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Which of these sciences is considered “the oldest medical science”? 1. Egyptology 2. Molecular biology 3. Anatomy 4. Prostitution
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Why is the study of human anatomy and physiology critical to your everyday life? 1. Developing understanding of how the body works under normal conditions 2. It serves as a foundation for other life sciences 3. Useful in knowing what is happening when you or a friend is ill 4. All of the above are correct
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Anatomy is to ___ as physiology is to ___? 1. Cutting up : putting together 2. Structure : function 3. Function : structure 4. Medical terminology : medical tests
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How are many anatomical terms derived? 1. Latin and Greek 2. Spanish and French 3. Eponyms 4. 1 and 3 are correct
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Why was International Anatomical Terminology written? 1. We need to honor accomplishments of famous anatomists 2. A repository of antiquated eponymous terms 3. To serve as the universal standard of anatomical vocabulary 4. A catalogue of famous medical schools
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Which of these forms of anatomy is NOT paired with its definition? 1. Regional anatomy/anatomical organization of specific areas of the body 2. Systemic anatomy/anatomical organization of specific areas of the body 3. Developmental anatomy/study from conception through maturity 4. Pathological anatomy/study of anatomical features during illness
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How do you effectively distinguish cytology from histology? 1. Cytology studies structures of tissues/histology studies functions of tissues 2. Cytology analyzes internal structures of individual cells/histology studies groups of specialized cells that work together 3. Cytology uses light microscopy/histology uses electron microscopy 4. Cytology studies disease states/histology studies only healthy tissues
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