____________, one of the great early anatomists, promoted the idea of "living anatomy."
Which statement best describes the relationship between structure and function?
|A)||the functions of specific body parts always determine their anatomy|
|B)||the anatomy of specific body parts often suggests their functions|
|C)||structure and function are only related in certain body regions|
|D)||the functions of most body parts are unrelated to their structure|
Cytology is the study of ____________ and their structures, while histology is the study of ____________.
|A)||single cells, tissues|
|B)||single cells, organs|
|C)||tissues, single cells|
The study of the structure and relationships of large body parts that are visible without a microscope is termed macroscopic or ____________ anatomy.
Which branch of gross anatomy considers both superficial anatomic markings and internal structures as they relate to the overlying skin?
Which anatomic specialty follows changes in structure within an individual from conception through maturity?
The study of body structures visualized by scanning procedures such as ultrasound or x-rays is called ____________ anatomy.
The word root pathos, as in "pathologic anatomy," means
|C)||to cut open|
Which of the following entities represents the highest level of organization?
Tissues can best be described as
|A)||specialized structural and functional units within cells|
|B)||precise organizations of similar cells that perform specialized functions|
|C)||a level of organization between the organ and the organ system|
|D)||none of the above|
Structures consisting of two or more tissue types that work together to perform specific functions are called
|D)||none of the above|
Which of the following is not a basic property or feature of all organisms?
The consistent internal environment maintained by control and regulatory mechanisms within an organism is called
Which of the following does not correctly pair an organ with its organ system?
|A)||brain, nervous system|
|B)||heart, lymphatic system|
|C)||thyroid, endocrine system|
|D)||liver, digestive system|
The trachea is part of the ____________ system.
Which organ system controls body movement and responds to sensory stimuli?
The ____________ is an organ of both the endocrine and lymphatic systems.
Which statement does not accurately describe the anatomic position?
|A)||subject is standing upright with feet parallel|
|B)||head is level with eyes looking forward|
|C)||arms are at either side of the body|
|D)||palms are pressed lightly against the thighs|
Which anatomic plane would section the body into matching left and right sides?
Which anatomic plane divides the body into superior and inferior portions?
The directional term ____________ refers to a body part that is toward the head, or above.
Which term describes a part that is closest to the point of attachment to the trunk?
The diaphragm is located between which two body cavities?
|A)||cranial cavity and vertebral canal|
|B)||thoracic and abdominopelvic|
|C)||pleural and pericardial|
|D)||abdominal and pelvic|
During embryonic development, the ventral cavity arises from a space called the
The mediastinum does not contain the
Which human body region includes the heel of the foot?
The buccal region is the area of the
The thigh is identified as the ____________ region.
The calf is anatomically known as what body region?
Which abdominopelvic region typically contains the urinary bladder?