How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "anatomy spinal cord"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "anatomy spinal cord"

34 termscreated on December 3, 2016
CHAPTER 14 - MANAGING PAIN
Clinical Pain
Three Types Of Pain:... 1. Acute Pain
Three Types Of Pain:... 2. Recurrent Pain
Three Types Of Pain... 3. Chronic Pain
Is pain that requires some form of medical treatment.
Is sharp, stinging pain that is usually localized in an injur…
Involves intermittent periods of discomfort that recur for mo…
Which is traditionally defined as pain that lasts six months…
Clinical Pain
Is pain that requires some form of medical treatment.
Three Types Of Pain:... 1. Acute Pain
Is sharp, stinging pain that is usually localized in an injur…
16 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Cranial Sacral Therapy
What is cranial sacral therapy?
What is the goal of Cranial Sacral The…
Your main objective as a therapist is…
How much pressure should be used when…
a gentle, hands-on approach to bodywork. It focuses on the bo…
To release tensions (restrictions and compressions) in the ti…
find and release tensions (called restrictions and compressio…
5 grams... of pressure
What is cranial sacral therapy?
a gentle, hands-on approach to bodywork. It focuses on the bo…
What is the goal of Cranial Sacral The…
To release tensions (restrictions and compressions) in the ti…
75 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Listen to this niki!!!!!
Combining form hepat/o refers to the
Sarcasm, repression, and denial are ex…
The function of the optic nerves is
Your co-worker tells you her neighbor…
Liver
Defense mechanisms
Seeing
Remind her that the patient record is protected health inform…
Combining form hepat/o refers to the
Liver
Sarcasm, repression, and denial are ex…
Defense mechanisms
74 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Neurologic & Ophthalmologic Emergencies
What is included in a neurologic exami…
What are spinal reflexes?
What should you assess in a neuro exam?
What are seizures a result of?
Assess mentation, posture, and coordination... Assess menace... Ass…
Biceps, triceps, extensor carpi radialis, withdrawl and asses…
Babinski's sign (hind limbs)... Assess limb muscle atrophy and s…
hyperexcitable neurons that spontaneously depolarize in the c…
What is included in a neurologic exami…
Assess mentation, posture, and coordination... Assess menace... Ass…
What are spinal reflexes?
Biceps, triceps, extensor carpi radialis, withdrawl and asses…
41 termscreated on December 2, 2016
BIOL223: Lab #10: Brain Anatomy Pictures
Frontal lobe
Precentral gyrus
Central sulcus
Postcentral gyrus
1
2
3
4
Frontal lobe
1
Precentral gyrus
2
62 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Week 11 Review
Which part of the central nervous syst…
What is the main "conscious thought" p…
Where are groups of neurons clustered…
What does the autonomic nervous system…
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
Ganglia
"Automatic" functions such as smooth muscle movement in the i…
Which part of the central nervous syst…
Cerebellum
What is the main "conscious thought" p…
Cerebrum
32 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Embryology- Test 3 (MC)
The diencephalon is derived from the?
The cerebellum:
At 30 weeks of birth, the lung develop…
The metencephalon is a secondary brain…
prosencephalon.
Is part of the high brain center; Develops from the rhomic li…
saccular
rhombecephalon
The diencephalon is derived from the?
prosencephalon.
The cerebellum:
Is part of the high brain center; Develops from the rhomic li…
25 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Pharm Final
Medications that relieve pain without…
Pain results from the stimulation of s…
Level of stimulus needed to produce th…
The amount of pain a person can endure…
Analgesics
nociceptors
pain threshold
pain tolerance
Medications that relieve pain without…
Analgesics
Pain results from the stimulation of s…
nociceptors
58 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Physiology practicum 2
Afferent Neurons
Efferent Neurons
Changes in length of a muscle
Fibers
Carry impulses from sensory stimuli to the CNS (brain)
Carry impulses from the CNS (brain) to muscles.
muscle spindles are sensitive to this
several of these compose muscle spindles
Afferent Neurons
Carry impulses from sensory stimuli to the CNS (brain)
Efferent Neurons
Carry impulses from the CNS (brain) to muscles.
38 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Embryology Test 2- MC
Process of neurlation
Development of body axis
Derivatives of somites form vertebrae?
Sections of spinal cord will be associ…
ectodermal cells differentiate to form neural plate, later fo…
cranial, caudal and lateral fold of embryo
None of above (dermatome, dermamyotome, myotome)
Lumbosacral and/or coccygeal spinal cord
Process of neurlation
ectodermal cells differentiate to form neural plate, later fo…
Development of body axis
cranial, caudal and lateral fold of embryo
112 termscreated on December 2, 2016
HESI 6 Nervous System
The Nervous System is made up of :
Examples of perception:
The CNS consists of:
The PNS consists of:
The brain, the spinal cord, and the individual nerves
Smelling, Tasting, Hearing, Seeing, and Touching
The Brain; The Spinal Cord
All of the nerves and their branches
The Nervous System is made up of :
The brain, the spinal cord, and the individual nerves
Examples of perception:
Smelling, Tasting, Hearing, Seeing, and Touching
39 termscreated on December 2, 2016
sheep brain(still in progress)
dura mater
cerebrum
transverse fissure
longitudinal fissure
identify A
identify B
identify A
dura mater
cerebrum
identify A
111 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Anatomy and Physiology Study Guide (Sam Continued)
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…
33 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Neuron and Spinal Cord
Cell body
nuclei
ganglia
dendrites
Clusters of cell bodies in a CNS neuron that make up gray mat…
Clusters of cell bodies in a PNS neuron are called ____?
Cell body
nuclei
Clusters of cell bodies in a CNS neuron that make up gray mat…
25 termscreated on December 2, 2016
chapter 19 Infectious affecting the nervous system
Structure of the nervous system is div…
what is the peripheral nervous system?
Sensory nerves?
Motor nerves?
two
Nerves that transfer commands between the CNS and muscles and…
-carry signals towards the CNS
Motor nerves - carry signals away from the CNS
Structure of the nervous system is div…
two
what is the peripheral nervous system?
Nerves that transfer commands between the CNS and muscles and…
38 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Ch. 1
absolute refractory period
action potentials
afferent axon
all-or-none-law
-one of the periods during the refractory period when the mem…
-messages sent by axons
-brings information to a structure
-amplitude and velocity of action potential are independent o…
absolute refractory period
-one of the periods during the refractory period when the mem…
action potentials
-messages sent by axons
24 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Ch. 49 Problem Set
Wernicke's and Broca's regions of the…
An organism that lacks integration cen…
The point of connection between two co…
In the human knee-jerk reflex, as the…
speech
will not be able to interpret stimuli
synapse
excited and inhibited, respectively
Wernicke's and Broca's regions of the…
speech
An organism that lacks integration cen…
will not be able to interpret stimuli
34 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Chap 12 and 13
Hyperpolarizing graded potential
Depolarizing graded potential
Continus conduction
Saltatory conduction
When the response makes the membrane even more polarized
When the response makes the membrane less polarized
(Steady speed) unmyelinated axon
Myelinated axon
Hyperpolarizing graded potential
When the response makes the membrane even more polarized
Depolarizing graded potential
When the response makes the membrane less polarized
13 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Internal Anatomy of the spinal cord
Anterior median fissure
Posterior median sulcus
White matter
Gray matter
a wide groove on the anterior side (white matter)
is a narrow furrow on the posterior dorsal side
consists primarily of bundles of myelinated axons of neurons,…
shaped like the letter H or butterfly consists of dendrites a…
Anterior median fissure
a wide groove on the anterior side (white matter)
Posterior median sulcus
is a narrow furrow on the posterior dorsal side
13 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Chapter 14 study guide
CNS
PNS
PNS sensory
PNS motor
brain and spinal cord
cranial and spinal nerves
somatic sensory and visceral sensory
somatic nervous system, autonomic nervous system, sympathetic…
CNS
brain and spinal cord
PNS
cranial and spinal nerves
85 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Chapter 23: Neurologic System
Cranial Nerve I
Cranial Nerve II
Cranial Nerve III
Cranial Nerve IV
Olfactory... Function: Smell
Optic... Function: Vision
Oculomotor... Function: Motor Function of extraoccular movement,…
Trochelear... Motor Function: Down and inward movement of the eye
Cranial Nerve I
Olfactory... Function: Smell
Cranial Nerve II
Optic... Function: Vision
31 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Chapter 1
Main types of Neurons
Sensory Neurons
Motor Neurons
Interneurons
Sensory neurons, Motor neurons, Interneurons.
Receptors specialised in detecting changes in the internal an…
Neurons responsible for the control of muscles and all forms…
The mediators of simple reflexes and and also the highest bra…
Main types of Neurons
Sensory neurons, Motor neurons, Interneurons.
Sensory Neurons
Receptors specialised in detecting changes in the internal an…
40 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Anatomy 20
How do we define an introperitoneal or…
How do we define a retroperitoneal org…
How do we define a secondary retroperi…
What organs are considered secondary r…
Organs that are enclosed by peritoneum on all sides
Organs that are only covered on their anterior surface by per…
Organs that start out intraperitoneal, but due to folding, en…
Pancreas, duodenum, ascending colon (minus the appendix and l…
How do we define an introperitoneal or…
Organs that are enclosed by peritoneum on all sides
How do we define a retroperitoneal org…
Organs that are only covered on their anterior surface by per…
156 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Anatomy and Physiology: Nervous System
What is the master controlling and com…
What are the 3 functions of the nervou…
what function includes monitoring stim…
What function includes the interpretat…
The nervous system
sensory input, integration, and motor output
sensory input
Integration
What is the master controlling and com…
The nervous system
What are the 3 functions of the nervou…
sensory input, integration, and motor output
17 termscreated on December 2, 2016
anatomy
outer layer around the cerebrum contro…
what makes up the brain stem
what is the brain's relay center/ swit…
what does the brain coordinate?
cerebral cortex
midbrain, medulla and bons
thalamus
movement and balance
outer layer around the cerebrum contro…
cerebral cortex
what makes up the brain stem
midbrain, medulla and bons
98 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Anatomy and Physiology - Nervous System
Functions
Ectoderm
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
The ______ of the Nervous System include:... 1. sensation - sens…
The ______ germ layer gives rise to the central nervous syste…
(CNS) Part of nervous system containing brain and spinal cord…
(PNS) Part of nervous system including everything OTHER THAN…
Functions
The ______ of the Nervous System include:... 1. sensation - sens…
Ectoderm
The ______ germ layer gives rise to the central nervous syste…
40 termscreated on December 2, 2016
AP Final Review 5
The term central nervous system refers…
which of the following is not a chemic…
Schwann cells are functionally similar…
An inhibitory postsynaptic potential (…
brain and spinal cord
carbohydrates
oligodendrocytes
hyperpolarization
The term central nervous system refers…
brain and spinal cord
which of the following is not a chemic…
carbohydrates
11 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Listen to niki!
The combining form hepat/o refers to the
Sarcasm, repression, and denial are ex…
The function of the optic nerve is
Your co-worker tells you her neighbor…
Liver
Defense mechanisms
Seeing
Remind her that the patient record is protected health inform…
The combining form hepat/o refers to the
Liver
Sarcasm, repression, and denial are ex…
Defense mechanisms
19 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Final exam lecture
Neural tissue types
Neurons
Neuroglia (glial cells)
Organs of the Nervous System
Neurons and Neurogila
-basic functional units of the nervous system... -cells that sen…
Cells that support and protect neurons
Brain, spinal cord, sensory receptors, nerves
Neural tissue types
Neurons and Neurogila
Neurons
-basic functional units of the nervous system... -cells that sen…
30 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Vocabulary
Air Embolism
Ataxic Respirations
Autonomic Nervous System
Central Nervous System
A bubble of air in the bloodstream
Pattern of irregular and unpredictable breathing commonly cau…
Controls involuntary functions
The brain and spinal cord
Air Embolism
A bubble of air in the bloodstream
Ataxic Respirations
Pattern of irregular and unpredictable breathing commonly cau…
25 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Chapter 8 Vocab
Appendicular skeleton
Axial skeleton
Suture
Mastoiditis
Bones of the upper and lower extremities of the body
The bones of the head neck and torso
Immovable joint, such as those between the bones of the skull
Inflammation of the air cells within the mastoid portion of t…
Appendicular skeleton
Bones of the upper and lower extremities of the body
Axial skeleton
The bones of the head neck and torso
33 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Main
Frontal Lobe
Parietal Lobe
Occipital Lobe
Temporal Lobe
Higher cognitive functions and motor control
Receive and integrate somatic sensory functions
Primary visual cortex
Speech and hearing
Frontal Lobe
Higher cognitive functions and motor control
Parietal Lobe
Receive and integrate somatic sensory functions
32 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Test Bank 23
1. A patient has sustained an injury t…
2. Which of the following statements i…
3. A 39-year-old man has been stabbed…
4. An OEC candidate asks you to explai…
Answer: b... Objective: 23-1... Reference: 772
Answer: c... Objective: Supplemental... Reference: 774
Answer: d... Objective: Supplemental... Reference: 774
Answer: b... Objective: 23-3... Reference: 777
1. A patient has sustained an injury t…
Answer: b... Objective: 23-1... Reference: 772
2. Which of the following statements i…
Answer: c... Objective: Supplemental... Reference: 774
14 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Ch. 13 Anatomy Spinal cord and spinal nerves
Meninges
Spinal Meninges
Cranial Meninges
Dura mater
they are 3 protective, connective tissue coverings that encir…
they surround the spinal cord.
encircle the brain
the most superficial of the tree spinal meninges it is a thic…
Meninges
they are 3 protective, connective tissue coverings that encir…
Spinal Meninges
they surround the spinal cord.
6 termscreated on December 2, 2016
External Anatomy of the Spinal Cord
Conus medullaris
Cauda equina
Filum terminale
Denticulate ligaments
A cone shaped tip between L1 and L2
Nerves arising from the inferior portion of the spinal cord
The pia mater forms a fibrous extension that continues to the…
The spinal cord is held in suspension within the vertebral ca…
Conus medullaris
A cone shaped tip between L1 and L2
Cauda equina
Nerves arising from the inferior portion of the spinal cord
53 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Neuroconcepts Final Exam Study Guide
Multiple Sclerosis MS
Types of MS
Symptoms of MS
Evaluate MS as OT
myelin is lost in multiple areas of brain and spinal cord, le…
Relapsing-remitting: clearly defined exacerbations followed b…
Tactile awareness (numbness, disturbance in pain sensation, h…
ROM, MMT, sensation (temp, light touch, sharp/dull, 2 pt., lo…
Multiple Sclerosis MS
myelin is lost in multiple areas of brain and spinal cord, le…
Types of MS
Relapsing-remitting: clearly defined exacerbations followed b…
24 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Ch. 15
dur/o
esthesi/o
gli/o
ment/o
hard, dura mater
sensation, sensitivity, feeling
glia, gluey substance
mind
dur/o
hard, dura mater
esthesi/o
sensation, sensitivity, feeling
12 termscreated on December 2, 2016
A&P Exam 5 ANS
What is the ANS?
ANS and Somatic Nervous System:
How do they differ in effectors?
How do they differ in motor or efferen…
System of visceral motor (autonomic) neuronsthat innervates s…
Differ in effectors, differ in motor or efferent pathways, di…
ANS: Cardiac muscle, smooth muscle, glands... Somatic Nervous Sy…
ANS: Neuron 1: Preganglionic neuron Neuron 2: Ganglionic Neur…
What is the ANS?
System of visceral motor (autonomic) neuronsthat innervates s…
ANS and Somatic Nervous System:
Differ in effectors, differ in motor or efferent pathways, di…
16 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Intro To Rec Final Exam Part 2-Section C
What are Neuromuscular Impairments?
What is the definition of Spinal Cord…
What causes Spinal Cord Injuries?
What are the Classifications of Spinal…
...
...
...
...
What are Neuromuscular Impairments?
...
What is the definition of Spinal Cord…
...
13 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Bio Lab- Human anatomy 2
Respiratory system
Urinary system
Nervous system
Digestive system
used to take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide
eliminates waste from body, helps regulate blood volume/pH/pr…
central nervous system (CNS): brain and spinal cord... periphera…
the breakdown of food into smaller and smaller particles the…
Respiratory system
used to take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide
Urinary system
eliminates waste from body, helps regulate blood volume/pH/pr…
62 termscreated on December 2, 2016
A&P LAB: Reproductive Systems
scrotum
spermatic cord
vas deferens
epididymis
scrotum
spermatic cord
144 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Exam 5 ( Spinal cord, spinal nerves & spinal reflexes, and ANS)
associated ganglia groups in SNS
Sympathetic ganglia types
collateral ganglia types
Associated nerve groups in SNS
sympathetic ganglia (paravertebral ganglia)... Collateral Gangli…
cervical... thoracic... lumbar... sacral... coccygeal
celiac... aorticorenal... superior mesenteric... renal... inferior mesent…
splanchnic nerves
associated ganglia groups in SNS
sympathetic ganglia (paravertebral ganglia)... Collateral Gangli…
Sympathetic ganglia types
cervical... thoracic... lumbar... sacral... coccygeal
23 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Part 2 BiO FINAL
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
nerve
ganglion
consists of the brain and spinal cord, which are enclosed and…
a subdivision of the nervous system composed of all nerves an…
a cordlike organ composed of multiple nerve fibers ensheathed…
is a knotlike swelling in a nerve where the cell bodies of ne…
central nervous system
consists of the brain and spinal cord, which are enclosed and…
peripheral nervous system
a subdivision of the nervous system composed of all nerves an…
21 termscreated on December 2, 2016
The Nervous and Endocrine system
Endocrine system
Diabetes
Insulin
Response
A body system that controls the body's growth and hormones
When a person cannot create enough insulin and the glucose (s…
A hormone made from the pancreas that allows the body to use…
A reaction to something
Endocrine system
A body system that controls the body's growth and hormones
Diabetes
When a person cannot create enough insulin and the glucose (s…
40 termscreated on December 2, 2016
ch 7: nervous system & special systems
audi
cerebello
cerebro
duro
ear
little brain
brain
hard
audi
ear
cerebello
little brain
20 termscreated on December 2, 2016
A&P Final Review
Damage in the ______ results in expres…
The ______ of CN X innervates intrinsi…
_______ synapse release norepinephrine…
The type of receptors that are primari…
Left frontal lobe
Recurrent laryngeal nerve
Adrenergic
Nocioreceptors
Damage in the ______ results in expres…
Left frontal lobe
The ______ of CN X innervates intrinsi…
Recurrent laryngeal nerve
32 termscreated on December 2, 2016
A&P Ch. 11
Cerebrospinal fluid
Interruption of blood flow to the brai…
Cerebrospinal fluid is
Olfaction and hearing are processed in…
all of the above... -informs the autonomic centers in the brains…
cerebrovascular accident.
clear and liquid
...
Cerebrospinal fluid
all of the above... -informs the autonomic centers in the brains…
Interruption of blood flow to the brai…
cerebrovascular accident.
29 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Pathophysiology Chapter 36 Part ONe
what does the motor unit consist of
where are upper motor neurons located
what do upper motor neurons exert cont…
what do lower motor neurons do
motor neuron and the muscle fibers it innervates
project from motor cortex to brainstem or spinal cord
lower motor neurons
innervate skeletal muscle fibers
what does the motor unit consist of
motor neuron and the muscle fibers it innervates
where are upper motor neurons located
project from motor cortex to brainstem or spinal cord
97 termscreated on December 2, 2016
The Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)
What is the primary function of the ANS?
Does the ANS control involuntary or vo…
Which types of muscles are involuntary…
Which type of muscles is voluntary and…
Regulate the body's internal enviroment thus maintaining cond…
Involuntary
Cardiac Muscle ... Smooth Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
What is the primary function of the ANS?
Regulate the body's internal enviroment thus maintaining cond…
Does the ANS control involuntary or vo…
Involuntary
27 termscreated on December 2, 2016
cerebellum
cognitive function
motor function
damage
anterior/spinocerebllar
attention, language, regulating fear, pleasure responses, unc…
balance, posture, voluntary movements (subconsious), motor le…
motor control and posture
muscle tone, coordination of voluntary movement
cognitive function
attention, language, regulating fear, pleasure responses, unc…
motor function
balance, posture, voluntary movements (subconsious), motor le…
1 of 10