Anatomy and Physiology The Unity of Form Function 9th Edition Saladin Test Bank
Anatomy and Physiology The Unity of Form Functions 9th Edition Saladin Test Bank provides a comprehensive and insightful look at the intricacies and modern principles of anatomy and physiology. Study guides are essential when prepping for exams, and that’s why this test bank has been designed to help you nail the big one! With 900+ practice questions covering an array of topics across 6 units, you’re sure to find the right material to assess your understanding before taking a real exam.
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Table of Contents
Part One Organization of the Body
1 Major Themes of Anatomy and Physiology
ATLAS A General Orientation to Human Anatomy
2 The Chemistry of Life
3 Cellular Form and Function
4 Genes and Cellular Function
5 The Human Tissues
Part Two Support and Movement
6 The Integumentary System
7 Bone Tissue
8 The Skeletal System
10 The Muscular System
ATLAS B Regional and Surface Anatomy
11 Muscular Tissue
Part Three Internal Coordination and Control
12 Nervous Tissue
13 The Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Somatic Reflexes
14 The Brain and Cranial Nerves
15 The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral Reflexes
16 Sense Organs
17 The Endocrine System
Part Four Circulation and Defense
18 The Circulatory System: Blood
19 The Circulatory System: Heart
20 The Circulatory System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
21 The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
Part Five Intake and Output
22 The Respiratory System
23 The Urinary System
24 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
25 The Digestive System
26 Nutrition and Metabolism
Part Six Reproduction and the Life Cycle
27 The Male Reproductive System
28 The Female Reproductive System
29 Human Development and Aging
APPENDIX A: Answer Keys
APPENDIX B: Symbols, Weights, and Measures
APPENDIX C: Periodic Table of the Elements
APPENDIX D: The Genetic Code and Amino Acids
APPENDIX E: Medical Word Roots and Affixes
Anatomy & Physiology The Unity of Form and
Function 9th Edition Saladin Test Bank
True / False Questions
1. The frontal plane passes vertically through the body or an organ and divides it into equal right andleft
2. The cut of a guillotine (decapitation) is an example of a section done in the midsagittal plane.
3. The appendicular region consists of the head, neck and trunk.
4. The appendix is typically found in the right lower quadrant.
5. The liver is proximal to the diaphragm.
6. When the abdomen is divided into nine regions, the most superior horizontal line is called themidclavicular
7. The most lateral and superior region of the abdomen is called the hypochondriac region.
8. The heart occupies a space called the pericardial cavity between the parietal and visceral pericardium.
9. The cranial cavity contains the brain.
Multiple Choice Questions
10. The cavity is inferior to the cavity.
A. cranial; thoracic
B. thoracic; abdominopelvic
C. pericardial; pleural
D. thoracic; peritoneal
E. thoracic; cranial
11. The most superior segment of the upper limb is called the .
B. manual region
C. carpal region
D. antebrachial region
E. brachial region
12. The region of the left lower limb is proximal to the region of the ipsilateral limb.
A. carpal; manual
B. femoral; crural
C. antebrachial; brachial
D. tarsal; crural
E. brachial; femoral
13. The wraps around the stomach, small intestine, and parts of the large intestine.
D. visceral peritoneum
E. parietal peritoneum
14. The is an organ directly associated with the and systems.
A. stomach; digestive; reproductive
B. pancreas; digestive; endocrine
C. small intestine; digestive; integumentary
D. testis; male reproductive; urinary
E. ovary; female reproductive; lymphatic
15. Which one of the following is not in the correct anatomical position?
A. Arms at sides
B. Standing upright
C. Face and eyes facing
D. Feet flat on the floor
E. Palms facing hips
16. The plane that passes vertically through the body or an organ and divides it into anterior and posterior
portions is called the plane.
17. The interscapular region is to the scapular region.
18. The sternum (breastbone) is to the vertebral column.
19. The part of the small intestine is the part closest to the stomach.