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Anatomy Assessment
Overview
Describe the levels of organization in…
Define the term homeostasis.
Describe, how negative and positive fe…
...
Atoms(molecular), cellular(organelles), tissues, organs, (org…
the maintenance of dynamic steady in the internal environment…
Negative Feedback- response opposite of original deviation re…
Overview
...
Describe the levels of organization in…
Atoms(molecular), cellular(organelles), tissues, organs, (org…
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Anatomy assessment
Anterior Dorsal
Spines
Ampulaee of Lorenzi
Pelvic muscles
closer to head
on dorsal fins
below the rostrum
flexer by fin
Anterior Dorsal
closer to head
Spines
on dorsal fins
27 terms
Anatomy Assessment
Homeostasis
Stimulous
Nfs (negative feedback system)
Complementary
Maintain a stable enviroment
Opposite response
Alters a body condition in the opposite direction that they a…
Anatomy/physiology are inseparable.
Homeostasis
Maintain a stable enviroment
Stimulous
Opposite response
Anatomy Assessment
Why is carbon a versatile element and…
Hydroxyl
Carbonyl
Carboxyl
Because it has the ability to form large, complex, and divers…
-OH
C=O
-COOH
Why is carbon a versatile element and…
Because it has the ability to form large, complex, and divers…
Hydroxyl
-OH
Anatomy assessment
Alpha orientation/plant starch amylose
Amylopectin (plant starch)
Cellulose
Chitin
C1 to C4 with C6 sticking up
C1 to C6
Chains of beta glucose molecules
Composed of modified glucose molecules (nitrogen group to C2)
Alpha orientation/plant starch amylose
C1 to C4 with C6 sticking up
Amylopectin (plant starch)
C1 to C6
62 terms
Anatomy assessments
Urine from collecting ducts drains int…
Cells of the JG apparatus produce and…
T or F. The female prostatic urethra i…
T or F. The detrusor muscle of the bla…
minor calyx
renin
False
True
Urine from collecting ducts drains int…
minor calyx
Cells of the JG apparatus produce and…
renin
128 terms
Anatomy for Assessment
Physiology and structure of bones
Long bones
Short bones
Flat bones
Bones are calcified connective tissue consisting of osteocyte…
Long bones are longer than they are wide and include the clav…
Short bones are as wide as they are long, found in the wrist…
Flat bones include the ribs, sternum, scapulae, and bones in…
Physiology and structure of bones
Bones are calcified connective tissue consisting of osteocyte…
Long bones
Long bones are longer than they are wide and include the clav…
Anatomy/Assessment
Right upper quadrant
Left upper quadrant
Right lower quadrant
Left lower quadrant
Liver... Gallbladder... Duodenum... Part of ascendending and transvers…
Stomach... Spleen... Pancreas... Part of transverse and descending col…
Cecum... Appendix... R ovary and tube... R ureter... R spermatic cord
Part of descending colon... Sigmoid colon... L ovary and tube... L ure…
Right upper quadrant
Liver... Gallbladder... Duodenum... Part of ascendending and transvers…
Left upper quadrant
Stomach... Spleen... Pancreas... Part of transverse and descending col…
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anatomy common assessment
6 levels of structural organization in…
5 elements of a homeostatic control sy…
proximal
distal
atom... cell ... tissue... organ ... organ system ... organism
stimulus produces change in variable... change detected by recep…
close to the origin of the body part or the point of attachme…
father from the origin of a body part or the point of attachm…
6 levels of structural organization in…
atom... cell ... tissue... organ ... organ system ... organism
5 elements of a homeostatic control sy…
stimulus produces change in variable... change detected by recep…
38 terms
Anatomy Assessments
The serous membrane that lines the per…
Refers to the existence of a stable in…
Bonds involving different types of ato…
Nutrient containing molecules that are…
False
...
Covalent Bonds
True
The serous membrane that lines the per…
False
Refers to the existence of a stable in…
...
62 terms
Anatomy assessments
Urine from collecting ducts drains int…
Cells of the JG apparatus produce and…
T or F. The female prostatic urethra i…
T or F. The detrusor muscle of the bla…
minor calyx
renin
False
True
Urine from collecting ducts drains int…
minor calyx
Cells of the JG apparatus produce and…
renin
335 terms
ACC Anatomy Assessment 2015
Overview
Describe the levels of organization in…
Define the term homeostasis.
Describe, how negative and positive fe…
...
Atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ s…
the maintenance of dynamic steady in the internal environment…
Negative Feedback- response opposite of original deviation re…
Overview
...
Describe the levels of organization in…
Atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ s…
Anatomy Post Assessment
Anatomical terms that apply to the bac…
Which of the following is/are involved…
Important functions of water include...
Glucose is to starch as:
posterior and dorsal
Effector... Control Center... Receptor... Feedback
Cushioning... Participates in chemical reactions... Solvent for sug…
an amino acid is to protein
Anatomical terms that apply to the bac…
posterior and dorsal
Which of the following is/are involved…
Effector... Control Center... Receptor... Feedback
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Anatomy SG assessment 1
superior
inferior
anterior
posterior
above
below
toward front
toward back
superior
above
inferior
below
149 terms
Anatomy Pretest terms for assessment
2nd intercostal space
3rd cervical vertebra
5th intercostal space
1st lumbar vertebra
between the 2nd and 3rd rib
below atlas and axis
to hear apex of heart at midclavicular line
smallest and most superior of lumbar vertebrate
2nd intercostal space
between the 2nd and 3rd rib
3rd cervical vertebra
below atlas and axis
153 terms
Anatomy Assessment 2
Dendrites
Axons
Soma
Neurons
transmit electrical signal toward the cell body
transmit electrical signal away from the cell body and toward…
the cell body
have the property of excitability, which allows for the devel…
Dendrites
transmit electrical signal toward the cell body
Axons
transmit electrical signal away from the cell body and toward…
25 terms
Anatomy Muscle Assessment
Serratus Anterior
Deltoid
Trapezius
Levator Scapulae
Flexes to make for an inhale of breath
Abducts the arm
Hyper extends the neck
Elevated the scapula
Serratus Anterior
Flexes to make for an inhale of breath
Deltoid
Abducts the arm
48 terms
Anatomy post assessment
ch 1- Define the terms anatomy and phy…
ch 1- Define the terms superior, infer…
ch 1- How does a sagittal, transverse,…
ch 1- Describe the anatomical position
anatomy-study of structure,... physiology-function
superior(towards top) ,... inferior(towards bottom), ... anterior(…
Sagittarius(left/right), ... transverse(top/bottom), ... frontal(fr…
standing facing forward with feet straight and palms facing o…
ch 1- Define the terms anatomy and phy…
anatomy-study of structure,... physiology-function
ch 1- Define the terms superior, infer…
superior(towards top) ,... inferior(towards bottom), ... anterior(…
51 terms
Physical Assessment: HENT Anatomy
Aponeurosis of the scalp
Function of connective tissue of the s…
Function of the loose connective tissu…
Function of the pericranium
Connects the frontal belly of the occipitofrontalis and occip…
Contains vessels and nerves
Allows the scalp to move
outer layer of the periosteum
Aponeurosis of the scalp
Connects the frontal belly of the occipitofrontalis and occip…
Function of connective tissue of the s…
Contains vessels and nerves
anatomy assessment test
levels of organization
homeostasis definition
kilo deci centi milli micro nano
km, dm, cm, mm, u, nm
atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissue, organs, organ sy…
ability of our body to maintain a stable internal environment
1000, 1/10, 1/100, 1/1000, 1/1,000,000; 1/1,000,000,000
...
levels of organization
atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissue, organs, organ sy…
homeostasis definition
ability of our body to maintain a stable internal environment
55 terms
Anatomy Assessment 3 terminology
origination of GVE innervation within…
cardiac plexus motor targets
cardiac plexus sensory targets
components of cardiac plexus
originate from the lateral horn of spinal cord segments T1-…
-SA node, AV node, and the coronary arteries ... -role of sympat…
blood pressure, blood chemistry, cardiac pain (these are used…
-sympathetic (GVE) pre-ganglionic nerve fibers (T1-T5) can…
origination of GVE innervation within…
originate from the lateral horn of spinal cord segments T1-…
cardiac plexus motor targets
-SA node, AV node, and the coronary arteries ... -role of sympat…
128 terms
Anatomy Assessment 2
mesenchymal stem cells
loose connective tissue
dense irregular connective tissue
dense regular connective tissue
cells that lay down the mesenchyme in the embryo (earliest fo…
loose collagen fibers; surrounds blood vessels and nerves; pa…
close packing of irregularly shaped collagen fibers; collagen…
what forms tendons, ligaments, and aponeurosis; fibers are mo…
mesenchymal stem cells
cells that lay down the mesenchyme in the embryo (earliest fo…
loose connective tissue
loose collagen fibers; surrounds blood vessels and nerves; pa…
26 terms
Heart Anatomy and Assessment
anatomy of heart
heart conduction pathway
areas of auscultation
Heart sounds
SA node, atria, AV node, common bundle (bundle of His), bundl…
-APe To Man... 1. Aortic (right) 2nd intercostal space... 2. Pulmon…
-sounds can radiate to other areas
anatomy of heart
heart conduction pathway
SA node, atria, AV node, common bundle (bundle of His), bundl…
46 terms
Holes Anatomy CH 8 muscle Assessment
The three types of muscle tissue are
Describe the difference between a tend…
Describe how connective tissue associa…
List the major parts of a skeletal mus…
Skeletal, cardio, and smooth
Aponeurosis are broad fibrous sheets which may attach to bone…
Fascia blends with the epimysium, a layer of connective tissu…
A muscle fiber is a single, multinucleated cell, which contra…
The three types of muscle tissue are
Skeletal, cardio, and smooth
Describe the difference between a tend…
Aponeurosis are broad fibrous sheets which may attach to bone…
27 terms
Anatomy Assessment 4 terminology
transpyloric plane
ventral mesogastrium
dorsal mesogastrium
parts of stomach
at the level of of first lumbar vertebral disc and the 9th co…
lesser omentum (hepatogastric ligament and hepatoduodenal lig…
greater omentum within the gastrocolic ligament, gastrospleni…
cardia, fundus, body, and pylorus; the angular notch of the l…
transpyloric plane
at the level of of first lumbar vertebral disc and the 9th co…
ventral mesogastrium
lesser omentum (hepatogastric ligament and hepatoduodenal lig…
16 terms
Anatomy Assessment 3
4 rotator cuff muscles
difference between pectoral girdle and…
pectoral girdle is made up of
function of labrum
supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis
scapular movement vs. humerus movement
clavicle and scapula
helps hold humerus in space
4 rotator cuff muscles
supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis
difference between pectoral girdle and…
scapular movement vs. humerus movement
24 terms
Holes Anatomy CH 12 Assessment
Major functions of blood include _____…
Formed elements in blood are _______,…
The liquid portion of blood is called…
Describe a red blood cell. (p. 328)
d. all of the above
red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets
Plasma
A red blood cell is a biconcave disk that has no nucleus.
Major functions of blood include _____…
d. all of the above
Formed elements in blood are _______,…
red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets
ACC Anatomy Assessment
Why is Carbon such a versatile element?
Homeostasis
List the levels of organization from a…
Hydroxyl Group
The central element of life. Carbon has the ability to form b…
A process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable int…
Atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, systems…
(-OH) ... -joined by a polar covalent bond ... -soluble in water... -f…
Why is Carbon such a versatile element?
The central element of life. Carbon has the ability to form b…
Homeostasis
A process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable int…
Anatomy common assessment
atom, cell, tissue, organ, organ syste…
1) stimulus: produces change in variab…
proximal
distal
identify the 6 levels of structural organization in the body…
identify the 5 elements of a homeostatic control system in or…
limbs
limbs
atom, cell, tissue, organ, organ syste…
identify the 6 levels of structural organization in the body…
1) stimulus: produces change in variab…
identify the 5 elements of a homeostatic control system in or…
312 terms
Anatomy- Clinical Assessment
Pectus excavatum
What can cause pectus excavatum?
Pectus carinatum
What can cause pectus carinatum?
- a depression of the sternum; funnel chest
- associated with exercise intolerance, dyspnea, chest pain
- an anterior protrusion of the sternum; pigeon chest
- associated with dyspnea, frequent respiratory tract infecti…
Pectus excavatum
- a depression of the sternum; funnel chest
What can cause pectus excavatum?
- associated with exercise intolerance, dyspnea, chest pain
79 terms
Holes Anatomy CH 14 Assessment
Explain the functions of the lymphatic…
Trace the general pathway of lymph fro…
Tissue fluid forms as a result of filt…
Describe two functions of lymph. (p. 3…
Lymphatic vessels transport excess fluid away from interstiti…
lymphatic capillaries, lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, lympha…
Resorbtion; hydrostatic pressure
lymph transports foreign particles, such as bacteria and viru…
Explain the functions of the lymphatic…
Lymphatic vessels transport excess fluid away from interstiti…
Trace the general pathway of lymph fro…
lymphatic capillaries, lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, lympha…
83 terms
Anatomy Assessment First Semester
Anatomy is the study of
The study of the function of cells is…
The anatomical position is described as
A plane that divides the body into rig…
the structure of a body part
cytology
body erect,arms at the side, palms forward
sagittal plane
Anatomy is the study of
the structure of a body part
The study of the function of cells is…
cytology
ACC Anatomy Assessment Study
Nucleus Structure
Hydroxyl
Carbonyl
Carboxyl
The nucleus is completely surrounded by a nuclear envelope, w…
A hydrogen atom is bonded to an oxygen atom, which in turn is…
consists of a carbon atom joined to an oxygen atom by a doubl…
When an oxygen atom is double-bonded to a carbon atom that is…
Nucleus Structure
The nucleus is completely surrounded by a nuclear envelope, w…
Hydroxyl
A hydrogen atom is bonded to an oxygen atom, which in turn is…
13 terms
Anatomy - Cranial Nerve Assessment
Olfactory (I)
Optic (II)
Oculomotor (III), Trochlear (IV) and A…
Oculomotor
Have person identify familiar odors applied to each nostril
Have person identify number of fingers held up in each visual…
Have person follow your finger without moving head (H-pattern…
Shine light in each eye and note reactions
Olfactory (I)
Have person identify familiar odors applied to each nostril
Optic (II)
Have person identify number of fingers held up in each visual…
33 terms
First quarter assessment (anatomy)
When a change in matter alters the bas…
Inactive or stored energy is called?
Isotopes differ from each other only i…
The sum of the protons and neutrons in…
Chemical
Potential
Neutrons
Atomic weight
When a change in matter alters the bas…
Chemical
Inactive or stored energy is called?
Potential
175 terms
Anatomy and Physiology assessment exam
Levels of organization starting with A…
Define Homeostasis
Describe Negative Feedback and how it…
Positive feedback
The major levels of organization, from smallest to largest:... a…
a) describes the maintenance of the internal... environment of t…
Organism senses a change in the internal environment... a) Organ…
Organism senses a change in the internal environment... a) Respo…
Levels of organization starting with A…
The major levels of organization, from smallest to largest:... a…
Define Homeostasis
a) describes the maintenance of the internal... environment of t…
anatomy vocab assessment
cervical vertebrae
thoracic vertebrae
lumbar vertebrae
sacral vertebrae
7
12
5
5, butt
cervical vertebrae
7
thoracic vertebrae
12
77 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Assessment 1
Defense against infection and disease
Filter blood, collect and remove nitro…
Intake of air and gas exchange
Intake of food, mechanical and chemica…
Lymphatic System
Excretory System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Defense against infection and disease
Lymphatic System
Filter blood, collect and remove nitro…
Excretory System
ACC Anatomy Assessment Test
Where does Glycolosis occur?
What prefix means 1,000? x
What is a thousandth of a gram?
An example of positive feedback of hom…
Cytoplasm
Kilo
mg
Labor
Where does Glycolosis occur?
Cytoplasm
What prefix means 1,000? x
Kilo
21 terms
Anatomy Assessment (Blood)
Plasma
Plasma proteins
Albumins
Globulins
Liquid portion of blood
Proteins that circulate in the blood stream
Bind & transport drugs, hormones, etc.
Antibodies & enzymes
Plasma
Liquid portion of blood
Plasma proteins
Proteins that circulate in the blood stream
Anatomy Eye Assessment Review
Emmetropic
Myopia
Nearsightedness
Hyperopia
The eye that focuses images correctly on the retina is said t…
Nearsightedness
Can see objects near you clearly but objects far away are blu…
Farsightedness
Emmetropic
The eye that focuses images correctly on the retina is said t…
Myopia
Nearsightedness
18 terms
Anatomy Assessment 5
components of pharyngeal arches
first pharyngeal arch
second pharyngeal arch
third pharyngeal arch
mesenchyme that will develop into cartilage and bone, skeleta…
-bone: mandible, maxilla, malleus, incus, part of temporal bo…
-bone: stapes, styloid process, and lesser horn of hyoid bone…
-bone: greater horn of hyoid and lower part of body of hyoid…
components of pharyngeal arches
mesenchyme that will develop into cartilage and bone, skeleta…
first pharyngeal arch
-bone: mandible, maxilla, malleus, incus, part of temporal bo…
Anatomy and Physiology Landmarks Assessment
Cephalic
Frontal
Cervical
Acromial
Head
Forehead
Neck
Shoulder
Cephalic
Head
Frontal
Forehead
The brain: anatomy and assessment
occipital lobe
parietal lobe
temporal lobe
frontal lobe
vision
somatosensory and spatial
hearing- audition, speech, emotional, and motivational behavior
motor control (back end of frontal cortex) and executive func…
occipital lobe
vision
parietal lobe
somatosensory and spatial
107 terms
ACC Anatomy & Physiology I Assessment
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Vesicles
Golgi Apparatus
produces lipids, stores calcium ions in muscle cells, helps g…
covered in ribosomes, allows proteins to fold into their prop…
Small bits of the rough endoplasmic reticulum bud off to tran…
vesicles drop off molecules, they travel through the apparatu…
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
produces lipids, stores calcium ions in muscle cells, helps g…
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
covered in ribosomes, allows proteins to fold into their prop…
Anatomy Assessment 1
planes
sagittal
frontal
transverse
sagittal, frontal, and transverse
left and right portions of body
front and back portions of body
upper and lower body
planes
sagittal, frontal, and transverse
sagittal
left and right portions of body
21 terms
Neck Assessment/Thorax and Lungs Anatomy and Assessment
Thyroid cartilage (prominence)
Trachea
Lymph Glands: drainage
Carotid Arteries
Below is cricoid cartilage (when you can enter endotracheal t…
-windpipe (mouth to lungs... -lies midline... -(1) deviated: could…
-palpate for tenderness... -Swelling (lymphomopathy)
-Sides of trachea-coming from aorta... -Do NOT palpate both side…
Thyroid cartilage (prominence)
Below is cricoid cartilage (when you can enter endotracheal t…
Trachea
-windpipe (mouth to lungs... -lies midline... -(1) deviated: could…
Anatomy Terms-- Assessment
anterior cruciate ligament (knee)
anterior pillar (mouth)
antihelix (ear)
anterior chamber (eye)
connects the femur to the tibia
palatoglossal arch, two curved ridges of the soft palate
a y-shaped curved cartilaginous ridge arising from the antitr…
the fluid filled space inside the eye between the iris and th…
anterior cruciate ligament (knee)
connects the femur to the tibia
anterior pillar (mouth)
palatoglossal arch, two curved ridges of the soft palate
28 terms
Anatomy Chapter Assessment
Which of the following is a major tiss…
A general characteristic of epithelial…
Explain how the structure of epithelia…
simple squamous epithelium
all of the above
cells readily divide
always has a free surface exposed to the outside or internall…
air sacs of lungs
Which of the following is a major tiss…
all of the above
A general characteristic of epithelial…
cells readily divide
73 terms
Patient assessment abbrevations and anatomy
READS
OARS
OPQRS
OLDCARTS
rolling with resistance, ... Exercise empathy... Avoid argument... Dev…
open ended questions... affirmations... Reflective listening... Summar…
Onset, Palliating/Provoking factors, Quality, Radiation, Site…
Onset, Location, Duration, Character, Aggravating /Alleviatin…
READS
rolling with resistance, ... Exercise empathy... Avoid argument... Dev…
OARS
open ended questions... affirmations... Reflective listening... Summar…
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