APK2100TillmanExamOneSupplement

APK2100TillmanExamOneSupplement - APK 2100 Applied Human...

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Applied Human Anatomy, Page 1 of 2 Einstein’s Notes © 2/6/2008 APK 2100 Tillman Spring 2008 Exam One Supplement Visit our website at www.HowIGotAnA.com! APK 2100 Applied Human Anatomy Professor Tillman Exam One Supplement Spring 2008 February 6, 2008 Wednesday Femur The femur is the strongest bone in the human body. This bone is most commonly broken in motorcycle or sporting accidents and if broken, the bone marrow leaks out and can lead to embolism or blood clot. Either of these effects could be fatal. The Foot The foot has 26 bones (only 7 tarsals, as opposed to the 8 carpals). The phalanges are numbered from 1 to 5 with one being the big toe and five being the little toe. Exam Review and Comments There will be a study presented on Monday for extra credit. Wait outside of the classroom prior to the exam on Friday. The exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions and you will have 50 minutes to take the exam. There will be one diagram from the earlier list on the exam and 3 questions will come directly from that diagram. Know where the major bones are relative to one another.
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