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Anatomy Midterm Chp 8- Hearing
Ear drum
Cerumian
Pinna
Anvil
The tympanic membrane is better known as
Ear wax is produced by what gland
The decorative outer portion of the ear is the
What is paired with the incus
Ear drum
The tympanic membrane is better known as
Cerumian
Ear wax is produced by what gland
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Lecture 3
What are the two types of inductive in…
What is the difference between permiss…
How do you manage instructive interact…
Describe the french flag model and the…
Permissive and Instructive
Permissive interactions have a signal that only specifies a s…
How much of the signal is there, concentration
The french flag model depicts instructive inductive interacti…
What are the two types of inductive in…
Permissive and Instructive
What is the difference between permiss…
Permissive interactions have a signal that only specifies a s…
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Anatomy General Terms
frontal/coronal plane
transverse/horizontal plane
sagittal plane
midsagittal plane
body split into front and back
body split into top and bottom
body split into left and right halves
body split into equal left and right halves
frontal/coronal plane
body split into front and back
transverse/horizontal plane
body split into top and bottom
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Chapter one of A&P
Anatomy
Physiology
Medical terminology
Atoms
Oldest medical science; describes the structure of the body.…
The study of functions of anatomical structures. Individual a…
Greek or Latin, root words, prefixes, suffixes, combining for…
Are the smallest chemical units
Anatomy
Oldest medical science; describes the structure of the body.…
Physiology
The study of functions of anatomical structures. Individual a…
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Anatomy Midterm Chp 1
Proximal, distal
Thoracic
Endocrine
Respiratory, digestive, integumentary,…
The elbow is _________ to the wrist and _________ to the shou…
The heart and lungs are contained within which body cavity?
This system produces hormones
Which systems are involved in excretion?
Proximal, distal
The elbow is _________ to the wrist and _________ to the shou…
Thoracic
The heart and lungs are contained within which body cavity?
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Anatomy- Midterm Study Guide
negative feedback
positive feedback
function of integumentary system
function of the skeletal system
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Anatomy (201): Genetics
Heredity
Homologous Chromosomes
autosome
Sex Chromosome
transmission of genetic characteristics from parent to offspr…
23 paired chromosomes with 46 in total
any chromosome except the sex chromosomes. Inherited without…
determine an individuals sex
Heredity
transmission of genetic characteristics from parent to offspr…
Homologous Chromosomes
23 paired chromosomes with 46 in total
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Anatomy Chapter 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Cellular Organization
Metabolism
The study of structure and form
The study of function of the body parts
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Anatomy
The study of structure and form
Physiology
The study of function of the body parts
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Bones, Landmarks, and Ligaments of Neck and Trunk
Occipital bone
occipital protuberance
nuchal line
foramen magnum
Occipital bone
occipital protuberance
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Organ Systems
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
1) Provides Protection... 2)Senses... 3)Regulates body temperature…
1)Provides support and protection... 2)site of blood cell produc…
1)Produces body movement... 2)Generates Heat
1)Regulates various processes... 2)Responsible for intelligence…
Integumentary System
1) Provides Protection... 2)Senses... 3)Regulates body temperature…
Skeletal System
1)Provides support and protection... 2)site of blood cell produc…
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Anatomy 2 Bone Vocab
condyle
crest
fissure
foramen
irregular, smooth surface that articulates with another bone
elevated ridge of bone
long, deep cleft
hole
condyle
irregular, smooth surface that articulates with another bone
crest
elevated ridge of bone
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Bones, Landmarks and Ligaments of TMJ
angle of ramus
body of mandible
mandibular notch
mandibular condyle
mandible
angle of ramus
mandible
body of mandible
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Endocrine non fill in blank
Steroids (Lipids)
Monoamines
Peptides
Endocrine System
Estrogens, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol, corticostero…
Epinephrine, norepinephrine, melatonin, and thyroid hormone
Oxytocin, antidiuretic hormone, releasing and inhibiting horm…
Series of structures or glands in the body that regulate home…
Steroids (Lipids)
Estrogens, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol, corticostero…
Monoamines
Epinephrine, norepinephrine, melatonin, and thyroid hormone
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Bone Markings
Tuberosity
Crest
Trocanter
Line
Large rounded projection; may be roughened.
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent.
Very large, blunt, irregular shaped process only found in the…
Narrow ridge of bone; less prominent than a crest.
Tuberosity
Large rounded projection; may be roughened.
Crest
Narrow ridge of bone; usually prominent.
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Anatomy Chapter 1
What is the study of structure?
What is the study of function?
What is the study of structure too sma…
What is the study of the structure of…
anatomy
physiology
microscopic anatomy
cytology
What is the study of structure?
anatomy
What is the study of function?
physiology
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Pathologies of Neck and Trunk
Thoracic Outlet Syndrom
Torticollis
Cervical Sprain
Sciatica
- compression of brachial plexus, subclavian artery and vein
deformity of the neck in which the persons head is laterally…
head suddenly and violently hyperextends then flexes. "Whipla…
pain that tends to run down the posterior thight and leg
Thoracic Outlet Syndrom
- compression of brachial plexus, subclavian artery and vein
Torticollis
deformity of the neck in which the persons head is laterally…
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Head & Neck Anatomy Test 1 (Ch. 26, 27, 28)
Bones of the face: Neurocranium ... (8)
Bones of face:... Viscerocranium (14)
Suture
Foramen
- front bone (single)... - Sphenoid bone (sing.) ... - Ethmoid (sin…
- Mandible (s) ... - vomer (s)... - nasal bones (p) ... - lacrimal bon…
Joining together of 2 or more bones
Short tubelike opening through bone
Bones of the face: Neurocranium ... (8)
- front bone (single)... - Sphenoid bone (sing.) ... - Ethmoid (sin…
Bones of face:... Viscerocranium (14)
- Mandible (s) ... - vomer (s)... - nasal bones (p) ... - lacrimal bon…
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Neuro: CNS Circulation, CSF, and Blood Supply
Meningial Layers
Dura mater
Arachnoid mater
Pia mater
Dura Mater... Arachnoid mater... Pia Mater
Thick outer layer lining of the skull
web-like layer containing blood vessels surrounded by glial a…
Contiguous with the brain surface
Meningial Layers
Dura Mater... Arachnoid mater... Pia Mater
Dura mater
Thick outer layer lining of the skull
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Heart
Orientation of the heart
Layers
Parietal Pericardium
Pericardial Cavity (sac)
A. Apex-Narrow, Inferior... B. Base-Wide, Superior
A. Fiberous pericardium - outside of heart... i. tough outter co…
forms the superficial wall of the pericardial cavity (sac)
fluid space surrounding the heart
Orientation of the heart
A. Apex-Narrow, Inferior... B. Base-Wide, Superior
Layers
A. Fiberous pericardium - outside of heart... i. tough outter co…
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Anatomy and Physiology - chapter 1: body cavities and serous membranes
thoracic cavity
mediastinum
abdominal cavity
pelvic cavity
surrounded by rib cage; separated from abdominal cavity by di…
divides the thoracic cavity into left and right parts
enclosed primarily by abdominal muscles; contains the stomach…
encased by pelvic bones; contains the urinary bladder, part o…
thoracic cavity
surrounded by rib cage; separated from abdominal cavity by di…
mediastinum
divides the thoracic cavity into left and right parts
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Pathophysiology of Diseases of the Male Genitourinary tract
Describe the normal anatomy of the mal…
List the 2 Diseases of the Male GU tract
Prostatitis definition and the 3 types
acute bacterial prostatitis with labs
•Prostate... •Scrotum, Testis and Epididymis... •Penis
1. Inflammatory... 2. Neoplastic
Inflammation of the prostate... 1. acute bacterial prostatitis…
oGram negative rods like E. coli and Pseudomonas... oAscending i…
Describe the normal anatomy of the mal…
•Prostate... •Scrotum, Testis and Epididymis... •Penis
List the 2 Diseases of the Male GU tract
1. Inflammatory... 2. Neoplastic
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Anatomy: Upper Extremity
What defines the pectoral region?
Acromioclavicular joint separation
What runs through the deltopectoral tr…
Lymphnodes of the pectoral and axillar…
The outline of the pectoral is major on the chest.
AKA shoulder separation. Occurs when the acromioclavicular an…
Cephalic vein
Going around clockwise:... Pectoral: drain most of breast and an…
What defines the pectoral region?
The outline of the pectoral is major on the chest.
Acromioclavicular joint separation
AKA shoulder separation. Occurs when the acromioclavicular an…
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anatomy: exam 1
anatomy vs. physiology
levels of structural organization (6)
anatomical position
ipsilateral vs contralateral
anatomy: to dissect; the study of the PARTS of an organism an…
chemical- necessary for maintaining life... cellular- chemicals…
universal position... characteristics:... -standing upright... -feet p…
ipsilateral: the same side... contralateral: the opposite side
anatomy vs. physiology
anatomy: to dissect; the study of the PARTS of an organism an…
levels of structural organization (6)
chemical- necessary for maintaining life... cellular- chemicals…
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Anatomy and Physiology
Waste products in plasma
Erythrocytes
Hemoglobin
Blood
Lactic acid, urea, creatinine
Biconcave discs, anucleate, essentially no organelles
A protein that functions in gas transport. Made of two alpha…
Type of connective tissue; sticky, opaque fluid with a merall…
Waste products in plasma
Lactic acid, urea, creatinine
Erythrocytes
Biconcave discs, anucleate, essentially no organelles
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Module 3 Organic Chemistry
4 elements that make up 96% of our body
4 life-sustaining biomolecules
building blocks for cells or energy
basis of genetic material
oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen
carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids
carbohydrates, proteins, lipids
nucleic acids
4 elements that make up 96% of our body
oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen
4 life-sustaining biomolecules
carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids
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Ch. 1 Intro
characterstics of living things
reproduction
differentiation
growth
metabolism, responsiveness, movement,growth,differentiation,r…
formation of new cells or new individuals... ovum+sperm=zygote>e…
maturation or specializaion of cells... ex; stem cell
increse in size,number of cells (replacement), material betwe…
characterstics of living things
metabolism, responsiveness, movement,growth,differentiation,r…
reproduction
formation of new cells or new individuals... ovum+sperm=zygote>e…
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A&P II: Intro of Nervous System
The nervous system consist of a large…
What are the two subsystem of the nerv…
What organs make up the CNS?
What organs make up the PNS?
False.
~central nervous system (CNS)... *~peripheral nervous system (…
~brain... ~spinal cord
~receptors... ~nerve... ~ganglia
The nervous system consist of a large…
False.
What are the two subsystem of the nerv…
~central nervous system (CNS)... *~peripheral nervous system (…
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Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathophysiology
Congenital
They study of the structure and form of an organism
The study of the processes of living organism or why and how…
The study of how disease occurs and the responses of living o…
Acquired during development of the infant in the uterus and e…
Anatomy
They study of the structure and form of an organism
Physiology
The study of the processes of living organism or why and how…
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Anatomy Chapter 2 : Tissues
areolar loose connective tissue
adipose loose connective tissue
reticular loose connective tissue
dense regular connective tissue
areolar loose connective tissue
adipose loose connective tissue
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ANATOMY- musculoskeletal system
-osteoclast f(x)?... -osteoblast f(x)?
bone's primary cell?
bone's intracellular matrix composed o…
functions of bone? (3)
-osteoclast= remove bone... -osteoblast= deposit new bone
-osteocytes
-organic materials (mainly collagen fibers)... -inorganic salts…
1. structural framework for movement, support, protection... 2.…
-osteoclast f(x)?... -osteoblast f(x)?
-osteoclast= remove bone... -osteoblast= deposit new bone
bone's primary cell?
-osteocytes
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Higher Order Functions Lectures (Dr. Hubscher)
Left Hemisphere Functions
Right Hemisphere functions
Wernicke's Brodmann areas
Broca's Brodmann areas
analysis of right visual field, stereognosis (right hand), le…
analysis of left visual field, stereognosis (left hand), emot…
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44 and 45
Left Hemisphere Functions
analysis of right visual field, stereognosis (right hand), le…
Right Hemisphere functions
analysis of left visual field, stereognosis (left hand), emot…
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Facial muscles and parotid gland LOs
What are the 5 layers of the scalp?
Which vessels supply arterial blood to…
What nerves provide sensory innervatio…
What are emissary veins?
Skin, connective tissue, aponeurosis, loose areolar tissue, p…
Supraorbital a, supratrochlear a, superficial temporal a, occ…
Greater occipital n, Lesser occipital n, branches of V1
Veins that connect the dural venous sinuses with veins outsid…
What are the 5 layers of the scalp?
Skin, connective tissue, aponeurosis, loose areolar tissue, p…
Which vessels supply arterial blood to…
Supraorbital a, supratrochlear a, superficial temporal a, occ…
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Facial Muscles
Frontalis m.
Occipitalis m.
Orbicularis Oculi
Corrugator supercilli
Origin: upper orbital margin... Insertion: epicranial aponeurosi…
Origin: superior nuchal line... Insertion: epicranial aponeurosi…
Origin: medial orbital portion of frontal bone (orbital part)…
Origin: medial supraorbital margin... Insertion: epicranial apon…
Frontalis m.
Origin: upper orbital margin... Insertion: epicranial aponeurosi…
Occipitalis m.
Origin: superior nuchal line... Insertion: epicranial aponeurosi…
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Cranial Nerves
Which nerves also have parasympathetic…
What are the names of the COPS ganglia…
Where do sympathetic fibers that trave…
Where do PRE-ganglionic sympathetic fi…
III, VII, IX and X
ciliary, otic, pterygopalatine, submandibular
Levels T1-T4 of the IML
superior cervical ganglion
Which nerves also have parasympathetic…
III, VII, IX and X
What are the names of the COPS ganglia…
ciliary, otic, pterygopalatine, submandibular
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AP Euro Literature Summary Semester 1
Ninety-Five Theses: Luther
Against the Robbing and Murderous Hord…
Book of Common Prayer: No single author
Institutes of the Christian Religion:…
Theme: Protestant Reformation... 95 arguments against the Cathol…
Theme: Social Politics... An essay where the author condemned th…
Theme: Anglican... A beautiful collection of English language pr…
Theme: Protestant Reformation... An explanation of the author's…
Ninety-Five Theses: Luther
Theme: Protestant Reformation... 95 arguments against the Cathol…
Against the Robbing and Murderous Hord…
Theme: Social Politics... An essay where the author condemned th…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissues
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
In the heart... Involuntary... Striated... Steady and constant rate of…
In walls of visceral organs: hollow organs... Involuntary... No str…
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Skeletal muscle
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
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Anatomy of Thoracic Wall
Pectoralis major
Pectoralis minor
Serratus anterior
Latissimus dorsi
Evident on anterior thoracic surface and forms anterior axill…
Intermediate portion forms anterior wall of axilla
Contributes to forming the anterior wall of the axilla
Forms the posterior axillary fold with the teres major
Pectoralis major
Evident on anterior thoracic surface and forms anterior axill…
Pectoralis minor
Intermediate portion forms anterior wall of axilla
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Sole of Foot
Abductor Hallucis- First Layer ... (Media…
Flexor Digitorum Brevis- First Layer…
Abductor Digiti Minimi- First Layer ... (…
Quadratus Plantae- Second Layer... (Centr…
Proximal: med. side of calcaneus; plantar aponeurosis... Distal:…
Proximal: calcaneus, plantar aponeurosis, intermuscular septa…
Proximal: lat. side of calcaneus... Distal: base of prox. phalan…
Proximal: calcaneus (plantar side: med. and lat.... borders)... Dis…
Abductor Hallucis- First Layer ... (Media…
Proximal: med. side of calcaneus; plantar aponeurosis... Distal:…
Flexor Digitorum Brevis- First Layer…
Proximal: calcaneus, plantar aponeurosis, intermuscular septa…
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Leg
Tibialis Anterior (Anterior Crural Com…
Extensor Hallucis Longus (Anterior Cru…
Extensor Digitorum Longus (Anterior Cr…
Fibularis Tertius (Anterior Crural Com…
Proximal: upper lat. surface of tibia, interosseous membrane…
Proximal: middle section of fibula, interosseous membrane... Dis…
Proximal: upper 3⁄4 of fibula, interosseous membrane... Distal:…
Proximal: inferior 1/3 of fibula, interosseous membrane... Dista…
Tibialis Anterior (Anterior Crural Com…
Proximal: upper lat. surface of tibia, interosseous membrane…
Extensor Hallucis Longus (Anterior Cru…
Proximal: middle section of fibula, interosseous membrane... Dis…
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Gluteal and Posterior Thigh
Gluteus maximus (Gluteal Muscle)
Gluteus medius (Gluteal Muscle)
Gluteus minimus (Gluteal Muscle)
Tensor fascia latae (Gluteal Muscle)
Proximal: posterior gluteal line, sacrum (dorsal surface.), c…
Proximal: between anterior and posterior gluteal lines... Distal…
Proximal: between inferior and anterior gluteal lines... Distal:…
Proximal: iliac crest between ASIS and tuberculum... Distal: ili…
Gluteus maximus (Gluteal Muscle)
Proximal: posterior gluteal line, sacrum (dorsal surface.), c…
Gluteus medius (Gluteal Muscle)
Proximal: between anterior and posterior gluteal lines... Distal…
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Anterior and Medial Thigh: Origins, Insertions, Innervations, Blood Supplies, and Movements
Pectineus
Sartorius
Psoas Major
Iliacus
Origin: Superior ramus of pubis... Insertion: pectineal line of…
Origin: anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... Insertion: super…
Origin: T12-L5 vertebral bodies and transverse processes... Inse…
Origin: iliac fossa and crest... Insertion: lesser trochanter... In…
Pectineus
Origin: Superior ramus of pubis... Insertion: pectineal line of…
Sartorius
Origin: anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... Insertion: super…
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Back Muscles: Origins, Insertions, Blood Supplies, Innervations, and Actions
trapezius
Latissimus Dorsi
Levator Scapulae
Rhomboid Major
Origin: superior nuchal line, External occipital protuberance…
Origin: spinous processes T7-T12, thoracolumbar fascia, iliac…
Origin: C1-C4 transverse processes... Insertion: superior angle…
Origin: Spinous processes T2-T5, ... Insertion: medial border of…
trapezius
Origin: superior nuchal line, External occipital protuberance…
Latissimus Dorsi
Origin: spinous processes T7-T12, thoracolumbar fascia, iliac…
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Scapula and Pectoral Muscles: Origins, Insertions, Blood Supplies, Innervations, and Actions
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Minor
Serratus Anterior
Subclavius
Origin: clavicular head - clavicle, sternocostal head - stern…
Origin: Ribs 3-5... Insertion: coracoid process of scapula... Blood…
Origin: ribs 1-8... Insertion: anterior surface of medial border…
Origin: inferior surface of middle third of clavicle... Insertio…
Pectoralis Major
Origin: clavicular head - clavicle, sternocostal head - stern…
Pectoralis Minor
Origin: Ribs 3-5... Insertion: coracoid process of scapula... Blood…
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Arm and Axilla Muscles: Origins, Insertions, Blood Supplies, Innervations, and Actions
Biceps Brachii Short Head
Biceps Brachii Long Head
Brachialis
Coracobrachialis
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: radial tuberos…
Origin: supraglenoid tubercle of scapula... Insertion: radial tu…
Origin: humerus... Insertion: ulnar tuberosity... Blood Supply: bra…
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: humerus... Blood…
Biceps Brachii Short Head
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: radial tuberos…
Biceps Brachii Long Head
Origin: supraglenoid tubercle of scapula... Insertion: radial tu…
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Forearm and Cubital Fossa: Origins, Insertions, Blood Supplies, Innervations, and Actions
Pronator Teres... (superficial)
Flexor carpi radialis... (superficial)
Palmaris Longus... (superficial)
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris... (superficial)
Origin: coronoid process of ulna, medial epicondyle... Insertion…
Origin: medial epicondyle... Insertion: base of 2nd metacarpal... B…
Origin: medial epicondyle... Insertion: flexor retinaculum, palm…
Origin: olecranon... Insertion: pisiform, hook of hamate, 5th me…
Pronator Teres... (superficial)
Origin: coronoid process of ulna, medial epicondyle... Insertion…
Flexor carpi radialis... (superficial)
Origin: medial epicondyle... Insertion: base of 2nd metacarpal... B…
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Hand Muscles: Proximal, Distal, Innervation, Blood Supply, Action
Thenar Compartment Muscles
Central Compartment Muscles
Hypothenar Compartment Muscles
Adductor Compartment Muscles
o Abductor pollicis brevis... o Flexor pollicis brevis... o Opponen…
o Lumbricals (1-4)
o Abductor digiti minimi... o Flexor digiti minimi brevis... o Oppo…
o Adductor pollicis
Thenar Compartment Muscles
o Abductor pollicis brevis... o Flexor pollicis brevis... o Opponen…
Central Compartment Muscles
o Lumbricals (1-4)
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Ch. 1 Test
Who is the founder or father of modern…
Who is the founder or father of modern…
Define anatomy
Define Physiology
Adreas Vesalius
William Harvey
The study of the structure of morphology of the human body
Study of the function or how these body parts work
Who is the founder or father of modern…
Adreas Vesalius
Who is the founder or father of modern…
William Harvey
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Clinical significance Test 1
Laminectomy (what is it and why might…
Hangman's fracture (spondylolysis of C…
Lumbar spinal stenosis (what is it, wh…
IV disk herniation (what is it, where…
What is it: surgical excision of one or more spinal processes…
Cause: hyperextension of the head onto the neck... Result: frac…
What is it: Narrowing of the intervertebral foramen in one or…
What is it: degeneration of the annulus fibrosis, nuclues pul…
Laminectomy (what is it and why might…
What is it: surgical excision of one or more spinal processes…
Hangman's fracture (spondylolysis of C…
Cause: hyperextension of the head onto the neck... Result: frac…
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Anatomy 2 (first week/blood)
what blood types can A- donate to?
what blood types can O+ donate to?
In regards to blood type, what are the…
malnourished individuals can end up wi…
A-,A+,AB-,AB+
O- & O+
Antigens: Rh... &... Antibodies: anti-A, anti -B
kwashiorkor is caused by a protein deficiency. The main prote…
what blood types can A- donate to?
A-,A+,AB-,AB+
what blood types can O+ donate to?
O- & O+
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Biology: Human anatomy and physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Regional Anatomy
The study of the structure of the body parts and their relati…
Describes the operation or function of structures or systems
Describes structures visible to the naked eye
One part of the body (such as abdomen or leg)
Anatomy
The study of the structure of the body parts and their relati…
Physiology
Describes the operation or function of structures or systems
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