Project #33010 - Anatomy and Physiology

This  is your basic Anatomy and Physiology pretty simple stuff I answered a few as I was posting it because it was  so simple ..please do not accept unless you can do this without much thought! and can  do it quickly thanks! 


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An acute or chronic inflammatory condition of the bone commonly caused by the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus is ________.

  A. osteomalacia             

  B. osteomyelitis             

  C. osteoporosis              

  D. plantar fasciitis

Question 2 of 30

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This is the location in the bone where hemopoiesis occurs.

  A. Epiphyses   

  B. Periosteum

  C. Diaphysis     

  D. Medullary cavity

Question 3 of 30

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The spinal column and bones of the middle ear are part of the ________ skeleton.

  A. superior       

 Answer  B. axial              

  C. inferior         

  D. appendicular

Question 4 of 30

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Scoliosis is an example of what classification of disorders?

  A. Infection     

  B. Congenital  

  C. Trauma         

  D. Secondary

Question 5 of 30

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Lordosis is a(n) ________ curvature of the lower back and is commonly called ________.

  A. left lateral, swayback             

  B. posterior, swayback               

 Answer  C. anterior, swayback

  D. anterior, hunchback

Question 6 of 30

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This condition is characterized by filling of the joint space with an inflammatory exudates destroying the joint and replacing the space initially with fibrous tissue and then bone.

  A. Rheumatoid arthritis              

  B. Septic arthritis           

  C. Bursitis         

  D. Tendonitis

Question 7 of 30

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A narrow ridge of bone is known as the ________.

  Answer A. crest             

  B. head              

  C. spine             

  D. condyle

Question 8 of 30

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This injury is caused by repetitive impact trauma to the heel affecting the thick and fibrous connective tissue that extends the length of the foot beginning at the heel.

  A. Rickets         

  B. Scurvy           

  C. Plantar fasciitis          

  D. Scoliosis

Question 9 of 30

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Osteomyelitis is an example of which of the following?

  A. Congenital disorder                

  B. Infection      

  C. Degenerative disorder          

  D. Nutritional disorder

Question 10 of 30

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The bone disease ________ is a degenerative disorder, characterized by thinning bones.

  A. osteoporosis             

  B. osteitis         

  C. osteomyelitis             

  D. osteosarcoma

Question 11 of 30

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Osteoporosis is an example of which of the following?

  A. Congenital disorder                

  B. Infection      

  C. Degenerative disorder          

  D. Nerve disorder

Question 12 of 30

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The ends of long bones are known as the ________.

  A. medulla       

  B. periosteum

  C. diaphysis     

  D. epiphyses

Question 13 of 30

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The joints of the hips and shoulders are examples of ________ joints.

  A. pivot             

  B. fibrous          

  C. ball-and-socket         

  D. saddle

Question 14 of 30

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The microscopic cylindrical-shaped unit of compact bone is called the __________.

  A. endosteum                

  B. cancellous   

  C. osteon          

  D. trabeculae  

  E. epiphyses

Question 15 of 30

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This refers to the shaft of a long bone.

  A. Epiphyses   

  B. Periosteum

  C. Diaphysis     

  D. Endosteum

Question 16 of 30

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The part of the muscle that attaches to the bone that is stationary is called the ________.

  A. point of movement                

  B. point of insertion     

  C. point of control         

  D. point of origin

Question 17 of 30

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Myasthenia gravis is a(n) ________ disorder.

  A. malignant    

  B. genetic         

  C. myosin         

  D. autoimmune

Question 18 of 30

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Blood is pumped through the heart by which type of muscle?

  A. Skeletal        

  B. Smooth        

  C. Cardiac         

  D. Visceral

Question 19 of 30

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Atrophy means muscles ________.

  A. have increased growth         

  B. waste away                

  C. will be scarred           

  D. develop excessively in childhood

Question 20 of 30

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The bacteria Clostridium tetani release a toxin that ________.

  A. relaxes muscles and tightens ligaments         

  B. causes intermittent muscle spasms

  C. causes the patient to go into shock  

  D. keeps muscles constantly contracted

Question 21 of 30

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Skeletal muscle produces body movement as well as maintains ________ .

  A. strength      

  B. vasodilation                

  C. vasoconstriction       

  D. posture

Question 22 of 30

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Which disorder affects the peripheral nervous system usually with ascending paralysis starting in the feet?

  A. Muscular dystrophy               

  B. Guillain-Barré syndrome       

  C. Myasthenia gravis   

  D. Tetanus


Question 23 of 30

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A severe muscle strain can cause all of the following symptoms EXCEPT ________.

  A. complete loss of movement               

  B. swelling        

  C. severe pain

  D. fever

Question 24 of 30

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Another name for a voluntary muscle is ________.

  A. striated muscle         

  B. cardiac muscle           

  C. skeletal muscle         

  D. Both a and c

Question 25 of 30

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Which type of muscle will NOT regenerate once it is severely damaged?

  A. Smooth        

  B. Visceral        

  C. Cardiac         

  D. Skeletal

Question 26 of 30

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Which term is used to designate muscle pain?

  A. Myalgia        

  B. Ataxia           

  C. Paralysis       

  D. Spasm          

Question 27 of 30

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In the bending of the elbow the ________.

  A. triceps brachii is the synergist            

  B. biceps brachii is the prime mover     

  C. biceps brachii is the antagonist          

  D. brachialis is the prime mover

Question 28 of 30

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The myofilaments used during muscle contractions will return to their resting state when the ________ relax.

  A. sarcomeres                

  B. myosin         

  C. actin              

  D. Z bars

Question 29 of 30

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The muscle type that causes decrease in joint angle is ________.

  A. flexion          

  B. flexor            

  C. extension    

  D. extensor

Question 30 of 30

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When the nervous system signals a muscle to contract, the ________ ion channels open.

  A. phosphorus               

  B. sodium         

  C. myosin         


  D. actin

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