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What cavity does the Thoracic belong?
What cavity does the Cranial belong?
What cavity does the Absominal belong?
What cavity does the Pelvic belong?
What cavity does the Mediastinum belong?
What cavity does the Spinal belong?
What cavity does the Pleural belong?
_________ depends on the body"s ability to maintain or restore homeostasis.
Homeostasis is the term used to describe the relative constancey of the body's _________________.
During exercise, homeostasis is disrupted and may cause the body's temperature to _______.
Changes and functions that occur during the early years are called ___________________.
Changes and functions that occur after young adulthood are called ___________________.
Homeostatic control mechanisms are catergorized as either ___________ or ____________ feedback loops.
Negative feedback loops are ______________.
Postitive feedback control loops are __________.
The body's ability to respond continuously to changes in the environment and maintain consistency in the internal environment is called_______________.
The region frequently used by health professionals to locate pain and tumors divides the abdomen into four basic areas called _________
Which of the following organs or structures does not lie within the mediastinum? Thymus, Liver, Esophagus, Trachea
A lengthwise plane running from front to back that divides the body into right and left sides is called ____________
A study of the functions of living organisms and their part is called ______________.
The thoracic portion of the ventral body cavity is seperated from the abdominopelvic portion by a muscle called the _________________
An organization of varying numbers and kinds of organs arranged together to perform a complex function is called a _______________
The plane that divides superior from inferior is known as the _______________ plane.
Which of the following structures does not lie within the abdominal cavity? Spleen, Most of the small intestine, Urinary bladder, Stomach
Which of the following is an example of an upper abdominal region? Right iliac region, Left hypochondriac region, left lumbar region, Hypogastric region
Left Hypochondriac Region
The dorsal body cavity contains components of the _______________
Which of the following organs is not found in the pelvic cavity? Bladder, Stomach, Rectum, Colon
Similar cells acting together to perform a common function exist at a level of organization called a / an ____________________
Which of the following planes would be considered coronal? A plane that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions A plane that divides the body into upper and...
A plane that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
If your reference point is "nearest to the trunk of the body" versus "farthest from the truck of the body" where does the elbow lie in relation to the wrist?
How do you stand in the anatomical position?
body is erect or standing arms at the sides and palms turned forward feet forward and slightly apart
The buttocks are often used as intramuscular injection sites. This region can be called __________
In the human body, the chest region: Can be referred to as the thoracic cavity Is a component of the ventral body cavity Contains the mediastinum
Can be referred to as the thoracic cavity
Which of the following is not a component of the axial subdivision of the body? Upper extremity, Neck, Trunk, Head
The scientific study of disease is ___________
A systemic approach to discovery is known as the ________________
A tentative explanation in reseach is known as a ______________
The testing of a hypothesis is ______________
In clinical trials, a group getting a drug is the ____________________
In clinical trials, a group getting a substitute is the __________________________
The plane that seperates you from front and back is called _______________
The plane that seperates you left and right is called ________________
The plane the seperates you top and bottom is called __________________
Which of the following is not a subatomic particle? Proton, Electron, Isotope, Neutron
Electrons move about within certain limits called _________________