Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Test Your Anatomy IQ

Alternative Name: How Strong Are Your Basic Human Anatomy Skills Quiz, How well do you know your basic anatomy?


Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. In the following image, which organ is colored in red?



Option:-
Gallbladder
Oesophagus
Large intestine
Pharynx

Q 2. Which part of the body is circled here?



Option:-
Liver
Pancreas
Stomach
Spleen

Q 3. What is the black center of your eye known as?



Option:-
IrisCornea
Pupil
Tear duct

Q 4. And which part of the body is circled here?



Option:-
Pancreas
Liver
Spleen
Stomach

Q 5. Which part of the body is shown in red?



Option:-
Lungs
Kidneys
Nasal cavity
Diaphragm

Q 6. It is the role of which system to protect the body against diseases and other foreign agents?



Option:-
Circulatory system
Digestive system
Immune system
Nervous system

Q 7. Which system supports the body and consists of bones that are connected by ligaments, cartilage, and tendons?



Option:-
Endocrine system
Skeletal system
Reproductive system
Digestive system

Q 8. Which system regulates the breathing process via the intake of oxygen and ejection of carbon dioxide?



Option:-
Circulatory System
Respiratory System
Lymphatic System
Integumentary System

Q 9. Which system is responsible for controlling both voluntary and involuntary actions and sending signals to various parts of the body?



Option:-
Reproductive system
Immune system
Nervous system
Muscular system

Q 10. Which of these is the body’s largest organ?



Option:-
Brain
Skin
Heart
Lungs

Q 11. Which vital organ is responsible for the removal of waste and excess fluid from the blood?



Option:-
Spleen
Cochlea
Liver
Kidneys

Q 12. True or False: There are five vital organs that are necessary for survival. They are the lungs, liver, kidneys, brain, and heart.



Option:-
False
True

Q 13. Which anatomical term means “towards the back”?



Option:-
Posterior
Superior
Anterior
Inferior

Q 14. Which gland is highlighted in red?



Option:-
Placenta
Pancreas
Thyroid
Spleen

Q 15. Which vital organ is responsible for detoxifying harmful chemicals, filtering the blood, secreting bile, producing blood-clotting proteins, and breaking down drugs?



Option:-
Liver
Pancreas
Tonsils
Lungs

Q 16. What is the name of the substance that gives the skin and hair its pigment?



Option:-
Adipose
Chlorine
Epidermis
Melanin

Q 17. What is the name of the pipe that shifts food from the throat to the stomach?



Option:-
Pharynx
Larynx
Cerebrum
Esophagus

Q 18. The innermost part of the human bone contains what?



Option:-
Collagen
Bone marrow
Cancellous
Periosteum

Q 19. The muscles in the front of your thighs are known as?



Option:-
Biceps
Quadriceps
Adductor
Hamstring

Q 20. Are there more bones in the hand or foot?



Option:-
Hands
The same
Feet

Q 21. How does blood enter the heart?



Option:-
Inferior Vena Cava
Pulmonary Artery
Superior Vena Cava
Superior Vena Cava and Inferior Vena Cava

Q 22. The human skeletal framework consists of how many bones by adulthood?



Option:-
106
160
206
260

Q 23. Which of these is an appendicular bone?



Option:-
Rib
Shoulder
Cranium
Sternum

Q 24. If you stretched out the digestive system of an adult, roughly how long would it be?



Option:-
10 feet (3 meters)
50 feet (15 meters)
20 feet (6 meters)
30 feet (9 meters)

Q 25. Which of these is the most common blood type?



Option:-
B-negative
O-positive
A-positive
AB-negative

Q 26. What is another word for your voice box?



Option:-
Larynx
Trachea
Esophagus
Epiglottis

Q 27. What is the biggest part of the brain?



Option:-
Motor cortex
Cerebrum
Cerebellum
Brain stem

Q 28. There are three types of muscles in the body. Which of these is NOT one of them?



Option:-
Lymphatic
Visceral/Smooth
Cardiac
Skeletal

Q 29. How many muscles control your eyeballs?



Option:-
6
5
4
7

Q 30. The heart consists of four chambers: two collecting chambers and two pumping chambers. What are the pumping chambers called?



Option:-
Trachea
Atria
Ventricles
Pumpers

Q 31. What is the anatomical term for the position when the body is lying down with the face pointing upwards?



Option:-
Prone
Supine

Q 32. What is the anatomical term for a flattened, tendon-like material that anchors a muscle and connects it to the body part that it moves?



Option:-
Aponeurosis
Atrophy
Fascia
Sarcoplasm

Q 33. True or False: The central nervous system only consists of the brain and cranial nerves.



Option:-
True
False

Q 34. Which anatomical term refers to movement toward the central axis?



Option:-
Extension
Adduction
Abduction
Flexion

Q 35. Which anatomical plane divides the body into equal right and left halves?



Option:-
Frontal
Transverse
Oblique
Median/Mid-Sagittal

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