Skeleton system by admin_massage2 | Oct 5, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Skeleton system 1. What parts of the body does the appendicular skeleton support?Shoulder girdle, the upper limbs, the pelvic girdle and lower limbsTorsoHead, neck and torsoShoulder girdle and pelvic girdle 2. Which one of the following is an example of a long bone?CarpalsRibsEthmoidPhalanges 3. The scapula falls under which category of bone?Irregular boneFlat boneShort boneSesamoid bone 4. Which one of the following is not a function of the skeleton?ProtectionSupportHeat absorptionMovement 5. Haversian canals can be defined as?Passageways which run lengthwaysPassageways which run lengthways through compact bonePassageways which run lengthways through cancellous bonePassageways found in cancellous bone containing oxygen and nutrients 6. Which bones form the bridge of the nose?Ethmoid bonesNasal boneVomerLacrimal 7. The frontal bone formsThe cheekboneThe lower jawThe upper jawThe forehead 8. The turbinator bone is located on which part of the face?CheekNoseChin 9. The back of the cranium is made up of which bone?OccipitalTemporalParietalLacrimal 10. Where is the foramen magnus located?Occipital boneMandibleParietal boneFrontal bone 11. Which part of the body is the cervical spine positioned?Lower backRibsNeckPelvis 12. How many bones does the lumbar vertebrae contain?12745 13. The shoulder blades are called?SternumClavicleScapulaeRibs 14. The bone at the top of the arm is called?HumerusUlnaRadiusCarpals 15. The wrist bones are known asPhalangesMetacarpalsTarsalsCarpals 16. How many phalanges are there in each hand1214810 17. The heel bone is known as ?Cuboid boneCalcaneus boneNavicular boneCuneiform bone 18. What are the joints?The body's hingesThe body's leversThe body's postural deformitiesThe body's muscles 19. Which of the following is not a cause of postural deformites?CongenitalDietEnvironmentTraumatic 20. A bone that is broken in one place with no damaged tissue is knows as ?An impact fractureA compound fractureA simple fractureA greenstick fracture 21. Which type of arthritis attacks the synovial membranes?Rheumatoid arthritisOsteo arthritisDegenerative arthritisChronic arthritis 22. What type of bones allow movement?Short bonesFlat bonesSesamoid bonesLong bones 23. Which bone helps to form the orbital cavity?EthmoidLacrimalSphenoidParietal 24. Which bone joins the foot to the leg?NavicularCuboidCuneiformTalus 25. Which type of joint is the least moveable of joints?Hinge jointBall and socket jointGliding jointSaddle joint 26. Inflammation of the joints is known as?GoutOsteoporosisNeuritisArthritis 27. Which bone contains the upper teeth?MandibleSpheniodMaxillaVomer 28. Which type of vertebrae is not known as true vertebrae?CervicalSacralThoracicLumbar 29. How many bones does the coccygeal contain?41257 30. What is the structure of slightly moveable joints?Pad of white fibrocartilage between the bonesMuscular tissue between the bonesFibrous tissue between the ends of the bonesA pad of fibrocartilage between the ends of bones 31. The fibula is type of ?Short boneIrregular boneFlat boneLong bone 32. Brittle bone disease is known as?OsteoporosisRheumatoid arthritisFractureSlipped disc 33. How many bones does an adult skeleton have?240206160200 34. Which of the following is a type of sesamoid bone?MaxillaPatellaHumerusTarsals 35. The cheek bone is known asZygomaticTurbinatorFrontalOccipital 36. Which part of the vertebral column carries the ribs?ThoracicLumbarCervicalCoccygeal 37. Deposition of uric acid crystal within the joint capsule is known as?GoutOsteoarthrithisChronicacarthritisPolyarhtrithis 38. The shoulder is an example of which type of joint?PivotBall and socketSaddleGliding 39. Which parts of the body does the axial skeleton support?Head and neckLower limbsHead, neck and torsoShoulder girdle and upper limbs 40. The kneecup is also known as ?The femurThe patellaThe HyoidThe occipital 41. The exaggerated outward curvature of the spine is known as ?LordosisScoliosisCompound curvatureKyphosis 42. The clavicle is more commonly referred to as ?The shoulder bladeThe collar boneThe lower backThe breast bone 43. Which is the following is a type of polyarthritis?GoutOsteoarthritisAcute arhtritisRheumatoid arthritis 44. Short bones can be defines as?Protective bones with broad flat surfacesStrong and compact bones that require little movementBones within tendonsThe body's levers 45. How many bones does the cervical vertebra contain?12547 46. What type of bone is the hyoid bone?Sesamoid boneFlat boneSmall boneIrregular bone 47. Which bone separates the nasal cavities?VomerSphenoidParietalLacrimal 48. The coccyx is formed by the?ThoracicLumbarSacralCoccygeal 49. Which type of joint is only found between the phalanges of the thumb and its metacarpalHingePivotGlindingSaddle 50. An incomplete fracture of a long bone is called?An impacted fractureA greenstick fractureA comminuted fractureA complicated fracture 51. The metacarpals are knowns as?Finger bonesToe bonesPalm bonesAnkle bones 52. Which one of the following is not found in haversian canals?Blood vesselsNervesLymph capillariesBone marrow 53. Which bone is positioned on the inside of each arm towards the thumb?RadiusHumerusCapitateUlna 54. The bone on the sides and lower cranium is known as?ParietalLacrimalOccipitalTemporal 55. The zygomatic bone is a type of ?Flat boneSesamoid boneIrregular boneShort bone 56. A broken bone which damages the tissue aroud it is called?A comminuted fractureA simple fractureA complicated fractureAn impacted fracture 57. Which on of the following is not a tarsal?TalusCuboidPisiformCalcaneus 58. What is the foramen magnus?An exaggerated inward curvature of the spineA large opening in the occipital bone through which upper spinal cord passesAn opening for the passage of the nasolacrimal ductA large bone which forms the chin and sides of the face 59. The spine is made up of how many vertebrae?33212330 60. Saddle joints allow ?Movement around 2 axesMovement in 2 directionsMovement in 1 direction onlyMovement around 1 axis only 61. What type of arthritis causes severe deformity and immobility?OsteoarthritisAnkylosing spondylitisRheumatiod arthritisDegenerative arthritis 62. What type of bone is the maxilla?Long boneFlat boneSesamoid boneIrregular bone 63. Where is the Hyoid bone positioned?ArmLegNoseBase of the tongue 64. The ankle is an example if which type of joint?PivotHingeGlidingSaddle 65. Which of the folloing is an effect of osteoarthritis?Chronic destruction of jointsSevere deformityCartilage of joints breaks downBrittleness of bones 66. Which bone contains the lower teeth?ParietalVomerMandibleHyoid 67. Which bone is positioned on the medial lower leg?RadiusPatellaFibulaTalus 68. What type of bone is the vomer?ShortLongSesamoidFlat 69. Where is the compact bone found?On the outside of most bones and in the shaft of long bonesOn the ends of long bones and flat bonesOn the inside of most bones and in the shaft of long bonesOn the outside of flat and irregular bones and in the shaft of bones 70. What part of the skull does the parietal bone form?Back of the craniumfront of the craniumSides of the craniumTop and sides of the cranium 71. The finger bones are called?The phalangesThe carpalsThe metacarpalsThe metatarsals 72. A compound fracture describes?A broken bone with damaged tissue around itA bone broken in several placesA bone broken in one placeA broken bone which pierces the skin 73. What are bones made of?OsteoblastsBlood vesselsPeriosteumBone marrow 74. Which of the following is not part of the innominate bone?IliumSacrumIschiumPubis 75. The ankle/heel bones are known as?TarsalsMetatarsalsCarpalsMetacarpals 76. Which joint allows a rotary movement?GlidingBall and socketPivotSaddle 77. Which one fo the following is a tarsal bone?CapitateTriquetralTrapezoidNavicular 78. Which one of the following is a type of flat bone?PatellaMandibleNasalTemporal 79. What type of bone resembles honeycomb?Cancellous boneSesamoid boneCompact boneBone marrow 80. Which bone is the only moveable bone on the face?MandibleMaxillaOccipitalFrontal 81. Fibrous joints ?Are freely moveableAre slightly moveableHave no movementMove in one direction 82. An impacted fracture describes?A broken bone where one end is driven onto the othera bone broken in several placesA broken bone which damages tissue around itA broken bone which pierces the skin 83. Which bone provides attachment for the tongue?SphenoidEthmoidHyoidMandible 84. Which is the following bones does not form the pelvis?Innominate bonesCoccyxSacrumFemur 85. Which type of joint is the most moveable of all joints?Ball and socketHingeGlidingPivot 86. An exaggerated inward curvature of the spine is known as?LordosisImpacted curvatureKyphosisScoliosis 87. The breast bone is also known as ?The clavicleThe scapulaeThe sternumThe pelvic girdle 88. Joints which allow movement in one direction only are called?Hinge jointsSaddle jointsPivot jointsBall and socket joints 89. How many tarsals are there in each ankle?147510 90. Where is the lacrimal bone positioned?ForeheadIn the nasal cavityEye socketCheek 91. Where is the bone marrow found?Compact boneHaversian canalCancellous boneSesamoid bone 92. The flat part at the top of the sternum is called?ManubriumPhalangesClavicleInnominate bone 93. How many wrist bones are there in each wrist?51468 94. Cartilaginous joints are also known as?Slightly moveable jointsPivot jointsFreely moveable jointsFixed joints 95. Scoliosis causes ?An exaggerated inward curvature of the spineA sideways curvature of the spineAn exaggerated outward curvature of the spineExaggerated rounded shouldr 96. Which one of the following is a type of irregular bone?SphenoidLacrimalMetacarpalsScapula 97. Which one of the following is a wrist bone?CalcaneusSphenoidHamateEthmoid 98. What is the structure of fixed joints?A pad of white fibrocartilage between the bonesFibrous tissue between the ends of the bonesA pad of fibrocartilage between the bonesElastic tissue between the ends of the bones 99. A bone that is broken in several places is known as?A compound fractureA comminuted fractureA complicated fractureAn impacted fracture 100. Which one of the following is not a writs bone?TrapeziumCapitateLunateMedial Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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