Final exam: #1
#1. Fibrin - Forms a fibrous, web-like network that reinforces the platelet plug & participates in coagulation #2. Lymphocytes - Cells that produce antibodies and contribute to immunity to certain...
karensantos|3 years ago|±0|5 views
#1. Atrial Natriuretic Hormone (ANH) is responsible for: A) Increased heart rate B) Increased salt excretion C)Enhancing the release of Angiotensin II D) Promoting ACE release from the lungs E) B...
karensantos|3 years ago|±0|6 views
#1. vitamin B1 (thiamine) - beriberi (nerve disorders - tingling. poor coordination, reduced heart function #2. vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - skin lesions such as cracks at the corner of the mouth #3....
lmattox05|5 years ago|±0|9 views
General Neurologic Exam
#1. Cranial Nerve 1 - Olfactory: Test: Smell with coffee or mint, test one nostril at a time. #2. Cranial Nerve 2 - Optic: Test: Fundoscopy, with opthalmascope, check optic disk (color/size/alterati...
Nicole_Madden|6 years ago|±0|32 views
A&P Chapter 8 True & False questions
#1. The amount of movement permitted by a particular joint os the basis for the functional classification of joints. - TRUE #2. All joints permit some degree of movement, even if very slight. - FA...
Pearson_2018|2 years ago|±0|6 views
A&P Chapter 8
#1. A fibrous joint that is a peg-in-socket is called a ______ joint. - gomohosis #2. The cruciate ligaments of the knee _______. - prevent hyperextension of the knee #3. If a patient was suffering ...
Pearson_2018|2 years ago|+1|11 views
#1. Artery is to ____________ as vein is to_____________. A) toward; away B) afferent; efferent C) efferent; afferent D) afferent; away E) efferent; away - C) efferent; afferent #2. Tetanic musc...
peach0922|2 years ago|±0|8 views
Human anatomy ch 1 vocab 2
#1. Superior - Toward the head #2. Inferior - Away from the head #3. Ventral - In front of the body #4. Dorsal - Toward backside of body #5. Medial - Toward middle of body #6. Lateral - Toward o...
bonnie|5 years ago|±0|44 views
Human anatomy root word 2
#1. Bucca - Cheek #2. Os, stomato - Mouth #3. Gingiva - Gum #4. Glossa - Tongue #5. Pharyngo - Pharynx #6. Esophago - Esophagus #7. Gastro - Stomach #8. Hepato - Liver #9. Cholecyst - Gallbla...
bonnie|5 years ago|±0|22 views
AP2 Professor's Questions
#1. What do the letters in A.P.G.A.R. stand for? - Appearance (All Blue, Part Blue, All Pink) Pulse (0-80, 80-120, 120-160) Grimace (None, Twitch, Grimace) Activity (Flacid, Partly Flex, Fully F...
heeeley|8 years ago|±0|63 views
#1. Sexual Reproduction is.. - germ cells uniting. Sperm+Egg=> Fertilization+> Zygote #2. Male reproductive organs secrete and produce.. - Secrete Androgen hormones (testosterone) and produce game...
Jared_Wolf|5 years ago|±0|41 views
#1. Urine regulates: - Blood - pressure, pH, #2. Bladder stores: - Urnie #3. Function of the glomerulus: - Filtrates #4. efferent arteriole: - enhances pressure and its force drives filtration #5....
MEKR|8 years ago|±0|41 views
#1. Blood Doping - Injecting previously stored RBC's before athletic event. Enables more cells available to deliver O2 to tissues. Dangerous B/C: Increases blood viscosity & works heart harder. #2. H...
Jessica1982|7 years ago|+1|84 views