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Human Anatomy & Physiology: Help and Review Final Exam

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Question 1 1. What are two places in which stratified squamous epithelium can be found?

Question 2 2. How is cartilage different from bone and muscle?

Question 3 3. Which of the following proteins makes up the thin filaments and binds to the ends of the sarcomere at the Z lines?

Question 4 4. Besides medication, what is another treatment option for mild to moderate muscle pain caused by overexertion?

Question 5 5. Proteins are biological molecules made of?

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Question 6 6. All of the following statements are true about lipids, EXCEPT that _____.

Question 7 7. Energy is released from ATP when the bond is broken between

Question 8 8. Cancer is a disease that causes excess cell growth. Some doctors are concerned that people taking human growth hormone (HGH) illegally might be at risk for cancer, due to extra HGH in their system. Why do you think this is a concern?

Question 9 9. A person's blood alcohol concentration is determined by how much _____ they consume.

Question 10 10. A patient comes into the emergency room unconscious from a car crash and experienced extensive whiplash. Doctors examine the brain and find that the white matter in the brain is torn, causing problems with communication in the brain. What type of traumatic brain injury would most likely be diagnosed?

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Question 11 11. Which condition causes frequent bouts of paresthesia?

Question 12 12. Catecholamines can increase all of the following except:

Question 13 13. Systole is when the heart muscle _____ .

Question 14 14. The QRS Wave is associated with which event?

Question 15 15. Which of these cells only exists in the fallopian tube?

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Question 16 16. Which part of the female reproductive system dilates during labor and delivery?

Question 17 17. Which function of somatosensation involves knowing where your limbs are in the world around you?

Question 18 18. Why is the hypothalamus important?

Question 19 19.

Which of the following is a treatment option for a macule?

I. Cryosurgery

II. Laser surgery

III. Chemotherapy

Question 20 20. What are typical causes of erythema?

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Question 21 21. The amniotic fluid begins as mainly ______ from the mother and then turn into mainly ______ from the fetus.

Question 22 22. What does PPROM stand for?

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT commonly treated with magnesium hydroxide?

Question 24 24. What is an electron shell?

Question 25 25. Which of the following can cause olecranon bursitis?

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Question 26 26. The face contains _____ unique bones; 6 paired bones and _____ unpaired bones.

Question 27 27. What is a cephalothorax?

Question 28 28. Where is prealbumin made in the body?

Question 29 29. Which of the following best describe why diuretics are used to treat pulmonary edema?

Question 30 30. Tachypnea in newborns is called what?

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Question 31 31. Which of the following medications may be used to manage mitral regurgitation?

Question 32 32. Which structure controls the passage of food out of the stomach?

Question 33 33. What would happen if a person's baroreceptors stopped working?

Question 34 34. When applying cold therapy, which type of cold therapy is suggested?

Question 35 35. Which of the following muscles is named according to its straight muscle fibers?

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Question 36 36. What is the most common origin for muscles that move the thigh?

Question 37 37. The section of the brain called the primary visual cortex is also referred to as what?

Question 38 38. Which of the following is a risk factor of developing hyperopia?

Question 39 39. One possible cause of hematuria is pyelonephritis. This is a bacterial infection of what body part?

Question 40 40. The following is the most important organ involved in the detoxification of your body:

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Question 41 41. Which of the following is the acronym to help you remember treatment steps for minor sprains?

Question 42 42. What is the structure of ADP?

Question 43 43. All the following formulas for ethanol are correct EXCEPT:

Question 44 44. Which of the following is a possible withdrawal symptom of codeine?

Question 45 45. Which part of the brain is responsible for memory?

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Question 46 46. What is the primary job of the synaptic cleft?

Question 47 47. What type of classified medicine is digoxin?

Question 48 48. Are girls and women's reproductive organs more susceptible to poisons and toxins? Why or why not?

Question 49 49. The receptors most involved in the sensation of a transient pressure are _____.

Question 50 50. Which of the following statements best describes the placenta?

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