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Block 2 Gross Anatomy: Thoracic Cavity
Borders of thoracic cavity
pleural cavities
parietal pleura
parietal pleura encloses
a. extends from the thoracic inlet formed by T1, rib 1, & man…
boundaries are the:... - costal surface... - mediastinal surface…
membrane that lines the thoracic wall & pleural cavities
a. pleural cavity which is a potential space completely fille…
Borders of thoracic cavity
a. extends from the thoracic inlet formed by T1, rib 1, & man…
pleural cavities
boundaries are the:... - costal surface... - mediastinal surface…
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Gross Anatomy Block 2 - Oral and Nasal Cavity
What bones are the nasal cavity compos…
What sinus is below the superior concha?
Where do the activated neurons of the…
Where the olfactory nerve send it sign…
perpendicular plate of ethmoid and vomer bone
sphenoidal sinus
mitral cells in the olfactory bulb
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What bones are the nasal cavity compos…
perpendicular plate of ethmoid and vomer bone
What sinus is below the superior concha?
sphenoidal sinus
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Gross Anatomy Oral Cavity
Tempromandibular Joint
What divides TMJ into separate superio…
How does the TMJ move?
Muscles of mastication:... Innervated by?…
Synovial joint with loose articular capsule; joint between te…
Fibrocartilaginous articular disc
Depression of mandible (open mouth) by gravity and digastric…
Innervated by Mandibular nerve (CN V3)... Act on TMJ
Tempromandibular Joint
Synovial joint with loose articular capsule; joint between te…
What divides TMJ into separate superio…
Fibrocartilaginous articular disc
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Gross Anatomy: Oral Cavity
Vestibule of mouth
Oral cavity proper
Palate
Uvula
Feature of oral cavity between teeth/gums and lips/cheek.
Feature of oral cavity within dental arches.
Feature of oral cavity consisting of hard (maxillary and pala…
Feature of the oral cavity that is a posterior midline extens…
Vestibule of mouth
Feature of oral cavity between teeth/gums and lips/cheek.
Oral cavity proper
Feature of oral cavity within dental arches.
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Gross Anatomy -- Abdominal Cavity
Anterior Layer
Middle Layer
Posterior Layer
Mesentary
Liver... Stomach... Transverse Colon... Jejunum... Ileum
Gallbladder... Spleen... Pancreas... Duodenum... Ascending Colon; Cecum;…
Behind Peritoneum ... Suprarenal Glands... Kidneys... Abdominal Aor…
1. What is it?... Peritoneal folds that attach viscera to the po…
Anterior Layer
Liver... Stomach... Transverse Colon... Jejunum... Ileum
Middle Layer
Gallbladder... Spleen... Pancreas... Duodenum... Ascending Colon; Cecum;…
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Body cavities - Gross anatomy
Anatomical position
Cervical region
Thoracic region
Abdominal
Arms to sides... Palms facing forward... Standing upright... Feet toge…
Neck area of body
Chest
Stomach
Anatomical position
Arms to sides... Palms facing forward... Standing upright... Feet toge…
Cervical region
Neck area of body
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Gross Anatomy - Thoracic Cavity
what forms the thoracic inlet?
what are the three subcavities of the…
what are the boundaries of the pleural…
where does the cupula extend?
T1, rib 1 and manubrium (necklace)
Pleural cavity, mediastinum, pericardium
costal surface... mediastinal surface... diaphragmatic surface... cupula
through thoracic inlet
what forms the thoracic inlet?
T1, rib 1 and manubrium (necklace)
what are the three subcavities of the…
Pleural cavity, mediastinum, pericardium
48 terms
Gross Anatomy Oral Cavity
Tempromandibular Joint
What divides TMJ into separate superio…
How does the TMJ move?
Muscles of mastication:... Innervated by?…
Synovial joint with loose articular capsule; joint between te…
Fibrocartilaginous articular disc
Depression of mandible (open mouth) by gravity and digastric…
Innervated by Mandibular nerve (CN V3)... Act on TMJ
Tempromandibular Joint
Synovial joint with loose articular capsule; joint between te…
What divides TMJ into separate superio…
Fibrocartilaginous articular disc
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Gross Anatomy: Nasal Cavity
Maxillary and nasal bones
Lateral nasal, septal and alar
Nasal septum
Facial artery
Bones that make up the bony fragment of the nose.
Cartilages that help make up the nose.
Consists of bones and cartilage that divide the nasal cavity…
Part of the blood supply to the nose along with the ophthalmi…
Maxillary and nasal bones
Bones that make up the bony fragment of the nose.
Lateral nasal, septal and alar
Cartilages that help make up the nose.
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Gross Anatomy The Peritoneal Cavity
What is the function of the peritoneum?
What is the innervation of the parieta…
What is the innervation of the viscera…
What is the peritoneal cavity?
Mesothelium maintains separation of parietal and visceral lay…
Somatic nerves - sensitive to pain, temperature, touch and pr…
Splanchnic nerves - sensitive only to stretching and tearing
Normally has a minute amount of peritoneal fluid... Closed in ma…
What is the function of the peritoneum?
Mesothelium maintains separation of parietal and visceral lay…
What is the innervation of the parieta…
Somatic nerves - sensitive to pain, temperature, touch and pr…
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Gross Anatomy - The Peritoneal Cavity
Mesenteries
Esophagus... Stomach... First 1/2 of Duodenu…
Second 1/2 of Duodenum... Jejunum... Ileum... C…
Descending Colon... Sigmoid Colon... Rectum…
______________ hold the viscera in place and transmit vessels…
Derivatives of the Foregut
Derivatives of the Midgut
Derivatives of the Hindgut
Mesenteries
______________ hold the viscera in place and transmit vessels…
Esophagus... Stomach... First 1/2 of Duodenu…
Derivatives of the Foregut
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Gross Anatomy: Orbital Cavity
Superior Wall/Roof of the Orbit and it…
Lateral Wall of Orbit and its contents
Inferior Wall/Floor of Orbit and its c…
Medial Wall of the Orbit and its conte…
(also serves as the floor of anterior cranial fossa)... formed b…
(at 45 degree angle from medial wall)... formed by the frontal p…
formed by zygomatic and maxilla bones and orbital process of…
formed by the orbital plate of ethmoid bone, lacrimal bone, a…
Superior Wall/Roof of the Orbit and it…
(also serves as the floor of anterior cranial fossa)... formed b…
Lateral Wall of Orbit and its contents
(at 45 degree angle from medial wall)... formed by the frontal p…
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Cranial cavity Gross Anatomy
Cranial floor and foramina
Anterior cranial fossa
Middle cranial fossa
Superior orbital fissure
- The Cranial floor is a perforated sheet of bone that suppor…
- Like a loft over the orbits to house the enlarged neocortex…
- Large area (expanded by the tentorium)... - Supports much of t…
- Junction between the face and brain box... - Serves as a port…
Cranial floor and foramina
- The Cranial floor is a perforated sheet of bone that suppor…
Anterior cranial fossa
- Like a loft over the orbits to house the enlarged neocortex…
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Gross Anatomy - The Peritoneal Cavity
Mesenteries
Esophagus... Stomach... First 1/2 of Duodenu…
Second 1/2 of Duodenum... Jejunum... Ileum... C…
Descending Colon... Sigmoid Colon... Rectum…
______________ hold the viscera in place and transmit vessels…
Derivatives of the Foregut
Derivatives of the Midgut
Derivatives of the Hindgut
Mesenteries
______________ hold the viscera in place and transmit vessels…
Esophagus... Stomach... First 1/2 of Duodenu…
Derivatives of the Foregut
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Gross Anatomy: Retroperitoneal Cavity
What is the retroperitoneal cavity ant…
What are the visceral unpaired branche…
What are the visceral paired branches…
What are the parietal branches of the…
Peritoneum
Celiac trunk... Superior mesenteric artery... Inferior mesenteric a…
Middle Suprarenal arteries... Renal arteries... Gonadal arteries
Inferior phrenic arteries... Lumbar arteries (4)... Common iliac ar…
What is the retroperitoneal cavity ant…
Peritoneum
What are the visceral unpaired branche…
Celiac trunk... Superior mesenteric artery... Inferior mesenteric a…
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Gross Block 2 - Cranial Cavity
Calvaria (roof of cranial cavity) is f…
How many bones make up the skull?
Coronal suture
Sagittal suture
Frontal, parietal, occipital bones
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btw frontal and the 2 parietals
btw 2 parietals
Calvaria (roof of cranial cavity) is f…
Frontal, parietal, occipital bones
How many bones make up the skull?
22!!!
Gross Anatomy Block 2
Median/Saggital
Coronal/Frontal
Transverse
Axial Skeleton
Left/Right
Back/Front
Upper/Lower ( Top/Bottom)
head, neck, trunk
Median/Saggital
Left/Right
Coronal/Frontal
Back/Front
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GRDA Block 2 Gross Anatomy
what is the pterion?
what is the lambda?
what is the bregma?
what is the vertex?
junction of the greater wing of the sphenoid, squamous tempor…
point on calvaria at junction of lambdoid & sagittal sutures
point on calvaria at junction of coronal & sagittal sutures
superior point of neurocranium, in the middle w/ the cranium…
what is the pterion?
junction of the greater wing of the sphenoid, squamous tempor…
what is the lambda?
point on calvaria at junction of lambdoid & sagittal sutures
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Gross Anatomy Block 1
3 regional anatomy parts
median plane
sagittal plane
frontal plane
main body, upper extremity, lower extremity
vertical plane dividing body in half
vertical plane dividing body into unequal parts
vertical plane dividing into anterior and posterior
3 regional anatomy parts
main body, upper extremity, lower extremity
median plane
vertical plane dividing body in half
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Gross Anatomy Block 4
Stylomandibular and Sphenomandibular
Sphenomandibular
N. to masseter
V3. All of these muscles produce movem…
What are the 2 ligaments of the TMJ?
What ligament in the infratemporal fossa the is the primary p…
What is the primary innervation to the infra temporal fossa?…
What n. provides innervation to the mm of mastication?
Stylomandibular and Sphenomandibular
What are the 2 ligaments of the TMJ?
Sphenomandibular
What ligament in the infratemporal fossa the is the primary p…
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Gross Anatomy Block 2
Lecture 1
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Cartilage
Musculoskeletal System
head, neck, trunk
Limbs
provides flexibility and reduces friction
Lecture 1
Musculoskeletal System
Axial Skeleton
head, neck, trunk
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Gross Anatomy Block 1
Superior
Inferior
Cranial
Caudal
____________ describes a structure that is above another stru…
___________ describes a structure that is below another struc…
______________, cephalic, and rostral all indicate "towards t…
________ indicates "towards the tail".
Superior
____________ describes a structure that is above another stru…
Inferior
___________ describes a structure that is below another struc…
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MS Block Gross anatomy
Most energy efficient way to counter c…
Iliofemoral ligament
Type I muscle fibers
Popliteus action
Ligaments
Prevents hyperextension of the hip.
The most energy efficient muscle fiber type
Unlocks the knee by rotating the femur laterally and slight k…
Most energy efficient way to counter c…
Ligaments
Iliofemoral ligament
Prevents hyperextension of the hip.
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Gross Anatomy - Pelvic Wall and Cavity
What structures make up the linea term…
Spondylosis vs Spondylolisthesis
What are the differences between the m…
What are the 4 female pelvic types?
arcuate line, pectineal line, and pubic crest
Spondylosis: a painful condition of the spine resulting from…
Males:... Greater pelvis = deep... Lesser pelvis = narrow and deep…
Planes make childbirth non-complicated: parallel planes ... 1. g…
What structures make up the linea term…
arcuate line, pectineal line, and pubic crest
Spondylosis vs Spondylolisthesis
Spondylosis: a painful condition of the spine resulting from…
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Gross Anatomy Block 1
What is the function of the skeleton?
How are bones classified?
How are bones classified by shape?
How do bones develop?
Locomotion... Posture/Support... Protection... Mineral homeostasis... Hae…
1. Topographical ... a. Axial... b.Appendicular... c.Splanchnic ... 2.…
1. Long bones... 2. Short bones... 3. Flat bones... 4. Irregular bones…
Long bones, specifically, have three growth plates or ossific…
What is the function of the skeleton?
Locomotion... Posture/Support... Protection... Mineral homeostasis... Hae…
How are bones classified?
1. Topographical ... a. Axial... b.Appendicular... c.Splanchnic ... 2.…
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Gross Anatomy Block 4
HEART
mediastinum
superior mediastinum:... great vessels:…
superior mediastinum contents
--
located in the thorax between the pleural cavities and is div…
* aorta... * brachiocephalic artery... * left common carotid arte…
branchiocephalic artery... R and L branchiocephalic vein ... arch…
HEART
--
mediastinum
located in the thorax between the pleural cavities and is div…
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Gross Anatomy Block 3
Boundaries of Perineum
Inferior rectal nerve innervates
Branches of Pudendal nerve
Perineal nerve innervates
Anteriorly = pubic symphysis... Anterolaterally = ischiopubic ra…
sphincter ani externus & skin around anus
= S2-S4... Enters pudendal canal --> gives rise to INFERIOR REC…
Deep branch = all of the perineal muscles... Superficial (poster…
Boundaries of Perineum
Anteriorly = pubic symphysis... Anterolaterally = ischiopubic ra…
Inferior rectal nerve innervates
sphincter ani externus & skin around anus
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Gross & Microscopic Anatomy - Nasal Cavity
Nasal cavity (what passes through here)
Nasal cavity
Nasal septum (function)
Anterior septum (made of)
air passes through here via nostrils
separates left and right portion of nasal cavity
Made of septal cartilage
Nasal cavity (what passes through here)
air passes through here via nostrils
Nasal cavity
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Gross Anatomy: Contents of Cranial Cavity
Meninges of the brain
Dura mater of cranium
Periosteal dura
Meningeal dura
Membrane layers that cover the brain. Consist of the dura mat…
Tough outer layer of meninges. In the skull, consists of the…
Layer of cranial dura mater that is adherent to internal peri…
Layer of cranial dura mater that forms septa to help support…
Meninges of the brain
Membrane layers that cover the brain. Consist of the dura mat…
Dura mater of cranium
Tough outer layer of meninges. In the skull, consists of the…
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Gross Anatomy Oral Cavity Terms
temporal region
temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
movements of TMJ
muscles of mastication
temporal fossa, zygomatic arch, infratemporal fossa
synovial joint with loose articular capsule, can be prone to…
depression, elevation, protrusion, retrusion, side to side mo…
act on TMJ, innervated by mandibular nerve (CN V3), temporali…
temporal region
temporal fossa, zygomatic arch, infratemporal fossa
temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
synovial joint with loose articular capsule, can be prone to…
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Gross Anatomy Block 1
Only bony attachment of the scapula
Attaches the upper limb to the axial s…
Superficial back muscles
Intermediate back muscles
Acromioclavicular joint
Sternoclavicular joint
Trapezius, Latissimus Dorsi, Levator Scapulae, Rhomboid Minor…
Posterior Serratus Superior and Posterior Serratus Inferior
Only bony attachment of the scapula
Acromioclavicular joint
Attaches the upper limb to the axial s…
Sternoclavicular joint
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MS Block Gross anatomy
Most energy efficient way to counter c…
Iliofemoral ligament
Type I muscle fibers
Popliteus action
Ligaments
Prevents hyperextension of the hip.
The most energy efficient muscle fiber type
Unlocks the knee by rotating the femur laterally and slight k…
Most energy efficient way to counter c…
Ligaments
Iliofemoral ligament
Prevents hyperextension of the hip.
237 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 2
Trapezius
Latissimus dorsi
Levator scapulae
Rhomboid minor
Origin: superior nuchal line/occipital protuberance, nuchal l…
Origin: spinous processes of T6-T12, thoracolumbar fascia, il…
Origin: transverse processes of C1-C4... Insertion: medial borde…
Origin: nuchal ligament, spinous processes C7-T1... Insertion: m…
Trapezius
Origin: superior nuchal line/occipital protuberance, nuchal l…
Latissimus dorsi
Origin: spinous processes of T6-T12, thoracolumbar fascia, il…
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Gross Anatomy Block 4
Innervation of Platysma
Sternocleidomastoid Innervation
What vessel passes over the sternoclei…
Erb's point
Cervical branch of facial nerve (CN VII)... --> depresses and w…
Motor: Accessory nerve (CN XI)... Pain and proprioception: Cervi…
External jugular vein
Nerve point of neck... = where cutaneous branch of cervical plex…
Innervation of Platysma
Cervical branch of facial nerve (CN VII)... --> depresses and w…
Sternocleidomastoid Innervation
Motor: Accessory nerve (CN XI)... Pain and proprioception: Cervi…
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Gross Anatomy Block 2
adductor longus
adductor brevis
gluteus maximus
gluteus minimis
o: body of pubis inf to pubic crest... i: mid 1/3 linea aspera... a…
o: body and inf pubic ramus... i; pectineal line and prox linea…
o: post. ilium, post to post gluteal line, post sacrum and co…
o; ilium between ant and inf gluteal lines... i: ant surface gre…
adductor longus
o: body of pubis inf to pubic crest... i: mid 1/3 linea aspera... a…
adductor brevis
o: body and inf pubic ramus... i; pectineal line and prox linea…
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Gross Anatomy Nasal Cavity and Ear
nasal septum
roof of nasal cavity
floor of nasal cavity
lateral walls of nasal cavity
septal cartilage, ethmoid, vomer, patatine, divides nostrils
nasal bones, frontal, ethmoid bones
maxillae and palatine bones (hard palate)
maxillae, lacrimal bones, palatine bones, ethmoid (superior n…
nasal septum
septal cartilage, ethmoid, vomer, patatine, divides nostrils
roof of nasal cavity
nasal bones, frontal, ethmoid bones
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Block IV Gross Anatomy
Occipital scalp drains into occipital…
The parotid nodes, they're around the…
Facial nodes
Submental nodes
The occipital scalp drains where? How about parietal scalp?
These nodes drain the lat. face.
These nodes drain the mid portion of the face.
Located beneath the chin, these nodes drain chin, medial lowe…
Occipital scalp drains into occipital…
The occipital scalp drains where? How about parietal scalp?
The parotid nodes, they're around the…
These nodes drain the lat. face.
68 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 2
small saphenous
great saphenous
anterior muscles of thigh action
pectineous muscle
runs laterally posteriorly up leg, up calf to popliteal fossa…
runs medially anteriorly from leg to thigh
hip flexors and knee extensors
located in the superior medial area, adducts and flexes the t…
small saphenous
runs laterally posteriorly up leg, up calf to popliteal fossa…
great saphenous
runs medially anteriorly from leg to thigh
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Gross Anatomy Block 1
Trapezius origin
Trapezius Insertion
Trapezius innervation
Trapezius Vasculation
external occipital protuberance, C1-T12 spinous processes, li…
Lateral margin clavicle(upper fibers), lateral acromion (midd…
Subtrapezial nerve plexus, CN11, C3-C4 ventral rami
Transverse cervical artery
Trapezius origin
external occipital protuberance, C1-T12 spinous processes, li…
Trapezius Insertion
Lateral margin clavicle(upper fibers), lateral acromion (midd…
55 terms
Gross Anatomy - Block I Review
Trachea (important relations)
Bronchopulmonary segments
Lungs/bronchial innervation
Costophrenic angle
Anterior: skin, fascia, strap muscles, thyroid isthmus, infer…
Autonomic nerves from cardiac and pulmonary plexuses
Potential space (common site of pleural effusion)... On a front…
Trachea (important relations)
Anterior: skin, fascia, strap muscles, thyroid isthmus, infer…
Bronchopulmonary segments
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Block III. Gross Anatomy
external oblique action
internal oblique action
transversus abdominis action
rectus abdominis action
compress abdomen, flexes trunk, active in forced expiration
compress abdomen, flexes trunk, active in forced expiration
compresses abdomen, depresses rib
depresses ribs, flexes trunk
external oblique action
compress abdomen, flexes trunk, active in forced expiration
internal oblique action
compress abdomen, flexes trunk, active in forced expiration
377 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 2
External intercostalis O, I, nerve, an…
Internal intercostalis O, I, nerve, an…
Innermost intercostals
Transversus thoracis
O = lower border of ribs... I = upper border of rib below... nerve…
O = lower border of ribs --> course obliquely forward... I = upp…
O = lower border of rib --> course obliquely forward... I = uppe…
O = posterior lower sternum and xiphoid... I = inner surface of…
External intercostalis O, I, nerve, an…
O = lower border of ribs... I = upper border of rib below... nerve…
Internal intercostalis O, I, nerve, an…
O = lower border of ribs --> course obliquely forward... I = upp…
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nasal cavity and ear gross anatomy
What bones make up the nasal septum?
What does the nasal septum do?
What bones make up the roof of the nose?
What bones make up the floor of the ha…
nasal septum, ethmoid, vomer, palatine
Divides the R and L nostrils from one another
nasal bones, frontal, and ethmoidal
The maxillae and palatine bones
What bones make up the nasal septum?
nasal septum, ethmoid, vomer, palatine
What does the nasal septum do?
Divides the R and L nostrils from one another
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Gross Anatomy - Oral Cavity and Pharynx
what is the function of the oral cavit…
what are the two divisions of the oral…
what connects the vestibule to the out…
what structure is located directly pos…
passageway from the external environment to the respiratory a…
vestibule and mouth proper
orifice of the mouth
oropharynx
what is the function of the oral cavit…
passageway from the external environment to the respiratory a…
what are the two divisions of the oral…
vestibule and mouth proper
144 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 2
Frontal sinus gets sensory fibers from?
What gives blood supply to the frontal…
Tell me about the frontal sinus draina…
The ethmoidal sinus gets sensory fiber…
V1 Supraorbital
Anterior ethmoidal artery
Via the frontonasal duct into the semilunar hiatus (middle me…
Nasocilliary ethmoidal branches V1 and possibly V2 orbital br…
Frontal sinus gets sensory fibers from?
V1 Supraorbital
What gives blood supply to the frontal…
Anterior ethmoidal artery
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Gross Anatomy - Block 1
What muscles form the triangular space…
Where does the axillary nerve branch f…
What is another name for the thoracodo…
What is the nerve that pierces through…
Teres major, Teres minor, & the long head of the triceps
Posterior cord of the brachial plexus
Middle subscapular nerve; medial cord of the brachial plexus
Goes through pec minor & major: medial pectoral nerve (from m…
What muscles form the triangular space…
Teres major, Teres minor, & the long head of the triceps
Where does the axillary nerve branch f…
Posterior cord of the brachial plexus
154 terms
Gross Anatomy - Thorax and Pleural Cavity
what borders the thoracic cavity super…
what occupies the thoracic inlet?
what borders the thoracic cavity infer…
what forms the bony skeleton of the th…
front of neck (by thoracic inlet), first pair of ribs, upper…
1. apices of the lungs... 2. pleura... 3. neurovasculature for uppe…
1. diaphragm... 2. TV 12... 3. rib 12... 4. edge of lower 6 ribs... 5. xi…
1. 12 thoracic vertebrae... 2. intervertebral discs... 3. 12 pairs…
what borders the thoracic cavity super…
front of neck (by thoracic inlet), first pair of ribs, upper…
what occupies the thoracic inlet?
1. apices of the lungs... 2. pleura... 3. neurovasculature for uppe…
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Gross Anatomy Exam 5- Oral Cavity
Vestibule
Oral cavity proper
External oral cavity boundaries
Roof of the oral cavity
area external to teeth (between cheeks and teeth)
area bounded externally by teeth and gingiva
cheeks and lips
hard and soft palate
Vestibule
area external to teeth (between cheeks and teeth)
Oral cavity proper
area bounded externally by teeth and gingiva
GROSS ANATOMY EXAM 3 - oral cavity & pharynx
oral cavity proper
vestibule
sensory innervation of oral cavity
Hard palate
space inside the inner bony wall
space between outer and inner walls
cheeks (internal) - V3... mandibular region (teeth, gums) - V3... m…
anterior 4/5 of palate... palatine shelves of maxilla and palati…
oral cavity proper
space inside the inner bony wall
vestibule
space between outer and inner walls
55 terms
Gross Anatomy: Cranial Cavity and Contents
What is the Calvaria composed of?
What do Emissary Veins connect?
What bones are in the Anterior Cranial…
What bones are in the Middle Cranial F…
skull cap- composed of 3 layers... 1) Outer table: compact bone…
connect dural venous sinuses within the cranium with veins ex…
1) ethmoid bone... 2) frontal bone... 3) lesser wing of the sphenoi…
1) sphenoid bone... 2) Temporal Bone
What is the Calvaria composed of?
skull cap- composed of 3 layers... 1) Outer table: compact bone…
What do Emissary Veins connect?
connect dural venous sinuses within the cranium with veins ex…
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