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240 terms
Anatomy
cells
nucleus
protoplasm
anabolism
Basic unit of life
Control center of the cell activities
Cells are made up of a colorless, jellylike substance called…
the process of building up larger molecules from small ones
cells
Basic unit of life
nucleus
Control center of the cell activities
anatomy
intercostals-external and internal
rectus abdominis
external oblique abdominis
rhomboid minor/major
intercostals-external and internal
rectus abdominis
6 terms
Anatomy
Simple squamous epithelium
Simple cuboidal epithelium
Simple columnar epithelium
Pseudostratified columnar epithelium
kidneys
Tubules, Small Glands, Ovary Surface
Digestive Tract, Ducts of some glands, Gallbladder
Trachea
Simple squamous epithelium
kidneys
Simple cuboidal epithelium
Tubules, Small Glands, Ovary Surface
119 terms
Anatomy
Lacunae
Lamellae
Canaliculi
Ossification
pocket
matrix
canal
turning cartilage to bone
Lacunae
pocket
Lamellae
matrix
anatomy
stratum basale
stratum spinosum
stratum granulosum
stratum corneum
1
2
3
5
stratum basale
1
stratum spinosum
2
42 terms
Anatomy
Abdominal
Acromial
Antebrachial
Antecubital
anterior body trunk... inferior to the ribs
point of shoulder
forearm
anterior surface of elbow
Abdominal
anterior body trunk... inferior to the ribs
Acromial
point of shoulder
68 terms
Anatomy
anatomy
Physiology
GROSS anatomy
Regional
study of structures of body parts in relation to functions an…
study of functions
regional, systemic, surface
all structures in one body area (such as abdomen or leg)
anatomy
study of structures of body parts in relation to functions an…
Physiology
study of functions
102 terms
Anatomy
five classes of vertebrates and examples
external anatomy of fish
scales on fish are for and what position
Amphibians means
fish-shark... amphibians-frog... reptiles-snake... mammals-elephant... bi…
scales and lateral line system
reduce friction and for insulation; face posterior
duo life
five classes of vertebrates and examples
fish-shark... amphibians-frog... reptiles-snake... mammals-elephant... bi…
external anatomy of fish
scales and lateral line system
Anatomy
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathology
Homeostasis
structure of the body parts and their relationship to one ano…
the study of the functions of the organs and how body parts w…
the science of diseases and disharmony
a state of equilibrium; systems work together to maintain hem…
Anatomy
structure of the body parts and their relationship to one ano…
Physiology
the study of the functions of the organs and how body parts w…
30 terms
Anatomy
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Appear above other structures
Are always below other body parts
Frontside; facing forward
Backside; facing backside of the body
Superior
Appear above other structures
Inferior
Are always below other body parts
Anatomy
Anatomical Position
Functional Anatomy
Sagittal Plane
Coronal Plane
Person in standing posture, head, eyes and toes facing forwar…
Way of approaching anatomy, ex. Yoga
Anatomical plane- vertical planes passing longitudinally thro…
Anatomical Plane- vertical planes passing through the body at…
Anatomical Position
Person in standing posture, head, eyes and toes facing forwar…
Functional Anatomy
Way of approaching anatomy, ex. Yoga
66 terms
Anatomy
Cephalic
Cervical
Thoracic
Abdominal
region: head
region: neck region
region: chest
region: abdomen
Cephalic
region: head
Cervical
region: neck region
56 terms
Anatomy
Trapezius
Latissimus Dorsi
Levator Scapulae
Rhomboid Major
O: ... 1. medial 1/3rd of the superior nuchal line of the occipi…
O:... 1. T6-12 spinous processes... 2. inferior thoracolumbar fasci…
O:... 1. C1-4 transverse processes... I:... medial border of the scap…
O:... T2 - 5 spinous processes and supraspinous ligaments... I:... me…
Trapezius
O: ... 1. medial 1/3rd of the superior nuchal line of the occipi…
Latissimus Dorsi
O:... 1. T6-12 spinous processes... 2. inferior thoracolumbar fasci…
11 terms
anatomy
cranial cavity
distal
epithelial, connective, muscle, and ne…
Skeletal, Smooth and Cardiac
The hand is superior, posterior or distal to the forearm?
Name the four types of tissues?
3 types of Muscle Tissue?
cranial cavity
distal
The hand is superior, posterior or distal to the forearm?
Anatomy
Medial
Lateral
Intermediate
Proximal
toward or at the midline of the body on the inner side of.
Away from the midline of the body; on the outer side of.
Between a more medial and a more lateral structure.
Closer to the origin of the body part or the point of attachm…
Medial
toward or at the midline of the body on the inner side of.
Lateral
Away from the midline of the body; on the outer side of.
130 terms
Anatomy
what are the different planes?
what are the different directions?
Superior
Inferior
-sagittal... -midsagittal... -frontal... -horizontal
-lateral... -medial... -anterior... -posterior... -superior... -inferior... -pr…
A structure located above another... Ex: The nose is superior to…
A structure that is below or under some other structure.... Ex:…
what are the different planes?
-sagittal... -midsagittal... -frontal... -horizontal
what are the different directions?
-lateral... -medial... -anterior... -posterior... -superior... -inferior... -pr…
Anatomy
Scapula
Spine of Scapula
acromion process
Coracoid Process
broad, flat, triangular bone that forms the shoulder blade.
Ridge of bone on the posterior aspect of the scapula
Forms the bony tip of the shoulder
Smaller, more anterior projection that is a site for muscle a…
Scapula
broad, flat, triangular bone that forms the shoulder blade.
Spine of Scapula
Ridge of bone on the posterior aspect of the scapula
90 terms
Anatomy ********
joints
synarthoses joints
Fibrous
syntoses (fibrous)
allow bones to move relative to each other; weakest part of t…
joined together by dense fibrous tissue; no joint cavity; red…
1. Syntoses... 2. Syndesmoses... 3. Gomphases
joint between 2 bones with no other characters between them.…
joints
allow bones to move relative to each other; weakest part of t…
synarthoses joints
joined together by dense fibrous tissue; no joint cavity; red…
487 terms
Anatomy
Depressor Anguli Oris
Depressor Labii Inferioris
Levator Labii Super-ioris
Nasalis
Action: Draws angle of mouth laterally and downward... Innervati…
Action: Draws lower lip downward... Innvervation: Facial Nerve
Origin: Zygomatic bone and maxilla... Insertion: Muscles of the…
Action: Widens nostrils... Innervation: Facial nerve
Depressor Anguli Oris
Action: Draws angle of mouth laterally and downward... Innervati…
Depressor Labii Inferioris
Action: Draws lower lip downward... Innvervation: Facial Nerve
Anatomy
Orbicularis Oculi
Occipitofrontalis
Temporalis
Levator Labii Superioris
Action: Closes eye/ Insertion: Bridge of nose/ Origin: Fronta…
Action: wrinkles forehead, raises eyebrows.... Connected to: Galea
Action: Closes jaw and side to side movement... Origin: Temporal…
Action: Elevates upper lip
Orbicularis Oculi
Action: Closes eye/ Insertion: Bridge of nose/ Origin: Fronta…
Occipitofrontalis
Action: wrinkles forehead, raises eyebrows.... Connected to: Galea
Anatomy
superior
inferior
anterior (ventral)
posterior (dorsal)
above, closer to head
below, closer to feet
infront of
toward the back, behind
superior
above, closer to head
inferior
below, closer to feet
76 terms
Anatomy
sartorius
gracilis
rectus femoris
vastus medialis
Origin: Anterior superior iliac spin... Flexes, abducts, and la…
Adducts thigh at the hip and flexes leg at the knee; assists…
Origin: anterior inferior iliac spin... Extends the leg at the…
Extends leg at the knee; part of the quadriceps group... O: lin…
sartorius
Origin: Anterior superior iliac spin... Flexes, abducts, and la…
gracilis
Adducts thigh at the hip and flexes leg at the knee; assists…
40 terms
Anatomy
median
coronal, frontal
transverse, cross
lateral, sageral
middle line going straight down your body , vertical
line going through the body on the side dividing your body be…
line cutting through the body horizontally
in direction to the median, this is the farthest away
median
middle line going straight down your body , vertical
coronal, frontal
line going through the body on the side dividing your body be…
anatomy
What is anatomy?
Physiology
What are the Characteristics of life?…
Smallest to largest the levels of orga…
Cut apart
Study of function/movement
1. movement 2, responsiveness 3, growth 4. reproduction 5. re…
atom, molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ…
What is anatomy?
Cut apart
Physiology
Study of function/movement
73 terms
Anatomy
- most frequently injured bone of body…
fracture at surgical neck of humerus i…
fracture at midshaft (spiral groove) o…
fracture at medial epicondyle of humer…
Clavicle
Axillary nerve... Deltoid -> loss of abduction of arm
Radial nerve... - wrist drop... - decreased extension @ elbow
Ulnar nerve... - Ulnar claw hand
- most frequently injured bone of body…
Clavicle
fracture at surgical neck of humerus i…
Axillary nerve... Deltoid -> loss of abduction of arm
101 terms
anatomy
keratinocytes
melanocytes
dendritic cell
Tactile cell (merkel cell)
produce keratin (gives skin strength and flexibility, protect…
protein, produce melanin, protect nucleus from UV,
ingest foreign materials and interact with immune system so i…
interaction between skin and nervous system, it is a cup stru…
keratinocytes
produce keratin (gives skin strength and flexibility, protect…
melanocytes
protein, produce melanin, protect nucleus from UV,
340 terms
anatomy...
superior lobe
middle lobe(right lung only)
inferior lobe
transverse fissure(right only)
is on both lungs
is on both lungs
aka horizontal fissure
superior lobe
is on both lungs
middle lobe(right lung only)
Anatomy
Alimentary canal
Amylase
Bile
Chyme
Tubular portion of the digestive tract that leads from the mo…
An enzyme that hydrolyzes starch
Fluid secreted by liver and stored in gall bladder
Semi fluid mass of partially digested food that passes from t…
Alimentary canal
Tubular portion of the digestive tract that leads from the mo…
Amylase
An enzyme that hydrolyzes starch
338 terms
anatomy
anatomy
branches of anatomy
6 levels of organization
chemical level
the study of the structure of the body
embryology, developmental biology, cell biology, histology, g…
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, system, organismal
very basic includes atoms and molecules
anatomy
the study of the structure of the body
branches of anatomy
embryology, developmental biology, cell biology, histology, g…
200 terms
anatomy
we sit on
we put hands on hips?
how many pairs of ribs?
how many vertebrae fuse to form sacrum?
ischium
illium
12
5
we sit on
ischium
we put hands on hips?
illium
17 terms
Anatomy
Orbital Prefrontal Cortex
Medial Prefrontal Cortex
Mediodorsal Nucleus of Thalamus
Ventral Basal Ganglia
Orbital Prefrontal Cortex
Medial Prefrontal Cortex
148 terms
anatomy
trophoblast
pellucidum
blastocist
fallopian
what embryonic strike does the placenta develop from?
transparent
What is an ectopic pregnancy? Briefly describe the pathophysi…
Salping/o
trophoblast
what embryonic strike does the placenta develop from?
pellucidum
transparent
98 terms
Anatomy
over time higher CO2 lvls cause the me…
front plane of body
back plane of body
Line dissecting body vertically
Hypoxic Drive
Anterior/Coronal
Posterior/Dorsal
Midline/Saginal
over time higher CO2 lvls cause the me…
Hypoxic Drive
front plane of body
Anterior/Coronal
16 terms
Anatomy
superior
inferior
anterior
posterior
toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
toward or at the front of the body; in front of
toward or at the backside of the body; behind
superior
toward the head end or upper part of a structure or the body;…
inferior
away from the head end or toward the lower part of a structur…
63 terms
Anatomy
The head of the femur articulates with…
The 7 tarsal bones
The talus articulates inferiorly with…
The cuboid bone is situated laterally…
acetabulum,
talus, calcaneus, cuboid, navicular, and three cuneiform bones.
...
...
The head of the femur articulates with…
acetabulum,
The 7 tarsal bones
talus, calcaneus, cuboid, navicular, and three cuneiform bones.
63 terms
Anatomy
anterior longitudinal ligament
annulus fibrosus
anterior sacroiliac ligament
anterior superior iliac spine
Consists of strong, dense fibers, located inside the bodies o…
Band of fibrous fibrocartilage of which each intervertebral d…
fibrocartilage at the front of the sacrum, which joins it to…
area where the iliac crest terminates anteriorly
anterior longitudinal ligament
Consists of strong, dense fibers, located inside the bodies o…
annulus fibrosus
Band of fibrous fibrocartilage of which each intervertebral d…
Anatomy
Cranial
Vertebral
Thoracic
Abdominopelvic
Brain, orbital, oral, nasal, otic
Holds spine
Below trachea to diaphragm
Stomach cavity and reproductive parts
Cranial
Brain, orbital, oral, nasal, otic
Vertebral
Holds spine
920 terms
Anatomy
maxilla
mandible
vermillion border
commisure
upper jaw bone in most vertebrates
lower jaw bone in most vertebrates
the normal sharp demarcation between the lip and the adjacent…
junction of upper and lower lips
maxilla
upper jaw bone in most vertebrates
mandible
lower jaw bone in most vertebrates
16 terms
anatomy
ball & socket joint
hinge joint
saddle joint
gliding/plane
synovial joint capable of motion around an indefinite number…
joint in which the surfaces are molded to each other in such…
permits movements in all directions except axial rotation
synovial joint which, under physiological conditions, allows…
ball & socket joint
synovial joint capable of motion around an indefinite number…
hinge joint
joint in which the surfaces are molded to each other in such…
anatomy
frontal bone
supraorbital foramen (notch)
Parietal bone
occipital bone
frontal bone
supraorbital foramen (notch)
Anatomy
Digestion
Absorption
Gastroenterology
Gastro
Break down of food into molecules small enough for cells to use
Passage of these molecules through cells into the blood
Deals with the structure, function, Diagnosis, and treatment…
Stomach
Digestion
Break down of food into molecules small enough for cells to use
Absorption
Passage of these molecules through cells into the blood
Anatomy
superior
inferior
medial
lateral
upwards
downwards
towards the middle
towards the sides
superior
upwards
inferior
downwards
109 terms
Anatomy:
where is the heart located
Cardio pulmonary resuscitation CPR
size and shape of the heart
pericardium (pericardial sac)
-behind the sternum, in front of the thoracic vertebrae... -medi…
-rhythmic compressions to area of the heart
-size of your fist, takes on shape of chest cavity... -apex- poi…
surrounds and protects the heart... has 2 layers... -fibrous perica…
where is the heart located
-behind the sternum, in front of the thoracic vertebrae... -medi…
Cardio pulmonary resuscitation CPR
-rhythmic compressions to area of the heart
Anatomy
What is the auditory system?
External Ear... It's 3 component's & fun…
Middle Ear... It's 4 components & function
Inner Ear... It's 4 components & function
Responsible for hearing, balancing, equilibrium, and communic…
1) Auricle - entrance for sound... 2) Auditory canal - links ex…
1) Malleus (hammer) - Transmits sound waves... 2) Incus (anvil)…
1) Labyrinth - Transmits audible sounds via nerve impulses... 2…
What is the auditory system?
Responsible for hearing, balancing, equilibrium, and communic…
External Ear... It's 3 component's & fun…
1) Auricle - entrance for sound... 2) Auditory canal - links ex…
Anatomy
Erector spinae
Scapula
Metacarpals
Pubic Bone
Prime mover, back. Extends back and supports spine
Shoulder Blade. Scapula
Hand bones. Metacarpals.
Pubis
Erector spinae
Prime mover, back. Extends back and supports spine
Scapula
Shoulder Blade. Scapula
123 terms
Anatomy
muscles in the anterior leg compartment
tibialis anterior
extensor digitorum longus
extensor hallicus longus
tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum longus, extensor halluc…
action: dorsiflex ankle joint, invert foot.
dorsi-flex ankle joint; extend 2nd-5th toes.
dorsiflex ankle and extend hallux
muscles in the anterior leg compartment
tibialis anterior, extensor digitorum longus, extensor halluc…
tibialis anterior
action: dorsiflex ankle joint, invert foot.
70 terms
anatomy
bartholin's duct
sublingual caruncle
parotid and von ebners
filiform papilla
sublingual duct located on sublingual caruncle.several small…
end of each sublingual fold. contains duct openings for subma…
which glands produce only pure serous
threadlike cover entire dorsum rough
bartholin's duct
sublingual duct located on sublingual caruncle.several small…
sublingual caruncle
end of each sublingual fold. contains duct openings for subma…
97 terms
anatomy
mandibular lymph node
median caudal tail, lateral auricular…
nasal conchae, nasal bone
avoid when giving injections, also mak…
which is more cranial, mandibular salivary gland or lymph nod…
What are veins use for venipuncture in the pigs
Atrophic rhinitis caused by pasteurell mulocida toxin affects…
what is the clinical significance
mandibular lymph node
which is more cranial, mandibular salivary gland or lymph nod…
median caudal tail, lateral auricular…
What are veins use for venipuncture in the pigs
12 terms
Anatomy
Epicanius
Frontalis
Occipitalis
Temporalis
Muscle on frontal bone eyebrows
Raises eyebrows and wrinkles forehead
The muscle located in the nape of the neck that draws the sca…
Elevates and retracts mandible
Epicanius
Muscle on frontal bone eyebrows
Frontalis
Raises eyebrows and wrinkles forehead
13 terms
anatomy
4 types of tissues
simple squamous
stratified squamous
simple cuboidal
muscular, nervous, connective, epithelial
4 types of tissues
muscular, nervous, connective, epithelial
simple squamous
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