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Chapter 1 - The Human Body: An Orientation $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Introduction Directional Terms Regional Anatomy Sections.

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1 Chapter 1 - The Human Body: An Orientation $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Introduction Directional Terms Regional Anatomy Sections and Planes Body Cavities and Membranes FINAL ROUND

2 Introduction: $100 Question The study of the function of the human body is termed: a. gross anatomy. b. systemic anatomy. c. cytology. d. physiology. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Introduction: $100 Answer The study of the function of the human body is termed: a. gross anatomy. b. systemic anatomy. c. cytology. d. physiology. BACK TO GAME

4 Introduction: $200 Question A group of similar cells that perform the same function is classified as a _______. a. tissue b. organ c. organ system d. organism BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Introduction: $200 Answer A group of similar cells that perform the same function is classified as a _______. a. tissue b. organ c. organ system d. organism BACK TO GAME

6 Introduction: $300 Question Which of the following body systems is most involved in responsiveness? a. Muscular system b. Digestive system c. Nervous system d. Reproductive system BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Introduction: $300 Answer Which of the following body systems is most involved in responsiveness? a. Muscular system b. Digestive system c. Nervous system d. Reproductive system BACK TO GAME

8 Introduction: $400 Question This term refers to the sum of all chemical reactions in the body. a. Homeostasis b. Metabolism c. Negative feedback d. Cellular respiration BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Introduction: $400 Answer This term refers to the sum of all chemical reactions in the body. a. Homeostasis b. Metabolism c. Negative feedback d. Cellular respiration BACK TO GAME

10 Introduction: $500 Question During exercise the body cools itself by sweating. Sweating in response to an elevated body temperature is an example of what process? a. Metabolism b. Movement c. Positive feedback d. Homeostasis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Introduction: $500 Answer During exercise the body cools itself by sweating. Sweating in response to an elevated body temperature is an example of what process? a. Metabolism b. Movement c. Positive feedback d. Homeostasis BACK TO GAME

12 Directional Terms: $100 Question The nose is ______ to the lips. a. anterior b. superior c. medial d. proximal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Directional Terms: $100 Answer The nose is ______ to the lips. a. anterior b. superior c. medial d. proximal BACK TO GAME

14 Directional Terms: $200 Question The knee is ______ to the ankle. a. posterior b. lateral c. medial d. proximal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Directional Terms: $200 Answer The knee is ______ to the ankle. a. posterior b. lateral c. medial d. proximal BACK TO GAME

16 Directional Terms: $300 Question The thumb is ______ to the little finger. a. lateral b. medial c. proximal d. distal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Directional Terms: $300 Answer The thumb is ______ to the little finger. a. lateral b. medial c. proximal d. distal BACK TO GAME

18 Directional Terms: $400 Question The sternum, or breastbone, protects the heart and therefore is _______ to the heart. a. superior b. anterior c. medial d. proximal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Directional Terms: $400 Answer The sternum, or breastbone, protects the heart and therefore is _______ to the heart. a. superior b. anterior c. medial d. proximal BACK TO GAME

20 Directional Terms: $500 Question While performing a dissection, the students noticed that the veins were closer to the skin than the arteries. Therefore, the veins were _______to the arteries. a. anterior b. posterior c. superficial d. deep BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Directional Terms: $500 Answer While performing a dissection, the students noticed that the veins were closer to the skin than the arteries. Therefore, the veins were _______to the arteries. a. anterior b. posterior c. superficial d. deep BACK TO GAME

22 Regional Anatomy: $100 Question The word cervical pertains to what region of your body? a. Neck b. Arm c. Elbow d. Knee BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Regional Anatomy: $100 Answer The word cervical pertains to what region of your body? a. Neck b. Arm c. Elbow d. Knee BACK TO GAME

24 Regional Anatomy: $200 Question The word orbital pertains to what region of your body? a. Mouth b. Knee c. Eye d. Ear BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Regional Anatomy: $200 Answer The word orbital pertains to what region of your body? a. Mouth b. Knee c. Eye d. Ear BACK TO GAME

26 Regional Anatomy: $300 Question If a patient complained of pain in the antebrachial area, what area would you examine? a. Arm b. Forearm c. Elbow d. Neck BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Regional Anatomy: $300 Answer If a patient complained of pain in the antebrachial area, what area would you examine? a. Arm b. Forearm c. Elbow d. Neck BACK TO GAME

28 Regional Anatomy: $400 Question When taking a popliteal pulse you would be feeling what region of the body? a. Front of the wrist b. Front of the elbow c. Behind the knee d. Side of the neck BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Regional Anatomy: $400 Answer When taking a popliteal pulse you would be feeling what region of the body? a. Front of the wrist b. Front of the elbow c. Behind the knee d. Side of the neck BACK TO GAME

30 Regional Anatomy: $500 Question A broken hallux refers specifically to a broken _________. a. big toe b. thumb c. finger d. vertebra BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Regional Anatomy: $500 Answer A broken hallux refers specifically to a broken _________. a. big toe b. thumb c. finger d. vertebra BACK TO GAME

32 Sections and Planes: $100 Question The ______ plane divides the body into equal right and left halves. a. sagittal b. midsagittal c. frontal d. transverse BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Sections and Planes: $100 Answer The ______ plane divides the body into equal right and left halves. a. sagittal b. midsagittal c. frontal d. transverse BACK TO GAME

34 Sections and Planes: $200 Question The plane that divides the body into superior and inferior portions is the: a. sagittal. b. midsagittal. c. frontal. d. transverse. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Sections and Planes: $200 Answer The plane that divides the body into superior and inferior portions is the: a. sagittal. b. midsagittal. c. frontal. d. transverse. BACK TO GAME

36 Sections and Planes: $300 Question If a person had a toe amputated, the surgeon would make a ______ cut to amputate the toe. a. sagittal b. midsagittal c. frontal d. transverse BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Sections and Planes: $300 Answer If a person had a toe amputated the surgeon would make a ______ cut to amputate the toe. a. sagittal b. midsagittal c. frontal d. transverse BACK TO GAME

38 Sections and Planes: $400 Question A leg amputation would require a cut in which plane? a. Sagittal b. Midsagittal c. Frontal d. Transverse BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Sections and Planes: $400 Answer A leg amputation would require a cut in which plane? a. Sagittal b. Midsagittal c. Frontal d. Transverse BACK TO GAME

40 Sections and Planes: $500 Question To amputate an arm, the surgeon would cut in which plane? a. Sagittal b. Midsagittal c. Frontal d. Transverse BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Sections and Planes: $500 Answer To amputate an arm, the surgeon would cut in which plane? a. Sagittal b. Midsagittal c. Frontal d. Transverse BACK TO GAME

42 Body Cavities and Membranes: $100 Question Which of the following are the two major closed body cavities? a. Ventral and dorsal b. Superior and inferior c. Thoracic and abdominal d. Cranial and spinal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Body Cavities and Membranes: $100 Answer Which of the following are the two major closed body cavities? a. Ventral and dorsal b. Superior and inferior c. Thoracic and abdominal d. Cranial and spinal BACK TO GAME

44 Body Cavities and Membranes: $200 Question The layer of a serous membrane that lines the body cavity is the ______ layer. a. visceral b. parietal c. mucous d. pleural BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Body Cavities and Membranes: $200 Answer The layer of a serous membrane that lines the body cavity is the ______ layer. a. visceral b. parietal c. mucous d. pleural BACK TO GAME

46 Body Cavities and Membranes: $300 Question What structure divides the anterior cavity into two sections? a. Spinal column b. Heart c. Mediastinum d. Diaphragm BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Body Cavities and Membranes: $300 Answer What structure divides the anterior cavity into two sections? a. Spinal column b. Heart c. Mediastinum d. Diaphragm BACK TO GAME

48 Body Cavities and Membranes: $400 Question Which membrane lines the abdomino- pelvic cavity? a. Pleural b. Peritoneal c. Pericardial d. Synovial BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Body Cavities and Membranes: $400 Answer Which membrane lines the abdomino- pelvic cavity? a. Pleural b. Peritoneal c. Pericardial d. Synovial BACK TO GAME

50 Body Cavities and Membranes: $500 Question The specific membrane that covers the surface of the lungs is the: a. parietal pleura. b. visceral pleura. c. parietal peritoneum. d. visceral peritoneum. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Body Cavities and Membranes: $500 Answer The specific membrane that covers the surface of the lungs is the: a. parietal pleura. b. visceral pleura. c. parietal peritoneum. d. visceral peritoneum. BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question The abdominal region is divided into nine areas. Name the upper right area that contains the liver. a. Right hypochondriac b. Right thoracic c. Right lumbar d. Right iliac BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer The abdominal region is divided into nine areas. Name the upper right area that contains the liver. a. Right hypochondriac b. Right thoracic c. Right lumbar d. Right iliac BACK TO GAME


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