Human Organism
Body Cavities
Epithelial Tissue
Integumentary System
Fractures
100

What are the 2 approaches they use in anatomy? 

Syatomic Anatomy and Regional Anatomy. 

100

What is the definition of body cavity? 

Fluid- filled space inside body that holds and protects internal organs. 

100

What is an Epithelial Tissue? 

Tissue found through out body covering internal/external body surfaces and forming most glands. 

100

What does the Integument suffix mean? 

It means covering. 

100

What is the definition of a fracture? 

Cracking or breakage in bone. 

200

Which anatomy do we do? 

Syatomic Anatomy

200

What are the 2 Body Cavity Types? 

Closed body cavity (CBC) and open body cavity (OBC). 

200
What does Epithelial consists mostly of? 

It consists mostly of cells with very little Extracellular fluid between them. 

200

What is the structure of the Integumentary system? 

Skin and accessory structure (EX: Hair, Nails, Glands) 

200

What are the general terms of a Fracture? 

Displaced , Nondisplaced , Simple, and Compound 

300

Which anatomy do medical use? 

Regional Anatomy? 

300

What is another name of the Serious Membrane? 

Serosa 

300

What body surface does Epithelial protect? 

Outer skin layer and cavity linings. 

300

True or False: People spend less time and less effort and less money to change their appearance. 

False

300

True or False: A person experiences an average of 2 plus fractures in their lifetime. 

True. 

400

Identify the meaning of Physiology. 

Scientific discipline investigating function of body. 

400

What are the two close body cavity membranes? 

Dura Mater and Serous Membrane. 

400

How many functions does Epithelial Tissue have? 

It has 5 functions. 

400

True or False: Appearance can indicate physiological imbalances. 

True. 

400

What causes a Transverse fracture? 

Bending force snaps bone like a twig. 

500

What are the 6 structural levels from smallest to biggest? 

Chemical, Cell, Tissue , organ, organ system and organism 
500

What are the 4 CBC types? 

Cranial Cavity, Vertebral Cavity, Thoracic Cavity, and Abdominopelvic Cavity. 

500

Which Epithelial classification is declared as an imposter? 

Psuedostratified Columnar Epithelium. 

500

How many functions does the Integumentary System have? 

It has five functions. 
500

What are the 8 fractures types? 

Transverse, Oblique, Spiral, Comminuted, Avulsion, Impacted, Hairline, and Greenstick 

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