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intramembranous And endochondral ossification
two types of bone growth
bones sandwiched in between two layers of compact bone. always have red blood marrow. ribs, sternum, iliac
carpels and tarsals are what kind of bone
bone that is developed within a muscle, such as the patella
type of joint with no mobility. ex. cranial structures
type of joint with some movement ex. vertebrae, clavicle
very mobile, ball-and-socket type joints.
fibrous capsule and synovial membrane
the two parts of a synovial joint
located between skin and bone. works to reduce friction
what type of synovial joint would the neck be?
what type of synovial joint would the ribs be?
"thinking cap" has four lobes. largest part of the brain. functions: conscious thought and higher intellectual functions
connects the brainstem to the cerebrum; includes thalamus and hypothalamus. makes CSF in 3rd ventricle
medulla oblongata: HR, BP, breathing, coughing
the three parts of the brainstem
vertebral level of brachial plexus
rami, trunks, divisions, cords, branches.
(Randy Travis Drinks Cold Beer)
the five portions of the brachial plexus - there's a mnemonic for this
superior, middle, and inferior
the three trunks of brachial plexus
anterior and posterior
the two divisions of the brachial plexus
lateral, posterior, medial
the three cords from the divisions of the brachial plexus. FYI: divisions will tell which compartment of the arm the peripheral nerves to got
musculocutaneous, median, axillary, radian, ulnar
the FIVE peripheral nerves that come off the three cords of the brachial plexus
1. Lateral cord forms Musculocutaneous and 1/2 Median
2. Medial cord forms Ulnar and 1/2 Median
3. Posterior cord forms Axillary and Aadial
primary bronchi -> secondary bronchi -> tertiary bronchi -> bronchioles -> terminal bronchioles -> respiratory bronchioles -> alveolar ducts -> alveoli
bronchial tree pathway (8)
receives lymph from ALL structures inferior to the diaphragm, and structures superior to the diaphragm but only on the left side
right lymphatic duct
only receives lymph from the right side superior to the diaphragm
genetics, insufficient calcium and vitamin D all contribute to this clinical correlate . mostly affect spongy bone.
anti-inflammatory disease - myelin sheaths are damaged ; lots of sensory and thinking issues
cold temperatures or strong emotions cause blood vessel spasms. This blocks blood flow to the fingers, toes, ears, and nose. ANS- sympathetic problem
severe compression of vertebral column leads to nucleus pulpous bulging out of annulus fibrosis
drooping eyelids and constriction of pupil. problem with sympathetic innvervation
breakdown of catilage in joints
an autoimmune disorder where joints are inflamed
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