Medicine and Anatomy by Letter - F

Answer these questions about the human body, disease, and the field of medicine. All answers start with the letter F!
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An elevation of body temperature, often due to infection
Fever
The thigh bone; the strongest and longest bone in the human body
Femur
The term for an unborn human from 9 weeks after fertilization until birth
Fetus
The part of the body where you may find the tarsal and metatarsal bones
Foot
The branches of the uterus that an egg cell travels to from ovary to uterus
Fallopian Tubes
The largest lobe of the brain, performs tasks such as movement and emotional expression
Frontal lobe
The calf bone; a slender long bone in the lower leg
Fibula
A large artery in the thigh that supplies blood to the thigh and leg
Femoral artery
Numbered from I to XII, these proteins and their interaction play a role in blood clotting
Coagulation factors
An energy-rich nutrient stored in adipose tissue, but storing too much of it is unhealthy
Fat
Part of the body where you can find the radius, ulna, and muscles controlling your hands
Forearm
Comes in index, middle, ring and little variants
Finger
The group of organisms that causes diseases like athlete's foot and yeast infections
Fungi
The rapid and irregular contraction of muscle, such as in the atria of the heart
Fibrillation
The process of the fusion of a sperm cell with an egg cell
Fertilization
A tiny parasitic insect that can carry diseases, such as the bubonic plague
Flea
A dietary supplement and essential vitamin often prescribed to pregnant women
Folate
Condition where low temperatures cause freezing of the skin on hands, toes or face
Frostbite
Doctor whose accidental discovery of penicillin earned him a Nobel prize
Alexander Fleming
The undigested remains of food and bacteria that pass out of the rectum
Feces
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