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No bones about it—our anatomy trivia quizzes are the best around. If you can tell your scapula from your sternum, your aorta from your atrium, and your liver from your lungs, you may be ready to challenge yourself with our top trivia quizzes. The human body is an amazing machine, and if you want to learn interesting trivia facts about it, you’ve come to the right place. Challenge yourself—or your friends—with our trivia.

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Responsible for the movement of our ever-important hands, the shoulder is an extremely important part of the body when it comes to getting done what it is we want to get done. What can you tell us about how these joints work?...

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 9621   |  Last updated: Jul 27, 2020
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    Name this muscle that elevates the shoulder

Anatomy: the vertebral column trivia quiz. The vertebral column, also known as the spine, is curved and can be found in the central axis of the skeleton. Do you know how many vertebrae are in the vertebral column and where are...

Questions: 60  |  Attempts: 4545   |  Last updated: Aug 6, 2020
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    How many vertebrae are in the vertebral column?

Questions: 17  |  Attempts: 4770   |  Last updated: Sep 30, 2020
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    The plane below is a transverse plane:

This quiz does not include all of the skeletal names on the lab practical, and may have errors. Message me if I have something wrong. Hope this helps! =]

Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 1604   |  Last updated: Jul 30, 2011

“Leukocytes” is another term for white blood cells - colourless cells which circulate in the blood and bodily fluids, and are useful in counteracting diseases and foreign substances. What do you know about them...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 9533   |  Last updated: Sep 11, 2018
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    This is the most numerous formed element found in human blood

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What is not a difference between the superficial and deep fascial layers?
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What biological structure limits the straight vertical downward movement if the spleen normally does not descend below the costal margin?
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What is the relationship between SNR and bandwidth?
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What way sympathetic fibers reach the tongue? 1. Lingual nerve 2. Maxillary artery 3. Hypoglossal nerve 4. Lingual artery 5. Glossopharyngeal nerve
1. lingual artery-remember-all over the body, the vasculature is the number one target of sympathetic nerves. sympathetic nerves help to constrict the vasculature, and they are found covering arteries in periarterial plexuses. in the head, sympatheti
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