Human Body Quiz Questions And Answers
What structure joins a bone to a muscle?
What is the shoulder blade called in a human?
What is the scientific name for a human kneecap?
The Hypothalamus regulates what in the human body?
A: Physiologic stability.
Which part of the human digestive system is the most acidic?
What human organ is protected by the cranium?
A: The human brain.
The tube connecting the kidney to the bladder is called what?
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?
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?
Cholecystitis affects what part of the human body?
A: Gall bladder.
When sneezing, what part of the body is it impossible to keep
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?
What component is shared by hair, nails, and
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?
How many teeth do humans have?
How many senses to human beings have?
In the human body, what is the longest bone?
The major artery in the side of the neck is called what?
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 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?
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
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?
What is another name for the disease known as Varicella?
What is the term used for a breast X-ray?
What instrument is used to measure blood pressure?
What human organs are affected by glaucoma?
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?
Which is the lowest of the seven vertebrae?