Quiz 6: Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology of Organ Systems
Very specific terminologies are used to refer to muscular movements that drive a wide variety of bodily motions. In the study of anatomy, it is important to be familiar with what these terms are and what they represent. Depending on the context, a number of possible muscle movements can occur for different actions. For instance, when preparing for blood to be drawn, one exposes their forearm via supination. Additionally, movements such as flexion and extension are responsible for the movements along the knee join area. Movements around the ankle area are known as inversion and eversion. These movements of the muscles and joints play a critical role in the movement and locomotion of the human body.
In order to understand human anatomy, it is important to understand how various body parts are classified and categorized on the basis of their structure and function. Hence, it is critical to be familiar with the anatomical terminology used to describe aspects of the human body such as the skin. The striated and visceral layers are used to refer to the human muscle, not the epidermis. Likewise, the terms muscular and hematopoietic do not describe the layers of the human skin. The trachea, pharynx, bronchiole and alveolus are parts of the human respiratory tract. Hence, the options a, c and d are incorrect. The skin of the human's is distinguished into 3 layers that are dermis, subcutaneous and epidermis. The epidermis is the outermost layer, the dermis is places deeper beneath the surface, and the subcutaneous region is the innermost region. Hence, the correct answer is option .
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