1 Where would you find the uvula? At the back of the throat, On the ear, On top of the nose, In the eye At the back of the throat
2 Where would you find your conjunctiva? Eyes, Ears, Nose, Stomach Eyes
3 Whereabouts would you find a metatarsal bone? Hand, Foot, Wrist, Thigh Foot
4 Which acid is present in the stomach? Citric, Hydrochloric, Nitric, Sulfuric Hydrochloric
5 Which area is also referred to as the antebrachium? Leg, Shoulder, Thorax, Forearm Forearm
6 Which bodily process is mastication? Urinating, Sweating, Bleeding, Chewing Chewing
7 Which bone in the body is supposedly broken most commonly? Collarbone, Tibia, Radius, Ulna Collarbone
8 Which bone is the longest in the human skeleton? Fibula, Femur, Ulna, Tibia Femur
9 Which disease is known as pink eye? Alzheimer’s, Conjunctivitis, Gout, Epistaxis Conjunctivitis
10 Which disease is known as white death? Ebola, Tuberculosis, Dengue, AIDS Tuberculosis
11 Which gland in the body is responsible for regulating metabolism? Mammary, Sebaceous, Pituitary, Thyroid Thyroid
12 Which glands produce cortisone? Adrenal, Thyroid, Mammary, Pituitary Adrenal
13 Which Greek physician developed the idea that the body had four humours? Herophilus, Hippocrates, Lambrakis, Galen Hippocrates
14 Which is the most abundant element in the human body? Nitrogen, Calcium, Hydrogen, Oxygen Oxygen
15 Which is the only one of these elements to comprise more than 1% of the human body? Zinc, Calcium, Tin, Iron Calcium
16 Which is the only one of these elements to comprise more than 1% of the human body? Nitrogen, Chlorine, Potassium, Tin Nitrogen
17 Which one of these elements comprise approximately 10% of the human body? Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon Hydrogen
18 Which one of these elements comprise approximately 20% of the human body? Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Calcium Carbon
19 Which one of these elements comprise approximately 1% of the human body? Iron, Phosphorus, Boron, Zinc Phosphorus
20 Which is the only organ system that can be directly observed from the surface of the body? Integumentary, Renal, Lymphatic, Endocrine Integumentary