As you move caudally along the spinal column A the vertebral foramina become

As you move caudally along the spinal column a the

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159) As you move caudally along the spinal column,A) the vertebral foramina become relatively smaller.B) the vertebral bodies become relatively larger.C) the dorsal spines grow progressively longer.D) A and B onlyE) A, B, and C160) All of the following are true of lumbar vertebrae, except that22161) The sternum contains162) Ossification of the sternum is not complete until at least ageA) 25. B) 10. C) 6. D) 50. E) 16.163) While performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an unconscious person, you are careful toposition your hands correctly to avoid damage to the
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164) The sacrum protects these organs:A) reproductiveB) urinaryC) digestiveD) all of the aboveE) A and C only165) The bony portion of the nasal septum is formed by the166) Of the following bones, which is unpaired?167) The styloid process, zygomatic process, and auditory ossicles are associated with the23168) The membranous areas between the cranial bones of the fetal skull areA) fibrocartilaginous discs.B) fontanels.C) sutures.D) foramina.E) Wormian bones.169) The hyoid bone is suspended by ________ ligaments.170) The function of the hyoid bone is to171) Identify the structure the occipital bone surrounds.172) Fibrous connective tissue called ________ accommodates brain growth in infants.A) vertebrae B) sutures C) foramina D) fontanels E) frontals
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173) Vertebrae of theA) lumbar region are fused.B) coccygeal region are fused.C) sacral region are fused.D) both A and CE) both B and C
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  • Anatomy, Vertebra, hyoid bone, Occipital bone

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