Did You Know This?
edited: Sunday, March 25, 2007
By Barbara Sue
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Posted: Sunday, March 25, 2007
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Parts of the body to remember..
You may know that the typical human body contains about 200 bones, two gallons of blood, and some 100 billion brain cells. But what the heck is a zygomatic? Take this little quiz and learn a few of the body’s more obscure bits and pieces. No cheating, now....
1. The longest and largest nerve in the human body is the…
2.The subclavian is…
A small bone found below the collar bone
An artery attached to the aorta..
A viscous liquid that supports the kneecap,,
3. The thymus is unique because it is a…
Muscle with no apparent function ..
Gland that grows until puberty and then shrinks into fat..
Bone that everyone has but only females make use of..
4.The laryngeal prominence is more commonly known as the …
The opening that connects the esophagus and stomach is called the…
The Circle of Willis is…
The hole where the small and large intestines meet..
The common name for a female’s birthing canal..
A ring of arteries in the brain..
7.Strong Latissimus dorsi muscles contribute to the look of…
A chiseled back..
8.Phalanges are the technical term for…
Both finger and toe bones..
9.On the outside, a protruding zygomatic bone may look like…
A cone-shaped head..
10.The hammer, anvil and stirrup are three tiny bones found in the…
2.an artery attached to the aorta
3.gland that grows into puberty etc..
6.ring of arteries in the brain
8.finger and toe bones
Consider yourself a doctor if you got all 10 correct, a med student.. if you got 8 or more.. a doctor on TV if you got 6 or more.. If you got fewer than six, please stick to Milton Bradley's Operation game..
Well, that was different, wasn't it? So glad I still have my grandkids Operation Game in the closet..