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Dvc anatomy chapter 2
Which noninvasive technique is uses wh…
Visceral serous membrane
Parietal serous membrane
Visceral pericardium
Percussion
Membrane covering the organ
Membrane attached to the cavity wall
Serous membrane covering the heart
Which noninvasive technique is uses wh…
Percussion
Visceral serous membrane
Membrane covering the organ
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DVC anatomy 139 chapter 4
Tissue origin
Histology
Characteristics of epithelial tissue
Kattagener's syndrome
Derived from three primary germ layers
Study of tissues
Lack blood vessels. Nutrients obtained either directly across…
Lack Dunedin arms of cilia. ... * respiratory infections ... * mirr…
Tissue origin
Derived from three primary germ layers
Histology
Study of tissues
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DVC BIOSC 102 Lab Th1119 - Flowering Plants
Nonvascular Plants
Vascular Plants
Angiosperm
Gymnosperm
- Small; getting molecules in/out just by osmosis/diffusion.…
- Angiosperm... - Gymnosperm
Flowering Plants ... - Monocots ... - Dicots
Cone Bearing Plants
Nonvascular Plants
- Small; getting molecules in/out just by osmosis/diffusion.…
Vascular Plants
- Angiosperm... - Gymnosperm
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DVC BIOSC 102 CH. 1 - Introduction: Biology Today
What is Biology?
What are the Properties and processes…
What are the Major Themes of Biology?
What is a cell?
The scientific study of life.
1.) Order... 2.) Regulation... 3.) Growth & Development... 4.) Energy…
1.) Evolution... 2.) Structure/Function... 3.) Information Flow... 4.)…
The smallest unit that exhibits all of life's characteristics.
What is Biology?
The scientific study of life.
What are the Properties and processes…
1.) Order... 2.) Regulation... 3.) Growth & Development... 4.) Energy…
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Anatomy Final: Tissue Slides With Pictures
bladder with transitional epithelium
colon (no circular folds or villi)
duodenum with Brunner and glands and m…
emphysema (alveolar cells broken down)
bladder with transitional epithelium
colon (no circular folds or villi)
38 terms
Chapter 10 anatomy
Extensibility
Elasticity
Contractility
Excitability
The ability of a muscle fiber to be stretched beyond its rest…
a contracted muscle cell can return to resting length when ap…
stimulation of muscle fiber can lead to contraction and short…
muscle cells are responsive to input from stimuli.
Extensibility
The ability of a muscle fiber to be stretched beyond its rest…
Elasticity
a contracted muscle cell can return to resting length when ap…
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Anatomy Chapter 23
Anatomy of Blood Vessels
Blood Vessel Tunics
Tunica Intima
Tunica Media
Three classes of blood vessels: ... Arteries, capillaries, and v…
Both artery and vein walls have three layers, called tunics.…
Innermost layer (or tunica interna)... Composed of an endotheliu…
Middle layer ... Composed of circularly arranged layers of smoot…
Anatomy of Blood Vessels
Three classes of blood vessels: ... Arteries, capillaries, and v…
Blood Vessel Tunics
Both artery and vein walls have three layers, called tunics.…
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Chapter 13 anatomy
muscular triangle
sternocleidomastoid muscle
Axillary lymph nodes
Submental triangle
you can palpate your thyroid gland in which triangle of the n…
landmark for separating the anterior and posterior triangle.
If you palpate your axilla, you can feel which of the followi…
A physician is examining his patient by palpating swollen lym…
muscular triangle
you can palpate your thyroid gland in which triangle of the n…
sternocleidomastoid muscle
landmark for separating the anterior and posterior triangle.
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Endocrine Slides
Pituitary Gland... Anterior pituitary (g…
Thyroid Gland - high power... -Note foll…
Thyroid Gland low power... -this slide i…
Parathyroid Gland... -Chief or principal…
Pituitary Gland... Anterior pituitary (g…
Thyroid Gland - high power... -Note foll…
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20160815 Mon: Excercise #1 The Language of Anatomy
Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
Transverse Plane
Anterior/Posterior
vertical division of the body into right and left portions
Divides the body into front and back portions.
horizontal division of the body into upper and lower portions
Front Surface/Back Surface
Sagittal Plane
vertical division of the body into right and left portions
Frontal Plane
Divides the body into front and back portions.
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DVC Bio 101 Ch.21
anatomy
physiology
tissue
epithelial tissue
study of the structure of an organism's parts
study of the function of an organism's parts
integrated group of similar cells that perform a specific fun…
tissue that covers the surface of the body and lines organisms
anatomy
study of the structure of an organism's parts
physiology
study of the function of an organism's parts
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Axial System
Frontal Bone
Sphenoid
Ethmoid
Lacrimal Bone
B1
B2
B3
B4
Frontal Bone
B1
Sphenoid
B2
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CH.21 Structure Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissue
Epithelial tissue
Structure
function
-collection of cells performing a function
-Cover, protective barrier... -Tiny packed cells
Anatomy
Structure
Physiology
function
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Anatomy Exam 3
The motor division of the nervous syst…
Rabies is generally transmitted to peo…
Neuron cell processes that carry elect…
The specific site where an action pote…
visceral motor
brain and spinal cord
dendrites
axon hillock
The motor division of the nervous syst…
visceral motor
Rabies is generally transmitted to peo…
brain and spinal cord
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Anatomy Lecture 17
Gas, nutrient, and waste exchange occu…
Once the femoral vein passes superior…
The systemic veins carry blood that is…
Arteriole vasoconstriction ___________…
capillaries
external iliac
low in
d;i
Gas, nutrient, and waste exchange occu…
capillaries
Once the femoral vein passes superior…
external iliac
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Anatomy Exam 4: Fall 2012
Which of the following is NOT true of…
Most hormones are classified as ______…
Most hormones are _______ .
A cell's sensitivity to a hormone is d…
D. releases hormones continusously
peptide hormones
circulating hormones that act on distant target cells
the presence or absence of appropriate receptors
Which of the following is NOT true of…
D. releases hormones continusously
Most hormones are classified as ______…
peptide hormones
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Anatomy Exam 4: Spring 2013
Which of the following is false? The e…
A cell's sensitivity to a hormone is d…
The hormones of the adrenal cortex and…
Most hormones are ______ .
B. produces effects that are generally short-lived compared t…
the presence or absence of appropriate receptors
steroid hormones
circulating hormones that act on distant target cells
Which of the following is false? The e…
B. produces effects that are generally short-lived compared t…
A cell's sensitivity to a hormone is d…
the presence or absence of appropriate receptors
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Anatomy Exam 2
Which of the following is NOT part of…
Which of the following statements is F…
Which of these is NOT matched correctl…
These bones are often found between th…
D. tendons
C. Articular cartilages are best protected by not using your…
A. medullary cavity: blood cell storage
A.sutural or Worminan
Which of the following is NOT part of…
D. tendons
Which of the following statements is F…
C. Articular cartilages are best protected by not using your…
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Language of Anatomy 1
Baccal
Calcaneal
Cephalic
Digital
Cheek
Heel of foot
Pertaining to the head
Pertaining to the fingers
Baccal
Cheek
Calcaneal
Heel of foot
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Anatomy Final: New Material Spring 2013
Which of the following is not part of…
Which statement concerning the trachea…
This cartilage closes off the opening…
This is the largest cartilage and has…
A. terminal bronchioles
B. it has circular rings of hyaline cartilage holding it open
epiglottis
thyroid cartilage
Which of the following is not part of…
A. terminal bronchioles
Which statement concerning the trachea…
B. it has circular rings of hyaline cartilage holding it open
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Anatomy Exam 3: Spring 2012
Autonomic motor neurons innervate
Hansen's disease, leprosy, is a bacter…
What would you most likely not find in…
The minimum number of axons in a neuro…
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands
Cranial nerves and spinal nerves
Centrioles
0; 1
Autonomic motor neurons innervate
Smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands
Hansen's disease, leprosy, is a bacter…
Cranial nerves and spinal nerves
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Tissues and where they are found
Simple squamous
Simple cuboidal
Simple columnar
Stratified squamous
lungs
kidney
digestive tract
mouth, esophagus
Simple squamous
lungs
Simple cuboidal
kidney
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dVP (3 and 4 Arm Approach)
Advantages
Positioning (6 points)
Port Placement
Docking
*Superior Visualization of tissue planes... *Meticulous dissect…
1) Supine, legs abducted, thighs at table level (>20 degree T…
dV EP - 12mm - Near Umbilicus/Shift 1-2cm superior and left w…
*Dock Camera Arm - align camera port, target anatomy & center…
Advantages
*Superior Visualization of tissue planes... *Meticulous dissect…
Positioning (6 points)
1) Supine, legs abducted, thighs at table level (>20 degree T…
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digestive infections
what is the 2nd major portal of entry
how to get a digestive infection
anatomy of upper to lower digestive tr…
accessory organs to digestive
digestive
contact, fecal oral, oral anal sex
mouth, gums, throat, esophagus, stomach, sm intestine, large…
liver, pancreas
what is the 2nd major portal of entry
digestive
how to get a digestive infection
contact, fecal oral, oral anal sex
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Respiratory Infections
3 Main ways to get respiratory infecti…
what is the major portal of entry
anatomy of upper and lower respiratory…
what is itis
airborne, droplets, contact (e.g. hands to eyes, nose, mouth)
respiratory
nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus, bronchioles…
inflammation
3 Main ways to get respiratory infecti…
airborne, droplets, contact (e.g. hands to eyes, nose, mouth)
what is the major portal of entry
respiratory
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ch 20 ex3
Artery is to ________ as vein is to __…
The heart beats approximately ________…
The heart pumps approximately ________…
Excess fluid in the ________ causes ca…
A
C
A
A
Artery is to ________ as vein is to __…
A
The heart beats approximately ________…
C
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CNS/PNS
____ is the master integrating and coo…
The Nervous System continuiously......
What are the two divisions of the Nerv…
The CNS is found in the _______.... The P…
The Nervous System
monitors and processes sensory information from both internal…
Central Nervous System (CNS) and Peripheral Nervous System (P…
CNS- brain and spinal cord... PNS - all nerves outside of the CNS
____ is the master integrating and coo…
The Nervous System
The Nervous System continuiously......
monitors and processes sensory information from both internal…
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Day 3 - Anatomy & AUA Univ Physiology of lower urinary tract
What kind of epithelium is the bladder…
Spindle shaped cells within the lamina…
Factors associated with increased coll…
Name of the periurethral glands that m…
Stratified epithelium, made up of large hexagonal cells calle…
These cells are similar to the interstitial cells of cahal in…
Aging... Estrogen (to a lesser extent, progesterone)
These small submucosal glands are the glands of Littre
What kind of epithelium is the bladder…
Stratified epithelium, made up of large hexagonal cells calle…
Spindle shaped cells within the lamina…
These cells are similar to the interstitial cells of cahal in…
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6.3 Comparison of Compact & Spongy Bone
What are the two types of bone connect…
Compact bone
Spongy bone
Trabecular bone
Compact bone... Spongy bone
Dense or cortical bone, solid. In long bones, compact bone fo…
Cancellous or trabecular bone, porous, like a sponge, located…
open lattice or narrow plates of bone, NO OSTEONS, but PARALL…
What are the two types of bone connect…
Compact bone... Spongy bone
Compact bone
Dense or cortical bone, solid. In long bones, compact bone fo…
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Chapter 19 homework
Right atrium
tricuspid valve
False
1.Blood leaves the right side of the h…
Oxygen-poor blood enters which chamber of the heart?
The right atrioventricular valve is also called the
The only arteries in the body that carry oxygen-poor blood ar…
Put the pattern of circulation into the correct order, beginn…
Right atrium
Oxygen-poor blood enters which chamber of the heart?
tricuspid valve
The right atrioventricular valve is also called the
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Introduction N Chapter 2
5 components of comp
Bits vs Byte
Memory / RAM vs Storage Dvc
Types of storage device
CPU, Input & output, memory, communication device, storage de…
Bits are 0s n 1s while Bytes are the minimum storage unit in…
Memory is where running programme's data is loaded before exe…
Magnetic disk, Optical disk (CD DVD), USB flash drives.
5 components of comp
CPU, Input & output, memory, communication device, storage de…
Bits vs Byte
Bits are 0s n 1s while Bytes are the minimum storage unit in…
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Ch 3 Homework
Which of the following is NOT a concep…
Which of the following names the three…
Which of the following molecules might…
Which set of membrane proteins in the…
Cells are given life through a process known as spontaneous g…
cytoplasm, plasma membrane, and nucleus ... Human cells have thr…
all of the above ... DNA can be considered the "cell's blueprint…
Panel A shows both passive and active transport processes med…
Which of the following is NOT a concep…
Cells are given life through a process known as spontaneous g…
Which of the following names the three…
cytoplasm, plasma membrane, and nucleus ... Human cells have thr…
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daVinci Prostatectomy
Patient Positioning & Prep
Port Placement- Camera Port
Port Placement- Arm 1
Port Placement- Arm 2
*Supine, legs abducted, thighs at table level... *DVT prophylaxi…
12mm (blue): Place port 1-2cm superior to the umbilicus and m…
8mm (yellow): Place 8-10cm from the camera port on a line to…
8mm (green): Place 8-10cm from the camera port on a line to t…
Patient Positioning & Prep
*Supine, legs abducted, thighs at table level... *DVT prophylaxi…
Port Placement- Camera Port
12mm (blue): Place port 1-2cm superior to the umbilicus and m…
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Chapter 20- The Heart
What circuit of the heart carries carb…
What circuit of the heart carries oxyg…
The heart is located, in its own cavit…
Describe the position of the heart in…
Pulmonary Circuit- Right
Systemic Circuit- Left
Mediastinum
2/3 to the left of the midline
What circuit of the heart carries carb…
Pulmonary Circuit- Right
What circuit of the heart carries oxyg…
Systemic Circuit- Left
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