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Unformatted text preview: 3600-PlusReview Questions forAnatomy & PhysiologyVolume 1R. Michael Anson, Ph.D.i(c) 2005 - 2009 R. Michael Anson (anson@jhu.edu)This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 543 Howard Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.This work was previously published under a different title:1700+ Review Questions for Anatomy and Physiology IiiAugust, 2005, R. Michael Anson: First edition.November, 2005, R. Michael Anson: Second edition.A 'Study Skills' section was added as an introduction to the use of this question bank.Language of Anatomy#6: answer changed from 'microscopic' to 'microscopic anatomy'Changed all limb-related questions which had 'proximal' as an answer to read 'proximal (or superior).'Changed all limb-related questions which had 'distal' as an answer to read 'distal (or inferior).'Cell OverviewInserted missing figure on question 76.The Axial SkeletonQuestions 90 and 91: 'thoracic' was a typo, and has been replaced by 'lumbar.'Corrected a spelling error in question 22 (to --> two).MusclesNervous TissueEdition History for '1700+ Review Questions for Anatomy and Physiology I'(renamed from 4th edition onward to:3600 + Review Questions for Anatomy and Physiology: Volume 1)The questions were written one topic at a time during the summer of 2005. Students in a class which I was teaching were given access to them, and the positive feedback led me to the decision to compile them into this document at the end of the course. I would be happy to receive feedback, positive or negative, or to learn of errors that may be present: my email address is anson@jhu.edu .A 'note to the student' was added to the preamble, explaining basic study skills relevant to the use of this question bank.Appendicular and Axial SkeletonMoved questions 87 and 88 from appendicular skeleton to axial (they were misclassified in original placement, as they dealt with the development of the spine).The Appendicular SkeletonCorrected a spelling error in question 11 (corocoid --> coracoid).This section was completely revised to emphasize the prime movers in each motion, and the section renamed to reflect this change.iiiCorrected the answer to #84.CNSApril, 2006, R. Michael Anson: Third edition.Bones and Skeletal TissueCorrected the answer to question 32 to be 'dense irregular connective tissue'JointsThe answer to #85 was corrected to read, 'bursae.'Muscles: Prime MoversCorrected a misspelling in the answer to question 63.Corrected a misspelling in question 65.Nervous TissueSpecial SensesA clear distinction is now made between receptor cells and receptor proteins....
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