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1.>� The inner most layer of the eye is called the
RETINA
2.>� The anatomical structure that creates cerebrospinal fluid is the
CHOROID PLEXUS
3.>� The anatomical location of the spleen
UPPER LEFT ABDOMINAL QUADERANT
4.>� The eighth cranial nerve is called the
ACOUSTIC NERVE
5.>� The _______ is a salivery gland
PAROTID
6.>� The thorax is formed posteriorly by the
TWELVE THORACIC VERTERBREA
7.>  The cerebellum is located in the ____ fossa
POSTERIOR
8.>  The Thyroid gland consist of the Right and Left lobes joined by the
ISTHMUS
9.>  The kneecap is also known as the
PATELLA
10.>  The inner lining of the heart, composed of smooth, delicate membrane, is called the
ENDOCARDIUM
11.>  The second cervical vertebra is commonly referred to as the
AXIS
12.>  The first cervical vertebra is called the
ATLAS
13.>  Which anatomical structure must be approximated / closed after a colectomy to prevent herniation of abdominal contents
OEMNTUM
14.>  In which quadrant is the appendix located
RIGHt LOWER QUADRANT
15.>  Ther are ________ pairs of cranial nerves
12
16.>  The large intestine begins at the
CECUM
17.>  Ribs are attached to _______ vertebra
THORACIC
18.>  Type and cross-match for blood is done
ON ALL SURGICAL PATIENTS
29.>  What joint is formed by the articulation of the madible with the glenoid fossa f the temporal bone
TEMPORALMANDIBULAR JOINT
30.>  A muscle commonly used for flap reconstruction in reconstruction mammoplasty is the
TRANSVERSE RECTUS
31.>  Cranial Nerve II is the
OPTIC
32.>  The small instesine begins at the
PYLORUS
33.>  The artery that supplies blood to the thyroid gland is the
EXTERNAL CROTID
34.>  The artery that supplies blood to the breast is the
INTERNAL MAMMARY
35.>  The middle tunic of the eye includes the
CHOROID
36.>  The only bone of the body that that does not articulate with another bone is the
HYOID
37.>  The heel bone of the foot is called the
CALCANEUS
38.>  True ribs articulate anteriorly with the
STERNUM
39.>  Thich type of joint permits movement in only one plane
HINGE
40.>  Which of the following body structures is involved when applying cricoid pressure
TRACHEA
41.>  Which structure of the brain signals th body to increase heat production
HYPOTHALMOS
42.>  The colon is responsible for the absorption of water and
ELECTROLYTES
43.>  Which of the following organs has the single largest mass of lymphatic tissue
SPLEEN
44.>  Which muscle rotates the eye upward and away from the midline
INFERIOR OBLIQUE
45.>  What three bones fuse together to create the pelvis
ILIUM, ISCHIUM, PUBIS
46.>  The upper chambers of the heart is called the
ATRIA
47.>  The Inner lining of the heart is called the
ENDOCARDIUM
48.>  Whcih brain structure is located between the midbrain and the cerebrum
DIENCEPHALON
49.>  The adult vetebral column is composed of how many bones
33
50.>  All of the following structures are part of the Uterus except
FIMBRIAE
19.>  Bone grafts are usually taken from the
ILIAC CREST
20.>  The brain contains how many ventricles
4
21.>  The bone that articulates with the distal tibia and fibula is the
TALUS
22.>  The number of extrinsic ocular muscles that control eye movement is
6
23.>  In the given blood prussure 126/74, 126 refers to
SYSTOLE
24.>  The anatomical structure that creates cerebrospinal fluid is the
CHOROID PLEXUS
25.>  The distal and proximal ends of long bones are called
EPIPHYSES
26.>  The gland located on the front and sides of the trachea below the larynx is the
THYROID
27.>  The beats per munute for the resting heart rate of an adult is
60-80
28.>  Granft material used to cover the stapes during a radical mastoidectomy is the
TEMPORALIS FACIA
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