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29 terms
Anatomy (DR)
Name the 3 bones that make up the pelv…
What is may-thurner syndrome?
What is the difference between the tru…
Name the 3 ligaments found in the pelvis
Ilium... Ischium... Pubis
Right iliac artery compresses your left iliac vein
True pelvis= inferior portions of the pelvic bones, sacrum an…
Sacroiliac lligament= sacrum and iliac bones... Sacrotuberous= d…
Name the 3 bones that make up the pelv…
Ilium... Ischium... Pubis
What is may-thurner syndrome?
Right iliac artery compresses your left iliac vein
67 terms
Dr. Collins Anatomy & Physiology
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous tissue
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
Loose, dense, adipose, cartilage, bone, blood -general charac…
Carries out signal transmission
Tissues
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Epithelial tissue
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
44 terms
Dr Little Pig Anatomy
1
2
3
4
thymus
larynx
thyroid
heart
1
thymus
2
larynx
164 terms
Anatomy and Physiology CMA Dr Barba ( cd )
the cranial nerve associated with the…
Sperm cells are produced in the
the thalamus and hypothalamus are loca…
Diencephalon
olfatory nerve
testes
diencephalon
Contains thalamus and hypothalamus
the cranial nerve associated with the…
olfatory nerve
Sperm cells are produced in the
testes
99 terms
Anatomy-Dr. He
What is the function of the vertebral…
What is the function of the vertebral…
What form the vertebral arch?
What is the function of the interverte…
The vertebral body works a weight bearing. Supports weight.
Protect the spinal cord
Pedicle and Lamina
It transmits spinal nerves. Access for the nerves for entranc…
What is the function of the vertebral…
The vertebral body works a weight bearing. Supports weight.
What is the function of the vertebral…
Protect the spinal cord
122 terms
Dr. B - Anatomy - Bones
frontal
parietal
occipital
temporal
frontal
parietal
86 terms
Dr. White Anatomy
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical position
Superior
Study of Structure.
Study of function
Standing erect, facing forward, upper arms at side, palms for…
Above a part
Anatomy
Study of Structure.
Physiology
Study of function
49 terms
Dr. Clancy- Anatomy skull
Frontal Sinus
Parietal Bone
Occipital Bone
occipital condyle
Frontal Sinus
Parietal Bone
37 terms
Anatomy 3 Dr. King
Composed of a network of vessels, duct…
Most widely distributed connective tis…
Cells that support, insulate, and prot…
Hairlike projections that extend from…
Lymphatic System
areolar
Neuroglia
Cilia
Composed of a network of vessels, duct…
Lymphatic System
Most widely distributed connective tis…
areolar
24 terms
anatomy dr clancy
sacrum
sacral canal
superior articular facet
medial sacral crest
sacrum
sacral canal
Dr Collins Anatomy & Physiology
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous tissue
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
Loose, dense, adipose, cartilage, bone, blood -general charac…
Carries out signal transmission
Tissues
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Epithelial tissue
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
20 terms
Anatomy, Dr. Malan
All living organisms have certain char…
Define anatomy
Define physiology
Explain why anatomy today is considere…
metabolism, responsiveness, movement, growth, differentiation…
the study of structure and the relationships among structures.
the study of how the body parts function
It can be divided into various disciplines. (Gross anatomy, m…
All living organisms have certain char…
metabolism, responsiveness, movement, growth, differentiation…
Define anatomy
the study of structure and the relationships among structures.
7 terms
... Dr D... ...Anatomy...
Femoral Triangle or Scarpa's Triangle
The Superior Boundary of the Femoral T…
The Lateral Boundary of the Femoral Tr…
The Medial Boundary of the Femoral Tri…
The Femoral Triangle is located in the anterior, superior por…
is formed by the inguinal ligament
is formed by the sartorius muscle
is formed by the Adductor Longus Muscle
Femoral Triangle or Scarpa's Triangle
The Femoral Triangle is located in the anterior, superior por…
The Superior Boundary of the Femoral T…
is formed by the inguinal ligament
24 terms
Spinal Anatomy Dr Ward
the difference between C3 to C7.......…
C1
C2
Longus colli and anterior longitudinal…
the spinous process
axis
atlas
connect to anterior tubercle of atlas
the difference between C3 to C7.......…
the spinous process
C1
axis
120 terms
Dr.Fleetwood Anatomy Joints
Flexion
Extension
Lateral Flexion
Dorsiflexion
Forward
Backward
Side to side
Up on heels
Flexion
Forward
Extension
Backward
27 terms
Anatomy Dr. Who
andrologist
anesthesiologist
audiologist
cardiologist
male doctor
Sleep doctor
Hearing Doctor
heart doctor
andrologist
male doctor
anesthesiologist
Sleep doctor
38 terms
Heart Anatomy (Dr. Whitley)
Visceral layer
Phrenic Nerve
Long axis of the heart
Right Atrium
Layer of the serous pericardium supplied by the coronary arte…
Nerve supply of the pericardium
Runs from the base to the apex... Directed anteriorly, inferior…
Place where the coronary sinus drains
Visceral layer
Layer of the serous pericardium supplied by the coronary arte…
Phrenic Nerve
Nerve supply of the pericardium
71 terms
Dr White Anatomy Introduction
How many cells are there in the human…
Cell specialization; when a cell becom…
What is another name for a composite c…
What are the major parts of a composit…
50-100 trillion
Differentiation
Typical cell
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, and Cell Membrane
How many cells are there in the human…
50-100 trillion
Cell specialization; when a cell becom…
Differentiation
58 terms
Anatomy Lab 8 Dr.J
Axillary Artery
Axillary Nerve
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii
Identify the vessel.
Identify the nerve.
Identify the muscle.
Identify the muscle.
Axillary Artery
Identify the vessel.
Axillary Nerve
Identify the nerve.
37 terms
Anatomy Chapter 3 Dr.King
Composed of a network of vessels, duct…
Most widely distributed connective tis…
Cells that support, insulate, and prot…
Hairlike projections that extend from…
Lymphatic System
areolar
Neuroglia
Cilia
Composed of a network of vessels, duct…
Lymphatic System
Most widely distributed connective tis…
areolar
85 terms
Dr White Anatomy Midterm
Medial
Lateral
Superior
Inferior
Closer to the midline
Farther out to the side, away from the midline
A part above another part
A part below another part
Medial
Closer to the midline
Lateral
Farther out to the side, away from the midline
12 terms
Facial nerves anatomy Dr. Nelson
I Olfactory
II Optic
III Oculomotor
IV Trochlear
Cribriform plate of ethmoid (Come)
Optic canal (On)
Superior Orbital Fissure (SOFia)
Superior Orbital Fissure (SOFia)
I Olfactory
Cribriform plate of ethmoid (Come)
II Optic
Optic canal (On)
33 terms
Anatomy Lab 5 Dr J
Common Carotid Artery... (The common caro…
Cranial Laryngeal Artery... (The cranial…
Cranial Thyroid Artery... (The cranial th…
Digastric Muscle... (ORIGIN: mandible + m…
ID the vessel.
ID the vessel.
ID the vessel.
ID the muscle.
Common Carotid Artery... (The common caro…
ID the vessel.
Cranial Laryngeal Artery... (The cranial…
ID the vessel.
36 terms
Dr. Vo Anatomy Final
hormone with most target cells
what hormones come from the hypothalamus
hormones produced by the anterior pitu…
hormones produced by the posterior pit…
Growth Hormone
FSH, LH, ACTH, PRL, GH, TSH, Oxytocin, Antidiuretic
FSH, LH, ACTH, PRL, GH, TSH
oxytocin (orgasms) and antidiuretic (water regulating)
hormone with most target cells
Growth Hormone
what hormones come from the hypothalamus
FSH, LH, ACTH, PRL, GH, TSH, Oxytocin, Antidiuretic
31 terms
Dr. Brecker Anatomy Tissues
38 terms
Dr. Safoui Anatomy
Thyroid general features
borders of the thyroid gland
contents of carotid sheath
poles
brown firm gland located in the anterior neck posterior to th…
superior: midthyroid cartilage... lateral: carotid sheath and SC…
common carotid artery ... internal carotid ... jugular vein ... vagus…
terms used to subdivide the thyroid... -superior is the upper po…
Thyroid general features
brown firm gland located in the anterior neck posterior to th…
borders of the thyroid gland
superior: midthyroid cartilage... lateral: carotid sheath and SC…
67 terms
Dr Collins Anatomy & Physiology
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous tissue
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
Loose, dense, adipose, cartilage, bone, blood -general charac…
Carries out signal transmission
Tissues
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Epithelial tissue
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
164 terms
Dr. Dugat - Clinical Anatomy
T/F: a good PE should always be system…
ID abnormality in scapula
Id abnormality on shoulder (glenohumer…
What is the significance of supragleno…
True
palpate spine down to shoulder; dorsal border
palpate distal scapula; supraglenoid tubercle; ROM; palpate b…
Origin of biceps brachii; flexor of the elbow; source of bici…
T/F: a good PE should always be system…
True
ID abnormality in scapula
palpate spine down to shoulder; dorsal border
39 terms
Anatomy dr heldrith
Anatomy
Physiology
Maintaining boundaries
Movement
The study of the internal and external structures of the body…
The study of the function of anatomic structures
External: skin... Internal: mucus membrane
External: through environment ... Internal: through tubular organs
Anatomy
The study of the internal and external structures of the body…
Physiology
The study of the function of anatomic structures
59 terms
Dr. White Anatomy Midterm
Functions of epithelial tissue
Smoking destroys cilia. How does it co…
90% of cancer originates from what tis…
Where is stratified Squamus & location
Protection, secretion, absorbtion
Cilia no longer moves mucus that costs airway airway. Mucus c…
Epithelium.
Forms in epidermis. Lines oral cavity, esophagus, vigina. Pro…
Functions of epithelial tissue
Protection, secretion, absorbtion
Smoking destroys cilia. How does it co…
Cilia no longer moves mucus that costs airway airway. Mucus c…
11 terms
204 DR - applied anatomy
A 37 year old man who has previously d…
A 25 year old man, who is a keen athle…
An 18 year old baseball player present…
A 24 year old man has a midshaft humer…
Axillary nerve, which can become stretched following anterior…
- Supraspinatus... - Because it travels through a narrow space…
Subscapularis tear... Subscapularis, teres major, pectoralis ma…
profunda brachii & radial nerve... Test cutaneous sensation on…
A 37 year old man who has previously d…
Axillary nerve, which can become stretched following anterior…
A 25 year old man, who is a keen athle…
- Supraspinatus... - Because it travels through a narrow space…
67 terms
Dr Collins Anatomy & Physiology
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous tissue
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
Loose, dense, adipose, cartilage, bone, blood -general charac…
Carries out signal transmission
Tissues
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Epithelial tissue
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
308 terms
"Anatomy and Physiology CMA Dr Barba ( cd )"
the cranial nerve associated with the…
Sperm cells are produced in the
the thalmus and hypothalamus are locat…
Diencephalon
olfatory nerve
testes
diencephalon
Contains thalamus and hypothalamus
the cranial nerve associated with the…
olfatory nerve
Sperm cells are produced in the
testes
149 terms
anatomy Dr. Boros exam 3
5 special senses & cranial nerves
Olfactory Pathway
Gustatory Pathway
Three layers of the Eyeball... 1. Outer…
1.olfaction ... 2.taste... 3.vision... 4.hearing... 5.equilibrium&balance
-odors are sensed by olfactory receptors(at the nasal mucos…
taste buds - on the on the dorsal surface(top) of tongue ... *…
dense C.T. layer ... a. Sclera- white sheath that protects th…
5 special senses & cranial nerves
1.olfaction ... 2.taste... 3.vision... 4.hearing... 5.equilibrium&balance
Olfactory Pathway
-odors are sensed by olfactory receptors(at the nasal mucos…
69 terms
Dr. Cloud Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy
Morphologic
Physiology
Arabic terms
Morphologically structure of an organism; science of morpholo…
science which looks at the way at which structures of animals…
science concerned with living things with the normal vital pr…
Pharmaceuticals can be identified by the definite article "Al…
Anatomy
Morphologically structure of an organism; science of morpholo…
Morphologic
science which looks at the way at which structures of animals…
78 terms
Anatomy: Dr. Guyre Basic Neuroanatomy
Layers of the Scalp
3 Sutures of the Calvaria
Babies' sutures have not yet fused and…
Name the fosse of the skull base (3)
Skin... Subcutaneous Tissue... Galea (epicranial aponeurosis)... Subga…
Sagittal... Coronal ... Lambdoid
Anterior, Middle, Posterior cranial fossae... Divided by Sphenoi…
Layers of the Scalp
Skin... Subcutaneous Tissue... Galea (epicranial aponeurosis)... Subga…
3 Sutures of the Calvaria
Sagittal... Coronal ... Lambdoid
49 terms
Anatomy Final: Dr. Drost
sarcomere, receiving a stimulus
shorten with force
isotonic contraction
origin
The ________ is the functional unit of the skeletal muscle be…
Contractibility is the ability of skeletal muscle to ________…
During the time that a muscle is shortening but maintaining c…
The ______________ is the most stationary end of a muscle.
sarcomere, receiving a stimulus
The ________ is the functional unit of the skeletal muscle be…
shorten with force
Contractibility is the ability of skeletal muscle to ________…
99 terms
Anatomy-Dr. He
What is the function of the vertebral…
What is the function of the vertebral…
What form the vertebral arch?
What is the function of the interverte…
The vertebral body works a weight bearing. Supports weight.
Protect the spinal cord
Pedicle and Lamina
It transmits spinal nerves. Access for the nerves for entranc…
What is the function of the vertebral…
The vertebral body works a weight bearing. Supports weight.
What is the function of the vertebral…
Protect the spinal cord
58 terms
Honors Anatomy (Dr. Bayles)
Anatomy
Physiology
Morphology
Embryology
Science that studies structure form
Science that studies body functions
comparing structures between individuals, different times in…
the study of anatomical changes that occur during the develop…
Anatomy
Science that studies structure form
Physiology
Science that studies body functions
67 terms
Dr Collins Anatomy & Physiology
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous tissue
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
Loose, dense, adipose, cartilage, bone, blood -general charac…
Carries out signal transmission
Tissues
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Epithelial tissue
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
55 terms
Fascia Anatomy (Dr. Carter)
what type of connective tissue is fascia
is it a living, metabolically active t…
compartment syndrome encompasses what…
what's it's origin
diffuse, irregular fibrous connective tissue of varying densi…
yep
deep fascia
predominantly mesoderm
what type of connective tissue is fascia
diffuse, irregular fibrous connective tissue of varying densi…
is it a living, metabolically active t…
yep
Anatomy & Physiology (Dr White)
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical Position
Superior
study of structure
study of function
Standing erect, facing forward, upper limbs at the sides, pal…
A part above another part
Anatomy
study of structure
Physiology
study of function
37 terms
Anatomy Chapter 3 Dr.King
Lymphatic System
areolar
Neuroglia
Cilia
Composed of a network of vessels, ducts, nodes, and organs. P…
Most widely distributed connective tissue / Soft, pliable tis…
Cells that support, insulate, and protect neurons. These cell…
Hairlike projections that extend from the plasma membrane and…
Lymphatic System
Composed of a network of vessels, ducts, nodes, and organs. P…
areolar
Most widely distributed connective tissue / Soft, pliable tis…
37 terms
Anatomy Chapter 3 Dr.King
Lymphatic System
areolar
Neuroglia
Cilia
Composed of a network of vessels, ducts, nodes, and organs. P…
Most widely distributed connective tissue / Soft, pliable tis…
Cells that support, insulate, and protect neurons. These cell…
Hairlike projections that extend from the plasma membrane and…
Lymphatic System
Composed of a network of vessels, ducts, nodes, and organs. P…
areolar
Most widely distributed connective tissue / Soft, pliable tis…
51 terms
Anatomy: Chapter 7 Dr. Drost
Osseous Tissue
Cartilage
Ligaments
Functions of Osseous Tissue
Composed of cartilage and ligaments
•Forms most embryonic bones... •Covers many join surfaces in mat…
Hold bones together at joints
•Support... •Protection ... •Movement... •Electrolyte balance (CA & P)…
Osseous Tissue
Composed of cartilage and ligaments
Cartilage
•Forms most embryonic bones... •Covers many join surfaces in mat…
107 terms
anatomy Midyear Dr.C
growth hormone
prolactin
oxytocin
FSH, LH
pituitary bones and muscles
pituitary mammary glands
pituitary brain uterus
pituitary testes and ovaries
growth hormone
pituitary bones and muscles
prolactin
pituitary mammary glands
22 terms
Anatomy (Dr. Droual) Chapter 1
Surface anatomy
Anatomical directions
Anterior(ventral) v.s Posterior(dorsal)
Cranial ( cephalic ) v.s Caudal
Anatomical description requires universally accepted standard…
are used to describe the relative positions of various organs…
anterior or ventral refers to the front of the body; posterio…
cranial or cephalic is toward the head; caudal is toward the…
Surface anatomy
Anatomical description requires universally accepted standard…
Anatomical directions
are used to describe the relative positions of various organs…
67 terms
Dr Collins Anatomy & Physiology
Tissues
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Nervous tissue
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
Loose, dense, adipose, cartilage, bone, blood -general charac…
Carries out signal transmission
Tissues
Group of cells performing a common function: 4 types
Epithelial tissue
Functions as covering of either the inside or the outside of…
36 terms
anatomy vocab DR.Z
cardiology
cytology
dermatology
epidemiology
the study of the heart and its diseases
the study of the structure, function, and diseases of cells
the study of the skin and its diseases
the study of the factors determining the distribution and fre…
cardiology
the study of the heart and its diseases
cytology
the study of the structure, function, and diseases of cells
72 terms
Anatomy Lab 7 Dr.J
Acromion Process
Coracoid Process
Glenoid Cavity
Infraglenoid tubercle
Identify the landmark.
Identify the landmark.
Identify the landmark.
ID the landmark.
Acromion Process
Identify the landmark.
Coracoid Process
Identify the landmark.
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