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Question (1): Choose the correct answer:

1) Which plane of section would divide the body into anterior and posterior portions
a. horizontal
b. coronal
c. sagittal
d. parasagittal
2) Which organ systems function to control other organ systems?
a. cardiovascular and muscular
b. nervous and endocrine
c. integumentary and skeletal
d. reproductive and urinary
3) Which of the following normal positions that describe someone posed in anatomical position?
a. sitting comfortably with the hands on the knees
b. lying on one's side.
c. standing at attention
d. standing on one leg
4) Which of these is not a normal function of the skeleton?
a. mineral storage
b. protection of underlying tissues
c. formation of hemopoietic cells
d. pumping blood
5) The wrist is the _____ part of the hand region.
a. proximal
b. superior
c. distal
d. inferior
6) The _____ section that divides the body into upper and lower portions is
a. sagittal
b. oblique
c. coronal
d. transverse
7) Anatomy is a term which means the study of _____.
a. homeostasis
b. morphology
c. cell Function
d. human function
8) Which of the following is the most complex level of organization?
a. system
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b. organ
c. cell
d. macromolecule
9) Central nervous system include all the following except one
a. spinal cord
b. spinal nerves
c. cerebellum
d. cerebrum
10) The Axial skeleton include all the following except
a. skull& Mandible
b. vertebral column
c. upper limb bones
d. sternum& ribs
11) Regarding the long bone all are correct except one
a. has a marrow cavity
b. covered by periosteum
c. has no nerve supply
d. has various sources of arterial supply
12) The following statements about vertebral column are true except one
a. The vertebra is formed of body, lamina& spines
b. it is divided into cervical, thoracic, lumber, sacral& coccygeal vertebrae
c. the spinal cord & spinal nerves are located in the neural arch
d. It has no role in the formation of blood cells
13) Regarding the long bone
a. Has compact outer layer
b. Has inner cancellous layer
c. It forms blood
d. It has epiphyseal cartilage in the adult
14) Regarding cartilage the following statements are true except one:
a. It is tough & resilient connective tissue
b. It is devoid of nerves, blood vessels & lymphatics
c. It has a high capacity of growth& regeneration
d. It does not resist compressive forces
15) Regarding the cartilage types the following statements are true except one:
a. The ear pinna is yellow elastic fibrocartilage
b. The hyaline cartilage is translucent& glossy
c. The articular cartilage is yellow elastic fibrocartilage
d. The intervertebral disc is white fibrocartilage
16) The skin is formed of the following except one
a. Inner dermal layer
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b. outer epidermal layer


c. the skin appendages include hairs& nails
d. The epidermis is rich in blood vessels
17) Regarding the fascia one is wrong
a. formed of sheets of fibroareolar tissue
b. it lines the body cavities from inside
c. the superficial fascia lies superficial to the skin
d. the deep fascia envelops the muscles
18) Regarding the shapes of bones all are true except one:
a. The vertebra is irregular in shape
b. example of short bone is the carpal bones
c. the patella is a sesamoid bone
d. example of flat bone is the base of the skull
19) Regarding the long bone all are true except one:
a. It consists of diaphysis, epiphysis& metaphysis
b. It is supplied by articular, nutrient, epiphyseal& metaphyseal arteries
c. It has a medullary cavity that contains osteoblasts
d. The metaphysis is the area that is responsible for bone growth in length

Question (2): Give a short answer:


1) Enumerate types of joints giving an example for each type
a. ...............................................................................................................
b. ...................................................................................................................
c. .............................................................................................................................
2) Enumerate types of cartilages giving example for each type
a. ..................................................................................................................................
b. ..............................................................................................................................................
c. ................................................................................................................................................

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