Skeletal System Re-Test



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BCTAL Skeletal System Re-Test
I. Match the following:


A) epiphyseal plate

B) axis

C) phalanges

D) ulna

E) atlas

F) squamosal

G) Humerus

H) lambdoid

I) radius






1. Area where bone growth takes place.




2. Forearm bone that articulates w/the lunate carpal bone.




3. Suture between the parietal & temporal bones.




4. Bone that articulates with the glenoid fossa & scapula.




5. Forearm bone that articulates with the navicular carpal bone.




6. Circle of bone that articulates superiorly with the occipital condyles




7. Suture between the occipital & parietal bones.

II. True or False:

8. Hematopoiesis refers to the formation of blood cells within the red marrow cavities of certain bones.
9. Boney depressions allow for growth of the brain in infants.

10. Ribs numbered 11 & 12 are true ribs because they have no anterior attachments.

11. The layman’s name for the scapula is the collarbone.

12. Costal cartilages join ribs to the sternum.

13. In anatomical position, the lateral forearm bone is the radius.
III. Multiple choice:

14. Which of the following is NOT a function of the skeletal system:

A. support B. storage of minerals C. production of blood cells D. movement
15. The axial skeleton contains:

A. the skull, vertebral column, & pelvis B. arms, legs, hands, & feet

C. the skull, vertebral column, & rib cage D. the shoulder & pelvic girdles
16. The sutures that connects the 2 paretal bones together is the _____ suture.

A. Coronal B. squamosal C. lambdoidal D. sagittal


17. The suture that connects the parietal bones to the occipital bone is the ____ suture.

A. Coronal B. squamosal C. lambdoidal D. sagittal


7lse depressions
18. The foramen magnum passes through the:

A. occipital bone B. temporal bone


19. The mastoid process is a landmark on the:

A. parietal bone B. ethmoid bone C. sphenoid bone D. temporal bone


20. There are ____ pair of true ribs, whereas there are ____ pair of floating ribs.

A. 5; 7 B. 5; 2 C. 7; 5 D. 7; 2


21. The greater trochanter is located on the:

A. tibia B. Humerus C. femur D. ulna


22. The 2 largest foot bones are the:

A. distal & middle phalanges B. metatarsals 1 & 2

C. talus & calcaneus D. cuboid & 3rd cuneiform

IV. Short answer


24. Give the medical name for the distal head of the fibula.

25. Give the medical name for the distal head of the tibia:

26. How many bones are in the adult human body?

27. Give the medical name for the heel bone.

28. A fracture where the bone break cleanly but does not penetrate the skin is termed a ______ Fx.
V. Identify the Diagrams:

Skull:





29.

suture #1


    1. maxilla







30

bone # 2


    1. zygomatic




31

bone # 4


    1. lamboidal




32

bone # 5


    1. coronal




33

bone #6


    1. squamosal




34

bone # 7


    1. mandible




35

suture # 8


    1. nasal




36

bone # 9


    1. parietal










    1. occipital










    1. frontal


Skeleton:




37.

bone #1

  1. Fibula








38.

bone # 2

  1. Patella




39.

bone #6

  1. Humerus




40.

bone # 7

  1. Femur




41.

bone # 8

  1. Clavicle




42.

bone # 9

  1. Sternum










  1. Phalanges










  1. Ulna










  1. Tibia










  1. Radius

  2. Illium

  3. Ischium





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