A&P Lab Practical 2

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Anatomy and Physiology Quiz on A&P Lab Practical 2, created by Tamara Podnosova on 25/09/2018.
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Question 1

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Label the picture
Answer
  • frontal bone
  • parietal bone
  • supraorbital foramen
  • temporal bone
  • sphenoid bone
  • nasal bone
  • zygomatic bone
  • maxilla
  • mandible
  • infraorbital foramen
  • mental foramen
  • mental protuberance
  • alveolar process
  • inferior nasal concha
  • vomer
  • perpendicular plate
  • superior orbital fissure

Question 2

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Label the picture
Answer
  • coronal suture
  • frontal bone
  • parietal bone
  • squamous suture
  • lambdoid suture
  • temporal bone
  • occipital bone
  • external acoustic meatus
  • mastoid process
  • styloid process
  • mandibular ramus
  • temporal process of zygomatic bone
  • mental protuberance
  • mental foramen
  • maxilla
  • zygomatic bone
  • ethmoid bone
  • lacrimal bone
  • nasal bone
  • sphenoid bone
  • mandibular condyle
  • coronoid process
  • mandibular notch

Question 3

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Label the picture
Answer
  • palatine process
  • horizontal plate
  • vomer
  • foramen ovale
  • sphenoid bone
  • jugular foramen
  • carotid canal
  • lambdoid suture
  • foramen magnum
  • occipital condyle
  • mastoid process
  • mandibular fossa
  • styloid process
  • lateral pterygoid plate
  • medial pterygoid plate
  • external occipital protuberence

Question 4

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Label the picture
Answer
  • frontal sinus
  • crista galli
  • cribriform plate
  • optic canal
  • lesser wing of sphenoid
  • sella turcica
  • foramen rotundum
  • greater wing of sphenoid
  • foramen ovale
  • internal acoustic meatus
  • jugular foramen

Question 5

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Label the picture
Answer
  • sphenoid sinus
  • frontal sinus
  • crista galli
  • perpendicular plate
  • mandibular foramen

Question 6

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Answer
  • coronal suture
  • sagittal suture
  • lambdoid suture

Question 7

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[blank_start]Long bones[blank_end] are longer tan they are wide and include the bones of the upper and lower limbs, excluding the ankle and wrist bones.
Answer
  • Long bones

Question 8

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[blank_start]Flat bones[blank_end] are shaped exactly as they're named. These bones include the ribs, sternum, certain skull bones, and hip bones.
Answer
  • Flat bones

Question 9

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[blank_start]Irregular bones[blank_end] are those whose shape doesn't fit into any of the other classes. These bones include the vertebrae, the sacrum, and certain bones of the skull, such as the sphenoid bone.
Answer
  • Irregular bones

Question 10

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[blank_start]Sesamoid bones[blank_end] are usually small, round, and flat, and shaped somewhat like a sesame seed.
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  • Sesamoid bones

Question 11

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[blank_start]Sutural bones[blank_end], or Wormian bones, are small, flat, irregularly shaped bones between the flat bones of the skull. There are individual variations in the number, shape, and position of the sutural bones.
Answer
  • Sutural bones

Question 12

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The axial skeleton consists of
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  • skull
  • upper and lower limbs
  • thoracic cage
  • pelvic girdle
  • bones associated with the skull
  • vertebral column

Question 13

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The appendicular skeleton consists of
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  • Upper and lower limbs
  • Skull
  • Pectoral girdle
  • Vertebrae
  • Pelvic girdle

Question 14

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The vertebral column consists of 24 unfused vertebrae and 5 fused vertabrae of the sacrum and coccyx. Of the 24 unfused vertebrae, [blank_start]7[blank_end] are cervical, [blank_start]12[blank_end] are thoracic, and [blank_start]5[blank_end] are lumbar.
Answer
  • 7
  • 12
  • 5

Question 15

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[blank_start]C1[blank_end], or [blank_start]atlas[blank_end], articulates with the occipital condyles, and holds up the head. It also allows us to nod our head yes.
Answer
  • C1
  • atlas

Question 16

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[blank_start]C2[blank_end], or [blank_start]axis[blank_end], fuses with C1 and allows us to rotate our head left and right.
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  • C2
  • axis

Question 17

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What type of vertebra is this?
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  • cervical vertebrae
  • thoracic vertebrae
  • lumbar vertebrae

Question 18

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What type of vertebra is this?
Answer
  • cervical vertebrae
  • thoracic vertebrae
  • lumbar vertebrae

Question 19

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What type of vertebra is this?
Answer
  • cervical vertebrae
  • thoracic vertebrae
  • lumbar vertebrae

Question 20

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Label the picture
Answer
  • spinous process
  • transverse process
  • lamina
  • pedicle
  • vertebral arch
  • superior articular facet
  • superior articular process
  • vertebral foramen
  • body
  • superior articular process
  • pedicle
  • intervertebral foramen
  • transverse process
  • spinous process
  • inferior articular process
  • inferior articular facet
  • body
  • transverse process
  • superior articular facet
  • inferior articular process
  • superior articular process
  • inferior articular process
  • spinous process
  • lamina
  • intervertebral disc
  • vertebral arch

Question 21

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  • auricular surface
  • sacral foramina

Question 22

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Answer
  • true ribs
  • false ribs
  • floating ribs
  • manubrium
  • body
  • xiphoid process
  • sternum
  • jugular notch

Question 23

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Label the picture
Answer
  • head
  • neck
  • tubercle
  • body
  • sternal end

Question 24

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Ribs 1-7 are considered [blank_start]true ribs[blank_end], or vertebrosternal ribs, because they attach directly to the sternum by their own costal cartilage. Ribs 8-12, on the other hand, are classified as [blank_start]false ribs[blank_end] because they lack this direct attachment to the sternum. Ribs 8-10 are [blank_start]vertebrochondral ribs[blank_end] as they have an indirect attacment to the sternum, as their cartilage attaches to the costal cartilage of the true ribs. Ribs 11-12 have no attachment to the sternum at all, so they are often referred to as [blank_start]floating ribs[blank_end] or vertebral ribs.
Answer
  • false ribs
  • vertebrochondral ribs
  • true ribs
  • floating ribs
  • floating ribs
  • vertebrochondral ribs
  • true ribs
  • false ribs
  • vertebrochondral ribs
  • vertebrosternal ribs
  • floating ribs
  • true ribs
  • false ribs
  • floating ribs
  • vertebrochondral ribs
  • vertebrosternal ribs

Question 25

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Answer
  • circumferential lamellae
  • periosteum
  • interstitial lamellae
  • trabeculae of spongy gone
  • osteons
  • central canal
  • perforating canal
  • central canal
  • concentric lamellae
  • endosteum

Question 26

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Answer
  • epiphysis
  • epiphysis
  • metaphysis
  • metaphysis
  • diaphysis
  • compact bone
  • medullary cavity
  • spongy bone

Question 27

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  • compact bone
  • diploe

Question 28

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Answer
  • acromion process
  • acromion process
  • acromion process
  • coracoid process
  • coracoid process
  • coracoid process
  • superior border
  • superior border
  • superior angle
  • supraspinous fossa
  • subscapular fossa
  • spine
  • spine
  • glenoid cavity
  • infraspinous fossa
  • medial border
  • lateral border
  • inferior angle
  • lateral border
  • medial border

Question 29

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  • sternal end
  • acromial end

Question 30

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Label the picture
Answer
  • head
  • greater tubercle
  • greater tubercle
  • lesser tubercle
  • intertubercular groove
  • shaft
  • deltoid tuberosity
  • capitulum
  • trochlea
  • medial epicondyle
  • trochlea
  • medial epicondyle
  • coronoid fossa
  • olecranon fossa
  • trochlea
  • lateral epicondyle
  • medial epicondyle
  • olecranon fossa
  • trochlea

Question 31

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Answer
  • olecranon process
  • head of radius
  • neck of radius
  • radial tuberosity
  • radius
  • ulna
  • ulna
  • ulnar styloid process
  • radial styloid process
  • ulnar notch
  • olecranon process
  • trochlear notch
  • coronoid process
  • radial notch

Question 32

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Label the picture
Answer
  • iliac crest
  • anterior superior iliac spine
  • anterior inferior iliac spine
  • acetabulum
  • superior pubic ramus
  • inferior pubic ramus
  • ischial ramus
  • ischial tuberosity
  • obturator foramen
  • lesser sciatic notch
  • ischial spine
  • greater sciatic notch
  • posterior inferior iliac spine
  • posterior superior iliac spine
  • posterior superior iliac spine
  • ischial ramus
  • ischial tuberosity
  • lesser sciatic notch
  • ischial spine
  • greater sciatic notch
  • posterior inferior iliac spine

Question 33

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Answer
  • iliac crest
  • posterior superior iliac spine
  • posterior inferior iliac spine
  • sacro-iliac joint
  • pubic symphysis
  • greater sciatic notch
  • ischial spine
  • ischial tuberosity

Question 34

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Label the picture
Answer
  • head
  • neck
  • neck
  • greater trochanter
  • greater trochanter
  • lesser trochanter
  • gluteal tuberosity
  • linea aspera
  • patellar surface
  • lateral epicondyle
  • lateral condyle
  • medial epicondyle
  • medial condyle
  • intercondylar fossa
  • lateral epicondyle
  • lateral condyle

Question 35

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  • medial tibial condyle
  • lateral tibial condyle
  • tibial tuberosity
  • tibia
  • fibula
  • tibia
  • fibula
  • lateral malleolus
  • medial malleolus
  • intercondylar eminence
  • lateral tibial condyle

Question 36

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[blank_start]Fibrous joints[blank_end] consists of two bones joined by short collagen fibers. Most [blank_start]fibrous joints[blank_end] allow no motion. [blank_start]Cartilaginous joints[blank_end] consist of bones united by cartilage rather than fibrous connective tissue. Most [blank_start]cartilagenous joints[blank_end] allow some motion. [blank_start]Synovial joints[blank_end] are freely movable joints.
Answer
  • Fibrous joints
  • Cartilaginous joints
  • Synovial joints
  • fibrous joints
  • cartilaginous joints
  • synovial joints
  • Cartilaginous joints
  • Fibrous joints
  • Synovial joints
  • cartilagenous joints
  • fibrous joints
  • synovial joints
  • Synovial joints
  • Cartilaginous joints
  • Fibrous joints

Question 37

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Fibrous joints include
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  • suture
  • synchondrosis
  • syndesmosis
  • pivot
  • gomphosis

Question 38

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Cartilaginous joints include
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  • Suture
  • Synchondrosis
  • Syndesmosis
  • Symphysis

Question 39

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Synovial joints include
Answer
  • plane
  • suture
  • hinge
  • symphysis
  • pivot
  • synchondrosis
  • ellipsoid
  • syndesmosis
  • saddle
  • ball and socket

Question 40

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The cartilagenous connection between the ends of ribs 1 and 2 to the manubrium and sternum is an example of syndesmosis.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 41

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Gomphosis is a type of joint that binds what to what?
Answer
  • teeth to bony sockets
  • ribs to sternum
  • skull bones to each other
  • long bones to each oher

Question 42

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Bones connected by a ligament, such as the distal joint between the tibia and fibula is an example of syndesmosis.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 43

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Drag and Drop the joint into the correct category
Answer
  • intercarpal joints
  • vertebrocostal joints
  • sacroiliac joint
  • acromioclavicular joint
  • claviculosternal joint
  • elbow joint
  • knee joint
  • ankle joint
  • interpharangeal joint
  • atlanto-axial joint
  • proximal radio-ulnar joint
  • radiocarpal joint
  • metacarpophalangeal joint
  • metatarsophalangeal joint
  • first carpometacarpal joint
  • shoulder joint
  • hip joint

Question 44

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Label the picture
Answer
  • quadriceps tendon
  • patellar ligament
  • posterior cruciate ligament
  • anterior cruciate ligament
  • tibial collateral ligament
  • fibular collateral ligament
  • medial meniscus
  • lateral meniscus
  • lateral meniscus
  • medial meniscus
  • anterior cruciate ligament
  • posterior cruciate ligament
  • tibial collateral ligament
  • fibular collateral ligament

Question 45

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Answer
  • ligamentum flavum
  • posterior longitudinal ligament
  • interspinous ligaments
  • supraspinous ligament
  • anterior longitudinal ligament

Question 46

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Answer
  • ligamentum teres
  • transverse acetabular ligament
  • pubofemoral ligament
  • iliofemoral ligament
  • ischiofemoral ligament

Question 47

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Answer
  • acromioclavicular ligament
  • coraco-acromial ligament
  • coracoclavicular ligaments
  • acromioclavicular ligament
  • coracoclavicular ligaments
  • coraco-acromial ligaments
  • coracohumeral ligament
  • glenohumeral ligaments

Question 48

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Label the picture
Answer
  • anular ligament
  • ulnar collateral ligament
  • radial collateral ligament
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