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Anatomy And Physiology For HIM I

HIM 205 Anatomy and Physiology for HIM I

The windpipe is ____ to the esophagus. (Points : 1)

       posterior        anterior        superior        inferior

A body part that is on the opposite side of the body from another body part is said to be ____. (Points : 1)

       inferior        contralateral        anterior        posterior

The mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine help make up the ____. (Points : 1)

       Endocrine system        Digestive system        Respiratory system        Urinary system

The heart and the blood vessels make up the ____. (Points : 1)

       Endocrine system        Respiratory system        Cardiovascular system        Lymphatic system

The skeletal system consists of : (Points : 1)

       cartilage        muscles        ligaments        bones

When comparing anatomy with physiology, ____ is concerned with the structure of a part. (Points : 1)

       physiology        anatomy

When comparing anatomy with physiology, ____ is concerned with the function of a part. (Points : 1)

       physiology        anatomy

Rank the following levels of organization in order from smallest (1) to largest (10): (Points : 9) 
Potential Matches:
1 : molecule
2 : organ system
3 : macromolecule
4 : atom
5 : organism
6 : organelle
7 : cell
8 : tissue
9 : organ
    Answer
     : 1
     : 2
     : 3
     : 4
     : 5
     : 6
     : 7
     : 8
     : 9
Label the number of the regions of the body to the letter of it’s location. (anterior view) https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/CThEEjF_Gf070qbWMXoaFdv_QOzacdtAetWqMr1eom-gAqjPCeTM3kf-uSLj1DvL2G39QA=s87Potential Matches:1 : Acromial2 : Cephalic3 : Pedal4 : Antecubital5 : Inguinal6 : Pubic7 : Pectoral8 : Buccal9 : Antebrachial10 : Cervical11 : Brachial12 : Umbilical13 : Coxal14 : Crural15 : Axillary16 : Abdominal17 : Pelvic    Answer     : A     : B     : C     : D     : E     : F     : G     : H     : I     : J     : K     : L     : M     : N     : O     : P     : Q
Match the number of the regions of the body to the letter of it’s location. (posterior view) https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Bcuy4XOvNVw5qr46K53XYZ0nBtdRrjfKI4a1L2Mlfl-9_hyTfjwA8MaMasGGRii1Jw4l9w=s85
Potential Matches:
1 : Olecranal
2 : Manus
3 : Popliteal
4 : Abdominal
5 : Brachial
6 : Acromial
7 : Calcaneal
8 : Gluteal
9 : Lumbar
10 : Sural
11 : Tarsal
12 : Perineal
13 : Cranial
14 : Sacral
15 : Thoracic
    Answer
     : A
     : B
     : C
     : D
     : E
     : F
     : G
     : H
     : I
     : J
     : K
     : L
     : M
     : N
     : O
Match the number of the the left lateral view of the major body cavities with the letter of their subdivisions using the terms provided. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/8wGDykx9UmKi_Rsjmd8jrp9-tw9MibCYeK0WISUWy7e7gS-0zXYyxY6ri_UUQCDYGeMzgw=s99Potential Matches:1 : Abdominal Vic Cavity2 : Abdominal Cavity3 : Dorsal Cavity4 : Cranial Cavity5 : Pelvic Cavity6 : Thoracic Cavity7 : Ventral Cavity    Answer     : A     : B     : C     : D     : E     : F     : GMatch the number of the frontal view of the major body cavities with the letter of their subdivisions using the terms provided. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/q9OIE1SbLu_iapDiDhSbtoCTlimsW5XwiRHr3MNSvYsPkrVfH6l_29M1chKET6wtZdKBlg=s123Potential Matches:1 : Pericardial Cavity2 : Pelvic Cavity3 : Mediastinum4 : Abdominope Ivic Cavity5 : Abdominal Cavity6 : Pleural Cavity7 : Thoracic Cavity    Answer     : A     : B     : C     : D     : E     : F     : G
match the number of the image to the letter of the body planes. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/5Qv5TxNF5KjedZbg3y_dvR2YKLsh4tvYK2woxuYzwULDnF9pKT-qeaF0mudZmobIlv2q1dI=s101
Potential Matches:
1 : Transverse plane
2 : Parasagittal plane
3 : Median plane
4 : Frontal plane
    Answer
     : A
     : B
     : C
     : D
Many of the organs of the abdominopelvic cavity are covered by the ____, whereas the wall of the abdominal cavity is lined with the ____. (Points : 1)

       visceral peritoneum; parietal peritoneum        visceral pleura; parietal pleura        parietal peritoneum; visceral peritoneum        parietal pericardium; visceral pericardium

Complete the paragraph concerning homeostasis and the internal environment of the body with the terms provided. The internal environment of the body consists of ____ and tissue fluid.  Tissue fluid bathes all the ____of the body.  Oxygen and ____ move from blood to tissue fluid. ____ move from tissue into the blood.  Tissue fluid remains constant only as long as blood ____remains constant.  All systems of the body contribute toward maintaining ____and, therefore, a relatively constant internal environment. (Points : 1)

       blood, cells, wastes, nutrients, homeostasis, composition        blood, cells, nutrients, wastes, composition, homeostasis        cells, nutrients, wastes, composition, homeostasis, blood        cells, wastes, nutrients, composition, homeostasis, blood

Match the number of the abdominopelvic cavity regions with the letter of it’s location using the terms provided. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/McxGEDRqYCrUlS9A_1HYxQ2c2otJCBP55Z7z6RkASOypmecjuDDIqxPnbTVDcmEy40p3v0M=s85
Potential Matches:
1 : Right hypochondriac region
2 : Left lumbar region
3 : Left iliac region
4 : Right iliac region
5 : Epigastric region
6 : Right lumbar region
7 : Hypogastric region
8 : Umbilical region
9 : Left hypochondriac region
    Answer
     : A
     : B
     : C
     : D
     : E
     : F
     : G
     : H
     : I
A body part that is located above another part is said to be ____. (Points : 1)

       anterior        central        inferior        superior

The bridge of the nose is ____ to the eyes. (Points : 1)

       lateral        medial        superficial        distal

A body part that is further away from the midline of the body is said to be ____. (Points : 1)

       medial        deep        lateral        central

The heart is ____ to the sternum. (Points : 1)

       superficial        superior        posterior        proximal

The elbow is ____ to the hand. (Points : 1)

       anterior        posterior        proximal        distal

A body part that is farther from the point of attachment or farther from the trunk or torso is said to be ____. (Points : 1)

       proximal        distal        superficial        inferior

The skin is ____ to the muscles. (Points : 1)

       deep        medial        superficial        anterior

A body part that is located away from the surface is said to be____. (Points : 1)

       central        superficial        deep        contralateral

The right hand is ____ to the right foot. (Points : 1)

       peripheral        ipsilateral        lateral        medial

In the thoracic cavity, the ____ contains the heart , thymus gland, trachea, and esophagus. (Points : 1)

       pericardial cavity        pelvic cavity        mediastinum        pleural cavity

Which one of the organs listed is not found in the abdominal cavity? (Points : 1)

       spleen        urinary bladder        stomach        small intestine

The organ system that is made up of the skin and all if it’s accessory organs is the ____. (Points : 1)

       lymphatic system        nervous system        integumentary system        endocrine system

Match each organ system with its correct description.
Potential Matches:
1 : Transports oxygen and nutrients to the cells.
2 : Brings oxygen into the lungs and takes carbon dioxide out of the lungs.
3 : Receives food and digest it into nutrient molecules.
4 : Rids the body of wastes and helps regulate the fluid level and chemical content of the blood.
    Answer
     : digestive system
     : urinary system
     : respiratory system
     : cardiovascular system
The primary homeostatic mechanism that keeps a variable close to a particular value or set point is called negative feedback. (Points : 1)

       True         False 

It is impossible to completely understand the physiology of an organism such as the human body without developing a complete understanding of the anatomy of the organism and its’ various parts. (Points : 1)

       True         False 

All the ____ of the body make up the ____ that together make up the organism. (Points : 1)

       tissues; organs        cells; tissues        organ systems; organs        organs; organ systems

Which of the following is the most complex level of organization? (Points : 1)

       organ        organelle        organ system        macromolecule

The human liver is primarily located in the (Points : 1)

       left lower quadrant of the abdominal area        right upper quadrant of the abdominal area        right iliac region        left hypochondriac region

Which of the following would not be covered by visceral peritoneum? (Points : 1)

       heart        stomach        intestine        liver

The lungs are covered by a membrane called the ____. (Points : 1)

       peritoneum   Type: MMC        visceral pleura        parietal pericardium        parietal pleura

Which of the following organs are found in the pelvic cavity?  Check all that apply. (Points : 1)

        urinary bladder          rectum         kidneys         spleen 

The endocrine system functions in secretion of hormones for chemical regulation of all body systems. (Points : 1)

       True         False

Choose the example from the list below of a positive feedback mechanism. (Points : 1)

       blood clotting mechanism        an increase or decrease in blood pressure        regulation of body temperature        an increase or decrease in blood sugar

Choose the example from the list below of a negative feedback mechanism. (Points : 1)

       blood clotting mechanism        an increase or decrease in blood pressure        the stomach’s digestion of protein        the birth process

Match each organ system with its correct function(s). (Points : 7) 
Potential Matches:
1 : Drainage and purification of tissue fluid.
2 : Internal support, body movement, and production of blood cells.                      
3 : Secretion of hormones for chemical regulation of all body systems.
4 : Body movement and production of heat.                     
5 : Production of sperm and egg cells.                          
6 : External support and protection of the body.        
7 : Regulatory centers for control of all body systems.
    Answer
     : integumentary system
     : skeletal system
     : reproductive system
     : muscular system
     : nervous system
     : endocrine system
     : lymphatic system

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