A and P - TEST04A

Course Name:  Alternative Therapies A&P Course
Teacher:  Patrick Hamouy
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No. of Questions= 10
Pass mark is - 75 %.

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1 What is the composition of a bone ?






a) 20% water, 25% organic matter, 55% calcium phosphate

b) 25% water, 30% organic matter, 45% calcium phosphate

c) 15% water, 30% organic matter, 55% calcium phosphate

d) 20% water, 35% organic matter, 45% calcium phosphate





2 What is the Periosteum ?






a) A membrane that covers the surface of a bone

b) The floating bone that controls the tongue

c) A fluid that reduces friction between the bones

d) A disease of the skeletal system





3 Which type of joint would be found between the vertabraes ?






a) Fixed joint or Synarthroses

b) Slighlty moveable joints or Amphiarthroses

c) Freely moveable joint or Diathroses





4 Give an example of a freely moveable joint






a) Between Sacrum and Coccyx

b) Between Atlas and Occipital bones

c) Between Parietal and Temporal

d) The sacro-iliac joint





5 Which part of the body does the occipital belong to ?






a) Pelvis

b) Spine

c) Upper limbs

d) Head





6 Which part of the body does the fibula belong to ?






a) The head

b) the arm

c) the leg

d) the spine

e) the shoulder





7 Which part of the body does the Ilium belong to ?






a) the leg

b) the pelvis

c) the spine

d) the leg

e) the arm





8 What is Kyphosis ?






a) A curve of the spine in the thoracic region

b) A lateral curve of the spine (S shape)

c) An inward curve of the spine in the lumbar region





9 What is gout ?






a) An inflammation of the fibrous tissues around a joint

b) A degenerative disease where the joint wears away

c) An inflammation of the spine area

d) Uric acid deposits around the joints

e) A lack of vitamin D





10 How many vertabrae do we have (assuming they are all unfused) ?






a) 32

b) 33

c) 34

d) 35

e) 36










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