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8/20/2020Module 4: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Keck1/24Module 4: Problem SetDueNo due datePoints0Questions7Time LimitNoneThis quiz is currently locked.Attempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 14,318 minutes0 out of 0Score for this quiz:0out of 0Submitted Jul 31 at 5:23pmThis attempt took 4,318 minutes.0 / 0 ptsQuestion 1Anatomy of the Skeleton Part I1. What is the function of the flat bones?2. Describe the shape of a long bone and what its designallows.3. Name the five basic bone shapes.
8/20/2020Module 4: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Keck2/244. What term best describes a hollow chamber in bone,usually filled with air?5. True or false: A sulcus is a raised ridge in bone.6. What division of the skeleton lies along the midline?7. True or false: Fontanelles are present in adults.8. What two bones of the cranium lie primarily within theskull?9. True or false: The frontal bone is a paired bone of thecranium.10. Which bone contains the foramen magnum?11. What is the purpose of the foramen magnum?12. Review bone landmarks on the occipital bone.13. Sinusitis is an infection of the _______________.
8/20/2020Module 4: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Keck3/24Your Answer:1. Produce red blood cellsProtection of internal organs like the brain.2. Long Bone is long and thin and designed to support bodyweight and enable movement3. Flat bone, long bone, irregular bone, Seasomid bone,short bone4. sinus5. false6.axiel7. false8. Sphenoid and the ethmoid bones9. false10.Ocipital bone11. It is where the the spinal cord passes to become thebrain stem.13. sinuses
8/20/2020Module 4: Problem Set: Essential Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab- Keck4/241. Produce red blood cells; protection of internalorgans (skull protects the brain).2. Long and thin; designed to support body weightand enable movement3. Long, flat, short, irregular, and sesamoid.4. Sinus5. False6. Axial7. False8. The sphenoid and the ethmoid bones9. False10. The occipital bone11. The spinal cord passes to become the brain stem12. See figure in module13. Sinuses0 / 0 pts

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