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Chapter
 
1 An
 
Introduction
 
to
 
Anatomy
 
and
 
Physiology
Multiple
 
Choice
 
Questions
1) The
 
analysis
 
of
 
the
 
internal
 
structure
 
of
 
individual
 
cells
 
is
 
calledA) cytology.B) histology.C) embryology.D) physiology.E) anatomy.Answer: A
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
2) The
 
study
 
of
 
the
 
general
 
form
 
and
 
superficial
 
markings
 
of
 
an
 
organism
 
is
 
called
 
________
 
anatomy.A) grossB) surfaceC) systemicD) regionalE) surgicalAnswer: B
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
3) The
 
study
 
of
 
the
 
superficial
 
and
 
internal
 
features
 
in
 
a
 
specific
 
area
 
of
 
the
 
 body
 
is
 
called
 
________
 
anatomy.A) surfaceB) regionalC) surgicalD) pathologicalE) radiographicAnswer: B
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
4) Anatomical
 
features
 
that
 
change
 
during
 
illness
 
are
 
studied
 
in
 
________
 
anatomy.A) grossB) surfaceC) microscopicD) pathologicalE) regionalAnswer: D
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
5) The
 
study
 
of
 
the
 
liver
 
is
 
to
 
gross
 
anatomy
 
as
 
the
 
study
 
of
 
the
 
liver
 
cell
 
is
 
toA) physiology.B) regional
 
anatomy.C) cytology.D) systemic
 
anatomy.E) radiographic
 
anatomy.Answer: C
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
Page
 
1Fundamentals
 
of
 
Anatomy
 
&
 
Physiology,
 
8e
 
(Martini)
 
6) The
 
study
 
of
 
the
 
first
 
two
 
months
 
of
 
development
 
is
 
termedA) histology.B) embryology.C) cytology.D) pathology.E) organology.Answer: B
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
7) The
 
study
 
of
 
the
 
function
 
of
 
specific
 
organ
 
systems
 
is
 
calledA) systemic
 
physiology.B) organ
 
physiology.C) cell
 
physiology.D) pathological
 
physiology.E) histology.Answer: A
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
8) Cardiovascular
 
physiology
 
is
 
an
 
example
 
ofA) histophysiology.B) organ
 
physiology.C) systemic
 
physiology.D) pathological
 
physiology.E) physiological
 
chemistry.Answer: C
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
9) Which
 
of
 
the
 
following
 
is
 
arranged
 
in
 
correct
 
order
 
from
 
the
 
most
 
COMPLEX
 
to
 
the
 
SIMPLEST?A) cellular,
 
tissue,
 
molecular,
 
system,
 
organ,
 
organismB) molecular,
 
cellular,
 
tissue,
 
organ,
 
system,
 
organismC) tissue,
 
cellular,
 
molecular,
 
organ,
 
system,
 
organismD) organ,
 
organism,
 
molecular,
 
cellular,
 
tissue,
 
systemE) organism,
 
system,
 
organ,
 
tissue,
 
cellular,
 
molecularAnswer: E
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
10) Which
 
organ
 
system
 
provides
 
support,
 
protection
 
of
 
soft
 
tissue,
 
mineral
 
storage,
 
and
 
 blood
 
formation?A) integumentaryB) muscularC) skeletalD) nervousE) endocrineAnswer: C
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
Page
 
2Fundamentals
 
of
 
Anatomy
 
&
 
Physiology,
 
8e
 
(Martini)
 
11) Which
 
organ
 
system
 
transports
 
nutrients,
 
metabolic
 
wastes,
 
gases,
 
and
 
defense
 
cells?A) cardiovascularB) digestiveC) muscularD) respiratoryE) urinaryAnswer: A
Diff:
 
2Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
12) Which
 
organ
 
system
 
includes
 
the
 
spleen
 
and
 
the
 
tonsils?A) digestiveB) endocrineC) nervousD) cardiovascularE) lymphaticAnswer: E
Diff:
 
2Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
13) The
 
kidneys
 
and
 
ureters
 
are
 
organs
 
of
 
the
 
________
 
system.A) endocrineB) digestiveC) respiratoryD) urinaryE) lymphaticAnswer: D
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
14) The
 
pituitary
 
gland
 
and
 
thyroid
 
gland
 
are
 
organs
 
of
 
the
 
________
 
system.A) endocrineB) cardiovascularC) respiratoryD) lymphaticE) digestiveAnswer: A
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
15) Which
 
organ
 
system
 
removes
 
carbon
 
dioxide
 
from
 
the
 
 bloodstream?A) cardiovascularB) lymphaticC) respiratoryD) digestiveE) endocrineAnswer: C
Diff:
 
1Skill: Level
 
1
 
Questions:
 
Reviewing
 
Facts
 
and
 
Terms
Page
 
3Fundamentals
 
of
 
Anatomy
 
&
 
Physiology,
 
8e
 
(Martini)

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