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Anatomy 2220 General Vocab
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross
Regional
to cut apart, study of structure, relation among parts
function of body structures
investigates structures and relationships of body parts that…
examines all structures in a particular region of the body: e…
Anatomy
to cut apart, study of structure, relation among parts
Physiology
function of body structures
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Ch.12
Orthopedic impairments/physical disabi…
Cerebral palsy
Spastic
Dsykinetic
Severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects a child's…
Group of neurological disorders that affect movement and post…
Tightness in one or more muscle groups and effects approximat…
Impairments in muscle tone affecting the whole body
Orthopedic impairments/physical disabi…
Severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects a child's…
Cerebral palsy
Group of neurological disorders that affect movement and post…
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Anatomy Body Part Vocab
Otic
Nasal
Oral
Cervical
Ear
Nose
Mouth
Neck
Otic
Ear
Nasal
Nose
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Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous system
Autonomic Nervous System
Somatic Nervous System
(CNS) brain and spinal cord.
Body Nerves that connect to the central nervous system (brain…
Controls involuntary bodily functions (not consciously contro…
Controls voluntary bodily functions (consciously controlled),…
Central Nervous System
(CNS) brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous system
Body Nerves that connect to the central nervous system (brain…
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body terms
muscular
skeletal
respiratory
cardiovascular
cardiac smooth and skeletal muscle ... pumps the heart ... helps mo…
bones cartilage ligaments ... supports the body ... protects organs…
lungs nasal passages pharynx larynx trachea ... delivers oxygen…
heart blood vessels ... transports oxygen and removes carbon dio…
muscular
cardiac smooth and skeletal muscle ... pumps the heart ... helps mo…
skeletal
bones cartilage ligaments ... supports the body ... protects organs…
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6.5 Neurons and Synapses
The two main parts of the Nervous System
Neuron
The three main types of neurons
How myelination of neurons allows for…
Central Nervous System: Brain and Spinal Cord... Peripheral Ner…
Cells specialized for the transmission of electrical impulses
Sensory Neurons conduct nerve impulses from receptors to the…
Myelin is the insulating layer deposited by the schwann cells…
The two main parts of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System: Brain and Spinal Cord... Peripheral Ner…
Neuron
Cells specialized for the transmission of electrical impulses
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Nervous System
What are the functions of the Nervous…
What are the two major divisions of th…
What are the parts of the CNS?
What are the three layers of the Menin…
Detect Changes in your environment... Feel Sensations in your en…
Central Nervous System (CNS) and Peripheral Nervous System (P…
Brain and Spinal Cord ONLY
Dura Mater - Durable Mother... Arachnoid Membrane - Spiderweb Li…
What are the functions of the Nervous…
Detect Changes in your environment... Feel Sensations in your en…
What are the two major divisions of th…
Central Nervous System (CNS) and Peripheral Nervous System (P…
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Lesson 2 Prefix, Suffix
derma:
hepar:
meninx:
soma:
skin
the liver
one of the coverings of the brain and spinal cord
the body
derma:
skin
hepar:
the liver
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The Anatomy of Muscle Tissue
Epimysium
Fascicles
Perimysium
Endomysium
Deep fascia-fibrous connective tissue; wraps entire muscle
Fascicles-bundles of muscle cells bound together
Connective tissue around bundles of muscle cells (fibers)
Thin connective tissue surrounding each muscle cell; capillar…
Epimysium
Deep fascia-fibrous connective tissue; wraps entire muscle
Fascicles
Fascicles-bundles of muscle cells bound together
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Combining forms: Body structure
aden/o
angi/o
append/o, appendic/o
bi/o
gland
vessel
appendix
life or living
aden/o
gland
angi/o
vessel
31 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Part 3 bio mid terms
adhesion
cohesion
hydrophilic
hydrophobic
water sticks to other things
water sticks to itself
water loving
water fearing
adhesion
water sticks to other things
cohesion
water sticks to itself
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Neurons and synapses
Cell body
Dendrites
Axon
Myelin sheath
Has a nucleus, contains genes
Branch like structures, carry nerve impulses towards the cell…
Carries impulses away from cell body down length of Neuron
Protects the axon and speeds up electrical transmission
Cell body
Has a nucleus, contains genes
Dendrites
Branch like structures, carry nerve impulses towards the cell…
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Medical Roots
arterio
arthro/articulo
cardio/cardo
colo/colono
artery
joint
heart
large intestine
arterio
artery
arthro/articulo
joint
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Anatomy
Anatomy
physiology
4 phases of mitosis
endocytosis
study of the structure of body
study of how parts function
(pmat) prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telaphase
molecules are taken in
Anatomy
study of the structure of body
physiology
study of how parts function
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Splints for Common Diagnoses - NBCOT Exam
Brachial Plexus Injury
Radial Nerve Palsy
Median Nerve Injury
Ulnar Nerve Injury
Flail Arm Splint
Dynamic wrist, finger, thumb extension splint
Opponens splint, C-bar, or thumb post splint
Dynamic/static splint to position MP's in flexion
Brachial Plexus Injury
Flail Arm Splint
Radial Nerve Palsy
Dynamic wrist, finger, thumb extension splint
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Body Systems
Digestive Systems
Circulatory System
Nervous System
Muscular System
Breaks doen food into a form that can be absorbed into blood…
Pumps blood through the body to drop off oxygen to the cells…
Sends and receives electrical signals from brain spinal cord…
Allows the body to work and organs to work by contracting the…
Digestive Systems
Breaks doen food into a form that can be absorbed into blood…
Circulatory System
Pumps blood through the body to drop off oxygen to the cells…
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Anatomy Midterm
What are the characteristics of life?
Basic requirements of all organisms
Negative feedback and example
Positive feedback and example
Circulation, growth, digestion, reproduction, excretion, move…
Water, food, oxygen, heat, and pressure
Stimulus- glands
Response- temperature
What are the characteristics of life?
Circulation, growth, digestion, reproduction, excretion, move…
Basic requirements of all organisms
Water, food, oxygen, heat, and pressure
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human a&p chapter 13 notes
dura mater
arachnoid mater
pia mater
what is an epidural block and how does…
outer layer of spinal cord
middle miningeal layer
inner meningeal layer
an anesthetic injection that works in lumbar region, mainly s…
dura mater
outer layer of spinal cord
arachnoid mater
middle miningeal layer
12 termscreated on January 19, 2017
body terms
muscular
skeletal
respiratory
cardiovascular
cardiac smooth and skeletal muscle ... pumps the heart ... helps mo…
bones cartilage ligaments ... supports the body ... protects organs…
lungs nasal passages pharynx larynx trachea ... delivers oxygen…
heart blood vessels ... transports oxygen and removes carbon dio…
muscular
cardiac smooth and skeletal muscle ... pumps the heart ... helps mo…
skeletal
bones cartilage ligaments ... supports the body ... protects organs…
9 termscreated on January 19, 2017
nervous system
how many nerve cells are operating con…
nerve cells coordinate in what kind of…
nerves carry ____________ messages all…
two major divisions in nervous system
more than 10 billion
conscious and unconscious
electrical
central and peripheral
how many nerve cells are operating con…
more than 10 billion
nerve cells coordinate in what kind of…
conscious and unconscious
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A&P Test
Action Potential
Autonomic nervous system
Axon
Central Nervous system
Change in voltage of a cell membrane in response to a stimulu…
Responsible for homeostatic reflexes that coordinate control…
Single process of the neuron that carries an electrical signa…
Located within the cranial and vertebral cavities (brain and…
Action Potential
Change in voltage of a cell membrane in response to a stimulu…
Autonomic nervous system
Responsible for homeostatic reflexes that coordinate control…
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Inner Body Project
Spinal Cord
Sciatic nerve
Lower torso
Cauda Equina
Located in the back, helps humans stand up
Sends signals to the legs, feet, lower legs, and thighs
Important to the digestive and urinary system
Part of the torso that is parallel with the spine
Spinal Cord
Located in the back, helps humans stand up
Sciatic nerve
Sends signals to the legs, feet, lower legs, and thighs
12 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Inner Body Project
Spinal Cord
Sciatic nerve
Lower torso
Cauda Equina
Located in the back, helps humans stand up
Sends signals to the legs, feet, lower legs, and thighs
Important to the digestive and urinary system
Part of the torso that is parallel with the spine
Spinal Cord
Located in the back, helps humans stand up
Sciatic nerve
Sends signals to the legs, feet, lower legs, and thighs
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quiz one study guide
anatomy
developmental anatomy
gross anatomy
microscopic anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
deals with the development of the organism from conception to…
studies structures visible without aid of microscope
examines structures not visible to the naked eye
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
developmental anatomy
deals with the development of the organism from conception to…
42 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Regular Basic Body Plan
Organ
Cell
Organ System
Organism
made up of different tissues
form tissues
different organs working together
composed of systems in a body
Organ
made up of different tissues
Cell
form tissues
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Anatomy Terminology
Anatomical position
Supine
Prone
Caudal
Standing, face forward, arms at side, palms of hands facing f…
Lying face up
Lying face down
Towards the tail
Anatomical position
Standing, face forward, arms at side, palms of hands facing f…
Supine
Lying face up
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HST Brain Test
Cranial Nerve 2
Cranial Nerve 1
Cranial Nerve 3
Cranial Nerve 4
Optic nerve, sensory, sight
Olfactory nerve, sensory, smell
Oculomotor, motor, moves eyelid & eyeball & adjusts the pupil…
Trochlear, motor, moves eyeballs
Cranial Nerve 2
Optic nerve, sensory, sight
Cranial Nerve 1
Olfactory nerve, sensory, smell
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Nervous System
Stimulus
Receptor
Effector
Sensory
Change in the environment
Detects the change
Brings about the response
Carry electrical impulses from receptors to CNS
Stimulus
Change in the environment
Receptor
Detects the change
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El cuerpo humano
las caries
La corona
El diente
La encía
cavities
crown
tooth
gum
las caries
cavities
La corona
crown
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Module 5 & 6
Lower level/ older brain structures
brain stem (info)
brain stem (visual)- Where is it?
cerebellum (info)
occur w/out any conscious effort - processes most info outsid…
oldest part & central core of brain- responsible for automati…
starts where spinal cord swells as it enter the skull
enables nonverbal learning & memory- helps coordinate volunta…
Lower level/ older brain structures
occur w/out any conscious effort - processes most info outsid…
brain stem (info)
oldest part & central core of brain- responsible for automati…
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Nervous System
A simple explanation for a stroke migh…
Which of the following are symptoms of…
If all neurons in the body are functio…
How many pairs of cranial nerves are t…
a blockage of blood supply to the brain
short-term memory loss
breathe
12
A simple explanation for a stroke migh…
a blockage of blood supply to the brain
Which of the following are symptoms of…
short-term memory loss
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Anatomy & Physiology Ch 1
Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Surface Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
study of structure and shape of body parts and their relation…
Study of large body parts, shape, position, relationship to o…
the study of internal structures as they relate to the overly…
Study of small structures, using a microscope
Anatomy
study of structure and shape of body parts and their relation…
Gross Anatomy
Study of large body parts, shape, position, relationship to o…
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Human Anatomy Positional Terms
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Above
Below
Front of the body
Back of the body
Superior
Above
Inferior
Below
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Medical Terminology Ch 2 Body Structure, Color and Oncology
cell
cell membrane
cytoplasm
nucleus
basic unit of all things- trillions in the body
form boundary of the cell
gel-like fluid inside the cell
largest structure of within the cell usually spherical ans ce…
cell
basic unit of all things- trillions in the body
cell membrane
form boundary of the cell
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Medical Terminology Ch 1
eponyms
acronyms
prefix
root word
name of person
terms formed by the first letter of words in a pharse
word part beginning of the word; to modify meaning
core of a word
eponyms
name of person
acronyms
terms formed by the first letter of words in a pharse
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BB 1
What is the role of acetylcholine
What is the role of dopamine
What is the role of GABA
What is the role of glutamate
-used by spinal cord neurons to control muscles... -used by brai…
-feelings of pleasure
-major inhibitory neurotransmitter
-major excitatory neurotransmitter
What is the role of acetylcholine
-used by spinal cord neurons to control muscles... -used by brai…
What is the role of dopamine
-feelings of pleasure
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CH2 Biological Perspectives
Neuron
Dendrites
Soma
Axon
Nerve cell
Branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
Carisoprodol
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
Neuron
Nerve cell
Dendrites
Branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
110 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Anatomy Test 1
Extrinsic Muscles
Superficial Layer
Inntermediate Layer
Deepest Layer
...
1. Trapezius ... 2. Latissimus Dorsi (coughing muscle)
1. serratus post. Inferior ... 2. serratus post. superior
1. Rhomboid Major ... 2. Rhomboid Minor ... 3. Levator Scapulae
Extrinsic Muscles
...
Superficial Layer
1. Trapezius ... 2. Latissimus Dorsi (coughing muscle)
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Psychology 2
Brain and Spinal Cord
Nerve Cells
Nerve cells that run through our entir…
Produces the energy that fuels the neu…
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Neurons
Cell Body
Brain and Spinal Cord
Central Nervous System
Nerve Cells
Peripheral Nervous System
34 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Psych Chapter 3
3 1/2 pounds
25
Hindbrain
Medulla... Cerebellum... RAS
Typical brain weighs:
____% of the oxygen pumped by the heart is used by the brain
Regulates many of the body's basic activites
3 most important parts of the hindbrain:
3 1/2 pounds
Typical brain weighs:
25
____% of the oxygen pumped by the heart is used by the brain
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Chapter 4 PSY406
androgen insensitivity syndrome
androgens
congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH)
endocrine glands
a disorder in which body cells are unable to respond to andro…
a class of hormones that includes testosterone and other ster…
a disorder that results in masculinization, producing prematu…
glands that secrete hormones into the circulatory system
androgen insensitivity syndrome
a disorder in which body cells are unable to respond to andro…
androgens
a class of hormones that includes testosterone and other ster…
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Chapter 12 vocab quiz#1
neuroglia
axon
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
support cells
...
spinal cord and brain
everything outside of the CNS
neuroglia
support cells
axon
...
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Mr.g hst terms m-o defintions
macro-
mal-
malac-
mamm-
large
bad, abnormal, disordered, poor
softening of a tissue
breast, mammary glands
macro-
large
mal-
bad, abnormal, disordered, poor
56 termscreated on January 19, 2017
HST TERMS m-o Mr. g medical
macro/cyte
mal/nutrition
malac/ia
mammo/gram
large cell
poor nutrition
tissue softening
radiographic image of the breast
macro/cyte
large cell
mal/nutrition
poor nutrition
20 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Diagnostic Imaging Quiz 1
What kind of effect does radiation hav…
What are the four "Radiology Rights"?
What does ALARA stand for?
What does PACS stand for?
Cummulative
-perform the right test... -perform it the right way... -perform it…
As low as reasonably achievable
Picture Archiving and Communication System
What kind of effect does radiation hav…
Cummulative
What are the four "Radiology Rights"?
-perform the right test... -perform it the right way... -perform it…
43 termscreated on January 19, 2017
CH2 Biological Perspectives
Neuron
Dendrites
Soma
Axon
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
RELATING TO OR AFFECTING THE BODY; CORPOREAL
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Dendrites
Branchlike parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
35 termscreated on January 19, 2017
6th Grade Health Test 4
First Aid
Bleeding
Radial
Ipecac syrup
care given to an injured or ill person until help arrives
controlled by direct pressure, elevation, and compressing the…
the pressure point used for the wrist or hand wound
medicine used to induce vomiting
First Aid
care given to an injured or ill person until help arrives
Bleeding
controlled by direct pressure, elevation, and compressing the…
43 termscreated on January 19, 2017
CH2 Biological Perspectives
Neuron
Dendrites
Soma
Axon
Nerve cell
Branch Like parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
Carisoprodol
A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulse…
Neuron
Nerve cell
Dendrites
Branch Like parts of a neuron that are specialized to receive…
33 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Med Terms Chap 2
a
an
dia
endo
without
not
complete
within
a
without
an
not
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Chapters 9 and 10
Dendrite
Receptors
Myelin sheath
Schwan's cells
Neuron fibers that carry Impulses to the cell body
Receive stimulus begin a neural pathway
Covering by fatty material
Connective Tissue cells that wrap around the axon and deposit…
Dendrite
Neuron fibers that carry Impulses to the cell body
Receptors
Receive stimulus begin a neural pathway
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