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NOUN E-Exam Past Questions: PHS201 - Anatomy

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NOUN E-Exam Past Questions: PHS201 - Anatomy


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The ulna is on the
side of the body when
viewed from the
anatomical position.
medial eExam
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The humerus is the long
bone found between the
shoulder joint and the
__.
elbow eExam
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The ulna and
are two bones found in the
forearm.
radius eExam
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The
is the triangular bone below
the lumbar vertebrae.
sacrum eExam
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The
forms part of the nasal
septum.
vomer eExam
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The lower jawbones are
also known as the
_.
mandibles eExam
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The
bones form part of the
cranial cavity as well as the
forehead.
frontal eExam
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The skull provides
protective covering for the
_.
brain eExam
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The stratum
is the layer that consists of
rows of flat, dead cells that
are completely filled with
keratin.
corneum eExam

The stratum
is the layer of the epidermis
that contains sheets of
polyhedral cells that fit
closely together.
spinosum eExam
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The
cells are located in the
deepest layer of the
epidermis.
Merkel eExam
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The
regulates blood glucose
levels.
Pancreas eExam
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The
gland may control the
timing of reproduction and
set day - night rhythms
pineal eExam
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The
glands secret lipids that
help to lubricate the hair
shaft and the epidermis.
sebaceous eExam
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The
are the muscular walls or
tubes that propel
spermatozoa to the urethra.
vas deferens eExam
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The kidney is composed of
two major types of
nephrones; the
nephrones and the
juxtamedullary nephrones.
cortical eExam
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In the kidney structure, the
forms the entrance into the
renal sinus.
hilum eExam
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The
sphincter regulates the
passage food from the
stomack into the duodenum
pyloric eExam
FBQ
The pons varolii can be
found in the
brain.
hind eExam
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The hypothalamus is
located in the
brain
fore eExam

FBQ
The medulla oblongata is
located in the
brain.
hind eExam
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The bone located between
the hip joint and the knee
joint is called
.
femur thighbone eExam
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The
is the longest and largest
bone in the body
femur thighbone eExam
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Another name for the
kneecap is the patella eExam
FBQ
The
bone forms the medial
portions of the orbits and
the roof of the nasal cavity.
ethmoid eExam
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The
bone forms the posterior
and inferior parts of the
cranium
occipital eExam
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The
bone forms part of the eye
orbit and helps form the
floor of the cranium.
sphenoid eExam
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The left and right
bones form much of the
superior and lateral
portions of the cranium.
parietal eExam
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A
is where two or more bones
meet one another.
joint eExam
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The
control the maturation of
lymphocytes.
parathyroid eExam
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The organ that is
responsible for regulating
blood glucose is called Pancreas eExam
FBQ is the existence of a stable
environment within the
body.
homeostasis eExam

FBQ
An
is any molecule that is
capable of eliciting a
specific immune response.
antigen eExam
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The
ventricle pumps
deoxygenated blood from
the pulmonary arteries into
the lungs.
right eExam
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During systole the
ventricle pumps
oxygenated blood from the
heart to the capillaries
left eExam
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The Central Nervous
System consists of the
and spinal cord.
brain eExam
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The
is the basic functional unit
of the nervous system.
neurone eExam
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The
is the slender s-shaped
bone that connects the
upper arm to the trunk of
the body.
clavicle collarbone eExam
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The first seven vertebrae of
the body is called the
vertebrae.
cervical eExam
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The flat dagger-shaped
bone located in the middle
of the chest is called
.
sternum eExam
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The upper jawbone is also
known as the
.
maxilla eExam
FBQ
Another name for the lower
jawbone is
_.
mandible eExam
FBQ
The
bones make up the upper
and lower jaws and other
facial structures.
facial eExam

FBQ
The
bones make up the
protective framework of
bones surrounding the
brain.
cranial eExam
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The
skeleton contains bones
that form the axis of the
body which provides
support and protection to
the organs of the head,
neck, and trunk regions.
axial eExam
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The dermis is composed of
connective tissues
containing
and elastic fibres.
collagen eExam
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The melanocytes produce
the pigment called
_.
melanin eExam
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The
produce keratin which
provides waterproof and
helps to protect the skin
and underlying tissues.
keratinocytes eExam
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The epidermis is composed
of stratified, squamous
_.
Epithelium eExam
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The outer portion of the
skin is called the
_.
Epidermis eExam
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The
return blood from the
circulation to the heart.
Veins eExam
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The
are responsible for
distributing blood from the
heart to the rest of the body.
Arteries eExam
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The organ in the body that
is responsible for
propelling blood and
maintaining blood pressure
is the
.
Heart eExam

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anatomy is the study of
general form and
superficial markings on the
body.
Surface eExam
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The study of early
developmental processes in
the body is called Embryology eExam
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With an
microscope you can see
individual molecules that
are only a few nanometres
across.
electron eExam
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With a light
you can see basic details of
a cell structure.
microscope eExam
FBQ anatomy deals with
structures that cannot be
seen without magnification.
MIcroscopic eExam
FBQ
On the basis of structural
detail, anatomy can be
divided into macroscopic
and
anatomy.
microscopic eExam
FBQ
Anatomy is the study of the
and external structures of
the body



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Re: NOUN E-Exam Past Questions: PHS201 - Anatomy

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Q61 Which of the following is not an example of an autoimmune disease?

Myesthenia gravis
Systemic Lupus Er ythematosus
Graves disease
***None of the abo ve

Q62 Serum sickness is a type of reaction seen in ___ hypersensitivity reactions.

Type II I

Q63 A positive tuberculin skin test elicits _____ hypersensitive reactions.

Type IV

Q64 The type of reaction elicited when there has been an ABO blood transfusion mismatch is ___ reaction.

Cytotoxic

Q65 A bee sting allergic response is seen in _____ reactions.

Anaphylactic

Q66 Type III hypersensitivity reaction is used to describe ___reaction.

Immune comp lex

Q67 Cell-mediated reaction is also known as ___reaction.

Type IV

Q68 Another name for Type II hypersensitivity reaction is ___ reaction.

Cytotoxic

Q69 Anaphylactic hypersensitivity reactions are also known as ___reactions.

Type I

Q70 The following are specific types of immune response, except

Cellular
Humora l
A and B
***None of the above

Q71 Digestion of food starts in the ___

Mouth

Q72 Which of the following parts of the brain is the seat of intelligence located?

Frontal lobe

Q73 The medulla oblongata is found in the ___

Hindbrain

Q74 Which of the following is found in the forebrain?

Cerebrum

Q75 The cerebellum is found in the ____

Hindbrain

Q76 Which of the following is not a division of the human brain?

The forebrain
The midbrain
The hindbrain
***None of the ab ove

Q77 The peripheral nervous system consists of the following except

Brain

Q78 Which of the following does not fall under a category of bones found in the body?
Long
Short
Irregu lar
***None of the above

Q79 The shallow depression on the scapula which the head of the humerus fits into is called the ….

Glenoid cavity

Q80 The ___ is the large, triangular, flat bone on the back side of the rib cage.

Scapula

Q81 Which of the following is the longest bone in the upper limb?

Humeru s

Q82 The bone that connects the shoulder joint to the elbow is called…

Humeru s

Q83 The region between the elbow and the wrist is called….

Fore arm

Q84 The sacrum is composed of how many bones after the age of 26 years?

One

Q85 The lumber vertebra are ___ in number.

Five

Q86 The largest vertebrae in the spinal column are the _____ vertebrae

Lumbar

Q87 The second cervical certebra is called ___.

Axis

Q88 The first cervical vertebra is called the ___.

Atlas

Q89 The first seven vertebrae are called the ____ vertebrae.

Cervical

Q90 The vertebra column consists of ___ irregularly -shaped bones called vertebrae.

33



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Re: NOUN E-Exam Past Questions: PHS201 - Anatomy

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Q91 The last two sets of ribs in the body are called ___ ribs.

floating

Q92 The first seven ribs of the body are called ___ ribs.

TRUE

Q93 The ribs found in the human body are ___ in number arranged in pairs.

24

Q94 The part of the sternum also described as the tip is the ___

Xyphoid pr ocess

Q95 The part of the sternum that is also called the "handle" is the

Manubrium

Q96 The sternum is composed of how many parts?

Thre e

Q97 The ___ bones form the posterior part of the cranium.

Occipita l

Q98 How many facial bones are found in the skull?

Fourteen

Q99 The skull contains ___ cranial bones.

Eig ht

Q100 Which of the following is not a layer found in the epidermis?

Stratum basal
Straum spinos um
Stratum granulosu m
***None of the above

Q101 The cells that are found in the epidermis which take part in immune response and are damaged by ultraviolet radiation are called…..


Langarhans ce lls

Q102 Which of the following is not pricipal type of cell found in the epidermis?

Melanocytes
Keratinocyte s
Langarhans ce lls
***None of the abov e

Q103 Which of the following vitamins is synthesised by the skin?

Vitamin D

Q104 Which of the following is not a function of the skin?

Non - stor age of nutrients

Q105 Which of the following is not a function of the skin?

Protection
Sensation
Regulation of body temperature
***None of the above

Q106 The ____ adjusts water balance, tissue metabolism, cardiovascular and metabolic activities.

Thymus

Q107 The ____ controls the production of red blood cells and elevates blood pressure.

Adrenal gland

Q108 The ____ controls the endocrine functions of other glands and regulates growth and fluid balance

Pituitary gland

Q109 The organ that control timing of reproduction and set day - night rhythm is called

Pineal gland

Q110 The ___ provides perspiration for evaporation for cooling

Sweat glands

Q111 The ______ is the part of the skin that secretes lipid coating that lubricates hair shaft and epidermis

Sebaceous gla nds

Q112 Which of the following part of the skin covers the surface and protects deeper structures?

Epidermis

Q113 Which of the following contains glands and nourishes the epidermis?

Dermis

Q114 Which of the following produce hair and provides sensation?

Hair fol licles

Q115 The following are ways to approach gross anatomy, except

Surface anatomy
Regional anatom y
Systemic anatomy
***None of the above

Q116 _____ is the examination of groups of specialized cells that work together to perform specific functions.

Histolo gy

Q117 ____ is the examination of relatively large structures of the body with the unaided eyes.

Gross ana tomy

Q118 ____ is the analysis of the structure of the individual cells, the simplest units of life.

Cytology

Q119 The following are categories of microscopic anatomy, except

Cytology
Histology
A and B
***None of the above

Q120 Anatomy can be divided into different specialties based on the following, except

Specific processes
Medical applicatio n
Degree of structural detail under consideration
***None of the above




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