement of the eye?

    A) CN VI
    B) CN V
    C) CN III
    D) CN IV
    D) CN IV
  15. 88) Which one of the following groups of muscles is part of the axioscapular group?

    A) Serratus anterior, trapezius, rhomboids, serratus anterior and levator scapulae
    B) Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, trapezius, and subscapularis
    C) Supraspinatus, teres minor, rhomboids, subscapularis, and levator scapulae
    D) Serratus anterior, trapezius, pectoralis major and minor, rhomboids, and serratus anterior
    A) Serratus anterior, trapezius, rhomboids, serratus anterior and levator scapulae
  16. 56) Which one of the following groups of muscles is part of the scapulohumeral group?

    A) Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis
    B) Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, trapezius, and subscapularis
    C) Pectoralis major and minor, and the latissimus dorsi.
    D) Trapezius, rhomboids, serratus anterior, and levator scapulae.
    A) Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis
  17. 16) Which one of the parts of the brain lies at the base of the brain, coordinates all movement, and helps maintain the body upright in space?

    A) The diencephalon
    B) The brainstem
    C) The cerebrum
    D) The Cerebellum
    D) The Cerebellum
  18. 50) Which vertebra is the most prominent vertebra at the base of the neck?

    A) T1
    B) C7
    C) T2
    D) C6
    A) T1

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