Hi again Nicola and welcome back to Just Answer!My name is XXXXX XXXXX it will be my pleasure to help you today. I've helped you with other questions in the past.Can you please post the questions to this exam (and its title) and I will let you know if I have the resources to answer them?I do have a set of answers but they are a few years old, and as you know, PF frequently changes their questions and question order, in addition to the number of the exam, itself.Thanks,Cher
INTRODUCTION TO VETERINARY TERMINOLOGY
Hi again, Nikki.Thank you for the title of the exam. That's what I thought it was. I answered this a few years ago, and only have the letter answers. If I send that as an answer, it's most likely not going to line up with your current questions, since PF changes their exams very often, that's why having the questions is so important.Is it possible for you to send the actual questions from the test and I will be happy to answer them for you. Also, do you have the study guide for this exam? The exam questions are usually at the end of the study guide, or are they not doing that anymore?Thanks,Cher
The bottom of a horse's front hoof is the _______ surface.
cells with flagella.
found in the plasma membrane.
"batteries" that provide energy for cells.
organelles that contain the genetic material for the cell.
The bottom of a dog's hind foot is the _______ surface.
Which of the following is the correct term for diseases that are transmittable from animals to humans?
A cystocentesis is a
puncture into the chest cavity.
puncture into the abdominal cavity.
surgery to open up the urinary bladder.
puncture into the bladder to remove urine.
A median plane is also called a _______ plane.
The popliteal lymph node is located
under the jaw.
near the shoulder.
behind the knee.
near the groin.
The terms ac, al, ary, and ic are all
adjective suffixes meaning "pertaining to."
noun suffixes indicating procedures.
prefixes that function as prepositions.
pseudosuffixes formed from roots.
The correct order for analyzing the parts of medical terms is
prefix, root, suffix.
suffix, root, prefix.
root, suffix, prefix.
suffix, prefix, root.
Which of the following is not a tissue type?
A karyotype is a picture of
An osteocyte is a
tumor on the ear.
Suppose that a new medical specialty has emerged: gerontogastroenteroepidemiology. Based upon your
knowledge of roots, select the definition that
best defines this new specialty.
Study of stomach and intestinal epidemics that strike the aged
Study of stomach and intestinal disorders that strike the aged
Study of the epidermis in the stomach and intestines of the aged
Study of epidemics that strike the aged
Which is a combining form, not a prefix or a suffix?
Which three-letter medical abbreviation stands for something you won't find in the body?
Which of the following does not belong with a list of organelles?
Within the body, the _______ cavity houses the lungs.
Your little toe is _______ to your torso.
The nervous system that controls respiration is called autonomic because it
uses nerves of the body.
deals with the exchange of gases.
isn't subject to voluntary control.
The lungs are part of the _______ system.
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SKELETAL AND MUSCULAR SYSTEMS
Your dog has broken a bone in its leg. Which of the following correctly describes bone cell
transformation in this case?
Chondrocytes to osteocytes
Chondrocytes to osteoblasts
Osteoclasts to chondrocytes
Osteocytes to osteoblasts
The patella is a _______ bone.
Which of the following is true of smooth muscle?
Smooth muscle can't maintain an even amount of tension.
It can't maintain a steady state of contraction.
Smooth muscle can shorten more relative to its length compared with striated (skeletal) muscle.
It's under voluntary control.
Max and Deb are discussing anatomical terms. Max says that if you want to refer to the parts of an
animal's head that are closer to the tip of the nose, you would use the term
rostral. Deb says that you
would use the term
caudal to refer to that parts of the animal that are closer to the tail. Who is correctly
using the terms?
The cell organelle that produces most of the cell's energy to fuel the cell is the
Which of the following muscles are used when breathing?
Interosseous and the diaphragm
Interosseous and pectoral
Intercostal and pectoral
Intercostal and the diaphragm
Fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone is called
The branch of anatomy that studies the microscopic structure of tissues is
Carolina and Angela are discussing the various joints of the body. Carolina says that you would find the
synovial joints between the long bones and also the vertebrae. Angela say you would find the fibrous joints
connecting the bones of the skull and connecting the teeth to the skull. Who is
The teamwork between the kidneys and urinary bladder is an example of a/an
Randy and Nina are discussing cellular energy. Randy says that endocytosis is movement out of the
cell. Nina says that exocytosis is movement into the cell. Who is
The sarcomere is defined as the space between two
The tarsal bones are found in what part of the animal?
A type of collagen that forms a very fine network of fibers in which the stem cells are interspersed is
The most accurate description of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is
a triple helix.
two single strands attached at the centrosome.
two single strands attached at the centromere.
a double helix.
An anatomical feature unique to smooth muscle is
Which of the following is an example of voluntary muscle activity?
Movement of food down the intestine
Movement of urine into the bladder
The part of the cell that can be stimulated by outside chemicals, triggering the cell to carry out specific
functions, is called the
cell membrane receptor.
All domestic animals have _______ cervical vertebrae.
End of exam
Which of the following is the correct order of the four phases of cellular mitosis?
Telophase, anaphase, metaphase, prophase
Prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
Metaphase, prophase, anaphase, telophase
Anaphase, metaphase, prophase, telophase
INTEGUMENTARY,CIRCULATORY,AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Which of the following is true regarding apocrine sweat glands?
They're the most common glands found in the skin.
The ducts empty into the base of the hair follicle near the hair bulb.
These glands are found only on the footpads and nose of dogs and cats.
These glands produce a fluid that mixes with sebum.
________ are a pair of openings at the front of the face just dorsal to the mouth, which are constructed
mostly of cartilage and thick stratified squamous epithelium.
The cells most involved with allergic reactions are
eosinophils, mast cells, and basophils.
neutrophils, eosinophils, and mast cells.
monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils.
lymphocytes, basophils, and monocytes.
Hair provides some insulation to the skin. When cold, the hairs stand up, increasing the thickness of the
coat layer, and trapping more warm air near the skin. Which of the following is responsible for hair
Cortex of the hair shaft
Arrector pili muscle
Hair follicle cells
A decrease in the diameter of arteries causes
increased blood flow to tissues.
decreased resistance to blood flow.
decreased hydrostatic pressure in the blood vessel.
increased resistance to blood flow.
A diaphragmatic hernia will most likely result in _______ collapse.
If a surgeon removed a tumor in the trachea that was decreasing the trachea's diameter by half, the area
of the trachea's cross section and the flow of air through it would
stay the same.
Along with removing foreign particles from the blood and triggering an immune response to infection or
cancer, the spleen also
exchanges oxygen for carbon dioxide.
transmits electrical impulses to the heart.
removes dying blood cells.
Skin provides protection from infection by
generating heat to kill bacteria.
providing a physical barrier against passage of bacteria.
producing keratinocytes that engulf bacteria.
secreting antibodies from eccrine glands.
Which way does the epidermis grow?
From the stratum corneum to the stratum basale
From the stratum granulosum to the stratum corneum
From the stratum basale to the stratum corneum
From the stratum corneum and to the stratum spinosum
Which of the following occurs when oxygen transfers from the blood to the body's cells and tissues?
Horns are derived from the
Which of the following conditions involves excessive clotting of blood?
Vitamin K deficiency
Which of the following is true of T-lymphocytes?
They produce antibodies.
They may help stimulate B-lymphocytes to function.
They mature and are "educated" in the bone marrow.
They produce plasma cells.
Albino animals lack pigment in their skin and hair. Which of the following cells has the defect that
causes this problem?
The amount of air inspired and expired during a normal quiet breath is called
total lung capacity.
The four hallmarks of inflammation in tissue are
pain, swelling, heat, and redness.
heat, swelling, redness, and itching.
itching, heat, pain, and swelling.
redness, itching, pain, and heat.
An abnormal blood vessel creating abnormal blood flow around the liver is called a
patent ductus arteriosus.
patent foramen ovale.
When an animal is given an injection under the skin, in what order does the needle penetrate the layers
Hypodermis, dermis, epidermis
Epidermis, dermis, hypodermis
Hypodermis, epidermis, dermis
Epidermis, hypodermis, dermis
The two phases of the cardiac cycle are
systole and excitation.
diastole and relaxation.
diastole and systole.
excitation and contraction.
Hi again, Nikki.I just realized that you have more than one exam, here. Please make sure to post each exam as a new, separate question, to my attention (begin with 'For Cher'), as I am only permitted to answer one exam (set of questions) per thread. Also, can you please include the numbers of the exams? Thanks!
I'm beginning work on your exams, so please let me know when you post the new questions.Thanks very much!Cher
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