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Human Anatomy & Physiology: Help and Review Final Exam

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Question 1 1. What assists with the mechanical digestion of food inside the stomach?

Question 2 2. Astigmatism is an eye condition where the cornea is not perfectly round. What is a solution and why?

Question 3 3. Which set of functional groups is always found in sugars?

Question 4 4. Which hormone is most responsible for the rebuilding of the functional zone of the uterus?

Question 5 5. A cell that hasn't differentiated (designated what kind of cell it is) is known as a(n) _____.

Question 6 6. Which of the following is a reason that a classic c-section might be used?

Question 7 7. Which chamber of the heart receives blood from the lungs?

Question 8 8. What term is used to refer to the area encompassing the female external genitalia?

Question 9 9. At which point are the superficial erector spinae muscles together?

Question 10 10. The following structures (in the correct order) are collectively known as the renal tubule:

Question 11 11. Which gonadotropin indirectly stimulates the production of estrogen in the ovary?

Question 12 12. What is the name of the circuit that travels from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart?

Question 13 13. What condition could result if the blood supply to the heart is stopped?

Question 14 14. Which of the following occurs during the 3rd trimester?

Question 15 15. Chronic kidney disease:

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