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Human Body Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

Human body questions with answers.

 

Human Body Quiz Questions And Answers

What structure joins a bone to a muscle?
A: Tendon.

What is the shoulder blade called in a human?
A: Scapula.

What is the scientific name for a human kneecap?
A: Patella.

The Hypothalamus regulates what in the human body?
A: Physiologic stability.

Which part of the human digestive system is the most acidic?
A: Stomach.

What human organ is protected by the cranium?
A: The human brain.

The tube connecting the kidney to the bladder is called what?
A: Ureter.

 

Where in the human body can one find alveoli?
A: The Lung.

What is the muscle used for breathing called which separates the chest from the abdomen?
A: Diaphragm.

Where in the human body are red blood cells produced?
A: In the bone marrow.

Which finger has the fastest growing nail?
A: Middle finger.

Which sex is twice as likely to catch leprosy?
A: The male.

The most insect bitten part of the human body is what part?
A: Foot.

Cholecystitis affects what part of the human body?
A: Gall bladder.

 

When sneezing, what part of the body is it impossible to keep open?
A: Eyes.

Which bone is the hardest bone in the human body?
A: Jaw bone.

What is an erythrocyte?
A: A red blood cell.

How long is the small intestine in a human?
A: 4 to 7 meters.

What is the roughly 24-hour cycle in the physiological processes of living things called?
A: Circadian rhythms.

Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs in what part of the human body?
A: Hand or fingers.

Where is one's gluteus maximus located?
A: Your buttocks.

 

Veins carry blood to what organ?
A: Heart.

What component is shared by hair, nails, and skin?
A: Keratin.

The tendon at the top of the human heel is called what?
A: Achilles tendon.

What bone is also called the tibia?
A: The shin bone.

Hepatitis affects which organ?
A: Liver.

How many teeth do humans have?
A: 32.

How many senses to human beings have?
A: 5.

 

In the human body, what is the longest bone?
A: Femur.

The major artery in the side of the neck is called what?
A: Carotid.

Where is ones uvula located in the body?
A: At the back of the throat.

What are the two bones in the forearm called?
A: Ulna and radius.

What disease does a tick bite spread?
A: Lyme disease.

Serborrheic dermatitis is more commonly called what term?
A: Dandruff.

A phlebotomist specializes in what?
A: Drawing blood.

 

What are the three parts of the backbone called?
A: Lumbar, Cervical, and thoracic.

The study of the skin is called the study of what?
A: Dermatology.

What is the term in medicine given to the deficiency of blood sugar which may occur after too large a dose of insulin has been given?
A: Hypoglycemia.

Double, tented, radial and Ulnar loops, arches and whorls are found on what parts of the human body?
A: Thumbs and fingers.

What does necrotizing fasciitis attack?
A: Skin or flesh.

The light sensitive membrane on the inner lining of the eyeball is called what?
A: Retina.

 

What is another name for the disease known as Varicella?
A: Chickenpox.

What is the term used for a breast X-ray?
A: Mammogram.

What instrument is used to measure blood pressure?
A: Sphygmomanometer.

What human organs are affected by glaucoma?
A: Eyes.

Which human bone is most often broken?
A: Collar bone.

What deficiency causes anemia?
A: Red blood cells.

What is another more common term for acetylsalicylic acid?
A: Aspirin.

Which is the lowest of the seven vertebrae?
A: Coccyx.