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27 termscreated on January 16, 2017
anatomy final
anatomy
physiology
pelvic organs
abdominal organs
the study (on the dead) of the organs and parts of the body e…
the study of the FUNCTION of the body parts ex) cancer, muscl…
uterus and bladder
stomach liver and intestines
anatomy
the study (on the dead) of the organs and parts of the body e…
physiology
the study of the FUNCTION of the body parts ex) cancer, muscl…
138 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Equine and Rumient Anatomy- Neck region
Where is the crest location? What is i…
Where is the poll?
Fill in the missing numbers: C7 T__ L6…
What is the vertebral formula of the h…
this structure is deep to the mane of the horse, which is the…
Back of the head of the horse
C7 T18 L6 S5 Cd 15
C7 T18 L6 S5 CD15
Where is the crest location? What is i…
this structure is deep to the mane of the horse, which is the…
Where is the poll?
Back of the head of the horse
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Structural Organization of the Body
system
organism
muscle
chemical
made up of several organs which have a common function
largest structural level
responsible for all of the movement of the body
atoms and molecules
system
made up of several organs which have a common function
organism
largest structural level
18 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory (Final Exam)
trachea
larynx
pharynx
esophagus
(windpipe)... -tube that connects the larynx and bronchi... - reinf…
(voice box)... -routes air and food into proper channels... -role i…
(throat)... -muscular passage from nasal cavity to larynx... -three…
...
trachea
(windpipe)... -tube that connects the larynx and bronchi... - reinf…
larynx
(voice box)... -routes air and food into proper channels... -role i…
42 termscreated on January 16, 2017
digestive system review anatomy exam
digestion ends in the
food first passes through the _______…
what we call taste is due to our _____
where are paranoid glands
anus
oral
nose
side of face
digestion ends in the
anus
food first passes through the _______…
oral
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Anatomy 4 vocab
Epithelial
Columnar
Fibroblast
Ligament
Lining, covering
Long columns, nucleus at bottom
Most abundant protection and maintenance
Bone to bone
Epithelial
Lining, covering
Columnar
Long columns, nucleus at bottom
308 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy and physiology midterm
Muscle Tissues...
Skeletal
Smooth
Cardiac
move body parts by contracting
Location: attached to bone... Voluntary./ involuntary (reflexes)…
Location: walls of hollow internal organs... Elongated but taper…
Location: heart... single nucleated... branched system of tubes (wo…
Muscle Tissues...
move body parts by contracting
Skeletal
Location: attached to bone... Voluntary./ involuntary (reflexes)…
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Anatomy
Carotid sheath components
Posterior compartment of the neck
Lateral compartment of the neck
Anterior compartment of the neck
Common and internal carotid arteries; internal jugular vein;…
Vertebrae and muscles supporting the head/neck
Blood vessels and nerves
Esophagus and trachea
Carotid sheath components
Common and internal carotid arteries; internal jugular vein;…
Posterior compartment of the neck
Vertebrae and muscles supporting the head/neck
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eye anatomy
sclera
cornea
fibrous layer
choroid
"white" of the eye, tough outer coat of eye composed of fibro…
transparent part of sclera; "window" of eyeball
composed of sclera and cornea
middle layer, contains blood vessels and is pigmented to prev…
sclera
"white" of the eye, tough outer coat of eye composed of fibro…
cornea
transparent part of sclera; "window" of eyeball
20 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Minor surgery: week 1
Muscle and fat?
Suture kit
Needle holders
Hemostats
Do not hold suture... -tears through even with the mildest of te…
Needle holder... Scissors... Forceps... Needle/thread... Tissue forceps... h…
Webester... Halsey... Jaws are usually straight and short-->GOOD NE…
Halsted mosquito hemostats: straight or curved... -jaws have cro…
Muscle and fat?
Do not hold suture... -tears through even with the mildest of te…
Suture kit
Needle holder... Scissors... Forceps... Needle/thread... Tissue forceps... h…
31 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy of the neck
What is the vertebral formula of the h…
What is the relationship of the vervic…
What is the poll?
Describe the anatomy of the equine nuc…
C7 T18 L6 S5 Cd15
-the vertebrae take a gentle S-shaped curve
-the back of the head
-consist of two parts... -funiculus nuchae... -laminae nuchae
What is the vertebral formula of the h…
C7 T18 L6 S5 Cd15
What is the relationship of the vervic…
-the vertebrae take a gentle S-shaped curve
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Rotator cuff: these muscles function to reinforce the joint capsule and provide dynamic stabilization during arm movement
Supraspinatus origin
supraspinatus insertion
supraspinatus action
supraspinatus innervation
Supraspinous fossa of scapula
greater tubercle of humerus
initiator of abduction( 0- 15 degrees)
suprascapular
Supraspinatus origin
Supraspinous fossa of scapula
supraspinatus insertion
greater tubercle of humerus
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Anatomy Exam Muscles parts
muscle cells are
muscle fibers are made up of
each myofibril is made up of contracti…
sarcomeres have ___________ appearance
cylindrical
myofibrils
sacromers
striated
muscle cells are
cylindrical
muscle fibers are made up of
myofibrils
21 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Med Term Ch 5 - Gastrointestinal System Anatomy and Physiology
Alimentary Canal
Anus
Appendix
Cecum
Tubelike nature of the digestive system starting at the mouth…
Final sphincter in the GI tract
sits between the small intestine and large intestine. It's a…
First part of large intestine.
Alimentary Canal
Tubelike nature of the digestive system starting at the mouth…
Anus
Final sphincter in the GI tract
24 termscreated on January 16, 2017
intro to anatomy & physiology
anatomy
physiology
subatomic
atom
study of structure
the study of function
electrons, protrons
hydrogen, oxygen
anatomy
study of structure
physiology
the study of function
11 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy Chapter 1- Systems
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
Skin, hair, sweat glands. Protects against against environmen…
Bones, cartilage, associated ligaments, bone marrow. Provides…
Skeletal muscles and associated tendons. Movement, protection…
Brain, spinal chord, peripheral nerves, sense organs. Immedia…
Integumentary
Skin, hair, sweat glands. Protects against against environmen…
Skeletal
Bones, cartilage, associated ligaments, bone marrow. Provides…
23 termscreated on January 16, 2017
3- axial skeleton
skull
cranial bones
facial bones
frontal bone
composed of bones of the cranium and bones of the face
-enclose and protect brain... -provide muscle attachments
-form framework for face... -provide cavities for sense... -provide…
-forms the "forehead" and the superior margin of the orbit ("…
skull
composed of bones of the cranium and bones of the face
cranial bones
-enclose and protect brain... -provide muscle attachments
33 termscreated on January 16, 2017
DS5: Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive Tract 1
The hypothalamus
Gastric distension... Blood concentration…
Leptin... Produced by adipose tissue
Ghrelin... Produced by the stomach when i…
What controls appetite?
What factors impact the hypothalamus when considering appetite?
What hormone stimulates satiety and where is it produced?
What hormone stimulates hunger and where is it produced?
The hypothalamus
What controls appetite?
Gastric distension... Blood concentration…
What factors impact the hypothalamus when considering appetite?
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anatomy ch. 10 vocab
neurotransmitter
acetylcholine
acetylcholinesterase
myosin
signaling chemicals released by nerve terminals that bind to…
neurotransmitter hat binds at a motor end plate to trigger de…
enzymes that cause rapid movement of acetylcholine
protein that makes up most of the thick cylindrical myofilame…
neurotransmitter
signaling chemicals released by nerve terminals that bind to…
acetylcholine
neurotransmitter hat binds at a motor end plate to trigger de…
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Body Cavities
Dorsal Body Cavity
Meninges
Cranial Cavity
Vertebral Cavity
cavities behind; have protective, hard walls (cranial, verteb…
layer of protective tissue that line dorsal cavities
lies in the skull and encases the brain
runs through the vertebral column to enclose the spinal cord
Dorsal Body Cavity
cavities behind; have protective, hard walls (cranial, verteb…
Meninges
layer of protective tissue that line dorsal cavities
19 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy Muscle Quiz 1
Erector Spinae: Iliocostalis
Erector Spinae: Longissimus
Erector Spinae: Spinalis
Transversospinalis
Origin:... Cervicis: Superior 6 ribs ... Thoracis: Inferior 6 rib…
Origin:... Capitis: TP of T1-T4 vertebrae ... and articular proce…
Origin:... Capitis: Arises with semispinalis ... capitis... Cervici…
Origin:... Capitis: TP of C7 and T1-T7 and ... AP of C4-C6... Cervi…
Erector Spinae: Iliocostalis
Origin:... Cervicis: Superior 6 ribs ... Thoracis: Inferior 6 rib…
Erector Spinae: Longissimus
Origin:... Capitis: TP of T1-T4 vertebrae ... and articular proce…
33 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomical Terminology
Anatomy
Macroscopic
Microscopic
Anatomical position
The study of the body and its parts
Visible structures
Invisible structures
Legs together, hands at sides, arms facing foreword
Anatomy
The study of the body and its parts
Macroscopic
Visible structures
53 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy semester one exam :):)
Matter
pH
Covalent bonds
Ionic bonds
Anything that has mass and occupies space
Units by which Acid and base concentrations are measured
Chemical bond formed by two atoms sharing one or more pairs o…
electrocovalent bond; bond formed by transferring of electron…
Matter
Anything that has mass and occupies space
pH
Units by which Acid and base concentrations are measured
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Anatomy Exam Skeletel System Notes
what skeleton consists of the head and…
whats the appendicular skeleton contain
bones are classified by
what type of bone is a kneecap
axial
arms and legs
shape
sesamoid
what skeleton consists of the head and…
axial
whats the appendicular skeleton contain
arms and legs
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Epithelial Tissue
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium
FUNCTIONS: transport and diffusion ... LOCATION: endothelium (li…
FUNCTIONS: Secretion, transport, absorption. ... LOCATION: Tubul…
FUNCTIONS: Protection, Lubrication, Absorption, Secretion, TR…
FUNCTIONS: Protection, secretion TRANSPORTATION ... LOCATIONS: R…
Simple Squamous Epithelium
FUNCTIONS: transport and diffusion ... LOCATION: endothelium (li…
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
FUNCTIONS: Secretion, transport, absorption. ... LOCATION: Tubul…
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Clinical Anatomy of the Face
How many bones are there in the cranium?
What are the 2 parts of the cranium?
What is the neurocranium?
What is the roof of the neurocranium c…
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Neurocranium... Viscerocranium
Bony covering of brain and meninges
The calvaria
How many bones are there in the cranium?
22
What are the 2 parts of the cranium?
Neurocranium... Viscerocranium
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Anatomy Vocab Pg. 197-203
origin
insertion
flexion
extension
attached to the immovable or less movable bone
attached to the movable bone
a movement that decreases then angle of the joint or between…
movement that increases the angle of the joint or between two…
origin
attached to the immovable or less movable bone
insertion
attached to the movable bone
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The Nervous System- Quiz 1
What monitors changes inside and outsi…
What is another word for changes insid…
What information that is gathered in t…
What is integration
sensory receptors
stimuli
sensory input
processing and interpreting the sensory input... decides what sh…
What monitors changes inside and outsi…
sensory receptors
What is another word for changes insid…
stimuli
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IPAP 16-3 A&P 2 Cardiology ELO's
MP501.01.01
MP501.01.02
MP501.01.03
MP501.01.04
Describe the location of the heart
Describe the structure of the pericardium and the heart wall
Discuss the external and internal anatomy of the chambers of…
Relate the thickness of the chambers of the heart to their fu…
MP501.01.01
Describe the location of the heart
MP501.01.02
Describe the structure of the pericardium and the heart wall
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Anatomy Final
Positive Feedback Loop
Negative Feedback Loop
Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
Moves a system away from its equilibrium state and make it mo…
Buffers changes and brings a system back to equilibrium; dehy…
Divides body into right and left halves
Divides body into front and back halves
Positive Feedback Loop
Moves a system away from its equilibrium state and make it mo…
Negative Feedback Loop
Buffers changes and brings a system back to equilibrium; dehy…
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Anatomy Spanish pt 7
La uña del dedo del pie
El hueso
La coyuntura
La piel
Toe nail
Bone
Joint
Skin
La uña del dedo del pie
Toe nail
El hueso
Bone
80 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Y1S2-Anatomy-GI-Abdominal Wall and Inguinal Region
What are the components of a serous ca…
parietal layers are innervated by what?
visceral layers are innervated by what?
How do the thorax and abdomen work tog…
- parietal layer that lines the body wall... - visceral layer th…
by spinal nerves (somatically)
autonomic nerves
reciprocally
What are the components of a serous ca…
- parietal layer that lines the body wall... - visceral layer th…
parietal layers are innervated by what?
by spinal nerves (somatically)
44 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Human Anatomy and Body Systems
Teeth
Kidneys
Small Intestines
Rectum
These begin the process of mechanical digestion ... (Skeletal Sy…
These remove wastes from your blood and transfer them to your…
Nutrients are absorbed from food and go into the blood here... (…
Holds solid waste before it is expelled from the body ... (Diges…
Teeth
These begin the process of mechanical digestion ... (Skeletal Sy…
Kidneys
These remove wastes from your blood and transfer them to your…
39 termscreated on January 16, 2017
anatomy of skeletal system
bones are classified according to thei…
long bones
what bones are long bones?
short bones
shapes
longer than they are wide.
most bones in body
somewhat cubelike. lengths and widths almost equal.
bones are classified according to thei…
shapes
long bones
longer than they are wide.
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Organ Systems
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Provides protection, regulates body temperature, site of cuta…
Provides support and protection, site of hemopoiesis (blood c…
Produces body movement, generates hear when muscles contract
A regulatory system that controls body movement, responds to…
Integumentary System
Provides protection, regulates body temperature, site of cuta…
Skeletal System
Provides support and protection, site of hemopoiesis (blood c…
127 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Lower anatomy 17A-25
Which structure of the femur has the a…
the quadrate tuber is the insertion fo…
the extensor part of the adductor magn…
orientation of the hip bones and femor…
ligamentum teres femoris
qua trade femoris
adductor tubercle
erect position
Which structure of the femur has the a…
ligamentum teres femoris
the quadrate tuber is the insertion fo…
qua trade femoris
70 termscreated on January 16, 2017
ENT
Pharyngeal tonsils, palatine tonsils,…
General
#7 handle with a 12 blade
T&A set, headlight,ESU, Suction
3 types of tonsils?
Anesthesia for T&A
Blade for T&A
Instruments for T&A
Pharyngeal tonsils, palatine tonsils,…
3 types of tonsils?
General
Anesthesia for T&A
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Oral Cavity Anatomy
What are the boundaries of the oral ca…
What is the vestibule?
What is oral cavity proper?
Which part of the tongue is free to mo…
Dorsal: hard and soft palate... Ventral: floor of mouth... Rostral:…
Space between lips/cheeks and teeth
Space within teeth
Apex
What are the boundaries of the oral ca…
Dorsal: hard and soft palate... Ventral: floor of mouth... Rostral:…
What is the vestibule?
Space between lips/cheeks and teeth
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Clinical Supplement: Neck
Infxn btwn investing/infrahyoid fascia…
Infxn deep to prevertebral layer
Infxn btwn buccopharyngeal fascia + al…
Infxn btwn alar/buccopharyngeal + prev…
-spreads inf. into sup. mediastinum
-extend laterally... -protrude on post. border of SCM
-spread inf. to lower cervical lvl
-retropharyngeal abscess... -extend inf. to diaphragm... -air from…
Infxn btwn investing/infrahyoid fascia…
-spreads inf. into sup. mediastinum
Infxn deep to prevertebral layer
-extend laterally... -protrude on post. border of SCM
16 termscreated on January 16, 2017
A&P Chapter 1
Define anatomy
What are the major subdivisions of ana…
Define physiology
List the levels of structural organiza…
Structure
-Gross or macroscopic (regional,surface,systematic) ... -micros…
Function... (subdivisions are based on organ systems. ex. cardio…
1. Chemical... 2. Cellular... 3. Tissue... 4. Organ... 5. Organ system... 6.…
Define anatomy
Structure
What are the major subdivisions of ana…
-Gross or macroscopic (regional,surface,systematic) ... -micros…
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anatomy ch.8 HUMERUS
greater tubercle
lesser tubercle
intertubercle groove
surgical neck
superior, best seen from the back
inferior, best seen from the front
between the two tubercles, the front side
weak area, the back side
greater tubercle
superior, best seen from the back
lesser tubercle
inferior, best seen from the front
18 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Spine Anatomy
If you push on ____, you're pushing on…
If you push on R TP from behind (P-A g…
Movement is named
Articulations for ribs and facet are on
Transverse process
Left
TOP-DOWN
Transverse process
If you push on ____, you're pushing on…
Transverse process
If you push on R TP from behind (P-A g…
Left
6 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Human Anatomy Midterm: Unit 3
Major muscle functions
Skeletal Muscle Activity
Providing energy for muscle contraction
Aerobic Exercise-effect of exercise on…
Produce movement, maintain posture, and stabilize joints.
Skeletal muscle contraction requires a signal from the nervou…
1. Aerobic Energy Pathway: Oxygen, mitochondria, 36 ATP, slow…
1. Increased mitochondria in muscle cells.... 2. Increased gluco…
Major muscle functions
Produce movement, maintain posture, and stabilize joints.
Skeletal Muscle Activity
Skeletal muscle contraction requires a signal from the nervou…
33 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Anatomy 18/19 Quiz
what are the subdivisions of the human…
what are two organs that make up the c…
somatic nervous system:
autonomic nervous system:
central nervous system... peripheral nervous system... afferent... eff…
brain ... spinal cord
carry info to mainly skeletal muscles and pathways make up so…
carry info to mainly smooth muscle and pathways belong to vis…
what are the subdivisions of the human…
central nervous system... peripheral nervous system... afferent... eff…
what are two organs that make up the c…
brain ... spinal cord
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Ch 3 Quiz
List the different levels of structura…
Name the four major types of tissues a…
Chose one of the tissue types. How is…
List the three types of epithelial tis…
1. cells 2. tissues 3. organs 4. individual human
1. Epithelial tissue is throughout the whole body ... 2. Connect…
Muscle tissue is made up of cells that easily shorten and con…
Squamous: found in lungs and heart... Cuboidal: found in kidneys…
List the different levels of structura…
1. cells 2. tissues 3. organs 4. individual human
Name the four major types of tissues a…
1. Epithelial tissue is throughout the whole body ... 2. Connect…
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Anatomy and Physiology Study Guide
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathology
Basic reference systems of bodily orga…
The study of the structure or morphology of the body and how…
The study of the functions of body parts, what they do and ho…
The study of the diseases of the body.
Directions, planes, cavities, and structural units.
Anatomy
The study of the structure or morphology of the body and how…
Physiology
The study of the functions of body parts, what they do and ho…
5 termscreated on January 16, 2017
effects of the release of insulin
converts glucose into glycogen in the…
inhibits the conversion of fats and am…
increased absorption of glucose into h…
promotes the uptake of amino acids int…
first effect of the release of insulin
second effect of the release of insulin
third effect of the release of insulin
fourth effect of the release of insulin
converts glucose into glycogen in the…
first effect of the release of insulin
inhibits the conversion of fats and am…
second effect of the release of insulin
96 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Unit 2.1: Bones of the Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb
Tuberosity
Crest
Trochanter
Line
Large rounded projection; may be roughened... (site of muscle &…
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent... (site of muscle & lig…
V Large, blunt, irregularly shaped process only found on the…
Narrow ridge of bone; less prominent than a crest (site of mu…
Tuberosity
Large rounded projection; may be roughened... (site of muscle &…
Crest
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent... (site of muscle & lig…
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HP Neurotransmission and Muscle Physiology
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
excitability
attached to bones of skeleton, voluntary, striations
makes up wall of the heart, involuntary, responsible for pump…
walls of internal organs, involuntary
responsiveness/irritability (receive and respond to a stimulus)
skeletal muscle
attached to bones of skeleton, voluntary, striations
cardiac muscle
makes up wall of the heart, involuntary, responsible for pump…
48 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Language of Anatomy
abdominal
acromial
antebrachial
antecubital
anterior body trunk inferior to ribs
point of shoulder
forearm
anterior surface of elbow
abdominal
anterior body trunk inferior to ribs
acromial
point of shoulder
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