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A&P Test

Bronson Vitamins
tissue1

Tissue1

The study of the names of parts of the body is called________.

a. Cryptology
b. Physiology
c. Histology
d. Anatomy

Atoms→molecules→______→tissue→______→organ system→organism
a. Organs, cells
b. Cells, tissue systems
c. Organs, cell systems
d. Cells, organs

When the internal environment of the body is functioning correctly, it is in a state of_______.
a. Euporia
b. Hemorrhage
c. Homeostasis
d. Dysfunction

tissue2

Tissue2

The nose is superior to the ________.
a. Eyes
b. Ears
c. lips
d. Forehead

All of the following are organelles EXCEPT ________.
a. Mitochondria
b. Amino acids
c. Endoplasmic reticulum
d. Ribosomes

Stratified columnar epithelium has ________ layer(s) and looks like (a) ________.
a. More than 1, flat cell
b. More than 1, columns
c. 1, columns
d. More than 1, cubes

tissue3

Tissue3

What type of tissue is #4?
a. Ephithelial
b. Nervous
c. Connective
d. Muscle

What type of tissue is #1?
a. Connective
b. Muscle
c. Ephithelial
d. Nervous

Which of the following is NOT a function of body membranes?
a. Protect organs
b. Line body cavities
c. Cover body surfaces
d. Produce skin

tissue4

Tissue4

Skin protects deeper tissue from all of the following EXCEPT…
a. Ultraviolet radiation
b. Chemical damage
c. Bacteria
d. Gamma radiation

The study of bones is called ________.
a. Geology
b. Osteology
c. Neurology
d. Morphology

The humerus is found in the ________.
a. Arm
b. Back
c. Leg
d. Neck

musclea

Muscle A

The patella is the ________.
a. Elbow
b. Head
c. Knee
d. Neck

The ulna is found in the ________.
a. Foot
b. Leg
c. Forearm
d. Back

The metacarpals are found in the ________.
a. Chest
b. Foot
c. Leg
d. Hand

muscleb

Muscle B

Which is NOT a basic type of muscle tissue?
a. Skeletal
b. Gastric
c. Cardiac
d. Smooth

The action of your calf muscle when you jump is most similar to ________.
a. Plantar flexion
b. Circumduction
c. Hyperextension
d. Dorsi flexion

What kind of muscle are you likely to find in your stomach lining?
a. Skeletal
b. Cardiac
c. Smooth
d. Striated

 

musclec

Muscle C

What kind of muscle is figure A?
a. Smooth
b. Tendonous
c. Skeletal
d. Cardiac

What kind of muscle is figure B?
a. Skeletal
b. Tendonous
c. Cardiac
d. Smooth

The CNS includes the…
a. Brain and spine
b. Somatic and autonomic nervous systems
c. Nerves and PNS
d. Brain and spinal cord

All of the support cells in the CNS are called…
a. Astrocytes
b. Olidgodendrocytes
c. Neuroglia
d. Shwann cells

Neurons receive messages via ________.
a. Axons
b. The cell body
c. Dendrites
d. Neuroglia

The brachial plexus are the nerves that serve the ________.
a. Arm
b. Leg
c. Head
d. Feet

The ear houses the sense of ________ and ________.
a. Hearing/movement
b. Hearing/equillibrium
c. Hearing/respiratory changes
d. Hearing/respiratory movement

What does the endocrine system use to communicate with cells
a. Nerve impulses
b. Gap junctions
c. Calcium ion concentrations
d. hormones

Hormone levels in the blood are maintained by____.
a. Mostly positive feedback
b. Negative and positive feedback
c. Mostly negative feedback
d. Depends on the situation

If you HYPOsecrete Growth Hormone during childhood, you will be very____.
a. Tall
b. Fat
c. Short
d. Skinny

If you just drank a glass of milk, which hormone will be released by the thyroid?
a. Calcitonin
b. GH
c. ACTH
d. Parathyroid

Which of the following is NOT generally true of hormones?
a. They are composed of amino acids, cholesterol, or lipids
b. They function better as you age
c. They affect only certain “target” cells
d. They control many aspects of our body’s function

In the heart, branches of the bundle branches are called
a. Purkinje fibers
b. Left bundle branches
c. Right bundle branches
d. Bundle of HIS

Deoxygenated blood enters the ________ of the heart.
a. SA node
b. Right atrium
c. Left atrium
d. Aorta

The right ventricle pumps the used blood to the lungs by way of the ________ artery.
a. Superior
b. Vena cava
c. Pulmonary
d. Atria

The major vein that drains the pelvis is the ________.
a. Hepatic
b. Renal
c. Ulnar
d. Common iliac

The major vein that drains the kidneys is called the ________ vein.
a. Femoral
b. Hepatic
c. Cephalic
d. Renal

The divisions of the trachea which enter the lungs are called the ________.
a. Bronchi
b. Trachea
c. Pharynx
d. Larynx

The medical term for a nose bleed is ________.
a. Sinusitus
b. Epistaxis
c. Pleurisy
d. Coryza

Inflammation of the pleura is called ________.
a. Atelectasis
b. Pnemonia
c. Pleurisy
d. Pleural effusion

All are part of the respiratory system EXCEPT ________.
a. Trachea
b. Nose
c. Lungs
d. Chest

Smoking is ________.
a. Super Cool like this class
b. Super Duper Cool like your teacher
c. Way awesome like taking the NCCT
d. Deadly

The sebaceous glands, skin, hair, and nails make up the _________ system?
a. Nervous
b. Cardiovascular
c. Sensory
d. Integumentary

Joints, tendons, and ligaments are part of the ________ system?
a. Reproductive
b. Sensory
c. Digestive
d. Muscular

In the human body, the senses include all of the following except?
a. Ears
b. Eyes
c. Teeth
d. Nose

The brain, nerves, and spinal cord are in the __________ system?
a. Skeletal
b. Nervous
c. Sensory
d. Endocrine

Tendons, joints, and cartilages are in the __________ system?
a. Skeletal
b. Integumentary
c. Muscular
d. Endocrine

The upper middle area of the abdomen is called the?
a. Hypogastric region
b. Epigastric region
c. Umbilical region
d. No correct answer

The lower middle area of the abdomen is called the?
a. Hypogastric region
b. Epigastric region
c. Umbilical region
d. No correct answer

The central middle area of the abdomen is called the?
a. Hypogastric region
b. Epigastric region
c. Umbilical region
d. No correct answer

The humerus is located in the?
a. Leg
b. Arm
c. Back
d. Neck

The femur is located in the?
a. Leg
b. Arm
c. Foot
d. Neck

The patella is located in the?
a. Knee
b. Elbow
c. Neck
d. Head

The ulna is located in the?
a. Back
b. Arm
c. Leg
d. Forearm

The tibia is located in the?
a. Foot
b. Arm
c. Back
d. Leg

The fibula is located in the?
a. Leg
b. Arm
c. Foot
d. Hand

The radius is located in the?
a. Arm
b. Forearm
c. Foot
d. Hand

The maxilla is located in the?
a. Head
b. Foot
c. Chest
d. Arm

The metatarsals are located on the?
a. Foot
b. Hand
c. Leg
d. Arm

The metacarpals are located in the?
a. Foot
b. Hand
c. Back
d. Chest

The name for the collar bone is?
a. Carpals
b. Clavicle
c. Foss
d. Femur

The smaller of the lower leg bones is called?
a. Fibula
b. Tibia
c. Patella
d. Femur

The zygomatic bone is located in the?
a. Head
b. Chest
c. Leg
d. Knee

The mandible bone is located in the?
a. Chest
b. Head
c. Foot
d. Leg

The sphenoid bone is located in the?
a. Foot
b. Chest
c. Leg
d. Head

The vertebrae are located in the?
a. Head
b. Back
c. Leg
d. Arm

Bones are?
a. Meant to be pliable & bend easily
b. Built to provide support & structure
c. Filled with carbon dioxide
d. Solid, sturdy calcium structures

The study of bones is called?
a. Osteology
b. Morphology
c. Neurology
d. No correct answer

The majority of the bones in the arms & legs are __________ bones?
a. Short
b. Long
c. Flat
d. Irregular

Bones of the wrist & ankle are called __________ bones?
a. Long
b. Short
c. Flat
d. Sesamoid

The muscle that flexes & supinates the forearm is called?
a. Deltoid
b. Biceps brachii
c. Rectus femoris
d. Vastus lateralis

One of the vital functions of long bones is the formation of?
a. White blood cells
b. Red blood cells
c. Calcium
d. Cellulite

Muscle Labeling

muscle

 

a)      Deltoid
b)      Pectoralis Major
c)      Biceps
d)     Rectus Abdominus
e)      Rectus Femorus/Quadriceps
f)       Tapezius
g)      Lattisimus Dorsi
h)      Triceps/Brachialis
i)        Gluteus Maxiumus
j)        Biceps Femorus/Hamstring/Gastrocnemious

Anatomy & Physiology Test

skeleton

1. Most bones found in the arms and legs are ________ bones.

a. short
b. long
c. flat
d. irregular

2. The patella is found in the
a. knee
b. elbow
c. neck
d. head

3. The major vein that drains the liver is called the ________ vein.
a. hepatic
b. axillary
c. ulnar
d. femoral

4. Identify #7 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. scapula
b. sternum
c. clavicle
d. maxilla

heart-final5. The humerus is found in the ________.
a. leg
b. arm
c. back
d. neck

6. The kidneys, bladder and urethra are part of the ________ system.
a. urinary
b. reproductive
c. respiratory
d. muscular

7. Inflammation of the appendix is called ________.
a. pancreatitis
b. appendicitis
c. cholecystitis
d. diverticulitis

8. The sebaceous glands, hair, skin and nails make up the ________ system.
a. nervous system
b. cardiovascular system
c. sensory
d. integumentary

9. The zygomatic bone is found in the ________.
a. head
b. chest
c. leg
d. knee

muscles10. The tiny finger-like projections found in the duodenum are called ________.
a. ulcers
b. villi
c. hemorrhoids
d. hernias

11. The metacarpals are found in the ________.
a. foot
b. hand
c. back
d. chest

12. The ulna is found in the ________.
a. back
b. foot
c. leg
d. arm

13. A major function of long bones is the formation of ________.
a. white blood cells
b. red blood cells
c. calcium
d. cellulite

14. A disorder in which “stones” are found in the gallbladder is called ________.
a. cholecystitis
b. intestinal obstruction
c. hepatitis
d. cholelithiasis

15. The brain, spinal cord and nerves make up the _______ system.
a. skeletal
b. nervous
c. sensory
d. endocrine

16. The trachea divides into ________ as it enters the lungs.
a. pharynx
b. trachea
c. bronchi
d. larynx

17. The mandible is found in the ________.
a. chest
b. head
c. foot
d. leg

18. The upper middle part of the abdomen is called the ________.
a. hypogastric region
b. epigastric region
c. umbilical region
d. none of the above

19. The sphenoid bone is found in the ________.
a. foot
b. chest
c. leg
d. head

20. Identify #10 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. talus
b. phalanges
c. patella
d. metatarsals

21. Weak muscle walls that allow tissue to push through is called ________.
a. an ulcer
b. a hernia
c. a hemorrhoid
d. diarrhea

22. An abnormal opening of the septum of the heart is called ________.
a. stenosis
b. septal defect
c. phlebitis
d. heart murmur

23. A healthy adult excretes about ________ of urine daily.
a. 1000 to 1500 milliliters
b. 5 to 100 milliliters
c. 4000 to 6000 milliliters
d. 100 to 500 milliliters

24. Identify #8 in “muscle illustration.”
a. quadriceps femoris
b. sartoris
c. tibialis anterior
d. peroneus longus

25. The wind pipe is also called the ________.
a. larynx
b. pharynx
c. trachea
d. lungs

26. Food is chewed in the mouth where it is mixed with a substance called ________.
a. amino acids
b. saliva
c. fatty acids
d. none of the above

27. Identify #1 in “muscle illustration.”
a. trapezius
b. deltoid
c. triceps brachii
d. pectoralis major

28. What is the name of the tube that is inserted into a patients’ nostril and down the throat to the stomach?
a. test tube
b. nasogastric tube
c. irrigation tube
d. none of the above

29. Which is a chronic disease of the liver?
a. hiatal hernia
b. cirrhosis
c. cholecystitis
d. pancreatitis

30. All of the following are sense organs EXCEPT ________.
a. ears
b. eyes
c. teeth
d. nose

31. The major artery that supplies the upper portion of the arm is the ________ artery.
a. brachial
b. carotid
c. ulnar
d. iliac

32. Identify #3 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. radius
b. clavicle
c. humerus
d. ulna

33. Lesions of the mucous membrane in the stomach are called ________ ulcers.
a. gastric
b. intestinal
c. duodenal
d. follicular

34. Contraction of the right atrium forces blood through the tricuspid valve into the _________ ventricle.
a. left
b. top
c. right
d. inner

35. Painful voiding is termed _________.
a. urine burn
b. dysuria
c. hydronephrosis
d. cystitis

36. The right ventricle pumps used blood to the lungs via the ________ artery.
a. superior
b. vena cava
c. pulmonary edema
d. atria

37. Identify #2 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. clavicle
b. sternum
c. scapula
d. ilium

38. Proper functioning of the internal environment of the body is called ________.
a. homeostasis
b. dysfunction
c. hemorrhage
d. euphoria

39. Nasal mucosa inflammation is called ________.
a. nasal polyps
b. sinusitis
c. rhinitis
d. pleurisy

40. The fibula is found in the ________.
a. leg
b. arm
c. foot
d. hand

41. A coronary occlusion causing chest pain that radiates through the left arm, shoulder, jaw or neck due to lack of blood supply to the heart is called ________.
a. angina pectoris
b. arteriolosclerosis
c. atherosclerosis
d. hypertension

42. Fluid escaping into the thoracic cavity is called ________.
a. pulmonary edema
b. pleural effusion
c. emphysema
d. pneumonia

43. Pressure sores on the skin that have become infected are called ________.
a. decubitus
b. carbuncles
c. furuncles
d. decubitus blisters

44. Inflammation of the gums is called ________.
a. stomatitis
b. gingivitis
c. dental inflammation
d. thrush

45. What is the central middle area of the abdomen called?
a. hypogastric region
b. epigastric region
c. umbilical region
d. none of the above

46. Retinal inflammation is called ________.
a. retinitis
b. peritonitis
c. colitis
d. hernia

47. The pubis is found in the the ________.
a. pelvis
b. chest
c. neck
d. foot

48. The study of the function of organs, tissues and cells is called ________.
a. physiology
b. anatomy
c. histology
d. gross anatomy

49. Inflammation of the mucosal lining of the vagina is called ________.
a. phlehmon
b. vaginitis
c. pyorrhea
d. thrush

50. The major artery to the abdomen is the ________ artery.
a. celiac
b. carotid
c. brachial
d. iliac

51. Identify #4 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. femur
b. sacrum
c. ilium
d. coccyx

52. The second portion of the small intestine is called the ________.
a. decalvant
b. sigmoid
c. duodenum
d. jejunum

53. The forearm is flexed and supinated by the ________ muscle.
a. deltoid
b. biceps brachii
c. rectus fermoris
d. vastus lateralis

54. An inability to control urine passage from the bladder is called ________.
a. specimen
b. urine analysis
c. urinary incontinence
d. dripping

55. The medical term for a nosebleed is ________.
a. epistaxis
b. sinusitis
c. pleurisy
d. coryza

56. The condition in which the nasal septum turns away from the midline is called ________.
a. sinusitis
b. deviated septum
c. dislocated sinus
d. nasal polyp

57. Identify #4 in “muscle illustration.”
a. semitendinosus
b. piriformis
c. adductor magnus
d. gluteus medius

58. Branches of the bundle branches in the heart that transmit impulses to the ventricle walls , causing contraction, are called ________.
a. bundle of HIS
b. purkinje fibers
c. left bundle branches
d. right bundle branches

59. A pregnancy in which the ovum develops outside of the uterus is called ________.
a. eclampsia
b. toxemia
c. ectopic
d. PID

60. The major vein coming from the head and brain is called the ________ vein.
a. jugular
b. vertebral
c. cephalic
d. ulnar

61. Inflammation of the pancreas is called ________.
a. pancreatitis
b. colitis
c. diverticulitis
d. cholecystitis

62. The major vein from the kidneys is called the ________ vein.
a. hepatic
b. renal
c. cephalic
d. femoral

63. The vertebrae are found in the ________.
a. head
b. back
c. leg
d. arm

64. The major artery going to the thorax is called the ________ artery.
a. renal
b. intercostal
c. radial
d. aorta

65. Inflammation of the pleura is called ________.
a. pneumonia
b. pleurisy
c. atelectasis
d. pleural effusion

66. Identify #1 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. nasal
b. zygomatic
c. temporal
d. radius

67. Dilated veins of the rectum are called ________.
a. hemorrhoids
b. hepatitis
c. hernias
d. none of the above

68. Chronic colon inflammation is called ________.
a. colitis
b. colonitis
c. pancreatitis
d. none of the above

69. Identify #3 in “muscle illustration.”
a. brachioradialis
b. external oblique
c. teres major
d. latissimus dorsi

70. The tibia is found in the ________.
a. foot
b. arm
c. back
d. leg

71. The major artery supplying the bladder, rectum and reproductive organs is called the ________ artery.
a. iliac
b. celiac
c. carotid
d. ulnar

72. The major artery supplying the foot is the ________ artery.
a. dorsalis pedis
b. popliteal
c. iliac
d. renal

73. Obstruction of a coronary artery, causing death of myocardium due to blockage of blood supply is called ________.
a. hypertension
b. myocardial infarction
c. arteriosclerosis
d. primary hypertension

74. The lower middle portion of the abdomen is called the ________.
a. hypogastric region
b. epigastric region
c. umbilical region
d. none of the above

75. The major artery to the kidney is the ________ artery.
a. celiac
b. renal
c. ulnar
d. brachial

76. The major artery going to the head is called the ________ artery
a. brachial
b. carotid
c. ulnar
d. renal

77. One of the arteries supplying the hand and forearm is called the ________.
a. intercostal
b. ulnar
c. brachial
d. renal

78. Mild-flavored foods that are easy to digest constitute a ________ diet.
a. clear liquid
b. low calorie
c. diabetic
d. bland

79. Identify #5 in “muscle illustration.”
a. gluteus maximus
b. gracilis
c. transversus abdominis
d. adductor magnus

80. Air enters respiratory tract at the ________.
a. larynx
b. lung
c. nasal cavity
d. bronchus

81. The metatarsals are found in the ________.
a. foot
b. hand
c. leg
d. arm

82. The smaller leg bone is called the ________.
a. fibula
b. tibia
c. patella
d. femur

83. Identify #6 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. talus
b. femur
c. tibia
d. fibula

84. Varicose veins in the anal canal or outside of the external sphincter are called ________.
a. hemorrhoids
b. villi
c. peritonitis
d. diarrhea

85. The ________ is located between the pharynx and trachea and contains the vocal cords.
a. larynx
b. pharynx
c. nasal cavity
d. trachea

86. Lateral movement of the limbs away from the body is called ________.
a. extension
b. internal rotation
c. abduction
d. supination

87. Identify #5 in the “heart illustration.”
a. apex
b. endocardium
c. aorta
d. interventricular septum

88. Bones, tendons, joints and cartilage are found in the ________ system.
a. skeletal
b. integumentary
c. muscular
d. endocrine

89. Deoxygenated blood enters the ________ via the right atrium.
a. vena cava
b. lung
c. heart
d. pharynx

90. The radius is found in the ________.
a. arm
b. leg
c. foot
d. hand

91. Identify #9 in skeletal illustration.”
a. femur
b. sacrum
c. patella
d. fibula

92. What is the medical term for the accumulation of air in the pleural cavity?
a. pneumonia
b. pneumothorax
c. asthma
d. pleural effusion

93. The major vein draining the pelvis is called the ________ vein.
a. common iliac
b. hepatic
c. renal
d. ulnar

94. An inflamed sinus cavity is called ________.
a. sinusitis
b. epistaxis
c. asthma
d. emphysema

95. Whooping cough is also called ________.
a. croup
b. pertussis
c. pleurisy
d. pneumonia

96. Identify #3 in the “heart illustration.”
a. purkinje fibers
b. interventricular septum
c. myocardium
d. apex

97. Producing a picture of the heart’s structure using ultrasound is called ________.
a. cardiac catheterization
b. a cardiac stress test
c. echocardiography
d. electrocardiography

98. Identify #2 in “muscle illustration.”
a. zygomatic
b. brachialis
c. trapezius
d. sternocleidomastoid

99. Identify #5 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. tibia
b. femur
c. fibula
d. patella

100. The study of bones is called ________.
a. osteology
b. morphology
c. neurology
d. none of the above

101. The lymphatic organs, blood vessels and heart are found in the ________ system.
a. respiratory
b. cardiovascular
c. digestive
d. urinary

102. The stomach, mouth, pancreas and liver are parts of the ________ system.
a. reproductive
b. sensory
c. digestive
d. muscular

103. Identify #6 in “muscle illustration.”
a. deltoid
b. biceps brachii
c. trapezius
d. brachioradialis

104. Inflammation of the gallbladder is called ________.
a. cystitis
b. colitis
c. diverticulitis
d. cholecystitis

105. Bones ________.
a. are meant to bend easily
b. provide support and structure
c. filled with gas
d. solid calcium structures

106. The nose, larynx, pharynx and trachea are parts of the ________ system.
a. skeletal
b. respiratory
c. nervous
d. sensory

107. Identify #2 in the “heart illustration.”
a. inferior vena cava
b. superior vena cava
c. left pulmonary artery
d. aorta

108. Identify #8 in “skeletal illustration.”
a. clavicle
b. humerus
c. sternum
d. sacrum

109. The collar bone is called the ________.
a. carpals
b. clavicle
c. fossa
d. femur

110. Identify #1 in the “heart illustration.”
a. pulmonary vein
b. superior vena cava
c. aorta
d. right atrium

111. The major vein coming from the upper arm is the ________ vein.
a. jugular
b. brachial
c. cephalic
d. femoral

112. The major artery supplying the knee is the ________ artery.
a. popliteal
b. dorsalis pedis
c. ulnar
d. carotid

113. Identify #4 in the “heart illustration.”
a. apex
b. tricuspid valve
c. interventricular septum
d. endocardium

114. Carcinogenic means something is ________ causing.
a. diarrhea
b. disease
c. cough
d. cancer

115. Unilateral paralysis following brain damage is called ________.
a. hemiplegia
b. quadriplegia
c. paraplegia
d. sciatica

116. Removal of the stomach contents via a nasogastric tube is called ________.
a. gavage
b. lavage
c. both a and b
d. none of the above

117. The femur is found in the ________.
a. leg
b. arm
c. foot
d. neck

118. The maxilla is found in the ________.
a. head
b. foot
c. chest
d. arm

119. The bones of the wrist and ankle are called ________ bones.
a. long
b. short
c. flat
d. sesamoid

120. Identify #7 in “muscle illustration.”
a. deltoid
b. biceps brachii
c. trapezius
d. pectoralis major


Answer Key:

1.       b 21.   b 41.   a 61.   a 81.   a 101.  b
2.       a 22.   b 42.   b 62.   b 82.   a 102.  c
3.       a 23.   a 43.   a 63.   b 83.   d 103.  b
4.       b 24.   a 44.   b 64.   b 84.   a 104.  d
5.       b 25.   c 45.   c 65.   b 85.   a 105.  b
6.       a 26.   b 46.   a 66.   c 86.   c 106.  b
7.       b 27.   b 47.   a 67.   a 87.   a 107.   a
8.       d 28.   b 48.   a 68.   a 88.   a 108.   a
9.       a 29.   b 49.   b 69.   d 89.   c 109.  b
10.   b 30.   c 50.   a 70.   d 90.   a 110.  b
11.   b 31.   a 51.   b 71.   a 91.   a 111.  b
12.   d 32.   c 52.   d 72.   a 92.   b 112.  a
13.   b 33.   a 53.   b 73.   b 93.   a 113.  c
14.   d 34.   c 54.   c 74.   a 94.   a 114. d
15.   b 35.   b 55.   a 75.   b 95.   b 115.  a
16.   c 36.   c 56.   b 76.   b 96.   c 116.  b
17.   b 37.   c 57.   d 77.   b 97.   c 117.  a
18.   b 38.   a 58.   b 78.   d 98.   c 118.  a
19.   d 39.   c 59.   c 79.   a 99.   a 119.  b
20.   c 40.   a 60.   c 80.   c 100. a 120.  d

NCCT Practice Test A

1. What injection angle should you use for an intramuscular injection?
A. 45
B. 10
C. 90

2. What is normal blood pressure for an adult?
A. 160/90
B. 120/80

3. A Latin term signifying a person is not of sound mind is…?
A. Res gestae
B. Non compos mentis

4.  Another word for visit
A. Encounter
B. Appointment

5.  When answering the phone you should always answer by what ring?
A. 1st
B. 2nd
C. 3rd

6.  The word part -ectomy means?
A. Surgical repair
B. Surgical removal
C. Surgical incision

7.  An analgesic is used for?
A. Swelling
B. Mild pain
C. Heart attack

8.  Negligence by a professional person is called?
A. Slander
B. Malpractice
C. Invalid work ethic

9.  The word part  -itis means?
A. Infection
B. Pain
C. Inflammation

10.  What word means assessing a situation for the priority of treatment?
A. Trauma
B. Triage
C. Tourniquet

11.  What is a symptom?
A. Pain that can be observed only by the patient
B. Pain that can be observed by others

12.  What is the unprivileged touching of one person by another?
A. Assault
B. Battery
C. Malpractice

13.  What is tachycardia?
A. Abnormally decreased heart rate
B. Abnormally low b/p
C. Abnormally increased heart rate

14.  What is hypotension?
A. Lower than normal b/p
B. Higher than normal b/p
C. Higher than normal respiratory rate

15.  What is the Latin term meaning the responsibility of an employer for the acts of an employee?
A. Respondeat superior
B. Res ispa loquitur

16.  What license must a physician obtain before he can prescribe or dispense controlled substances?
A. Pharmacy
B. Drug
C. Narcotics

17.  What is an emetic?
A. A drug that induces vomiting
B. A drug that prevents vomiting
C. To vomit

18.  What is another term for a fraudulent signature?
A. Fraud
B. Unethical
C. Forgery

19.  What is an anticoagulant?
A. A drug that promotes clotting
B. A drug that prevents clotting
C. A drug that prevents bruising

20.  What does the word part -rrhea means?
A. Surgical suturing
B. Surgical removal
C. Flow or discharge

21.  What term means difficult or labored breathing?
A. Apnea
B. Dyspnea
C. Eupnea

22.  What is the process of changing words into numbers for insurance purposes?
A. Diagnostic numbering
B. Coding

23.  When is it OK to put a caller on hold?
A. When you have their name and number
B. When you have an emergency
C. When you have their emergency

24.  Why would you use a synthetic cast over a plastic or plaster cast?
A. Cost less
B. Cheaper more flexible
C. They are lighter, stronger and more water resistant

25.  What injection angle should you use to administer a subcutaneous injection?
A. 10 degree
B. 90 degree
C. 45 degree

26.  What is an insurance claim for all government claims?
A. Cms 1300
B. Cms 1500
C. Cms 1700

27.  What is an unexpected event that may cause injury?
A. Dread disease rider
B. Accident
C. Clause event

28.  How is oxygen rate measured?
A. Liters per minute
B. Volume per minute
C. Cc per minute

29.  What is a drug that produces sleep?
A. Sedative
B. Hypnotic
C. Tranquilizer

30.  When a physician makes arrangements for health care services it is called ________?
A. Coordination of care
B. Coordination of benefits
C. Coordination of service

31.  What are small arteries called?
A. Arterioles
B. Arterials

32.  What does the term gastralgia mean?
A. Stomach flu
B. Stomach pain
C. Stomach ulcer

33.  Deoxygenated blood enters the right atrium of the?
A. Brain
B. Heart
C. Lung

34.  What does HIV stand for?
A. Human immunodeficiency virus
B. Human intravenous valve

35.  What should be on a container that contains blood?
A. OSHA regulations
B. HIPPA regulations
C. Biohazard label

36.  What drug is used to relieve itching?
A. Antipyretic
B. Antipruritic
C. Anti-itch?

37.  What does the word part melan/o mean?
A. Gray
B. Blue
C. Black

38.  What injection would you perform at a 10-15 degree angle?
A. Intraskinal
B. Intradermal
C. Intramuscular

39.  What does BID stand for?
A. Three times a day
B. Twice a day
C. Injections daily

40.  How many digits can a sub-classification number have in icd-9cm
A. 5
B. 10
C. 6

41.  What is the abbreviation for drops?
A. Gtt or gt
B. Gtf or gf

42.  What color tube top has no additives in blood collection?
A. Blue
B. Green
C. Red

43.  What does the word part –polio mean?
A. Blue
B. Gray
C. Green

44.  How many leads are on a standard ECG?
A. 6
B. 10
C. 12

45.  Metatarsals are located in the….
A. Arm
B. Hand
C. Foot

46.  Which is a measure of volume?
A. Gram
B. Meter
C. Liter

47.  When testing for occult blood which of the following would you use?
A. Stool sample
B. Blood sample
C. Urine sample

48.  How long can a tourniquet remain on a patients’ arm?
A. 60 minutes
B. 1 minute

49.  What does leuk/o mean?
A. Black
B. White blood cell
C. White

50.  What is the body’s natural pace maker?
A. Right atrium
B. SA node
C. NA node


Answer key:

1.       C 11.   A 21.   C 31.   A 41.   A
2.       B 12.   B 22.   B 32.   B 42.   C
3.       B 13.   C 23.   B 33.   B 43.   B
4.       B 14.   A 24.   C 34.   A 44.   C
5.       C 15.   A 25.   C 35.   C 45.   C
6.       B 16.   C 26.   B 36.   C 46.   C
7.       B 17.   A 27.   B 37.   C 47.   A
8.       B 18.   C 28.   A 38.   B 48.   A
9.       C 19.   B 29.   A 39.   B 49.   C
10.     B 20.   C 30.   C 40.   A 50.   B

Law and Ethics Practice Test

  1. Right and wrong conduct is known as  ________.
    1. Empathy
    2. Criminal law
    3. Ethics
    4. Licensure
  2. The most common type of medical tort liability is ________.
    1. Negligence
    2. Breach of contract
    3. Breach of confidence
    4. Fraud and deceit
  3. A person being sued is called the ________.
    1. Plaintiff
    2. Tort
    3. Defendant
    4. Criminal law
  4. The withdrawal of a physician from the care of a patient without reasonable notice of such discharge from the case by the patient is  ________.
    1. Contract
    2. Reasonable care
    3. Negligence
    4. Abandonment
  5. An unlawful threat or attempt to do bodily injury to another is ________.
    1. Litigation
    2. Assault
    3. Crime
    4. Libel
  6. The health worker is protected by law if it can be determined that he or she acted reasonably compared with fellow workers.  This is called ________.
    1. Respondeat superior
    2. Reasonable care
    3. Duty of care
    4. Statute
  7. Negligence by a professional person is called ________.
    1. Invasion of privacy
    2. Slander
    3. Malpractice
    4. Tort
  8. An act that violates criminal law is called ________.
    1. Defamation
    2. Crime
    3. Libel
    4. Slander
  9. The breaking of a law promise, or duty is called ________.
    1. Statute
    2. Breach
    3. Consent
    4. Incompetent
  10. The ability to see things from another person’s point of view is _________.
    1. Consent
    2. Respoindat superior
    3. Empathy
    4. Ethics
  11. The time established for filing law suits is ________.
    1. Civil law
    2. Statute of limitations
    3. Contract
    4. No correct answer
  12. A writ that commands a witness to appear at a trial or other proceeding and to give testimony is a(n) ________.
    1. Habeus corpus
    2. Tort of appearance
    3. Subpoena
    4. Tort et a travers
  13. A wrong committed against another person or the person’s property is a ________.
    1. Defamation
    2. Libel
    3. Tort
    4. Plaintiff
  14. Holding or detaining a person against his will is ________.
    1. False imprisonment
    2. Crime
    3. Incompetent
    4. Duty of care
  15. A violation of a person’s right not to have his or her name, photograph, or private affairs exposed of made public without giving consent is ________.
    1. False imprisonment
    2. Malpractice
    3. Invasion of privacy
    4. Statute
  16. A major crime for which greater punishment is imposed other than a misdemeanor is ________.
    1. Licensure
    2. Civil law
    3. Tort
    4. Felony
  17. One who institutes a lawsuit is ________.
    1. Defendant
    2. Plaintiff
    3. Litigation
    4. Respondeat superior
  18. A legal statement of how an individual’s property is to be distributed after death is ________.
    1. Contract
    2. tort
    3. will
    4. judgment
  19. Information given by a patient to medical personnel with cannot be disclosed without consent of the person who gave it is ________.
    1. Duty of care
    2. Respondeat superior
    3. Judgment
    4. Privileged communication
  20. A rule of conduct made by a government body is ________.
    1. Tort
    2. Law
    3. Will
    4. Contract
  21. Failure to do something that a reasonable person would do under ordinary circumstances that ends up causing harm to another person or a person’s property is ________.
    1. Malpractice
    2. Negligence
    3. Slander
    4. Defamation
  22. Permission granted by a person voluntarily and in his right mind is ________.
    1. Consent
    2. Litigation
    3. Breach
    4. Duty of care
  23. Injuring the name and reputation of another person by making false statements to a third person is ________.
    1. Empathy
    2. Negligence
    3. Defamation
    4. Ethics
  24. An agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of some definite thing is ________.
    1. Contract
    2. Litigation
    3. Statute
    4. Felony
  25. Lack of physical or mental fitness is known as ________.
    1. Breach of duty
    2. Abandonment
    3. Competence
    4. Incompetence
  26. The final decision of a court in an action or suit is ________.
    1. Consent
    2. Contract
    3. Judgment
    4. Licensure
  27. Responsibility of an employer for the acts of an employee is ________.
    1. Libel
    2. Malpractice
    3. Respondeat superior
    4. Civil law
  28. A Latin term signifying that a person is not of sound mind is _________.
    1. Res gestae
    2. Non compos mentis
    3. Res judicata
    4. Tecum
  29. A person who is no longer under the care, custody, or supervision of a parent is called a(n) ________.
    1. Emancipated minor
    2. Plaintiff
    3. Defendant
    4. Tort
  30. An impartial panel established to listen to and investigate patient’s complaints about medical care or excessive fees is called a ________ committee.
    1. Medical ethics
    2. Medical grievance
    3. Civil law
    4. No correct answer
  31. Latin for “things done; deeds”– the facts and circumstances attendant to the act in question would be called ________.
    1. Res gestae
    2. Loum tenems
    3. Tecum
    4. No correct answer
  32. Testimony of a witness under oath and written down before trial for possible use when the case comes to trial is ________.
    1. Deposition
    2. Citation
    3. Warrant
    4. Expert testimony
  33. A statute that enforces private right and liabilities, as differentiated from criminal law is called a ________.
    1. statute of limitations
    2. civil law
    3. medical arbitration
    4. no correct answer
  34. Violation or omission of a legal or moral duty is called ________.
    1. Negligence
    2. Breach of duty
    3. Defamation
    4. Malpractice
  35. A deliberate physical attack upon a person is called ________.
    1. Assault
    2. Battery
    3. Slander
    4. Contributory negligence
  36. Latin for “he who acts through another acts for himself” is called ________.
    1. Res gestae
    2. Qui facit per alium facit per se
    3. Locum tenems
    4. No correct answer
  37. The branch of study of moral issues, questions, and problems arising in the practice of medicine and in biomedical research is called ________.
    1. Bioethics
    2. Litigation
    3. Philosophy
    4. Privileged communication
  38. A statement given concerning some scientific, technical, or professional matter by an expert, such as a physician is called ________.
    1. Litigation
    2. Expert testimony
    3. Medical arbitration
    4. Burden of proof
  39. A patient’s failure to act prudently and reasonable, or doing that which a reasonable person would not do under similar circumstances is called ________.
    1. Breach of duty
    2. Assumption of risk
    3. Contributory negligence
    4. No correct answer
  40. Consent to treatment based on a full understanding of all possible risks of unpreventable results of that treatment I called ________.
    1. Contributory negligence
    2. Fraud
    3. Assumption of risk
    4. Proximate cause
  41. Conduct, courtesy, and manners that are customarily used in a medical office by medical professionals are known as ________.
    1. Ethics
    2. Moral therapy
    3. Precocity
    4. Medical etiquette
  42. An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon it to part with some valuable thing belonging to him or to surrender a legal right is called ________.
    1. Fraud
    2. Negligence
    3. Assumption of risk
    4. Contributory negligence
  43. To interrupt or discontinue a suit temporarily with the intention of resumption at a later date, or to ask for a continuance is called a ________.
    1. Suspension
    2. Judgment
    3. Civil law
    4. Deposition
  44. Latin for “things decided”—that is, a matter already decided by judicial authority is called ________.
    1. Res judicata
    2. Respondeat superior
    3. Locum tenems
    4. No correct answer
  45. That which in natural and continuous sequence, unbroken by any new independent cause, produces an event, and without which the injury would not have occurred is called ________.
    1. Negligence
    2. Proximate cause
    3. Assumption of risk
    4. Assault
  46. The presumption or inference of negligence when an accident is otherwise unable to be explained in terms of ordinary and  known experience is called _________.
    1. Res judicata
    2. Res ipsa loquitur
    3. Locum tenems
    4. Res gestae
  47. Failure to achieve an agreed upon result, even when the highest degree of skill has been used, is called ________.
    1. Breach of contract
    2. Negligence
    3. Proximate cause
    4. Ethics
  48. What license must a physician have to dispense, prescribe or administer controlled substances?
    1. Lawyers
    2. Narcotic
    3. Business
    4. Occupational
  49. Unauthorized disclosure of information regarding any patient to a third party may result in ________.
    1. Civil law liability
    2. Medical liability
    3. Invasion of privacy
    4. Defamation of character
  50. Medical research is often published in medical journals that are evaluated by members of the medical community through a process known as ________.
    1. Professional review
    2. Hospital review
    3. Peer review
    4. Promethium review
  51. Under the Peer Review Improvement Act of1982, Peer Review Organizations are responsible for the review for appropriateness and necessity of putting a patient into the hospital by a process known as ________.
    1. Procedure
    2. Admissions
    3. Cost
    4. Quality
  52. A fraudulent signature is called ________.
    1. Endorsement
    2. Forgery
    3. Fraud
    4. Forbearance
  53. ________ are defined as what are right and wrong.
    1. Rules
    2. Ethics
    3. Laws
    4. Guidelines
  54. Which of the following might involve a decision based upon bioethics?
    1. Reporting physical, emotional or mental abuse
    2. Treating a 16 year old girl who is pregnant without parental consent
    3. The use of fetal tissue transplantation for research
    4. Reporting to the authorities a suicidal patient
  55. A physician must have the patient’s permission in writing to reveal any confidential information except for which of the following?
    1. Gunshot wound
    2. Anorexia
    3. Drug addiction
    4. Pregnancy
  56. It is _________ to deny treatment to an HIV infected patient.
    1. Illegal
    2. Moral
    3. Unethical
    4. Ethical
  57. ________ is a federal regulation that requires health care professionals to protect the privacy and confidentiality of patients’ health information.
    1. OSHA
    2. CLIA
    3. CMS
    4. HIPAA
  58. In the health care field the acronym HIPAA stands for ________.
    1. Health Information Adjustment Association
    2. History Inquiry of Professional Assertive Assistance
    3. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    4. Health Inquiry for Permission of Accountability Association
  59. The statement “A physician shall respect the law” is a part of the ________
    1. AAA Code of Ethics
    2. AMA Code of Principles
    3. Preamble to the constitution of the United States
    4. AMA Code of Ethics
  60. Which of these generally results from an act of carelessness, without intent to harm?
    1. Breach of confidentiality
    2. Malpractice
    3. Slander
    4. Manslaughter

 

Answer Key

1. C 11. B 21. B 31. A 41. D 51. B
2. A 12. C 22. A 32. A 42. A 52. B
3. C 13. C 23. C 33. B 43. A 53. B
4. D 14. A 24. A 34. B 44. A 54. C
5. B 15. C 25. D 35. B 45. B 55. A
6. B 16. D 26. C 36. B 46. B 56. C
7. C 17. B 27. C 37. A 47. A 57. D
8. B 18. C 28. B 38. B 48. B 58. C
9. B 19. D 29. A 39. C 49. C 59. D
10. C 20. B 30. B 40. C 50. C 60. D

Brain Labeling

brain

 

A.    Frontal Lobe F.      Parietal Lobe
B.     Pituitary Gland G.    Corpus Callosum
C.     Temporal Lobe H.    Occipital Lobe
D.    Pons I.       Cerebellum
E.     Medulla Oblongata J.       Spinal Cord

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