MUSCULOSKELETAL SYS

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  1. Spongy, porous bone tiss is also called:
    • a.) Yellow Bone Marrow
    • b.) Bone Fissure
    • c.) Compact Bone
    • d.) Bone Sinus
    • e.)"Cancellous Bone"
  2. Outward extension of the shoulder bone is the:
    • a.) Xiphoid process
    • b.) Acetabulum
    • c.) "Acromion"
    • d.) Vertebral Arch
    • e.) Patella
  3. An opening or passage in bones where blood vessels & nerves enter & leave is a:
    • a.) Fissure
    • b.) Sulcus
    • c.) Tuberosity
    • d.) "Foramen"
    • e.) Fossa
  4. The projection of the temporal bone is the:
    • a.) Malleolus
    • b.) Epiphysis
    • c.) Xiphoid process
    • d.) "Mastoid Process"
    • e.) Tubercle
  5. Knuckle-like process @ the end of a bone is called:
    • a. Fontanelle
    • b. Tubersoity
    • c. Trochanter
    • d. Xiphoid process
    • e. "Condyle"
  6. Mandible, Vomer, Maxilla, & Zygomatic are all bones of the:
    • a. "Face"
    • b. Cranium
    • c. Spine
    • d. Pelvi
    • e. Thorax
  7. Occipital, Sphenoid, Frontal, Temporal, & Ethmoid r bones of the:
    • a. Face
    • b. "Cranium"
    • c. Spine
    • d. Pelvis
    • e. Thorax
  8. The shaft of a Long Bone is called a(n):
    • a. Olecranon
    • b. Periosteum
    • c. Osteoclast
    • d. Epiphysis
    • e. "Diaphysis"
  9. Poor formation of bone:
    • a. Osteolysis
    • b. "Osteodystrophy"
    • c. Decalcification
    • d. Myelopoiesis
    • e. Osteoclasis
  10. Slipping or Subluxation of a vertebra:
    • a. Spondylitis
    • b. Rachitis
    • c. Kyphosis
    • d. "Spondylolisthesis"
    • e. Lordosis
  11. Operation performed to relieve the symptoms of a slipped disk:
    • a. Patellapexy
    • b. Arthoscopy
    • c. Osteoclasis
    • d. "Laminectomy"
    • e. Metacarpectomy
  12. Lateral curvature of the spinal column:
    • a. Lordosis
    • b. "Scoliosis"
    • c. Kyphosis
    • d. Spina Bifida
    • e. Pubic Symphysis
  13. Vitamin D deficiency leads 2 softening of bone, which is known as:
    • a. "Osteomalacia"
    • b. Lumbago
    • c. Osteogenesis Imperfecta
    • d. Osteoporosis
    • e. Hypercalcemia
  14. Pertaining 2 the Upper Arm bone:
    • a. "Humeral"
    • b. Tibial
    • c. Radial
    • d. Ulnar
    • e. Carpal
  15. The shoulder bone is the:
    • a. Patella
    • b. Sternum
    • c. "Scapula"
    • d. Clavicle
    • e. Vertebra
  16. The smaller of the two Lower Leg bones is the:
    • a. Calcaneus
    • b. Tibia
    • c. "Fibula"
    • d. Tarsal bone
    • e. Malleolus
  17. Inflammation of bone & Bone marrow:
    • a. Osteitis Fibrosa Cystica
    • b. Multiple Myeloma
    • c. "Osteomyelitis"
    • d. Osteoporosis
    • e. Osteochondroma
  18. Clubfoot:
    • a. "Exostosis"
    • b. Osteogenic Sarcoma
    • c. Bunion
    • d. Talipes
    • e. Bursitis
  19. A Splintered or Crushed bone:
    • a. "Comminuted Fracture"
    • b. Greenstick Fracture
    • c. Crepitation
    • d. Compression Fracture
    • e. Impacted Fracture
  20. Surgical repair of a joint:
    • a. "Arthroplasty"
    • b. Fasciectomy
    • c. Achondroplasia
    • d. Tenorrhaphy
    • e. Arthrosis
  21. Condition of stiffening & immobility of a joint:
    • a. Hemarthrosis
    • b. Fibrositis
    • c. Bursitis
    • d. Kyphosis
    • e. "Ankylosis"
  22. Chronic inflammation of bones & joints due 2 degenerative changes in cartilage:
    • a. Ankylosing spondylitis
    • b. Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • c. Chondromalacia
    • d. "Osteoarthritis"
    • e. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
  23. Inflammation of joints caused by excessive Uric Acide accumulation:
    • a. Bunion
    • b. Bursitis
    • c. "Gouty Arthritis"
    • d. Sciatica
    • e. Myositis
  24. Malignant tumor of Smooth Muscle:
    • a. Rhabdomyosarcoma
    • b. "Leiomyosarcoma"
    • c. Rhabdomyoma
    • d. Leiomyoma
    • e. Myorrhaphy
  25. Wasting away {no development}of muscle:
    • a. Myasthemia
    • b. Myalgia
    • c. Hypertrophy
    • d. Atrophy
    • e. Myositis
  26. Fibrous membrane separating muscle:
    • a. "Fascia"
    • b. Flexion
  27. Movement away from the midline:
    • a. "Abduction"
    • b. Adduction
  28. Pertaining 2 the heart muscle:
    • a.Myasthenia
    • b. "Myocardial"
  29. Pain of many muscles:
    • a. Myositis
    • b. "Polymyalgia"
  30. Act of turning the palm forward or upward:
    • a. "Supination"
    • b. Pronation
  31. Muscle connected 2 internal organs:
    • a. Skeletal
    • b. "Visceral"
  32. Connection of muscle 2 the bone tht moves:
    • a. Origin
    • b. "Insertion"
  33. Connection of Muscle 2 Stationary Bone:
    • a. "Origin"
    • b. Insertion
  34. Correct Spelling: Upper Arm Bone:
    • a. "Humerus"
    • b. Humerous
    • c. Humorous
  35. Correct Spelling: Thigh Bone:
    • a. Femor
    • b. "Femur"
    • c. Femmur
  36. Correct Spelling: End of a Long Bone:
    • a. "Epiphysis"
    • b. Epiphisis
    • c. Epiphifisis
  37. Correct Spelling: Humpback:
    • a. Kyphiosis
    • b. Kiphosis
    • c. "Kyphosis"
  38. Correct Spelling: Heel Bone:
    • a. "Calcaneus"
    • b. Calcaneous
    • c. Calcaineus
  39. Correct Spelling: Finger or Toe Bones:
    • a. "Phanlanges"
    • b. Pharynges
    • c. Plalanges
  40. Correct Spelling: Collar Bone:
    • a. Clavical
    • b. Klavicle
    • c. "Clavicle"
  41. Correct Spelling: Kneecap
    • a. "Patella"
    • b. Petella
    • c. Patela
  42. Correct Spelling: Mineral substance in bone:
    • a. "Phosphorus"
    • b. Phosphorous
    • c. Phospherus
  43. Correct Spelling: Lower Large Bone
    • a. Tibbia
    • b. Tibea
    • c. "Tibia"
  44. Correct Spelling: Itching:
    • a. Pruritis
    • b. Purtritis
    • c. "Pruritus"
  45. Correct Spelling: Red, round wheals {Hives}:
    • a. "Urticaria"
    • b. Urtakaria
    • c. Urtikaria
  46. Correct Spelling: Malignant tumor of pigmented skin cells:
    • a. Melenoma
    • b. Melonoma
    • c. "Melanoma"
  47. Correct Spelling: Mole
    • a. "Nevus"
    • b. Nevas
    • c. Nevis
  48. Correct Spelling: Blackhead:
    • a. Komedo
    • b. "Comedo"
    • c. Comeddo
  49. Correct Spelling: Absence of kin pigment:
    • a. "Albinism"
    • b. Allbinism
    • c. Albenism
  50. Correct Spelling: Chronic recurrent dermatosis w/itchy, scaly patches:
    • a. Psoriesis
    • b. Psoraisis
    • c. "Psoriasis"
  51. Correct Spelling: Structural protein found in skin & connective tiss:
    • a. Collegen
    • b. Kollagen
    • c. "Collagen"
  52. Correct Spelling: Profuse sweating:
    • a. "Diaphoresis"
    • b. Diaforesis
    • c. Diaphoriesis
  53. Correct Spelling: Inflammatory Disease:
    • a. Ezcema
    • b. Eksema
    • c. "Eczema"
  54. A type of Epithelial cell in the Epidermis is a:
    • a. Lipocyte
    • b. Neuron
    • c. Chondrocyte
    • d. Histiocyte
    • e. "Squamous Cell"
  55. Dermis:
    • a. "Basal Layer of Skin"
    • b. Middle Layer of Skin
    • c. Epithelial Layer
    • d. Above the Dermis
    • e. Subcutaneous Tiss
  56. A hard protein material found in the Epidermis "
    • a. Melanin
    • b. Sebum
    • c. "Keratin"
    • d. Collagen
    • e. Cerumen
  57. Structural protein found in skin & connective tiss:
    • a. Cartilage
    • b. "Collagen"
    • c. Cerumen
    • d. Melanin
    • e. Sebum
  58. Xer/o means:
    • a. "Dry"
    • b. Scaly
    • c. Thick
    • d. Yellow
    • e. White
  59. Pertaining 2 Under a nail:
    • a. Hypodermic
    • b. Hypoglossal
    • c. Epidermis
    • d. Subcutaneous
    • e. "Subungual"
  60. Wht is a combining form meaning skin:
    • a. Ichthy/o
    • b. Adip/o
    • c. "Cutane/o"
    • d. Pachy/o
    • e. Xanth/o
  61. Absence of pigment in skin?
    • a. Erythroderma
    • b. Melanism
    • c. Xanthoderma
    • d. Dermatitis
    • e. "Albinism"
  62. Inflammation of the soft tiss around a nail:
    • a. Onychomycosis
    • b. Erythema
    • c. Epidermolysis
    • d. "Paronychia"
    • e. Dermatitis
  63. Profuse sweating:
    • a. Anhidrosis
    • b. "Diaphoresis"
    • c. Hidradenitis
    • d. Seborrhea
    • e. Keratosis
  64. Fungal Infection:
    • a. Leukoderma
    • b. Keratosis
    • c. Erythema
    • d. "Trichomycosis"
    • e. Seborrhea
  65. Fatty mass w/in a Sebaceous gland:
    • a. "Steatoma"
    • b. Lipoma
    • c. Pilosebaceous
    • d. Onychophagia
    • e. Verrucae
  66. A wheal is a(n):
    • a. Macule
    • b. Wart
    • c. Polyp
    • d. Ulcer
    • e. "Hive"
  67. Bullae:
    • a. Papules
    • b. Macules
    • c. Fissures
    • d. "Large Blisters"
    • e. Nodules
  68. Pustule:
    • a. Cyst
    • b. Pruritus
    • c. Uriticaria
    • d. "Small Abscess"
    • e. Ecchymoses
  69. Itching:
    • a. Pruritis
    • b. Petechiae
    • c. Alopecia
    • d. Purpura
    • e. "Pruritus"
  70. Keloid:
    • a. "Thickened Scar"
    • b. Leukoplakia
    • c. Comedo
    • d. Callus
    • e. Wart
  71. Inflammatory disease of the joints & collagen of the skin; can affect other body organs:
    • a. Impetigo
    • b. "Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    • c. Mycosis Fungoides
    • d.Actinic Keratosis
    • e. Eczema
  72. Moles tht can develop in/2 malignant melanoma:
    • a. Basal Cell Carcinomas
    • b. Squamous Cell Carcinomas
    • c. Verrucae
    • d. "Dysplastic Nevi"
    • e. Polyps
  73. Bed sore; break in continuity of skin:
    • a. Leukoplakia
    • b. Psoriasis
    • c. Tinea
    • d. "Decubitus Ulcer"
    • e. Scleroderma
  74. Chronic recurrent dermatosis w/silvery gray scales covering red patches in skin:
    • a. Leukoplakia
    • b. Psoriasis
    • c. Tinea
    • d. "Decbitus Ulcer"
    • e. Scleroderma
  75. A Dermatomycosis:
    • a. Leukoplakia
    • b. Psoriasis
    • c. "Tinea"
    • d. Decubitus Ulcer
    • e. Scleroderma
  76. White patches on a mucous membrane of tongue or cheek:
    • a. "Leukoplakia"
    • b. Psoriasis
    • c. Tinea
    • d. Decubitus Ulcer
    • e. Scleroderma
  77. Connective tiss in the skin hardens:
    • a. Leukoplakia
    • b. Psoriasis
    • c. Tinea
    • d. Decubitus Ulcer
    • e. " Scleroderma"
  78. Layers of growth r removed & examined microscopically:
    • a. Fungal Test
    • b. Scratch Test
    • c. "Mohs Surgery"
    • d. Cryosurgery
    • e. Punch Biopsy

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