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Medical Coding Quiz

Medical Anatomy 1   

Objective: Answer 7 out of 10 questions correctly. Click on Refresh or Reload to start Over. JavaScript required! 


1. The celiac artery divides into three branches: 1) The gastric, 2) gastric, 3) hepatic and 4) splenic. The hepatic goes to the:

Spleen
Stomach
Liver
Small intestines

2. Patient John Doe was in an accident and his epididymis was bruised and showing. He most likely:

Was taken to a dermatologist.
Died.
Was both hurting and embarrassed.
Just went home. No care was necessary.

3. The _____ is composed of five vertebrae fused together to form a single bone structure.

Iliac
sacrum
Atlas
Cerebellum

4. Patient John Smith was in an accident and his Ilium was crushed. This is:

The largest of the pelvic bones.
The second, large bone of the forearm.
It's the large bone in the upper leg (thigh).
No such bone. It's from the book, "The Ilium and the Odyssey" by Homer.

5. The _____ is the primary bone of the lower leg and bears most of the person's weight:

Fibula.
Femur.
Metatarsal.
Tibia. 

6. Palmer metacarpal ligaments, metacarpal bones and deep transverse metacarpals can be found in the:

Skull.
Foot.
Rib cage.
Hand.

7. The first cervical vertebra is called the atlas, which of the following is one of the other five cervical vertebra?

Follux 
Duodenum
Coccyx
Vertebrae C2.

8. The "transverse process" is:

An operation where the artery is incised longitudinally.
A common operation of the optic nerve.
Lateral protrusions that serve as the attachment sites for ligaments and muscles.
None of the Above. 

9. The _____ is the longest bone in the body.

Femur.
Tailbone.
Tibia.
Fibula.

10. The _____ is a large vein that returns blood from the head, neck and upper limbs to the right atrium of the heart.

Superior vena cava.
Inferior vena cava
Carotid vein
Basilic vein

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