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81. (p. 158) Which statement is false regarding rheumatoid arthritis? A. It is the most common form of arthritis. B. It is an autoimmune disorder. C. It is a progressive disease. D. It can affect a person of any age. 82. (p. 159) What is ankylosis? A. Creaking noises made when moving arthritic joints B..
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21. (p. 186) Which term describes bringing a body part toward the midline? A. Flexion B. Extension C. Abduction D. Adduction 22. (p. 186) A person doing jumping jacks is performing which set of muscle action? A. Extension and flexion B. Abduction and adduction C. Protraction and retraction D. Inversion and eversion 23. (p. 186) A person moving.
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11. (p. 232) Which statement compares sensory and motor neurons? A. Sensory neurons carry afferent or incoming messages to the brain, while motor neurons carry efferent or outgoing messages away from the brain. B. Sensory neurons carry afferent or outgoing messages to the brain, while motor neurons carry efferent or incoming.
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1. (p. 183) Which of the following combining forms means muscle? A. myo/o B. myco/o C. sacr/o D. sthen/o 2. (p. 183) Which of the following combining forms means strength? A. myo/o B. muscul/o C. sacr/o D. sthen/o 3. (p. 183) Which of the following combining forms means flesh? A. myo/o B. muscul/o C. sacr/o D. sthen/o 4. (p. 185) Which of.
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31. (p. 37) The phospholipids in the cell membrane are composed of what? A. Transport proteins B. Hydrophilic tails C. Hydrophobic heads D. Hydrophobic chains and hydrophilic heads 32. (p. 37) The cell membrane contains all of the following except: A. phospholipid. B. secretory vesicle. C. cholesterol. D. channels. 33. (p. 38) Which of the following correctly describes.
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91. (p. 217) Which type of muscle tissues performs anaerobic respiration? A. Skeletal B. Cardiac C. Smooth D. All of the answers are correct 92. (p. 217) In addition to the essential and non-essential amino acids required for muscle cell function, what minerals are required? A. Iron and calcium B. Magnesium and potassium C. Calcium and.
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61. (p. 83) Which statement describes preventative treatment? A. The goal of treatment is to make a patient more comfortable during the terminal stages of the disease. B. The goal of treatment is to cure the patient of the disease. C. The goal of treatment is to restore normal function. D. The goal.
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71. (p. 207) Which term describes the ability of a muscle cell to shorten with force? A. Excitability B. Extensibility C. Contractility D. Elasticity 72. (p. 207) A stimulated muscle cell signals the release of what chemical from the synaptic knob? A. Acetylcholine B. Actin C. Myosin D. Tropomyosin 73. (p. 207) Which statement about a muscle's response.
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41. (p. 247) All of the following are functions of the hypothalamus except which one? A. Temperature regulation B. Sexual development C. Autonomic functions D. All of these are functions of the hypothalamus. 42. (p. 247) The brainstem is composed of what four parts? A. Cerebrum, diencephalon, brainstem, cerebellum B. Frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital C. Medulla.
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81. (p. 108) What type of skin cancer starts in the melanocytes? A. Basal cell carcinoma B. Squamous cell carcinoma C. Malignant melanoma D. Malignant carcinoma 82. (p. 108) Which of the following answer choices correctly lists the ABCDEs of skin cancer? A. Asymmetry, border, color, diameter, evolving B. Asymmetry, border, cancerous, diameter, evolving C. Abstract,.
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61. (p. 144) The Achilles tendon attaches the calf muscles to what bone? A. Talus B. Calcaneus C. Navicular D. Cuneiform 62. (p. 147) What is the function of hydroxyapatite in bone? A. Make the matrix flexible. B. Harden the matrix. C. Soften the matrix. D. Hydroxyapatite has no function in bone tissue. 63. (p. 147) What are.
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91. (p. 165) All of the following are functions of parathyroid hormone except which one? A. Causes osteoclasts to reabsorb bone therefore increasing blood calcium levels B. Causes the kidney to reabsorb calcium in order to maintain blood calcium levels C. Causes osteoblasts to deposit bone, reducing blood calcium levels D. Causes the.
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11. (p. 90-91) Which of the following statements describes the epidermis? A. The epidermis has cutaneous glands, hair follicles, and nerve endings. B. The epidermis is the skin's most superficial layer. C. The epidermis is the skin's deepest layer. D. The dermis is composed of loose/areolar connective tissue over dense irregular connective tissue. 12..
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61. (p. 50) Which of the following is NOT a shape of an epithelial cell? A. Cuboidal B. Squamous C. Columnar D. Stratified 62. (p. 58-59) Which of the following is a correct statement about cardiac muscle? A. Cardiac muscle cells are branched and multinucleated. B. Cardiac muscle is striated and voluntary. C. Cardiac muscle is.
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71. (p. 149-150) What types of cartilage is found in the pinna of the ear and in the epiglottis of the throat? A. Hyaline cartilage B. Elastic cartilage C. Fibrocartilage D. Fibroelastic cartilage 72. (p. 149-150) What type of cartilage is found in the intervertebral disks? A. Hyaline cartilage B. Elastic cartilage C. Fibrocartilage D. Fibroelastic cartilage 73..
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61. (p. 257) The autonomic nervous system carries what kind of messages? A. Efferent B. Afferent C. Sensory D. Voluntary 62. (p. 257) Which of the following is false regarding the function of the sympathetic nervous system? A. Prepares the body for fight or flight B. Dilates blood vessels C. Signals the heart to beat slower D..
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1. (p. 89) Which of the following combining forms mean skin? A. cutane/o B. cyan/o C. melan/o D. onych/o 2. (p. 89) Which of the following combining forms mean black? A. cutane/o B. cyan/o C. melan/o D. onych/o 3. (p. 89)  Whichof the following combining forms mean nail?  A.  cutane/o B.  cyan/o C.  melan/o D.  onych/o 4. (p..
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11. (p. 73) Which category of childhood diseases is caused by inherited genes which have been passed to children by their parents? A. Infectious disease B. Congenital disorder C. Genetic disorder D. Developmental disorder 12. (p. 73) Which type of disease results from an infection caused by a microorganism? A. Infectious disease B. Congenital disorder C..
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51. (p. 48) Which statement correctly represents the function of telomeres? A. Telomeres are protective caps on the ends of chromosomes that help stabilize them. B. Telomeres are protective caps on the ends of chromosomes that help them replicate. C. Telomeres are protective caps on the ends of chromosomes that the cell.
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71. (p. 53-54) Which of the following is not one of the three types of cartilage? A. Hyaline cartilage connective tissue B. Elastic cartilage connective tissue C. Fibrocartilage connective tissue D. Fibroelastic cartilage connective tissue 72. (p. 59) What is the function of neuroglia? A. Communication B. Protection and support C. Movement D. Coverage 73. (p. 60) Which.
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31. (p. 240) CSF circulates between the ventricles and what? A. Subarachnoid space B. Epidural space C. Choroid plexus D. Meninges 32. (p. 240) What is the function of CSF? A. Cushion the brain from impact B. Provide buoyancy so the brain is not damaged by the bony floor of the skull C. Rinse the brain.
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51. (p. 253) What surrounds the bundles of axons? A. Endoneurium B. Perineurium C. Epineurium D. Neither of these answers is correct. 52. (p. 253) What is the function of the endoneurium? A. Surround the bundle of axons B. Surround the axon of an individual neuron C. Surround the nerve D. None of these answers is correct. 53..
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51. (p. 195) What is the insertion of the pectoralis major? A. Scapula B. Humerus C. Ribs D. Pubis 52. (p. 195) Which of the following extends and laterally rotates the hip? A. Trapezius B. Latissimus dorsi C. Gluteus maximus D. Gluteus medius 53. (p. 198) All of the following muscles flex the elbow except which one? A..
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1. (p. 121) Which of the following combining forms mean rib? A. cost/o B. orth/o C. myel/o D. stern/o 2. (p. 121) Which of the following combining forms means straight? A. humer/o B. ili/o C. orth/o D. carp/o 3. (p. 121) Which of the following combining forms means lower back? A. maxill/o B. femor/o C. phalang/o D. lumb/o 4. (p. 121) Which.
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41. (p. 80) Which condition is a severe, systemic reaction that can cause tightening of the airway and other symptoms, including abdominal pain, hives, slurred speech, and wheezing? A. AIDS B. HIV C. Anaphylaxis D. Autoimmune disorder 42. (p. 80) Which immune disorder is characterized as an inability of the immune system to distinguish.
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41. (p. 42) Protein synthesis involves which two stages? A. Active and passive transport B. Endocytosis and exocytosis C. Osmosis and diffusion D. Transcription and translation 42. (p. 42-43) ACGUUGCACGU represents what kind of strand? A. DNA B. mRNA C. rRNA D. tRNA 43. (p. 43-44) Which of the following stages of protein synthesis reads the mRNA strand.
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61. (p. 203) The gastrocnemius and soleus perform what action? A. Synergists for doriflexion B. Synergists for plantar flexion C. Antagonists for plantar flexion D. Eversion of the foot 62. (p. 203) Which muscle dorsiflexes and inverts the foot? A. Gastrocnemius B. Soleus C. Peroneus D. Tibialis anterior 63. (p. 204) What is the connective tissue that surrounds.
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41. (p. 197-200) All of the following are muscles of the arm or forearm except which one? A. Deltoid B. Brachialis C. Erector spinae D. Extensor carpi ulnaris 42. (p. 200-203) All of the following are muscles of the thigh or leg except which one? A. Gracilis B. Brachialis C. Satorius D. Soleus 43. (p. 193) Which of.
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1. (p. 231) Which of the following combining forms means head? A. cephal/o B. cerebell/o C. cerebr/o D. dur/o 2. (p. 231) Which of the following combining forms means tough? A. cephal/o B. cerebell/o C. cerebr/o D. dur/o 3. (p. 231) Which of the following combining forms means spinal cord? A. mening/o B. medull/o C. myel/o D. neur/o 4. (p. 231) Which.
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