Anatomy and Physiology chap 11 final

Which of the following correctly describes phantom limb pain?
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which of the following is not a taste that the tongue's special sense can detect?spicywhere is the eardrum located?between the middle and the outer earthe sense of taste is referred to as:gustatoryarrange the ossicles in the direction that sound waves would travel through them in order to be sent to the brain for interpretation:malleus, incus, stapeswhich of the three layers of the eyeball is highly vascularized and also contains the iris?choroidwhen there is low light, the iris will:relaxthe retina continues posteriorly to the back of the eye socket and forms what nerve?opticthe function of earwax is to:trap foreign particleswhat is the function of the muscles surrounding the lens of the eye?to alter the shape of the lens, making it either thinner or thickerwhen the iris contracts, what part of the eye changes, and in what way?pupil becomes smallerwhich of the following taste receptors responds to glutamates?umamiwhere are the olfactory receptors?top of the nasal cavitywhen anne was 9 years old, she started having difficulty seeing the board from the back of the classroom. the teacher did not change the size of her writing to cause this gradual change in visual acuity. it was evident that anne was in the early stages of:myopiareceptor of the skin, which includes touch, heat, and pain, are referred to as:cutaneous sensessound travels best in:solid or liquid mediuman abscess that forms at the base of an eyelash is called?styeincreased pressure in the fluid of the eye is this condition:glaucomathe medical term for nearsightedness is:myopiamacular degeneration results in the loss of _____ vision.centralexternal otitis is more commonly known as:swimmer's ear______ hearing loss occurs when sound waves are prevented from reaching the inner ear.conductivea chronic, progressive disorder in which extra bone grows in the middle ear is called:osteosclerosisinflammation of the inner ear, often caused by high fever, is called:labrynthitissurgery to insert tubes through the tympanic membrane is known as:myringotomy