Human anatomy questions This is a list of recently added questions about human anatomy. Play human anatomy quiz and see all the questions. What will happen when organ thymus in human will not disappear? Occurs risk deadly disease. Thymus - organ which one know not many people, because this organ in adults is in phase extreme disappearance.Created by: lukasz Polandvery hard 29% We will have disappearance muscle tissue instead thymusWe will have disappearance muscle tissue instead thymus12In women occurs risk hypertrophic thymus and will be more at viral diseasesIn women occurs risk hypertrophic thymus and will be more at viral diseases25Occurs risk deadly diseaseOccurs risk deadly disease37NothingNothing50anatomy riddles » Which protein causes blood to clot?Fibrinogen. In order to reduce the loss of blood and facilitate the recovery of the blood vessel at the site of the injury, a blood clot is formed. It is made up of platelets and dissolved plasma protein-fibrogen. By the substance released by the blood-thrombin plate, fibrogen changes into fibrin, which creates a dense network at the site of injury.Created by: pawnikhard 42% fibrinogenfibrinogen2498fibrinfibrin1635myosinmyosin662pepsinpepsin1149blood riddles » Are there pneumatic bones in the human body?Yes, they are in skull. Pneumatic bones are light and consist of empty chambers filled with mucous membrane and air. In human body we can find them only in skull ( frontal bone, maxilla and mandible, ethmoid bone, temporal bone )Created by: Natka555hard 53% NoNo1918Yes, it is pelvis Yes, it is pelvis 1376Yes, they are in skullYes, they are in skull4544Yes, thery are in feetYes, thery are in feet713skeleton riddles » What is cardiomyopathy?Thick cardiac muscles. Cardiomyopathy is a condition in which the heart's muscles get very thick and lose function. Cardiomyopathy is notorious for causing sudden death, especially in young athletes. Medications can sometimes control it, but in some cases, the patient needs a heart transplant.Created by: 12 year old geniusvery hard 33% Decrease in heart size.Decrease in heart size.45Thick cardiac musclesThick cardiac muscles88Increase in heart sizeIncrease in heart size58Thin cardiac musclesThin cardiac muscles74diseases riddles » Which from endocrine glands is responsible for a regulation of sleep?Pineal gland. The pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone, which affects the modulation of sleep patterns. Melatonin is sold over-the-counter as a sleep aid in the U.S. and Canada.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykaverage 61% hypothalamushypothalamus4245adrenal glandsadrenal glands1514thymusthymus1515pineal glandpineal gland11740biology riddles » How is the fear of pregnancy and childbirth called?Tokophobia often leads patients to ask for a Caesarean section. Frequency of appearing: 6-10% pregnancies.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykvery hard 27% mysophobiamysophobia912erythrophobiaerythrophobia477haphephobiahaphephobia960tokophobiatokophobia910names riddles » A condition of the unconsciousness is an effect of the shutdown of what?The cerebral cortex. Unconsciousness is a state which occurs when the ability to maintain an awareness of self and environment is lost. It involves a complete or near-complete lack of responsiveness to people and other environmental stimuli.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykhard 57% the spinal cordthe spinal cord1018cerebellumcerebellum3999the cerebral cortexthe cerebral cortex9962white matter of the brainwhite matter of the brain2208medicine riddles » What it is an autotomy?Self amputation (e.g. of a tail). Autotomy (from the Greek auto- "self-" and tome "severing") or self amputation is the behaviour whereby an animal sheds or discards one or more of its own appendages, usually as a self-defense mechanism to elude a predator's grasp or to distract the predator and thereby allow escape. The lost body part may be regenerated later.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykhard 55% eating only one kind of spieces (e.g. the koala is eating leaves of the eucalyptus)eating only one kind of spieces (e.g. the koala is eating leaves of the eucalyptus)2267self amputation (e.g. of a tail)self amputation (e.g. of a tail)11660hunting of its own kindhunting of its own kind4992in-breeding (small gene pool)in-breeding (small gene pool)2066reptiles riddles » Where are the islets of Langerhans?In the pancreas. The islets of Langerhans are the regions of the pancreas that contain its endocrine (i.e., hormone-producing) cells. Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykaverage 66% In the Pacific OceanIn the Pacific Ocean3096In the Mediterranean SeaIn the Mediterranean Sea1667In the pancreasIn the pancreas14370In the liverIn the liver2508satellite photography riddles » Where is the loop of Henle?In kidney. The loop of Henle (or Henle's loop, nephron loop or its Latin counterpart ansa nephroni) is the portion of a nephron that leads from the proximal convoluted tubule to the distal convoluted tubule.Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczykaverage 62% In the liverIn the liver2248In kidneyIn kidney12556In lungIn lung1603In blood vesselIn blood vessel3810nature riddles » Play human anatomy quiz and see all the questions.