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Denticulate ligaments are thickenings of
 
  a) arachnoid mater.
  b) pia mater.
  c) dura mater.
  d) interstitial fluid.
  e) subdural space.



(Question 2) Which of the following regions of a sarcomere contain thin filaments?
 
  a) I band
  b) A band
  c) H zone
  d) Both I band and A band.
  e) All of these answer choices are correct.



(Question 3) Describe the steps in bone repair.
 
  What will be an ideal response



(Question 4) The muscle that serves as the prime mover  during a movement is called the
 
  a) antagonist.
  b) agonist.
  c) synergist.
  d) asynergist.
  e) fixator.



(Question 5) What is the function of the interosseous membrane between the ulna and radius?
 
  a) Joins the shafts of two bones
  b) Tendon attachment
  c) Site of bone repair
  d) Both site of tendon attachment and bone repair
  e) None of these choices are correct.



(Question 6) With respect to neurons, the term nerve fiber  refers to
 
  a) an axon.
  b) a dendrite
  c) a Nissl body.
  d) both axons and dendrites.
  e) all of these choices



(Question 7) An increase in bone growth is promoted by which hormones?
 
  a) calcitriol and parathyroid hormone
  b) calcitonin and calcitriol
  c) human growth hormone and parathyroid hormone
  d) parathyroid hormone and insulin
  e) All of the other selections are correct.



(Question 8) Briefly describe the bones that make up the orbit of the eye. Include a description of the portion of the orbit formed by each bone.
 
  What will be an ideal response



(Question 9) This type of fascicle arrangement has the fascicles spread over a broad area and converges at a thick central tendon.
 
  a) triangular
  b) pennate
  c) circular
  d) fusiform
  e) multipennate



(Question 10) Which of the following structures on the ulna receives the trochlea of the humerus?
 
  a) Olecranon fossa
  b) Coronoid process
  c) Trochlear notch
  d) Radial notch
  e) Capitulum
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1) b

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2) d

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3) after the break in the bone occurs, blood vessels in that area are damaged and blood surrounds the fracture. The blood solidifies to form a clot, which reduces bleeding. White blood cells migrate into the area to remove bacteria and damaged cells. Osteoclasts migrate in to remove dead bone matrix. Secondly, fibroblasts migrate into the fracture to form a plate of cartilage to prevent further movement and damage at the fracture site. Thirdly, osteoblasts invade to replace the cartilage with bone matrix in the form of spongy bone. Lastly, the bone matrix will be remodeled as compact bone replaces spongy bone.

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4) b

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5) a

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6) d

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7) b

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8) Parts of the frontal and sphenoid bones comprise the roof of the orbit. Parts of the zygomatic and sphenoid bones form the lateral wall of the orbit. Parts of the maxilla, zygomatic and palatine bones make up the floor of the orbit. Parts of the maxilla, lacrimal, ethmoid, and sphenoid bones form the medial wall of the orbit.

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9) a

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10) c
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Makes more sense now, TY
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