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ANATOMY 1 TEST

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WHICH WORD IS DERIVED FROM THE GREEK WORD MEANING " CUTTING UP"
ANATOMY
WHICH WORD IS DEFINED AS THE STUDY OF THE FUNCTION OF LIVING ORGANISMS AND THEIR PARTS
PHYSIOLOGY
WHICH WORD IS DEFINED AS THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF DISEASE
PATHOLOGY
CELLS ARE
THE SMALLEST LIVING UNITS OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN THE BODY
THE HEART IS AN EXAMPLE OF AN
ORGAN
THE SUPINE POSITION
DESCRIBES THE BODY LYING FACE UP
THE PRONE POSITION
DESCRIBES THE BODY LYING FACE DOWN
THE OPPOSITE TERM FOR POSTERIOR IN HUMANS IS
ANTERIOR AND VENTRAL
THE OPPOSITE OF SUPERFICIAL IS
DEEP
THE BODY SECTION THAT DIVIDES THE NOSE FROM THE BACK OF THE HEAD IS A
FRONTAL SECTION
THE BODY SECTION THAT DIVIDES THE RIGHT EAR FROM THE LEFT EAR IS A
SAGITTAL SECTION
A SECTION THAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO MIRROR IMAGES IS A
MIDSAGITTAL SECTION
THE TWO MAJOR BIDY CAVITIES ARE CALLED
DORSAL AND VENTRAL
THE LIVER CAN BE FOUND IN THE
UPPER RIGHT QUADRANT AND EPIGASTRIC REGION
THE HUMAN BODY TRIES TO MAINTAIN A CONSTANT BODY TEMPERATURE. THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF
HOMESTASIS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BODY FUNCTIONS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A POSITIVE FEEDBACK LOOP
FORMING A BLOOD CLOT AND UTERINE CONTRACTIONS DURING LABOR
WHICH OF THESE TERMS CANNOT BE APPLIED TO THE BODY IN THE ANATOMICAL POSITION
SUPINE
WHICH DESCRIBES THE ANATOMICAL RELATIONSHIP OF THE WRIST TO THE ELBOW
THE ELBOW IS PROXIMAL TO THE WRIST
A CORONAL PLANE OR SECTION IS ANOTHER TERM FOR A
FRONTAL PLANE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT PART OF THE CELL
INTERSTITIAL FLUID
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT PART OF THE PLASMA MEMBRANE
TRIGLYCERIDES
TISSUE TYPING USES INFORMATION
FOUND ON THE CELL MEMBRANE
WHICH ORGANELLES CAN BE CALLED THE "DIGESTIVE BAGS" OF THE CELL
LYSOSOMES
WHAT ARE THE "PROTEIN FACTORIES" OF THE CELL
RIBOSOMES
WHICH ARE SMALL FINGERLIKE PROJECTIONS ON THE PLASMA MEMBRANE THAT INCREASES THE CELL'S ABILITY TO ABSORB SUBSTANCES
MICROVILLI
WHICH STRUCTURE MAKES NEW MEMBRANES FOR THE CELL
SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE CALLED THE "POWER PLANTS" OF THE CELL
MITOCHONDRIA
WHICH STRUCTURE HAS RIBOSOMES ATTACHES TO IT AND HELPS TRANSPORT PROTEINS THROUGHOUT
SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
ONLY ABOUT HALF THE POPULATION HAS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANELLES
FLAGELLA
WHAT IS THE MOVEMENT OF WATER FROM AN AREA OF HIGHER CONCENTRATION TO AN AREA OF LOWER CONCETRATION THROUGH A SELECTIVELY PERMEABLE MEMBRANE
OSMOSIS
THE STRATUM CORNEUM
IS COMPOSED MOSTLY OF DEAD CELLS
DURING WHICH PHASE OF MITOSIS DOES A CLEAVAGE FURROW BEGIN TO APPEAR
ANAPHASE
CHROMATIN BECOMES "ORGANIZED" DURING WHICH PHASE OF MITOSIS
ANAPHASE
DURING WHICH PHASE OF MITOSIS DO THE CHROMOSOMES MOVE TO OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE CELL
ANAPHASE
DURING WHICH PHASE OF MITOSIS DO TWO NUCLEI APPEAR AND THE CHROMOSOMES BECOME LESS DISTINCT
TELOPHASE
WHIDH TYPE OF TISSUEE ALLOWS FOR RAPID COMMUNICATION BETWEEN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE BODY
NERVOUS
WHICH TYPE OF TISSUE COVERS THE BODY AND LINES MANY OF THE PARTS OF THE BODY
EPITHELIAL
WHICH TYPE OF TISSUE CAN BE CLASSIFIED BY THE SHAPE OF ITS CELLS
EPITHELIAL
WHICH PROCESS DOES NOT RELY ON ACTIVE TRANSPORT
SODIUM-POTASSIUM PUMP
A CODON CONSISTS OF WHICH NUMBER OF NUCLEOTIDES
THREE
WHICH TERM REFERS TO AN INCREASE IN CELL SIZE
HYPERTROPHY
WHICH TERM REFERS TO AN INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CELLS
HYPERPLASIA
THE BODY'S HEAVIEST ORGAN IS THE
SKIN
THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OFTHE SKIN IS
PROTECTION
MUSXLE IS CONNECTED TO BONE BY
TENDONS
WHICH TYPE OF MUSCLE TISSUE IS FOUND IN THE STOMACH
SMOOTH
THE THYMUS GLAND IS PART OF WHAT SYSTEM
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
WHICH PART OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM EXCHANGES OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE
ALVEOLI
WHICH OF THESE ORGANS IS AN ACCESSORY ORGAN OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
LIVER
IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE DRUGS ARE GIVEN AFTER
ORGAN TRANSPLANTS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT CONSIDERED PART OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
`THE CRANIAL NERVES
WHICH STRUCTURE IS NOT PART OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
PANCREAS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A SYMPTOM
A HEADACHE AN PAIN IN THE CHEST
ANOTHER NAME FOR THE LATENT STAGE IN AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE IS WHAT STAGE
INCUBATION
AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE THAT AFFECTS A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WORLDWIDE IS CALLED
PANDEMIC
WHICH OF THESE FACTORS IS NOT A RISK FACTOR
AUTOIMMUNITY
ORGANISMS THAT ARE CALLED MICROBES INCLUDE
FUNGI, BACTERIA, AND PROTOZOA
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PATHOGENS ARE CONSIDERED NONLIVING
VIRUSES
MAD COW DISEASE IS CAUSED BY
PRION
WHICH TYPE OF PATHOGEN IS A MICROSCOPIC LIVING ORGANISM THAT DOES NOT HAVE A NUCLEUS
BACTERIUM
BACTERIA THAT ARE ROD-SHAPED ARE CALLED
BACILLI
ATHLETE'S FOOT IS CAUSED BY A
FUNGUS
THE PATHOGENIC ANIMAL MOST LIKELY TO BE A VECTOR IS A
ARTHROPOD
AN EXAMPLE OF A BENIGN TUMOR THAT ARISES FROM EPITHELIAL TISSUE IS
ADENOMA
AN EXAMPLE OF A MALIGNANT TUMOR THAT ARISES FROM EPITHELIAL TISSUE IS
MELANOMA
AN EXAMPLE OF A MALIGNANT TUMOR THAT ARISES FROM CONNECTIVE TISSUE IS
LYMPHOMA
ABNORMAL, UNDIFFERENTIATED TUMOR CELLS ARE OFTEN PRODUCED BY A PROCESS CALLED
ANAPLASIA
WHICH OF THESE ARE DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING METHOD USED TO DETECT CANCER
RADIOGRAPHY, MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING, AND COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY
INFLAMMATION MEDIATORS INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT
ANTIBODIES
THE MOVEMENT OF WHITE BLOOD CELLS IN RESPONSE TO A CHEMICAL ATTRACTANT RELEASED DURING THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE IS CALLED
CHEMOTAXIS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE OF CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE
ARTHITIS, ASTHMA, AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS
A SYNDROME IS A
COLLECTION OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
THE MOSQUITO IS NECESSARY FOR THE SPREAD OF
WEST NILE VIRUS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN EPITHELIAL MEMBRANE
CUTANEOUS, MUCOUS, AND SEROUS
THE LINING OF THE MOUTH IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT MEMBRANE
MUCOUS
THE VISCERAL PERITONEUM COVERS THE _____ OF THE _____ CAVITY
ORGANS AND ABDOMINAL
WHICH TYPE OF MEMBRANE LINES THE SPACE BETWEEN BONES IN JOINTS THAT MOVE
SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE
WHICH STATEMENT IS TRUE OF THE EPIDERMIS
IT IS THE OUTERMOST LAYER OF SKIN
WHICH STATEMENT IS TRUE OF THE DERMIS
IT IS COMPOSED MOSTLY OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE
THE SKIN TANS IN RESPONSE TO SUNLIGHT BECAUSE OF THE _______ IN THE STRATUM________________.
MELANIN AND GERMINATIVUM
A BLISTER FORMS AT THE JUNCTION OF THE
DERMIS AND EPIDERMIS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT FOUND IN THE DERMIS OF THE SKIN
MELANOCYTES, WHICH GIVE THE SKIN COLOR
HAIR GROWTHE BEGINS FROM A SMALL CUP-SHAPED CLUSTER OF CELLS CALLED THE
HAIR PAPILLA
THE LAYER OF EPITHELIAL TISSUE UNDER THE FINGERNAIL IS CALLED THE
NAIL BED
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT AN EXAMPLE OF AN ECCRINE GLAND
SEBACEOUS GLAND
WHICH TYPE OF GLAND SECRETES OIL FOR THE SKIN AND HAIR
SEBACEOUS GLAND
WHICH SKIN INFECTION IS ALSO CALLED FURUNCLES
BOILS
WHICH SKIN INFECTION IS CAUSED BY A PAPILLOMAVIRUS
WARTS
WHAT IS ANOTHER TERM FOR A PRESSURE SORE
DECUBITUS
WHICH SKIN DISORDER RESULTS FROM AN AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE
SCLERODERMA
WHICH IS THE COMMON TYPE OF SKIN CANCER
SQUAMOUS CELL CANCINOMA
WHICH IS THE SERUOUS FORM OF SKIN CANCER THAT CAN DEVELOP FROM A MOLE
MELANOMA
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MEMBRANES DO NOT CONTAIN EPITHELIAL TISSUE
SYNOVIAL
THE PARIETAL PLEURA COVERS THE________OF THE __________CAVITY
WALL AND CHEST
A MEMBRANT THAT LINES A CLOSED BODY CAVITY IS MOST LIKELY A _________MEMBRANE
SEROUS
WHICH MEMBRANE LINES THE MEDULLARY CAVITY
ENDOSTEUM
WHICH IS THE LOCATION IN THE LONG BONE WHERE HEMATOPOIESIS OCCURS
EPIPHYSIS
THE STRUCTURAL UNIT OF COMPACT BONE IS CALLED THE
OSTEON
BONE-BUILDING CELLS ARE CALLED
OSTEOBLASTS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE CARTILAGE CELLS
CHONDROCYTES
WHICH OF THESE ARE BONE-RESORBING CELLS
OSTEOCLASTS
THE SKELETON CAN STILL GROW AS LONG AS THERE IS CARTILAGE LEFT IN THE
EPIPHYSEAL PLATE
WHICH BONES OF THE SKULL CONTAIN SINUSES
FRONTAL, SPHENOID, AND ETHMOID
AN ABNORMAL SIDE-TO-SIDE CURVE IN THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN IS CALLED
SCOLIOSIS
THERE ARE HOW MANY PAIRS OF TRUE RIBS
7
THE SUTURES ARE AN EXAMPLE OF WHICH TYPE OF JOINT
SYNARTHROSES
A SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE WOULD MOST LIKELY BE FOUND IN
A HINGE JOINT
ANOTHER NAME FOR A COMPOUND FRACTURE IS AN___________FRACTURE
OPEN
BOUCHARD NOBES ARE A COMMON SIGN OF WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITION
OSTEOARTHRITIS
SUBLLUXATION IS ANOTHER TERM FOR
DISLOCATION
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE FORMS OF INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, GOUTY ARTHRITIS, AND INFECTIOUS ARTHRITIS
THE STORAGE FUNCTION OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM REFERS TO THE STORAGE OF THE
MINERAL CALCIUM FOR THE BODY
THE FRONTAL BONE OF THE SKULL IS AN EXAMPLE OF A__________BONE
FLAT
THE REGION OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN THAT CONTAINS THE LARGEST NUMBER OF BONES IS THE
THORACIC
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING OF THE BONES THAT MAKES UP THE HIP BONE
ILIUM, ISCHIUM, AND PUBIS
ANOTHER NAME FOR A VOLUNTARY MUSCLE IS
STRIATED AND SKELETAL
INTERCALATED DISKS ARE FOUND IN
CARDIAC MUSCLE
WHICH TYPER OF MUSCLE TISSUE CONTAINS STRIATIONS
VOLUNTARY MUSCLE AND CARDIAC MUSCLE
ANOTHER NAME FOR VISCERAL MUSCLE IS
SMOOTH MUSCLE
IN THE BENDING OF THE ELBOW
THE BICEPS BRACHII IS THE PRIME MOVER
TONIC CONTRACTIONS
HELP MAINTAIN POSTURE
LIFTING A BOOK OFF THE DESK IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT TYPE OF CONTRACTION
ISOTONIC
MUSCLE HYPERTROPHY
IS AN INCREASE IN MUSCLE SIZE
IF THE MUSCLES OF A WEIGHTLIFTER AND A MARATHON RUNNER WERE COMPARED, THE MARATHON RUNNER WOULD HAVE
MORE MITOCHONDRIA IN EACH MUSCLE CELL
IF THE MUSCLES OF A WEIGHLIFTER AND A MARATHON RUNNER WERE COMPARED, THE WEIGHTLIFTER WOULD HAVE
LARGER MUSCLE CELLS
THE MOVEMENT THAT IS OPPOSITE OF FLEXION IS
EXTENSION
SHAKING YOUR HEAD "NO" IS WHAT TYPE OF MOVEMENT
ROTATION
WHICH TYPE OF MUSCLE IS CHARACTERIZED BY CELLS WITH TAPERED ENDS AND A SINGLE NUCLEUS
SMOOTH
WHICH TYPE OF MUSCLE TISSUE SPECIALIZES IN CONTRACTION OR SHORTENING
CARDIAC, SMOOTH, AND STRIATED
THE INSERTION OF A MUSCLE IS THE
ATTACHMENT TO THE MOVE MOVABLE MUSCLE
WHICH TYPE OF CONTRACTION CAN BE SEEN IN AN ISOLATED MUSCLE BUT PLAYS A MINIMAL ROLE IN NORMAL MUSCLE ACTIVITY
TWITCH
MOVING A BODY PART AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY IS CALLED
ABDUCTION
THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM IS A SUBDIVISION OF THE ___________NERVOUS SYSTEM
PERIPHERAL
AXONS
CARRY NERVE IMPULSES AWAY FROM THE CELL BODY
DENDRITES
ARE USUALLY HIGHLY BRANCHED
SENSORY NEURONS ARE ALSO CALLED
AFFERENT NEURONS
ANOTHER NAME FOR CONNECTING NEURONS IS
INTERNEURONS
WHICH TYPE OF GLIA CELL PRODUCES MYELIN FOR CELLS IN THE BRAIN
OLIGODENDROCYTES
THE OUTERMOST COVERING OF A NERVE IS CALLED THE
EPINEURIUM
THE MOST SIMPLE NERVOUS SYSTEM PATHWAY
IS A TWO-NEURON PATHWAY
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING NEUROTRANSMITTERS ARE CONSIDERED A CATECHOLAMINE
NOREPINEPHRINE, DOPAMINE, AND SEROTONIN
THE VITAL CENTERS ARE LOCATED IN THE
MEDULLA OBLONGATA
THE OUTERMOST LAYER OF THE MENINGES IS THE
DURA MATER
ANOTHER NAME FOR TIC DOULOUREUX IS
TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA
IF A PERSON NEVER HAD CHICKENPOX, IT IS LESS LIKELY THAT HE OR SHE WILL EVER HAVE
SHINGLES
THE SOMATIC NERVOUS SYSTEM CARRIES IMPULSES FROM THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD TO
SKELETAL MUSCLES
SOMATIC MOTOR NEURONS
CONNECT THE SPINAL CORD TO THE EFFECTOR ORGAN WITH ONLY ONE NEURON
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING NEURONS IS CLASSIFIED AS A CHOLINERGIC FIBER
PARASYMPATHETIC PREGANGLIONIC NEURON AND SYMPATHETIC PREGANGLIONIC NEURON
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING NEURONS IS CLASSIFIED AS AN ADRENERGIC FIBER
SYMPATHETIC POSTGANGLIONIC NEURON
THE OUTER MEMBRANE OF A SCHWANN CELL IS CALLED THE
NEUROLEMMA
THE INDENTATIONS BETWEEN SCHWANN CELLS ARE CALLED
THE NOBES OF RANVIER
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE OF A MORPHINELIKE NEURONTRANSMITTER
ENKEPHALIN
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS CONSIDERED PART OF THE BRAINSTEM
MEDULLA OBLONGATA, PONS, AND MIDBRAIN
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS PART OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
CRANIAL NERVES, SPINAL NERVES, AND THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
THE EYE CAN BE CONSIDERED A
SPECIAL SENSE
THE SENSE OF SMELL CAN BE CONSIDERED A
SPECIAL SENSE AND CHEMORECEPTOR
THE SENSE OF TOUCH CAN BE CONSIDERED A
GENERAL SENSE
THE PART OF THE BODY THAT IS LEAST ABL TO DISTINGUISH A ONE-POINT STIMULUS FROM A TWO-POINT STIMULUS IS THE
BACK
MUSCLE SPINDLES CAN BE CONSIDERED A
PROPRIOCEPTOR
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE THE LAYERS OF TISSUE THAT FORMS THE EYEBALL
SCLERA, RETINA, AND CHOROID
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE RETINA
RODS, CONES, AND MACULA LUTEA
LIGHT PASSES THROUGH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURES TO GET TO THE RETINA EXCEPT THE
PALPEBRAL FISSURE
IF THE EYEBALL IS ELONGATED, IT CAUSES WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS
MYOPIA OR NEARSIGHTEDNESS
THE LEADING CAUSE OF PERMANENT BLINDNESS IN THE ELDERLY IS
MACULAR DEGENERATION
THE EXTERNAL EAR ENDS AT THE
TYMPANIC MEMBRANE
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ARE THE BONES OF THE MIDDLE EAR
STAPES, INCUS, AND MALLEUS
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURES IN THE INNER EAR IS THE ORGAN OF HEARING
COCHLEA
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE ABOUT THE SENSE OF SMELL
IT IS A CHEMORECEPTOR
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE "WHITE" OF THE EYE
SCLERA
WHICH COLOR IS NOT A TYPE OF CONE FOUND IN THE RETINA
YELLOW
WHICH DISORDER OF THE EYE IS CAUSED BY AN ABNORMAL ACCUMULATION OF AQUEOUS HUMOR IN THE EYE
GLAUCOMA
WHICH IS THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE ABOUT THE SENSE OF TASTE
THERE ARE FOUR PRIMARY TASTES
ANATOMY DEALS WITH THE STUDY OF STRUCTURE, WHEREAS PHYSIOLOGY DEALS WITH THE STUDY OF FUNCTION
TRUE
THE RIGHT HYPOCHONDRIAC REGION IS COMPLETELY IN THE RIGHT UPPER QUADRANT OF THE ABDOMEN
TRUE
THE SODIUM-POTASSIUM PUMP IS AND EXAMPLE OF AN ACTIVE TRANSPORT MECHANISM
TRUE
THE BONES OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM ARE USED TO STORE CALCIUM AND SODIUM NEEDED BY THE BODY
FALSE
THE THYMUS GLAND AND THYROID GLAND ARE LOCATED THE NECK
FALSE
THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM EVENTUALLY RETURNS LYMPH BACK TO THE BLOODSTREAM
TRUE
ONE CHAARACTERISTIC OF VIRAL DISEASES IS THEIR RAPID ONSET AFTER THE INITIAL INFECTION
FALSE
THE SKIN IS CONSIDERED TO BE A CUTANEOUS EPITHELIAL MEMBRANE
TRUE
THE LUNGS ARE COVERED BY THE PARIETAL PLEURA
FALSE
THE CONTRACTION OF THE ARRECTOR PILI MUSCLE CAUSES THE SKIN TO RECOIL BACK IF IT IS PULLED AWAY FROM THE UNDERLYING TISSUE
FALSE
THE NAIL ROOT IS HIDDEN BECAUSE IT IS COVERED BY A FOLD OF SKIN CALLED THE LUNULA
FALSE
IF THE BODY REQUIRES MORE CALCIUM IN THE BLOOD, THE ACTIVITY OF OSTEOCLASTS WILL INCREASE
TRUE
NONMOVING JOINTS ARE CALLED DIARTHROTIC JOINTS
FALSE
THE CERVICAL REGION OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN CONTAINS MORE BONES THAN ANY OTHER REGION
FALSE
IN AN ISOTONIC CONTRACTION, THE ORIGIN POINT MOVES TOWARD THE INSERTION POINT
FALSE
THE MAIN EFFECT OF ENDURANCE TRAINING IS AN INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF BLOOD VESSELS IN A MUSCLE
TRUE
MYASTHENIA GRAVIS IS A CONDITION THAT IS CARRIED ON THE X CHROMOSOME
FALSE
BURSAE AND TENDON SHEATHS ARE LINED WITH SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE
TRUE
IF A STROKE MADE A PERSON UNABLE TO SEE, THE STROKE WOULD HAVE DAMAGED THE PERSON'S TEMPORAL LOBE
FALSE
MOST OF THE CRANIAL NERVES COME FROM THE FRONTAL AND PARIETAL LOBES OF THE BRAIN
FALSE