Chapter 3 Study Set
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Which of the three types of nerves carry messages from the brain to the muscles?
2 glands that make up the integumentary system
Sudoriferous and sebaceous
Hair growth, skin conditions, and energy levels are all controlled by which system?
Which organ converts and neutralizes ammonia from the circulatory system to urea?
Which system eliminates solid liquid and gaseous waste products
What gets released by he salivary glands to help break down food?
Which nervous system is responsible for all involuntary body functions?
What types of nerves are in the arm and hand? Motor, sensory, or mixed?
The mandibular nerve branch extends to the muscles of the chin and the:
eyes, cheeks, ears, or lower lip?
Which nerves carry messages from the brain to the muscles? Motor, sensory, or mixed?
What is the main nerve branch consisting of the top 1/3 of the face?
Maxillary, mandibular, or ophthalmic?
Which structures of the nerve cells receive messages sent by the nerve terminals?
Dentrites, neurons, or axons?
The long and short thread-like fibers that differentiate nerve cells from other cells are called:
The peripheral nervous system is composed of what types of nerves?
Sensory and motor
Part of the brain that controls and coordinates muscle movements is the:
Cerebrum, cerebellum or pons?
How much does the average human brain weigh?
What main system controls all three subsystems of the nervous system?
The brain, spinal cord, and spinal and cranial nerves all compose which nervous system?
Central Nervous System
Neurology is the study of:
The nervous system
Which of the following is NOT a facial nerve branch?
buccal, temporal, mandibular, or medulla oblongata?
If you draw your hand back from touching a hot stove, what is this interaction between sensory and motor nerves called?
Reflex action, sensory action, receptor action, or trifacial action?
Which of the following is a problem cosmetologists can develop from long periods of standing?
Varicose veins, tendonitis, diabetes, or heart condition?
Which phase of metabolism involves breaking down larger molecules into smaller ones?
During which process does the body store water, food, and oxygen for times when they are needed by the body?
The bone that sits under the ethmoid that forms part of the nasal septum. Not effected by massage...
Vomer ("Vomer got his Septum pierced!")
Flat thin bone that forms part of the nasal septum
This material makes up 2/3 of the composition of bones.
minerals (Calcium carbonate & Calcium phosphate)
This material makes up 1/3 of the composition of bones.
Organic matter (cells and blood)
This is made up of 14 bones
This one bone joins all of the bones of the cranium together
Light, spongy bone between the eye sockets, forms part of the nasal cavities
Forms the bridge of the nose (2)
Small, thin bones located at the front of the inner wall of the orbits (2)
Lacrimals ("criminals have tattoos of tears to represent how many people they have murdered")
Hindmost bone of the skull, forms the back of the skull above the nape.
Forms the cheek and cheekbones
Zygomatic/ malar bones
Forms the forehead
What are the 2 types of joints
Moveable (elbows, knees, hips)
Immovable (Pelvis, skill)
Number of bones of the cranium
Forms the upper jaw (2)
Number of bones in the body
oval bony case that protects the brain
Forms the sides of the head in the ear region
number of bones of the face
Lower jawbone, largest and strongest bone of the face
The study of anatomy, structure, and function of the bones
Connection between two or more bones
Forms the sides and the crown (top) of the cranium (2)
Three bones that are not affected by massage
Ethmoid, Sphenoid, and vomer
The non-moving portion of the muscle attached to bone or other fixed muscle is the:
Origin, belly, insertion, or ligament?
What term means "located above" or "is larger"?
What term means "behind" or "in back of"?
Which muscle is the only one of its kind in the body?
Striated muscles can be described by which of the following statements?
Controlled by the autonomic nervous system,
Respond to commands regulated by will,
or only found in the heart?
Respond to commands only regulated by will
Bone that is also referred to as the "Adam's Apple"
The muscle that raises the eyebrows is called:
Auricularis anterior, epicranius, frontalis,
The portion of the muscle that is joined to movable attachments, such as bones is the:
origin, belly, insertion, or ligament
The midsection of a muscle is called the:
Which muscles circles the eye socket and closes the eyelid?
What are the deltoid muscles?
Muscles that cover the shoulders