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Human Anatomy & Physiology: Help and Review Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Intramembranous ossification is primarily responsible for forming which bones?

Question 2 2. A cataract is an eye condition that causes blurry vision. Which of these structures is most likely affected?

Question 3 3. When does a callus require treatment?

Question 4 4. Another term for angina is ___.

Question 5 5. Which of the following best defines fermentation, the process during which ethanol is produced?

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Question 6 6. What is the most common legal BAC limit in the United States, after which it is illegal to drive?

Question 7 7. Which form of diabetes requires insulin injections?

Question 8 8. Encoding memory is:

Question 9 9. The chorion is a _____.

Question 10 10. What is morning sickness?

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Question 11 11. Consider a person who has lost the ability to wrinkle his forehead. Which of the following muscles may be the cause of the problem?

Question 12 12. Vascularization of the functional zone includes. . .?

Question 13 13. People with conductive hearing loss tend to lose which types of sound first?

Question 14 14. Physical and ___ activity should both be avoided after receiving a concussion .

Question 15 15. The following structures (in the correct order) are collectively known as the renal tubule:

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Question 16 16. What layer (s) of tissue is shed during menses?

Question 17 17. A specialized exam focused to check for any abnormalities is called a (an) ________.

Question 18 18. When and how does the blastocyst use proteases?

Question 19 19. Which type of pneumonia is especially dangerous if not caught early?

Question 20 20. Which of the following helps blood to be a good buffer?

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Question 21 21. The action of assigning a task and responsibility to another person is called?

Question 22 22. Treatment for a UTI usually includes:

Question 23 23. Which of the following substances will stimulate the liver to produce bile and the pancreas to release bicarbonate?

Question 24 24. What is the inflammation of swelling of bronchi in the lungs called?

Question 25 25. Thiamine is a water-soluble vitamin. This means the body:

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Question 26 26. The right hypochondriac region is what region of the abdomen?

Question 27 27. If your body cells are resistant to insulin, even if there is sufficient insulin produced by your pancreas, which condition will develop?

Question 28 28. When administering first aid to a person having a seizure, it is recommended to:

Question 29 29. What defect CANNOT be fixed with an arthorscopy?

Question 30 30. An example of an obstruction that can block the normal flow of urine is:

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Question 31 31. Which type of bone makes up approximately 80% of the human skeleton?

Question 32 32. Which of the following terms is used to describe any movement at a joint?

Question 33 33. Omeprazole does not treat which of the following conditions?

Question 34 34. Which of the following occurs first in the lungs?

Question 35 35. Frequent awakening to urinate in the middle of the night is called ___.

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Question 36 36. What is the approximate inward movement amount for normal pronation?

Question 37 37. Which of the following species are required during the hydrogenation process?

Question 38 38. Which of the following is a progressive condition that causes contracture in the fingers?

Question 39 39. The pH scale is a way of measuring _______.

Question 40 40. How should cerumen be removed?

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Question 41 41. What is the procedure called in which a tube with a camera is fed through the mouth into the airway?

Question 42 42. What could lead to the condition erythroblastosis fetalis?

Question 43 43. The central sulcus separates the ______.

Question 44 44.

Which of the following statements are true?

I. Noble gases complete their valence level by sharing electrons.

II. Covalent bonds are weak and easily broken.

III. Covalent bonds allow us to make predictions on how the molecule will look.

Question 45 45. What is the cause of dry AMD?

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Question 46 46. The nephron's two main parts are known as the:

Question 47 47. Warfarin could reduce an individual's risk of

Question 48 48. How long do ATP and creatine phosphate last during exercise?

Question 49 49. A Babinksi reflex is normally found in what age population?

Question 50 50. Cardiac muscle has which special characteristic?

Human Anatomy & Physiology: Help and Review Final Exam Instructions

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