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Anatomy Chapter 8
Definition of a flat bone
Definition of a long bone
Definition of a short bone
Definition of an irregular bone
Bone that is plate-like. Example: sternum
Bone that is longer than it is wide. Example: fibula
Bone that is shaped like a cube. Example: triquetrum
Bone that doesn't fit any other category. Example: atlas
Definition of a flat bone
Bone that is plate-like. Example: sternum
Definition of a long bone
Bone that is longer than it is wide. Example: fibula
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Anatomy Chapter 8
4 bones
60 bones
2 bones
60 bones
how many bones in the pectoral girdle
how many bones in the upper limb
how many bones in the pelvic girdle
how many bones in the lower limb
4 bones
how many bones in the pectoral girdle
60 bones
how many bones in the upper limb
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Anatomy Chapter 8 Joints
ARTICULATIONS
2 WAYS TO CLASSIFY JOINTS
DEGREE OF MOTION OF JOINTS
STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF JOINTS
1. functional junctions between bones... 2. bind parts of the sk…
1. structure... 2. movement
(1) synarthrotic... (2) amphiarthrotic... (3) diarthrotic
(1) fibrous joints... (2) cartilaginous joints... (3) synovial joints
ARTICULATIONS
1. functional junctions between bones... 2. bind parts of the sk…
2 WAYS TO CLASSIFY JOINTS
1. structure... 2. movement
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Human Anatomy: Chapter 8 Vocabulary
Articulation
Fibrous Joint
Cartilaginous Joint
Synovial Joint
Where two or more bones meet; also known as a skeletal joint
A skeletal joint consisting of many fibers (EX: Suture)
Two or more bones joined by cartilage (EX: Intervertebral Joi…
A freely movable joint. the most common skeletal joint. Enclo…
Articulation
Where two or more bones meet; also known as a skeletal joint
Fibrous Joint
A skeletal joint consisting of many fibers (EX: Suture)
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Anatomy Chapter 8
blood cells
Diaphysis
Periosteum
Cancellous
The skeletal system function of hematopoiesis refers to the p…
Which term refers to the shaft of a long bone?
Which is the strong fibrous membrane covering most of the lon…
Which term refers to the ends of a long bone?
blood cells
The skeletal system function of hematopoiesis refers to the p…
Diaphysis
Which term refers to the shaft of a long bone?
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Chapter 8 Anatomy
Fibrous Joints
Cartilaginous joint
Synovial joint
joint
Dense connective tissues connect bone... Between bones in close…
hyaline cartilage or fibrocartilage connects bone
most complex, free movement
functional junctions between bones
Fibrous Joints
Dense connective tissues connect bone... Between bones in close…
Cartilaginous joint
hyaline cartilage or fibrocartilage connects bone
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Joint
Functions of Joints
Classification of Joints
Fibrous Joints
A site where two or more bones meet
Allow mobility of the skeleton, hold the skeleton together
Based on the material which binds bones together
Immovable joints held together by fibrous connective tissue
Joint
A site where two or more bones meet
Functions of Joints
Allow mobility of the skeleton, hold the skeleton together
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Anatomy: Chapter 8
Actin
Antagonist
Aponeurosis
Fascia
Thin protein filaments
Opposes prime movers actions
Broad fibrous sheets of connective tissue that attach adjacen…
Layers of fibrous connective tissue
Actin
Thin protein filaments
Antagonist
Opposes prime movers actions
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Chapter 8 Anatomy Terms
Actin
Agonist
Antagonist
Aponeuroses
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
A contracting muscle whose action is opposed by another muscle
A muscle that opposes a prime mover
A sheet of connective tissue that attached muscle
Actin
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
Agonist
A contracting muscle whose action is opposed by another muscle
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Appendicular Skeleton
Pectoral Girdle
Clavicle
Scapula
Includes the pectoral girdle, upper limbs, pelvic girdle, and…
4 bones total, consists of the scapulae and the clavicles. Fo…
Long bone. Has a sternal (flat) end and an acromial (round) e…
Flat bone. Articulates with the clavicle and the humerus. Inc…
Appendicular Skeleton
Includes the pectoral girdle, upper limbs, pelvic girdle, and…
Pectoral Girdle
4 bones total, consists of the scapulae and the clavicles. Fo…
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Joints (articulations)
Joints are classified based on:
Joints can be classified based on thei…
Sutures
exist wherever two or more bones meet... Direct contact or indir…
Function... Range of motion... Structure... Makeup of the joint
Synarthrosis ... Amphiarthrosis... Diarthrosis
(joints found only in the skull)
Joints (articulations)
exist wherever two or more bones meet... Direct contact or indir…
Joints are classified based on:
Function... Range of motion... Structure... Makeup of the joint
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Extrinsic eye muscles, eyelids, conjun…
Medial and lateral commissure (canthus)
Palpebral fissure
Tarsal glands
Accessory structures of the eye
Medial and lateral corner of the eyes
Space between eyelids in an open eye
Modified subcutaneous glands associated with the eyelid edges…
Extrinsic eye muscles, eyelids, conjun…
Accessory structures of the eye
Medial and lateral commissure (canthus)
Medial and lateral corner of the eyes
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Trapezius
Deltoid
Pectoralis Major
Serratus Anterior
extends from thoracic vertebrae to occipital and across clavi…
covers the shoulder... extends the humerus
across the chest... moves arms across the chest
outer surface of the ribs... pulling the scapula downward
Trapezius
extends from thoracic vertebrae to occipital and across clavi…
Deltoid
covers the shoulder... extends the humerus
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Anatomy Chapter 8 Joints
ARTICULATIONS
2 WAYS TO CLASSIFY JOINTS
DEGREE OF MOTION OF JOINTS
(1) synarthrotic
1. functional junctions between bones... 2. bind parts of the sk…
1. structure... 2. movement
(1) synarthrotic... (2) amphiarthrotic... (3) diarthrotic
immovable joints ... (syn=without)
ARTICULATIONS
1. functional junctions between bones... 2. bind parts of the sk…
2 WAYS TO CLASSIFY JOINTS
1. structure... 2. movement
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Functions of the Brain
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Association Neurons
Nutrients needed for Energy
1. Receives Sensory input... 2. Processes and Interprets Data... 3.…
Brain & Spinal Cord
Use AP to get messages to other neurons
Glucose and Oxygen
Functions of the Brain
1. Receives Sensory input... 2. Processes and Interprets Data... 3.…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Brain & Spinal Cord
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Chapter 8 Vocab- Anatomy
multipolar structure
bipolar structure
unipolar structure
afferent function (sensory)
1 axon, many dendrite branches
1 cell body, 2 branches
1 cell body, 1 branch split into 2 divisions
takes information into the CNS from the body
multipolar structure
1 axon, many dendrite branches
bipolar structure
1 cell body, 2 branches
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Anatomy Vocab Chapter 8
1) Joint (articulation)
2) Synarthroses
3) Amphiarthroses
4) Diathroses
The site where two or more joints meet... - They hold us toget…
Immovable joints... - Mostly in the Axial skeleton
Slightly movable joints... - Largely restricted to the axial s…
Freely movable joints... - Predominate joint in the limbs
1) Joint (articulation)
The site where two or more joints meet... - They hold us toget…
2) Synarthroses
Immovable joints... - Mostly in the Axial skeleton
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anatomy chapter 8
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
sutures
immovable joint
slightly movable joint
freely movable joint
only in skull... bones interlocked together... synarthrosis
synarthrosis
immovable joint
amphiarthrosis
slightly movable joint
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Chapter 8 Hip/Pelvis Anatomy
Acetabulum
Adductor Brevis
Adductor Longus
Adductor Magnus
Acetabulum
Adductor Brevis
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Anatomy Chapter 8
nearly half the body's mass
primary function of muscle
overview of muscle functions
3 types of muscle tissue
muscle
contraction for movement
produce body movements, maintain posture, generate body heat,…
skeletal, cardiac, smooth
nearly half the body's mass
muscle
primary function of muscle
contraction for movement
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY CHAPTER 8
FUNCTION OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
4 MAJOR TYPES OF BONES, ACCORDING TO O…
STRUCTURE OF LONG BONES/DIAPHYSIS (SHA…
STRUCTURE OF LONG BONES/MEDULLARY CAVITY
1.) PROVIDES INTERNAL FRAMEWORK THAT SUPPORTS THE BODY... 2.) PR…
1.)LONG - EX. HUMERUS (UPPER ARM)... 2.)SHORT - EX. CARPALS (WRI…
HOLLOW TUBE OF HARD COMPACT BONE
HOLLOW SPACE INSIDE THE DIAPHYSIS THAT CONTAINS YELLOW MARROW
FUNCTION OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
1.) PROVIDES INTERNAL FRAMEWORK THAT SUPPORTS THE BODY... 2.) PR…
4 MAJOR TYPES OF BONES, ACCORDING TO O…
1.)LONG - EX. HUMERUS (UPPER ARM)... 2.)SHORT - EX. CARPALS (WRI…
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Chapter 8 Anatomy Review
Function of the Appendicular Skeleton
appendicular skeleton
pectoral girdle
scapula
makes locomotion possible and protects some organs.
Know this
Function of the Appendicular Skeleton
makes locomotion possible and protects some organs.
appendicular skeleton
Know this
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Anatomy Chapter 8
List 3 functions of the nervous system
List the 2 divisions
What parts are involved in the CNS?
What is the function of the interneuro…
1. Monitors internal and external environment ... 2. Integrates…
1. Central Nervous System (CNS)... 2. Peripheral Nervous System…
Brain, spinal cord both contain interneurons
Process info
List 3 functions of the nervous system
1. Monitors internal and external environment ... 2. Integrates…
List the 2 divisions
1. Central Nervous System (CNS)... 2. Peripheral Nervous System…
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Anatomy Lecture Chapter 8
4 Types of Bones
Bone Markings that characterize each b…
Projections
Depressions, grooves, and openings
Flat, irregular, long, and short
Projections, smooth areas, depressions, grooves, and openings
where muscles, tendons, and ligaments attach
Where blood vessels and nerves travel
4 Types of Bones
Flat, irregular, long, and short
Bone Markings that characterize each b…
Projections, smooth areas, depressions, grooves, and openings
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Dahl Anatomy Joints, Chapter 8
acetabul
annul
arth
burs
vinegar cup
ring
joint
bag,purse
acetabul
vinegar cup
annul
ring
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Anatomy Chapter 8
The Pectoral Girdle
Girdle means
The pectoral girdle is more versatile,…
The axial skeleton forms the central a…
The bones that attach each upper limb to the axial skeleton f…
One or more supporting bones, connect limb to trunk
pelvic girdle is stronger
the skull, vertebral column, and thoracic cage
The Pectoral Girdle
The bones that attach each upper limb to the axial skeleton f…
Girdle means
One or more supporting bones, connect limb to trunk
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Hole's Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 8: Joints
Joints functions
Joints structural classificatication
Fibrous joints
Cartilaginous joints
-bind parts of skeletal system together... -make bone growth pos…
-fibrous joints... -cartilaginous joints... -synovial joints
-dense connective tissues connect bones... -between bones in clo…
hyaline cartilage or fibricartilage connect bones
Joints functions
-bind parts of skeletal system together... -make bone growth pos…
Joints structural classificatication
-fibrous joints... -cartilaginous joints... -synovial joints
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Chapter 8-anatomy
What two ways do we classify joints?
Structural
What are the three structural classes…
Functional
Structural and Functional
based on major connective tissue type that binds bones
fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial
based on degree of motion
What two ways do we classify joints?
Structural and Functional
Structural
based on major connective tissue type that binds bones
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Chapter 8 Anatomy
Joints (articulations)
Joints are classified based on:
Synarthrosis
Amphiarthrosis
exist wherever two or more bones meet; may be in direct conta…
function (range of motion) and structure (makeup of the joint)
function; immovable
function; slightly movable
Joints (articulations)
exist wherever two or more bones meet; may be in direct conta…
Joints are classified based on:
function (range of motion) and structure (makeup of the joint)
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Articulation(joints)
Functions of joints
Two classifications of Joints
Functional
Site where two or more bones meet... Weakest parts of skeleton
Give skeleton mobility... Hold skeleton together
Functional-amount of movement allowed ... Structural-materials a…
Amount of movement joint allows
Articulation(joints)
Site where two or more bones meet... Weakest parts of skeleton
Functions of joints
Give skeleton mobility... Hold skeleton together
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Anatomy Chapter 8 diagrams
Sclera
Ciliary body
Cornea
Lens
Sclera
Ciliary body
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Chapter 8 anatomy
Pectoral girdle
True
costal tuberosity
styloid process
It consist of the left and right clavicles and left and right…
True or false? Because the scapula is not directly attached t…
The prominence on the inferior side of the sternal end of the…
If you palpate the bony projection on the lateral side of you…
Pectoral girdle
It consist of the left and right clavicles and left and right…
True
True or false? Because the scapula is not directly attached t…
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Actin
Agonist
Antagonists
Aponeuroses
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
also known as the prime mover, this is the muscle providing m…
the muscle that resists the prime mover's action and causes m…
broad fibrous sheets of connective tissue that attaches muscles
Actin
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
Agonist
also known as the prime mover, this is the muscle providing m…
Anatomy Chapter 8: Muscles
Buccinator
Frontalis
Occipitalis
Masseter
horizontally running muscle, lines inside of cheek to help yo…
Lining Forehead, helps to raise your eyebrows
Lines the back of your skull; helps to raise your eyebrows
Vertically runs along the back of your cheek towards your ear…
Buccinator
horizontally running muscle, lines inside of cheek to help yo…
Frontalis
Lining Forehead, helps to raise your eyebrows
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Boundaries of the Abdominopelvic Cavity
Rectus Abdominus
External Oblique
Internal Oblique
Anterior and Lateral: abdominal muscles & bony pelvis... Posteri…
-Originates at pubis... -Inserts at xiphoid process of the stern…
-Originates at borders of ribs 5-12... -Inserts at Linea Alba... (M…
-Originates at lumbodorsal fascia and iliac crest... -Inserts at…
Boundaries of the Abdominopelvic Cavity
Anterior and Lateral: abdominal muscles & bony pelvis... Posteri…
Rectus Abdominus
-Originates at pubis... -Inserts at xiphoid process of the stern…
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Anatomy Chapter 8: Articulations
Joints are classified based on:
Synarthrosis
Amphiarthrosis
Diarthrosis... (Synovial joints)
Function: range of motion... Structure: Makeup of the joint
Immovable.... Ex. Sutures, Synchondrosis, Gomphosis, Synchondros…
Slightly movable... Ex. Syndesmosis, Symphysis,
Freely movable... -typically found at the ends of long bones... Ex.…
Joints are classified based on:
Function: range of motion... Structure: Makeup of the joint
Synarthrosis
Immovable.... Ex. Sutures, Synchondrosis, Gomphosis, Synchondros…
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Chapter 8 Anatomy
skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, smoot…
Cardiac Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Name the 3 types of muscle tissue
Has intercalated disks, branches, centrally located nuclei, s…
Attached to bones, Voluntarily controlled unless it's a refle…
Located in walls of hollow glands, blood vessels, eyes, and s…
skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, smoot…
Name the 3 types of muscle tissue
Cardiac Muscle
Has intercalated disks, branches, centrally located nuclei, s…
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Anatomy and Physiology - Chapter 8 Vocabulary
tendons
insertion
origin
aponeuroses
composed of dense fibrous connective tissue, binds muscle to…
more moveable bony attachment of the muscle
pulled toward its less movable attachment
flattened sheetlike tendons
tendons
composed of dense fibrous connective tissue, binds muscle to…
insertion
more moveable bony attachment of the muscle
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Chapter 8 Anatomy
Sensory
Na/K Exchange Pump
Interneuron
An action potential
What type of neuron recieves information from monitoring our…
Which membrane transports proteins are responsible for gettin…
What type of Neuron resides in the Central Nervous system?
What is another name for an electrical impulse that will trav…
Sensory
What type of neuron recieves information from monitoring our…
Na/K Exchange Pump
Which membrane transports proteins are responsible for gettin…
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Anatomy Chapter 8
Fascia
Myosin
Actin
Sarcomeres
Sheet of dense connective tissue that encloses a muscle.
Protein that, with actin, forms the filaments that interact t…
Protein in a muscle fiber that forms filaments that slide bet…
Structural and functional unit of a myofibril.
Fascia
Sheet of dense connective tissue that encloses a muscle.
Myosin
Protein that, with actin, forms the filaments that interact t…
27 terms
Anatomy Chapter 8
Actin
Agonist
Antagonists
Aponeuroses
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
also known as the prime mover, this is the muscle providing m…
the muscle that resists the prime mover's action and causes m…
broad fibrous sheets of connective tissue that attaches muscles
Actin
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
Agonist
also known as the prime mover, this is the muscle providing m…
99 terms
Anatomy Chapter 8 Joints
ARTICULATIONS
2 WAYS TO CLASSIFY JOINTS
DEGREE OF MOTION OF JOINTS
(1) synarthrotic
1. functional junctions between bones... 2. bind parts of the sk…
1. structure... 2. movement
(1) synarthrotic... (2) amphiarthrotic... (3) diarthrotic
immovable joints ... (syn=without)
ARTICULATIONS
1. functional junctions between bones... 2. bind parts of the sk…
2 WAYS TO CLASSIFY JOINTS
1. structure... 2. movement
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jancich anatomy ch 8 anterior thigh muscles
psoas major
psoas major O,I,A
iliacus
iliacus O,I,A
...
...
psoas major
psoas major O,I,A
...
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Anatomy chapter 8
zygomatic
temporal
palatine
parietal
zygomatic
temporal
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Anatomy Chapter 8
accommodation
accommodation pupillary reflex
anvil (incus)
aqueous humor
(1) adaptation in response to differences or changing needs;…
...
...
the watery fluid in the anterior chambers of the eye
accommodation
(1) adaptation in response to differences or changing needs;…
accommodation pupillary reflex
...
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Chapter 8 Terminology Anatomy
Oral Stage
Oral preparatory stage (mastication)
pharyngeal stage
esophageal stage
Bolus pushed back toward the oropharynx by the tongue in a fr…
Food prepared for swallowing ... Food kept in mouth by sealing o…
Begins when bolus reaches faucial pillars... Bolus propelled thr…
Final stage of mastication and deglutition... Purely reflexive a…
Oral Stage
Bolus pushed back toward the oropharynx by the tongue in a fr…
Oral preparatory stage (mastication)
Food prepared for swallowing ... Food kept in mouth by sealing o…
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Chapter 8 anatomy
Actin
Agonist
Antagonists
Aponeuroses
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
A chemical that binds to a receptor and activates the recepto…
A muscle that opposes a prime Mover
A sheet of pearly white fibrous tissue that takes the place o…
Actin
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
Agonist
A chemical that binds to a receptor and activates the recepto…
27 terms
Chapter 8 Anatomy Terms
Actin
Agonist
Antagonist
Aponeuroses
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
A contracting muscle whose action is opposed by another muscle
A muscle that opposes a prime mover
A sheet of connective tissue that attached muscle
Actin
A protein that forms filaments that slide between filaments o…
Agonist
A contracting muscle whose action is opposed by another muscle
27 terms
Anatomy Chapter 8
Actin
agonist
antagonists
aponeruroses
Thin filament of protein found in muscles
A chemical that mimics the action of a neurotransmitter.
Chemical substances that block or reduce a cell's response to…
Flattened tendon of closely packed, parallel collagenous bund…
Actin
Thin filament of protein found in muscles
agonist
A chemical that mimics the action of a neurotransmitter.
55 terms
Chapter 8 Anatomy
special senses
general senses
equilibrium
extrinsic eye muscles
smell, taste, sight, hearing, and equilibrium
touch
to balance
controls the eye movements
special senses
smell, taste, sight, hearing, and equilibrium
general senses
touch
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