5. Which of the following shapes would end up with identical portions when sectioned along all of the following planes: midsagittal, transverse, and coronal? (Circle one.)
b. rectangular box
d. square box
6. Which one of the following statements matches the regional term with the appropriate common term (example: the tarsal bones are in the ankle)?
a. the brachial artery is in the wrist
b. the carpal bones are in the ankle
c. The cervical vertebrae are in the lower back.
d. The femoral nerve is in the arm.
e. The popliteal artery is in the knee.
7. For each of the following, insert the most appropriate directional term.
a. The elbow is located __________ to the wrist.
b. The mouth is located __________ to the ears.
c. The lungs are located __________ to the ribs
d. The umbilicus is located __________ to the sternum
e. The nose is located __________ and __________ to the ears.
f. A scratch wound, which does not penetrate the skin, is said to be __________ wound. In contrast, a stab would, which penetrates the skin, is referred to as a __________ wound.
8. Match the description listed in column A with the appropriate body cavity listed in column B.
Column A Column B
_________1. encases the brain a. cranial cavity
_________ 2. encases the heart b. pelvic cavity
_________ 3. contains most of the reproductive and urinary systems c. pericardial cavity
_________ 4. contains the cardiovascular and respiratory systems d. pleural cavity
_________ 5. encases the lungs e. thoracic cavity
9. which of the following membranes would be in contact with the heart? (cirlce one.)
a. Parietal pericardium
b. Parietal pleura
c. Visceral pericardium
d. Visceral pleura
11. The left kidney is located in the _______________ abdominopelvic quadrant and the ______________________ abdominopelvic region.
12. The anatomic position requires that the forearm be rotated so the palm of the hand faces anteriorly. Why is the forearm rotated this way in the anatomic position?
13. A physician would like to obtain a radiographic view of both the liver and the spleen of her patient, so she orders a computed tomography CT scan. What plane of section does the physician ask the radiology department to scan so she may view both these organs in the same image?
14. The same physician would like to obtain a radiographic view of both the right lung and the liver of her patient, so she orders a CT scan. What plane of section does the physician ask the radiology department to scan so she may view both of these organs in the same image?
15. A teenage boy is diagnosed with appendicitis (inflammation of the appendix) and must undergo an operation. To remove the appendix, the surgeon will operate on the boy’s ________________________ abdominopelvic quadrant.
16. The abdominopelvic region located directly lateral to the umbilical region is the ____________________ region.