chapter_26 - Human Anatomy 8e(Martini\/Timmons\/Tallitsch Chapter 26 The Urinary System 26.1 Multiple-Choice Questions 1 Functions of the urinary system

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Human Anatomy, 8e (Martini/Timmons/Tallitsch)Chapter 26 The Urinary System26.1 Multiple-Choice Questions1) Functions of the urinary system includeA) regulating plasma concentrations of ions by controlling the amount lost in the urine.B) regulating blood volume.C) regulating blood pressure.D) conserving nutrients by preventing their excretion in the urine.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: ESection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 26.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge2) Urine is carried to the exterior of the body by theDSection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 26.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge3) Urine is formed in theASection Title: IntroductionLearning Outcome: 26.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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4) Which of the following sits atop the kidneys?ESection Title: The KidneysLearning Outcome: 26.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge5) The position of the kidneys in the abdominal cavity is maintained, in part, by (the)A) diaphragm.B) overlying peritoneum.C) floating ribs.D) osmotic pressure of the fluid in the ureters.E) None of the answers are correct.Answer: BSection Title: The KidneysLearning Outcome: 26.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge6) Kidneys are often difficult to see without dissection because they are surrounded by a layer of fat. What is the significance of this fat?BSection Title: The KidneysLearning Outcome: 26.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge7) The kidneys are locatedCSection Title: The KidneysLearning Outcome: 26.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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8) Most often, the kidney is confused with the ________ when viewed superficially.DSection Title: The KidneysLearning Outcome: 26.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Comprehension
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