5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- thoracic duct
- loose connective tissue
- longitudinal axis
- transverse plane (axial plane)
- a plane of movement that divides the body horizontally into superior and inferior halves.
- b connective tissue that contains high levels of ground substance and few fibers.
- c largest lymphatic vessel in the body and one of two terminal vessels that empty into the brachiocephalic vein.
- d imaginary line that intersects the transverse plane at a right angle around which rotation occurs
- e a group of cells that share a similar structure and function
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- cartilage made of a dense network of collagen fibers that cushions and enhances joint continuity found in the vertebral disks and meniscus of the knee
- joint movement occurring on the frontal plane around a sagittal axis that results in movement towards the midline.
- bundle of muscle fibers surronded by perimysium.
- connection between the axon of a nerve cell and a muscle cell
- cells that produce and secrete the proteins that make up the fibers in the extracellular matrix of connective tissue.
5 True/False Questions
Involuntary → not under conscious control
sagittal axis → plane of movement that divides the body vertically into right and left halves
thixotropy → convergence of the dense connective tissue of myofascia that connects muscle to bone.
lateral → region term indicating away from the midline
lymph node → type of bone that is longer than it is wide and characterized by a distinct shaft and bumpy ends