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DPT 603 Exam 1
Clinical anatomy
Normal anatomical position
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Emphasizes structure and function of the body that are import…
-Toes forward... -feet parallel... - thumbs lateral... -palms forward…
-Sternum... -Cranium... -Hyoid... -Vertebrae... -Ribs
Pelvic and pectoral girdle
Clinical anatomy
Emphasizes structure and function of the body that are import…
Normal anatomical position
-Toes forward... -feet parallel... - thumbs lateral... -palms forward…
DPT Anatomy Chapter 1
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
Metaphysis
Articular cartilage
Shaft of long bone
Enlarged end regions of spongy bone; wide part at each end
Epiphyseal plate, site of nutrient arteries; where diaphysis…
Hyaline covering epiphysis
Diaphysis
Shaft of long bone
Epiphysis
Enlarged end regions of spongy bone; wide part at each end
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Anatomy Lecture 1 DPT Franklin Pierce
Coracobrachialis
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Minor
Subclavius
O: tip of coracoid process... I: middle 1/3 of medial surface of…
O: Clavicular head - anterior surface of medial half of clavi…
O: 3 - 5 ribs near their costal cartilages... I: medial border…
O: junction of 1st rib and its costal cartilage... I: inferior…
Coracobrachialis
O: tip of coracoid process... I: middle 1/3 of medial surface of…
Pectoralis Major
O: Clavicular head - anterior surface of medial half of clavi…
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The Shoulder Region- DPT1 Anatomy
7th rib
Anterior about 30-45 degrees of the fr…
anterior slightly
anterior surface
The inferior angle of the scapula lies over which rib?
In anatomical position, how is the scapula located?
Which way is the glenoid fossa facing in anatomical position?
Which side, anterior or posterior, is the subscapularis muscl…
7th rib
The inferior angle of the scapula lies over which rib?
Anterior about 30-45 degrees of the fr…
In anatomical position, how is the scapula located?
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Anatomy exam 1- LLU DPT
What does the axial skeleton consist of?
What does the appendicular skeleton co…
Vertebral curvatures
Thoracic Vertebral patterns
1) skull... 2) sternum... 3)ribs... 4)hyoid bone... 5) vertebrae... TOTAL: 8…
1) pectoral girdle (clavicle and scapula)... 2) pelvic girdle (i…
- lordosis: cervical and lumbar... - Kyphosis: sacrum and thoracic
T1: one complete costovertebral facet, one inferior costovert…
What does the axial skeleton consist of?
1) skull... 2) sternum... 3)ribs... 4)hyoid bone... 5) vertebrae... TOTAL: 8…
What does the appendicular skeleton co…
1) pectoral girdle (clavicle and scapula)... 2) pelvic girdle (i…
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DPT 711 Anatomy Exam 1
Sagittal plane
Frontal plane
Transverse plane
supine
-divides body into left and right halves... -even- midsagittal... -…
anterior and posterior portions
superior and inferior portions
on back
Sagittal plane
-divides body into left and right halves... -even- midsagittal... -…
Frontal plane
anterior and posterior portions
BU DPT Gross Anatomy- Lab 1
Trapezius
Trapezius Origin
Trapezius Insertion
Trapezius Action
superficial layer of back musculature
Occipital Proturbance... Ligamentum Nuchae... Spinous processes of…
Upper: lateral third of clavicle... Middle: Spine of scapula... Low…
Upper: elevation of scapula... Middle: Retraction of scapula... Low…
Trapezius
superficial layer of back musculature
Trapezius Origin
Occipital Proturbance... Ligamentum Nuchae... Spinous processes of…
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DPT 769: Lecture 1 - Cardiopulm Anatomy
Where is the site of gas exchange in t…
What is the function of the Type I alv…
What is the function of the Type II al…
What is the function of the alveolar m…
Alveoli
Create a wall composed of a single layer of squamous epithelium
Secrete surfactant
Keep alveolar surfaces sterile
Where is the site of gas exchange in t…
Alveoli
What is the function of the Type I alv…
Create a wall composed of a single layer of squamous epithelium
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DPT Anatomy prac. 1 attachment muscles
Rhomboid major
Rhomboid minor
Serrated anterior
Subclavius
Medial border below base of spine of scapula
Medial border of spine of scapula
Costal surface of medial border of scapula
Inferior surface of middle third of clavicle
Rhomboid major
Medial border below base of spine of scapula
Rhomboid minor
Medial border of spine of scapula
603 Surface Anatomy of the CNS Exam 1
Directional terms: Cerebral and Dience…
Directional terms: Brainstem and cord
Neuroimaging planes
What are the five major subdivisions o…
Rostral=anterior... Cauadal=posterior... Dorsal=superior... Ventral=in…
Rostral=superior... Caudal=inferior... Dorsal=posterior... Ventral=ant…
coronal... midsagittal... horizontal
Telencephalon... Diencephalon... Mesencephalon... Metencephalon... Myelen…
Directional terms: Cerebral and Dience…
Rostral=anterior... Cauadal=posterior... Dorsal=superior... Ventral=in…
Directional terms: Brainstem and cord
Rostral=superior... Caudal=inferior... Dorsal=posterior... Ventral=ant…
DPT Gross Anatomy Muscle Manual.1
Abductor Pollicis Brevis Proximal Atta…
Abductor Pollicis Brevis Distal Attach…
Abductor Pollicis Brevis Innervation
Abductor Pollicis Brevis Action
Flexor Retinaculum ... Scaphoid - Tubercle ... Trapezium - Tubercle
Thumb - Proximal Phalanx - Base
Recurrent Branch of Median Nerve
Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint Abduction ... Thumb Opposition
Abductor Pollicis Brevis Proximal Atta…
Flexor Retinaculum ... Scaphoid - Tubercle ... Trapezium - Tubercle
Abductor Pollicis Brevis Distal Attach…
Thumb - Proximal Phalanx - Base
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DPT 500- Gross Anatomy Abdomen Exam 1
What are the components of the abdomin…
What are the boundaries of the anterol…
What are the four functions of the ant…
What are the long, flat muscles that e…
Anterolateral abdominal wall, abdominal cavity, and posterior…
Extends from costal margins to inguinal ligaments and pelvic…
1) Houses and protects major viscera ... 2) Assists in breathing…
Rectus abdominis
What are the components of the abdomin…
Anterolateral abdominal wall, abdominal cavity, and posterior…
What are the boundaries of the anterol…
Extends from costal margins to inguinal ligaments and pelvic…
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ODU DPT Summer Anatomy Lab Practical 1
Splenius proximal attachment
Splenius distal attachment
Splenius nerve supply
Splenius actions
Nuchal ligament and spinous processes of C7-T6 vertebrae
Splenius capitis: fibers run superolaterally to mastoid proce…
Posterior rami of spinal nerves
acting alone: lateral flex neck and rotate head to side of ac…
Splenius proximal attachment
Nuchal ligament and spinous processes of C7-T6 vertebrae
Splenius distal attachment
Splenius capitis: fibers run superolaterally to mastoid proce…
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DPT 769: Lecture 1 - Cardiopulm Anatomy
Where is the site of gas exchange in t…
What is the function of the Type I alv…
What is the function of the Type II al…
What is the function of the alveolar m…
Alveoli
Create a wall composed of a single layer of squamous epithelium
Secrete surfactant
Keep alveolar surfaces sterile
Where is the site of gas exchange in t…
Alveoli
What is the function of the Type I alv…
Create a wall composed of a single layer of squamous epithelium
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DPT 500- Gross Anatomy Exam 1 Pelvis
The pelvis enclosed space is divided i…
Where is the false pelvis located?
Where is the true pelvis located?
What is the region below the floor of…
False and true pelvis
Lower abdominal cavity
Pelvic cavity
Perineum
The pelvis enclosed space is divided i…
False and true pelvis
Where is the false pelvis located?
Lower abdominal cavity
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Anatomy Practical 1-USA Jessie Edit Flex DPT
anterior arch
anterior tubercle
posterior arch
posterior tubercle
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anterior arch
anterior tubercle
.
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DPT 500- Gross Anatomy Overview and Thorax Exam 1
What type of muscle is voluntary, stri…
What type of muscle is involuntary, st…
What type of muscle is involuntary, no…
The spinal cord extends between what d…
Skeletal
Cardiac
Smooth
L1/L2
What type of muscle is voluntary, stri…
Skeletal
What type of muscle is involuntary, st…
Cardiac
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DPT701 DP1 Human Anatomy and Histology Presentation Questions - Exam 2
1. All of these structures are involve…
2. Which two structures and their vary…
3. What is the primary role of the nas…
4. What epithelial tissue that is recu…
B. Lungs
A. Rima glottides and vocal chords
D. To act as a humidifier by filtering and warming incoming a…
A. Pseudo stratified ciliated columnar epithelium.
1. All of these structures are involve…
B. Lungs
2. Which two structures and their vary…
A. Rima glottides and vocal chords
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DPT701 DP1 Human Anatomy and Histology Presentation Questions - Exam 2
1. All of these structures are involve…
2. Which two structures and their vary…
3. What is the primary role of the nas…
4. What epithelial tissue that is recu…
B. Lungs
A. Rima glottides and vocal chords
D. To act as a humidifier by filtering and warming incoming a…
A. Pseudo stratified ciliated columnar epithelium.
1. All of these structures are involve…
B. Lungs
2. Which two structures and their vary…
A. Rima glottides and vocal chords
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DPT Gross Anatomy TSU Lectures 2-4
Muscles that attach superior to the sc…
muscles that attach inferior to the sc…
muscles that attach medial to the scap…
muscles that attach lateral to the sca…
Which muscles tend to cause scapular elevation?
Which muscles tend to cause scapular depression?
Which muscles tend to cause scapular retraction/ adduction?
Which muscles tend to cause scapular protraction/abduction?
Muscles that attach superior to the sc…
Which muscles tend to cause scapular elevation?
muscles that attach inferior to the sc…
Which muscles tend to cause scapular depression?
BU DPT Gross Anatomy- Lab 2
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Major O
Pectoralis Major I
Pectoralis Major A
Clavicular head- medial half of clavicle... Sternal head- sternu…
Lateral lip of bicipital (intertubercular) groove of humerus
BOTH:... Adduction of shoulder... Horizontal adduction of shoulder…
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Major O
Clavicular head- medial half of clavicle... Sternal head- sternu…
BU DPT Gross Anatomy- Lab 3
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii O
Biceps Brachii I
Biceps Brachii A
Short head: coracoid process of scapula... Long head: supragleno…
Tendon: radial tuberosity... Bicipital aponeurosis: deep fascia…
BOTH HEADS:... Supination (think "soup") of forearm... Flexion of e…
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii O
Short head: coracoid process of scapula... Long head: supragleno…
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FP DPT Anatomy: Innervations
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Minor
Subclavius
Serratus Anterior
lateral and medial pectoral nerves, clavicular head (C5-6), s…
medial pectoral nerve (C8- T1)
Subclavian Nerve (C5-6)
long thoracic nerve (C5-7)
Pectoralis Major
lateral and medial pectoral nerves, clavicular head (C5-6), s…
Pectoralis Minor
medial pectoral nerve (C8- T1)
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DPT Anatomy from Moore LE - Distal Attachments
TFL
Gluteus Maximus
Sartorius
rectus femoris
iliotibial tract, which attaches to lateral condyle of tibia
Most end in IT band, which inserts into lat condyle of tibia;…
Superior part of medial surface of tibia
Via common tendinous (quadriceps tendon) and independent atta…
TFL
iliotibial tract, which attaches to lateral condyle of tibia
Gluteus Maximus
Most end in IT band, which inserts into lat condyle of tibia;…
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DPT Anatomy from Moore LE - Peripheral Innervation
TFL
Gluteus Maximus
Sartorius
rectus femoris
Superior gluteal (PA is ASIS and anterior iliac crest)
Inferior gluteal
Femoral (PA is ASIS)
Femoral (PA is AIIS)
TFL
Superior gluteal (PA is ASIS and anterior iliac crest)
Gluteus Maximus
Inferior gluteal
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DPT Anatomy from Moore LE - Proximal Attachments
TFL
Gluteus Maximus
Sartorius
rectus femoris
ASIS/Ant. part of iliac crest
Ilium posterior to posterior gluteal line; dorsal surface of…
Anterior superior iliac spine and superior part of notch infe…
Anterior inferior iliac spine and ilium superior to acetabulum.
TFL
ASIS/Ant. part of iliac crest
Gluteus Maximus
Ilium posterior to posterior gluteal line; dorsal surface of…
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DPT TSU Gross Anatomy Foot and Ankle
What stablizes the Distal Tibia and Fi…
Trasals of the Ankle
Plantar aponeuosis
Long Plantar Ligament
Anterior tibiofibular ligament; Posterior tibiofibular ligame…
Talus, Calcaneus, Navicular, Cuboid, Cuneiform
from calcaneal tuberosity and across bottom the of foot; cros…
calcaneus to cuboid and base of the metatarsals
What stablizes the Distal Tibia and Fi…
Anterior tibiofibular ligament; Posterior tibiofibular ligame…
Trasals of the Ankle
Talus, Calcaneus, Navicular, Cuboid, Cuneiform
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FP DPT Anatomy: Muscle Actions
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Minor
Subclavius
Serratus Anterior
adducts, IR, draws scapula anteriorly and ineferiorly... clavicu…
stabilizes scapula by drawing it inferiorly and anteriorly ag…
anchors and depresses clavicle
protracts scapula and holds it against thoracic wall, upward…
Pectoralis Major
adducts, IR, draws scapula anteriorly and ineferiorly... clavicu…
Pectoralis Minor
stabilizes scapula by drawing it inferiorly and anteriorly ag…
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DPT Anatomy from Moore LE - Segmental Innervation
Gluteus maximus
Quadriceps femoris
Adductor longus
Iliacus
L5, S1, S2
L2 L3 L4
L2 L3 L4
L2 L3
Gluteus maximus
L5, S1, S2
Quadriceps femoris
L2 L3 L4
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DPT Gross Anatomy General Questions (Hand and Wrist)
Triangular fibrocartilaginous complex…
What type of cartilage is at the end o…
Which carpal bone is the largest bone…
Do you supinate and pronate at a wrist…
combo type tissue/ primarily type 1 ligamentous and has type…
articular cartilage
Hamate
No, at radioulnar joints
Triangular fibrocartilaginous complex…
combo type tissue/ primarily type 1 ligamentous and has type…
What type of cartilage is at the end o…
articular cartilage
603 Final Exam Prep
vital capacity
expiratory reserve volume (ERV)
inspiratory capacity (IC)
IRV
volume deeply inhaled & exhaled... VC = IC + ERV
extra volume breathed out past normal TV
amount breathed in normally plus any extra breathed in... IC=TV…
extra volume breathed in past normal TV
vital capacity
volume deeply inhaled & exhaled... VC = IC + ERV
expiratory reserve volume (ERV)
extra volume breathed out past normal TV
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DPT Anatomy from Moore LE - Actions
TFL
Gluteus Maximus
Sartorius
Quadriceps femoris
Abduct & medially rotate thigh; keep pelvis level when ipsila…
Extends thigh (hip) and assists in lateral rotation; steadies…
Flexes, abducts, and laterally rotates thigh at the hip; flex…
Extend leg at knee joint; steadies hip joint and helps iliops…
TFL
Abduct & medially rotate thigh; keep pelvis level when ipsila…
Gluteus Maximus
Extends thigh (hip) and assists in lateral rotation; steadies…
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Anatomy DPT
Pectoralis Major ... 2 heads: clavicular…
Pectoralis Minor ... a thin , flat muscl…
Subclavius ... small muscle extending fr…
Serratus Anterior
O: Medial 1/2 of the clavical, sternum, cartilage of ribs 1-6…
O: 3, 4, 5th ribs ... I: coracoid process of the scapula ... A: dep…
O: rib 1 and cartilage ... I: inferior surface of the middle 1/3…
O: Ribs 1-8... I: Anterior surface of the medial border of the s…
Pectoralis Major ... 2 heads: clavicular…
O: Medial 1/2 of the clavical, sternum, cartilage of ribs 1-6…
Pectoralis Minor ... a thin , flat muscl…
O: 3, 4, 5th ribs ... I: coracoid process of the scapula ... A: dep…
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Anatomy: introduction
regional anatomy
systemic anatomy
integumentary system
integument
approach to studying: based on the organization of the body i…
approach to studying: organized by organ systems
system: consists of the skin and its appendages
another name for skin
regional anatomy
approach to studying: based on the organization of the body i…
systemic anatomy
approach to studying: organized by organ systems
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PT Gross Anatomy Lecture 1: Introduction
Anatomical Position/ Reference Position
Sagittal Plane
Coronal (Frontal) Plane
Transverse Plane
plane parallel to the sagittal suture. It divides the body in…
divides the body into dorsal and ventral (back and front, or…
divides the body into superior and inferior protions
Anatomical Position/ Reference Position
Sagittal Plane
plane parallel to the sagittal suture. It divides the body in…
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FP DPT Anatomy: Origin's, Insertions and spaces
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Minor
Subclavius
Serratus Anterior
O: Clavicular head - anterior medial half of clavicle Sternoc…
O: 3 - 5 ribs near their costal cartilages... I: Medial border a…
O: junction of 1st rib and it's costal cartilage... I: inferior…
O: external surfaces of lateral parts of ribs 1-8... I: anterior…
Pectoralis Major
O: Clavicular head - anterior medial half of clavicle Sternoc…
Pectoralis Minor
O: 3 - 5 ribs near their costal cartilages... I: Medial border a…
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Anatomy: Shoulder Region
glenoid fossa
supraglenoid tubercle
infraglenoid tubercle
suprascapular notch
glenoid fossa
supraglenoid tubercle
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Anatomy test 1
What are superficial/ntermediate back…
Superficail back muscles extend from b…
What do intermediate muscles play a ro…
Deep back muscles act to __________ an…
ventral sources, ventral rami
pectoral or pelvic girdles
respiration or proprioceptive
maintain posture, move vertebral column
What are superficial/ntermediate back…
ventral sources, ventral rami
Superficail back muscles extend from b…
pectoral or pelvic girdles
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Anatomy: Pectoral Region
manubrium of sternum
body of sternum
xiphoid process of sternum
sternal angle of Louis
sternum: attachment site of second rib; landmark to identify…
manubrium of sternum
body of sternum
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Knee Anatomy
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Biceps Femoris
Femur
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
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Anatomy Practical 1
anterior arch
anterior tubercle
posterior arch
posterior tubercle
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.
.
anterior arch
anterior tubercle
.
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Anatomy Lab - Practical 1, Vertebrae
Cervical spine
Thoracic spine
Lumbar spine
Sacrum
Identify #1
Identify #2
Identify #3
Identify #4
Cervical spine
Identify #1
Thoracic spine
Identify #2
603 applied phys final exam
Rate limiting enzyme for glycolysis
1 molecule of glucose produces
Pyruvate gets converted into
Sliding filament theory steps
PFK
2 atp, 2 pyruvate and 2 nadh
acetyl coA
1. ATP binds to myosin head - detachment ... 2. ATPase hydrolyze…
Rate limiting enzyme for glycolysis
PFK
1 molecule of glucose produces
2 atp, 2 pyruvate and 2 nadh
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Superficial and Intermediate Back Anatomy Origin/Insertion/Action- TSU DPT
Trapezius Origin and Insertion
Trapezius Innervation
Trapezius Action
Latissimus Dorsi Origin and Insertion
O: Nuchal line and ligament; external occipital protuberance;…
Spinal accessory nerve (CN XI) (motor fibers); C3/C4 spinal n…
-upper trapezius: into clavicle, acromion scapula elevation,…
O: Spinous processes of T7-T12; thoracolumbar fascia; iliac c…
Trapezius Origin and Insertion
O: Nuchal line and ligament; external occipital protuberance;…
Trapezius Innervation
Spinal accessory nerve (CN XI) (motor fibers); C3/C4 spinal n…
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603- Exercise Testing (11.17)
Purpose of Testing
Max Vs Submax Testing
Submax Testing
Assumptions(of(Submaximal(Testing
- educate about fitness status relative to health-related sta…
- Reason for Test (diagnostic or estimate VO2 max) ... - Type of…
- Determine HR response to submax work rate and predict VO2... -…
- A steady state heart rate is obtained for each exercise wor…
Purpose of Testing
- educate about fitness status relative to health-related sta…
Max Vs Submax Testing
- Reason for Test (diagnostic or estimate VO2 max) ... - Type of…
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DPT 741: Vestibular Anatomy & Physiology
What structures are involved with the…
What structures are involved with the…
What vestibular structures are involve…
What structures make up the peripheral…
- Vestibular labyrinth... - Vestibular nerve
- Vestibular nuclei... - Vestibulo-cerebellum
- Thalamus... - Vestibular cortex
- Semicircular canals... - Otolith organs
What structures are involved with the…
- Vestibular labyrinth... - Vestibular nerve
What structures are involved with the…
- Vestibular nuclei... - Vestibulo-cerebellum
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Gross Anatomy - Lower Extremity Muscles
Gluteus maximus
Gluteus medius
Gluteus minimus
Tensor fascia lata
origin - posterior ilium posterior to posterior gluteal lin…
origin - Ilium between anterior and posterior gluteal lines…
origin - ilium between anterior and inferior gluteal lines…
origin - ASIS (anterior superior iliac spine) and anterior…
Gluteus maximus
origin - posterior ilium posterior to posterior gluteal lin…
Gluteus medius
origin - Ilium between anterior and posterior gluteal lines…
Gross Anatomy I Lab - Vertebrae (Typical)
Vertebral Foramen (central)
Intervertebral Foramen (lateral)
Body of Vertebra
Pedicle
in between vertebrae
cervical example
lumbar example
Vertebral Foramen (central)
Intervertebral Foramen (lateral)
in between vertebrae
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PT Gross Anatomy Lecture 3: Pectoral Region, Axilla, and Review
The nerve innervates from under the mu…
Lateral Raphe
Axilla
Cervico-axillary Canal
How does a nerve innervate a muscle?
This is where the thoracolumbar fascia merge on the sides of…
Another name for the armpit/ This structure contains the brac…
passage way from the neck to arm
The nerve innervates from under the mu…
How does a nerve innervate a muscle?
Lateral Raphe
This is where the thoracolumbar fascia merge on the sides of…
Gross Anatomy I Lab - Cervical (C3-C7) Specific Landmarks
Transverse Foramen
Anterior Tubercle of Transverse Process
Posterior Tubercle of Transverse Process
Bifid Spinous Process
superior and lateral views
superior view
superior view
superior and lateral views
Transverse Foramen
superior and lateral views
Anterior Tubercle of Transverse Process
superior view
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