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Human Anatomy, 8e (Martini/Timmons/Tallitsch)Chapter 12 Surface Anatomy and Cross-Sectional Anatomy12.1 Multiple-Choice Questions1) Surface anatomy is used to studyA) the epidermis.B) the texture of the surface of the body.C) the relationship of deep anatomy to superficial landmarks on the human body.D) the movement patterns of structures at or near the surface of the body.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: CSection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 12.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge2) Understanding of surface anatomy can be used toESection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 12.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge3) The study of surface anatomy attempts to relate, among other things,BSection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 12.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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4) Surface anatomyBSection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 12.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Comprehension5) The best models to use in studying surface anatomy includeA) plastic models from the laboratory.B) babies and children.C) elderly individuals.D) extremely slender individuals who have little body fat.E) individuals with well-developed muscles and little body fat.Answer: ESection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge6) Of the following, who would most likely be the worst subject for studying surface anatomy?CSection Title: A Regional Approach to Surface AnatomyLearning Outcome: 12.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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