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1)  A plane or section that divides an organ such that you would be looking at a medial surface of the section would be a(n)

 

A)  coronal section.
B)  horizontal section.
C)  sagittal section.   
D)  transverse section.
E)  oblique section.
 

1)  A plane or section that divides an organ such that you would be looking at a medial surface of the section would be a(n)

 

A)  coronal section.
B)  horizontal section.
C)  sagittal section.   *
D)  transverse section.
E)  oblique section.
 

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2)  The term “cephalic” refers to the

 

A)  head.    
B)  neck.
C)  back of the lower leg.
D)  chest.
E)  spinal column.
 

2)  The term “cephalic” refers to the

 

A)  head.    *
B)  neck.
C)  back of the lower leg.
D)  chest.
E)  spinal column.
 

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4)  The word axillary refers to the

 

A)  groin.
B)  armpit.   
C)  upper arm.
D)  neck.
E)  back of the knee.
 

4)  The word axillary refers to the

 

A)  groin.
B)  armpit.   *
C)  upper arm.
D)  neck.
E)  back of the knee.
 

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5)  Which of the following best describes the relationship between the right plantar region and the right femoral region?

 

A) The right plantar region is distal and ipsilateral to the right femoral region.   
B) The right plantar region is proximal and ipsilateral to the right femoral region.
C) The right plantar region is inferior and contralateral to the right femoral region.
D) The right plantar region is superior and contralateral to the right femoral region.
E) The right plantar region is anterior and oblique to the right femoral region.
 

5)  Which of the following best describes the relationship between the right plantar region and the right femoral region?

 

A) The right plantar region is distal and ipsilateral to the right femoral region.   *
B) The right plantar region is proximal and ipsilateral to the right femoral region.
C) The right plantar region is inferior and contralateral to the right femoral region.
D) The right plantar region is superior and contralateral to the right femoral region.
E) The right plantar region is anterior and oblique to the right femoral region.
 

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6)  Which of the following most correctly describes the relationship between the spine and the lungs?

 

A) The spine is lateral and posterior to the lungs.
B) The spine is medial and posterior to the lungs.     
C) The spine is lateral and anterior to the lungs.
D) The spine is medial and anterior to the lungs.
E) The spine is medial and deep to the lungs.
 

6)  Which of the following most correctly describes the relationship between the spine and the lungs?

 

A) The spine is lateral and posterior to the lungs.
B) The spine is medial and posterior to the lungs.     *
C) The spine is lateral and anterior to the lungs.
D) The spine is medial and anterior to the lungs.
E) The spine is medial and deep to the lungs.
 

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7)   The shoulder is _____ to the elbow.

 

A)  lateral
B)  dorsal
C)  distal
D)  ventral
E)  proximal   
 

7)   The shoulder is _____ to the elbow.

 

A)  lateral
B)  dorsal
C)  distal
D)  ventral
E)  proximal   *
 

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8)   The term "dorsal" means

A)  further from the point of attachment to the body.
B)  to lie with the anterior surface down.
C)  toward the back of the body.   
D)  away from the midline.
E)  toward the front of the body.
 

 

8)   The term "dorsal" means

 

A)  further from the point of attachment to the body.
B)  to lie with the anterior surface down.
C)  toward the back of the body.   *
D)  away from the midline.
E)  toward the front of the body.
 

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9)   The anatomical term that means "away from the midline of the body" is

 

A)  medial.
B)  proximal.
C)  distal.
D)  lateral.   
E)  superficial.
 

9)   The anatomical term that means "away from the midline of the body" is

 

A)  medial.
B)  proximal.
C)  distal.
D)  lateral.   *
E)  superficial.
 

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10)   The thumb is ______ to the fifth digit (little finger).

 

A)  distal
B)  lateral    
C)  medial
D)  proximal
E)  superficial

 

10)   The thumb is ______ to the fifth digit (little finger).

 

A)  distal
B)  lateral    *
C)  medial
D)  proximal
E)  superficial

 

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11)   Which of the following describes the position of the nose?

 

A)  inferior to the chin
B)  superior to the mouth   
C)  posterior to the ears
D)  lateral to the eyes
E)  superior to the forehead
 

11)   Which of the following describes the position of the nose?

 

A)  inferior to the chin
B)  superior to the mouth   *
C)  posterior to the ears
D)  lateral to the eyes
E)  superior to the forehead
 

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13)   A _____________ plane divides the body into equal right and left halves.
 

13)   A _____________ plane divides the body into equal right and left halves.
Answer: midsagittal

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14)   The branch of biological science that deals with the external and internal structure of body parts and their physical relationships is called __________.
 

14)   The branch of biological science that deals with the external and internal structure of body parts and their physical relationships is called __________.
Answer: anatomy

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15) A person lying face down in the anatomical position is in the _____ position.
 

15) A person lying face down in the anatomical position is in the _____ position.
Answer: prone

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16) The common name for the patella is the ____________.
 

16) The common name for the patella is the ____________.
Answer: kneecap

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17) The common name for the olecranon is the ______________.
 

17) The common name for the olecranon is the ______________.
Answer: elbow

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18)   The ear is on the _________________ aspect of the head.
 

18)   The ear is on the _________________ aspect of the head.
Answer: lateral

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12)   In the expression "Let your fingers do the walking," which of the following anatomical terms could be substituted for "fingers?"

 

A)  tarsals
B)  manuals
C)  digits   
D)  carpals
E)  metatarsals
 

12)   In the expression "Let your fingers do the walking," which of the following anatomical terms could be substituted for "fingers?"

 

A)  tarsals
B)  manuals
C)  digits   *
D)  carpals
E)  metatarsals