You will be able to reach a score of 60% only if you are a true expert in Anatomy. Only 1 in 313 people get 15/15

You will be able to reach a score of

You will be able to reach a score of 60% only if you are a true expert in ANATOMY. In this challenge we’re only going to ask you about bones and muscles. Do you think you have a chance? Most people thought they did,but the average is just… too disappointing to even post.

You will be able to reach a score of 60% only if you are a true expert in Anatomy. Only 1 in 313 people get 15/15


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  • Question of

    The sternocleidomastoid is a:

    • Bone
    • Muscle
  • Question of

    What else is the elbow bone known by?

    • Ulna
    • Radio
    • Scapula
  • Question of

    How many bones make up the carpus?

    • 5
    • 7
    • 8
  • Question of

    How many bones make up the tarsus?

    • 5
    • 7
    • 8
  • Question of

    Where’s the procerus muscle?

    • On the cheek.
    • On the back of the nose and between the eyebrows.
  • Question of

    What is the most dense and prominent bone in the face?

    • Maxilla
    • Jaw
    • Zygomatic
  • Question of

    What else is the kneecap bone known by?

    • Fibula
    • Patella
    • Astragalus
  • Question of

    Where is the iliopsoas or psoas-iliac muscle located?

    • In the posterior region of the pelvis.
    • In the abdomen and front of the thigh.
  • Question of

    The hammer is connected to:

    • The oval window
    • The tympanic membrane
  • Question of

    How many are the infrahyoid muscles?

    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
  • Question of

    Ribs that are attached only to the vertebrae, and not to the sternum or the cartilage that comes out of the sternum.

    • Fake
    • Floating
  • Question of

    Which of these muscles is in the back of the neck and trunk?

    • Trapezius muscle
    • Deltoid muscle
    • Hamstring muscle
  • Question of

    Viscous membrane that covers the external surface of the heart:

    • Epicardium
    • Endocardium
  • Question of

    The most massive segments of the spine are:

    • The thoracic vertebrae.
    • The lumbar vertebrae.
    • The cervical vertebrae.
  • Question of

    The pisiform bone is part of the:

    • Tarsus
    • Carpus

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