5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a smooth, rounded articular process on a bone.
- b composition of proteins by enzymes of aerobic bacteria; aerobic proteolysis
- c withdrawal of gas, fluids, and semi-solids from body cavities and hollow viscera by means of suction with an aspirator and a trocar.
- d antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin against a firm object resulting in the removal of the epidermis
- e disease of the arteries resulting in thickening, hardening, and loss of elasticity of the arterial walls.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- concentrated embalming chemicals which are injected into the cavities of the body following the aspiration in cavity embalming. Cavity fluid can also be used as the chemical in hypodermic and surface embalming.
- insufficient intake of oxygen resulting from numerous causes.
- a compound of hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen that is an aldehyde or ketone derivative of polyhydroxyl alcohol. Examples are sugars, starches, and glycogen.
- death of the individual cells of the body.
- prolongation of the last violent contraction of the muscles into the rigidity of death.
5 True/False Questions
Anatomical guidd → descriptive references for locating arteries and veins by means of anatomical structures which are known.
Calvarium clamp → device used to fasten the calvarium to the cranium after a cranial autopsy.
Aerobic → fatty degeneration or thickening of the walls of the larger arteries occurring in atherosclerosis.
Edema → irreversible cessation of brain activity and loss of consciousness; death beginning at the brain.
Arterial tube → embalming instrument, inserted into a vein, used to aid the drainage of venous blood from the body.