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  1. Massage & Bodywork Examinations for MBLEx Grand Basic Review Part 2 STARFLEET ACADEMY

  2. General Review 1. Cerebrospinal fluid contains ______. a. Proteins and carbohydrates b. Vitamins and minerals c. Glucose and protein d. Nitrogen and hydrogen

  3. General Review 2. The craniosacral system includes ______. a. Nerves that control the parasympathetic division of the ANS b. Only the nerves that go to the head c. Nerves located in the thoracic area d. None of the above

  4. General Review 3. The membrane that covers the brain and the spinal cord has ______ layer(s). a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4

  5. General Review 4. Dura mater means ______. a. Dead mother b. Big mother c. Tough mother d. Small mother

  6. General Review 5. The craniosacral nerves are involved in ______. a. The secretion of bile b. Relaxing sphincter muscles c. The erection of the sex organs d. All of the above

  7. General Review 6. The arachnoid is made of ______. a. Tendons and ligaments b. Collagen and elastic fibers c. Enzymes and protein d. Hyaline cartilage

  8. General Review 7. Craniosacral rhythm refers to ______. a. The time it takes for a nerve impulse to travel from the head to the sacrum b. The time in between each breath c. The rise and fall of the cerebrospinal fluid d. The movement of gas through the bowels

  9. General Review 8. The pia mater is the ______ dural membrane. a. Outer b. Inner c. Middle d. None of the above

  10. General Review 9. The subdural space contains ______. a. Lymph b. Interstitial fluid c. Blood d. Nitrogenous waste

  11. General Review 10. The epidural space is between the ______. a. Dura mater and the pia mater b. Dura mater and the wall of the vertebral canal c. Brain and the subdural space d. Dura mater and the occipital ridge

  12. General Review 11. According to Upledger’s theory, craniosacral rhythm is approximately ______ beats per minute. a. 6–8 b. 10–15 c. 40–50 d. 70–80

  13. General Review 12. Holding an area with both hands and allowing the tissue to move on its own is known as ______. a. Effleurage b. Rolfing c. Myofascial unwinding d. Proprioneuromuscular facilitation

  14. General Review 13. The ______ is known as the soft spot in the skull of infants. a. Frontalis b. Fontanel c. Choroid d. Philtrum

  15. General Review 14. The system known as the fight-or-flight system is the ______. a. Peripheral nervous system b. Parasympathetic nervous system c. Sympathetic nervous system d. Mesenteric nervous system

  16. General Review 15. Cerebrospinal fluid is produced in the ______. a. Atrium b. Choroid plexus c. Arachnoid d. Corpus cavernosa

  17. General Review 1. Hormones are composed primarily of ______. a. Proteins and steroids b. Proteins and sugars c. Calcium and magnesium d. Potassium and iodine

  18. General Review 2. The fight‑or‑flight response is controlled by the ______. a. Pituitary gland b. Thyroid gland c. Pineal gland d. Adrenal glands

  19. General Review 3. ______ regulates reproduction in females. a. Insulin b. Estrogen c. Testosterone d. Melanin

  20. General Review 4. Sex cells are also called ______. a. Gonads b. Testes c. Gametes d. Ovaries

  21. General Review 5. Insulin is secreted by ______. a. The pituitary gland b. Lipids c. The pancreas d. The liver

  22. General Review 6. HGH is the acronym for ______. a. Human growth hemoglobin b. Human gamete hormone c. Human growth hormone d. Half‑growth hormone

  23. General Review 7. The general adaptation syndrome is also known as the ______. a. Human growth rate b. Metabolic response c. Stress response d. Circadian cycle

  24. General Review 8. The female gonads are the ______. a. Ovaries b. Testes c. Eggs d. Uterus

  25. General Review 9. The body's metabolism is controlled by the ______. a. Hypothalamus b. Amygdala c. Thyroid d. Pituitary

  26. General Review 10. If a person is thirsty all the time and has to urinate frequently during the night, that person may have ______. a. An infected bladder b. Diabetes insipidus c. Diabetes mellitus d. An enlarged prostate

  27. General Review 11. ______ is a noninflammatory infection of the thyroid gland. a. Graves disease b. Hashimoto disease c. Mumps d. Bell palsy

  28. General Review 12. The main hormone produced in the adrenals is ______. a. Cortisol b. Norepinephrine c. HGH d. Calcitonin

  29. General Review 13. ______ decreases urine production. a. Luteinizing hormone b. Insulin c. Antidiuretic hormone d. Melatonin

  30. General Review 14. During an episode of goiter, the ______ is (are) enlarged. a. Testes b. Pituitary gland c. Pancreas d. Thyroid gland

  31. General Review 15. The ovaries are located ______. a. In the cervix b. In the uterus c. On either side of the uterus d. At the distal end of the fallopian tubes

  32. General Review 1. The body's main line of defense against infection or illness are the ______. a. Erythrocytes b. Leukocytes c. Fibrinogens d. Hematites

  33. General Review 2. There are ______ different blood types. a. 8 b. 6 c. 9 d. 5

  34. General Review 3. The largest artery in the body is the ______. a. Jugular vein b. Subclavian c. Aorta d. Thrombus

  35. General Review 4. The smallest blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood are the ______. a. Varicose veins b. Brachial arteries c. Capillaries d. Coronary arteries

  36. General Review 5. A complete shutdown of the heart is a ______. a. Cardiac arrest b. Cardiovascular episode c. Mitral valve prolapse d. CVA

  37. General Review 6. A genetic condition that results in a lack of clotting factors in the blood is ______. a. Hypochondria b. Sickle cell anemia c. Hyperion anemia d. Hemophilia

  38. General Review 7. Hypertension is the condition of ______. a. Attention deficit disorder b. Low blood pressure c. Heart murmur d. High blood pressure

  39. General Review 8. An excessively rapid heartbeat is known as ______. a. Nascardia b. Brachycardia c. Angina d. Tachycardia

  40. General Review 9. A progressive narrowing and hardening of the arteries caused by age, high cholesterol levels, smoking, and/or other factors is called ______. a. Cerebrovascular accident b. Cyanosis c. Atherosclerosis d. Scleroderma

  41. General Review 10. An inflammation of the veins is called ______. a. Varicose veins b. Necrosis c. Phlebitis d. Bursitis

  42. General Review 11. Blood type classification is based on the presence or absence of ______. a. AHO antigens b. TBA antigens c. ABO antigens d. HBO antigens

  43. General Review 12. The great vessels are the ______ superior to the aortic arch. a. 3 b. 4 c. 5 d. 6

  44. General Review 13. ______ is the force that circulating blood exerts on the artery walls. a. Cardiac output b. Systole c. Diastole d. Blood pressure

  45. General Review • 14. The condition that is caused by a lack of vitamin B is ______. • a. Pernicious anemia • b. Raynaud disease • Hypoxia • Aplasia

  46. General Review 15. The ______ is the cavity in a blood vessel through which the blood flows. a. Myocardium b. Lumen c. Sinoatrial node d. Venule

  47. General Review 1. The function of lymph is to ______. a. Drain excess interstitial fluid b. Transport lipids and vitamins c. Protect the body through immune response d. All of the above

  48. General Review 2. Lymphocytes are also known as ______. a. B cells and C cells b. L cells and C cells c. B cells and T cells d. D cells and C cells

  49. General Review 3. Immunity acquired as the result of a vaccine is called ______. a. Passive naturally acquired immunity b. Active naturally acquired immunity c. Passive artificially required immunity d. Active artificially acquired immunity

  50. General Review 4. Proteins that regulate many cell functions are called ______. a. Cytokines b. Leukocytes c. Lymphocytes d. Gamma cells