Anatomy and Physiology Test Multiple Choice Questions

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Question 1
Question 1
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 | The point at which two bones meet is known as a: Answer | | | | | | | Subduction |
| | Joint |
| | Hinge |
| | Junction |
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1 points  
 Question 2
Question 2
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 | The abdominal organs are contained in a cavity, the superior border to this cavity is the …..? Answer | | | | | | | Diaphragm |
| | Ribcage |
| | Pelvic floor |
| | Spine |
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1 points  
 Question 3
Question 3
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 | Cancer is the name given to the condition that occurs when: Answer | | | | | | | Cell growth becomes uncontrolled and abnormal |
| | A tumour grows and compresses surrounding organs |
| | A cell dies and becomes infected |
| | Smoking causes destruction of the lung tissue |
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1 points  
 Question 4
Question 4
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 | Changes in the acid-base balance in the blood (ph) would be detected by what? Answer | | | | | | | Chemo-receptors |
| | Baro-receptors |
| | White blood cells |
| | Red blood cells |
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1 points  
 Question 5
Question 5
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 | The term ‘Haematemesis’ is used to describe what? Answer | | | | | | | Coughing up blood |
| | Blood in urine |
| | Vomiting blood |
| | Blood in faeces |
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1 points  
 Question 6
Question 6
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 | The Heart is contained in which body cavity? Answer | | | | | | | Thoracic |
| | Abdominal |
| | Abdominopelvic |
| | Cardiac |
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1 points  
 Question 7
Question 7
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 | Abdominal pain which is easily located to a specific region and does not radiate would be described as …? Answer | | | | | | | Visceral |
| | Parietal |
| | Somatic |
| | Specific |
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1 points  
 Question 8
Question 8
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 | The Sino-Atrial (SA) node is located in the right atrium. Answer | | | | | | True|
| False|
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1 points  
 Question 9
Question 9
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 | The pressure (mmHg) is greater in which type of blood vessel? Answer | | | | | | | Arteries |
| | Aterioles |
| | Veins |
| | Capillaries |
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1 points  
 Question 10
Question 10
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 | Stable Angina pectoris is normally associated with an acute onset whilst at rest? Answer | | | | | | True|
| False|
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1 points  
 Question 11
Question 11
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 | A freely moving joint that is lubricated by fluid within the joint capsule is known as a: Answer | | | | | | | Fibrous joint |
| | Fused joint |
| | Synovial joint |
| | Cartilaginous joint |
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1 points  
 Question 12
Question 12
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 | Cardiac output is determined by the balance between…? Answer | | | | | | | Pre-load & Heart rate |
| | Pulse rate & Heart rate |
| | Stroke volume & Pulse rate |
| | Systolic blood pressure & Pulse rate |
| | | |
1 points  
 Question 13
Question 13
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 | Which part of the Brain helps to control Respiratory function? Answer | | | | | | | Cerebrum |
| | Cerebellum |
| | Hypothalamus |
| | Medulla Oblongata |
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1 points  
 Question 14
Question 14
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 | Treatment options for Cystic Fibrosis can include? Answer | | | | | | | Chemotherapy |
| | Physiotherapy |
| | Radiotherapy |
| | Surgery |
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1 points  
 Question 15
Question 15
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 | The Lungs are solid organs filled entirely with small hollow tubes known as ‘airways’Answer | | | | | | True|
| False|
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1 points  
 Question 16
Question 16
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 | Glyceral Trinitrates are given during episodes of chest pain to achieve what?...
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