Medical Quiz

Histology Quiz


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Identify the picture
A. Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
B. Simple columnar
C. Simple cuboidal
D. Simple squamous


Name the Tissue Type:
A. Simple columnar
B. Simple cuboidal
C. Pseuodstratified columnar
D. Transitional


Name the Tissue Type:
A. Bone
B. Reticular
C. Areolar
D. Smooth muscle


Columnar cells can best be described as:
A. flat and thin
B. tall and wide
C. shaped like cubes
D. hexagonal


This is classified as liquid connective tissue:
A. saliva
B. blood
C. semen
D. sweat


What type of tissue is this?

A. Simple cuboidal

B. Simple columnar

C. Simple squamous

D. Transitional


Epithelial tissue is classified according to its:
A. shape and size
B. size and color
C. depth and color
D. shape and number of layers


Which type of tissue is this?
A. Nervous
B. Epithelial
C. Connective
D. Muscle


Identify the picture
A. Simple squamous
B. Simple cuboidal
C. Stratified squamous
D. Simple columnar


Which of the following tissues binds everything together?
A. Epithelial
B. Connective
C. Muscle 
D. Nervous


The muscle tissue shown is called ______.
A. Skeletal
B. Cardiac
C. Smooth


The study of tissues is known as:
A. histology
B. proctology
C. dermatology
D. oncology


Name the Tissue Type:
A. Simple Columnar
B. Simple Cuboidal
C. Pseuodstratified columnar
D. Keratinized stratified sq.


Name the Tissue Type:
A. Nervous
B. Simple cuboidal
C. Reticular
D. Bone


This type of tissue transmits impulses throughout the body:
A. cardiac muscle
B. skeletal tissue
C. nervous tissue
D. smooth muscle


Epithelial tissue:
A. conducts nerve impulses
B. stores fat
C. covers and lines body parts
D. moves the body


Name the Tissue Type:
A. Blood
B. Simple cuboidal
C. Reticular
D. Areolar


Name the tissue type:
A. Reticular
B. Adipose
C. Areolar
D. Simple sqamous


Identify the picture
A. Pseudostratified columnar
B. Simple squamous
C. Simple cuboidal
D. Simple columnar


What type of muscle is this?
A. skeletal
B. cardiac
C. bone
D. smooth


Name the Tissue Type:
A. Skeletal muscle
B. Smooth muscle
C. Cardiac muscle
D. Organ muscle




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