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PCOM Anatomy 2 Final Review
Definition of a tissue vs an organ
4 types of tissue
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
tissue: cells with the similar structure and function... organ:…
epithelial; connective tissue; muscle; nervous
...
Dense/Fibrous,
Definition of a tissue vs an organ
tissue: cells with the similar structure and function... organ:…
4 types of tissue
epithelial; connective tissue; muscle; nervous
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Anatomy for comps PCOM
Ribs 1-7
False Ribs 8-10
Floating Ribs
Cephalic Vein
True ribs attach to the sternum
False ribs
11-12
...
Ribs 1-7
True ribs attach to the sternum
False Ribs 8-10
False ribs
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Anatomy Lab 2 - Clinical Issues PCOM
Carpal Tunnel
Ankle Sprain
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Tears
UE nerve entrapment... Median nerve affected... burning/tingling se…
85% of lateral sprains... inversion/internal rotation... swelling... F…
entrapped brachioplexus... poor posture
full or partial tear of the tendon... impingement occurs @ head…
Carpal Tunnel
UE nerve entrapment... Median nerve affected... burning/tingling se…
Ankle Sprain
85% of lateral sprains... inversion/internal rotation... swelling... F…
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PCOM Anatomy 2 Week 1-4
Which types of tissue lines the inner…
Describe the difference between an end…
What type of tissue would be responsib…
What type of tissue is blood?
Epithelial Tissue
Endocrine glands secrete to the blood stream. ... Exocrine gland…
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
Which types of tissue lines the inner…
Epithelial Tissue
Describe the difference between an end…
Endocrine glands secrete to the blood stream. ... Exocrine gland…
PCOM: Anatomy 2 - week 4, The Digestive System
two main groups of the organs of the d…
another term for the alimentary canal
the alimentary canal
organs of the alimentary canal
alimentary canal and accessory organs
gastro intestinal tract (GI tract)
the continuous muscular digestive tube that winds through the…
mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large in…
two main groups of the organs of the d…
alimentary canal and accessory organs
another term for the alimentary canal
gastro intestinal tract (GI tract)
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PCOM Anatomy 3 Final
Describe the Autonomic Nervous System…
How do the effectors of the ANS and th…
Ganglia
Neuron cell bodies?
Controls smooth and cardiac muscles and glands; the involunta…
ANS is involuntary and conducts impulses from the CNS to the…
clusters of cell bodies in PNS; 4 ganglia for CNS and 2 gangl…
most are in the CNS
Describe the Autonomic Nervous System…
Controls smooth and cardiac muscles and glands; the involunta…
How do the effectors of the ANS and th…
ANS is involuntary and conducts impulses from the CNS to the…
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anatomy final 2
gamete
Each sperm cell and each oocyte contai…
meiosis
scrotum
- sex cells... - sperm in males... - oocytes (eggs) in females
23
results in 4 haploid cells; involves "crossing over" of homol…
- contains testes... - contains dartos muscle that moves scrotum…
gamete
- sex cells... - sperm in males... - oocytes (eggs) in females
Each sperm cell and each oocyte contai…
23
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Anatomy Final 2
Central nervous system
Peripheral nervous system
somatic system
autonomic system
The central nervous system (CNS) includes the nerves in the b…
The part of the nervous system that consists of the nerves an…
motor fibers to the skeletal muscles
motor fibers to the smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands…
Central nervous system
The central nervous system (CNS) includes the nerves in the b…
Peripheral nervous system
The part of the nervous system that consists of the nerves an…
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Anatomy & Physiology Final 2
Nervous System
Dendrites
Reflex Arc
Dura mater
The control system of the body; divided into the CNS and PNS;…
The parts of a neuron that receive electro-chemical impulses;…
The pathway that results in a reflex after receiving and reac…
The outermost spinal or cranial matrix (layer of meninges); "…
Nervous System
The control system of the body; divided into the CNS and PNS;…
Dendrites
The parts of a neuron that receive electro-chemical impulses;…
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PCOM Anatomy Midterm
Deltoid Origin
Deltoid Insertion
Deltoid Action
Trapezius Insertion
Lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromion & spine of scapula
Deltoid Tuberosity
All fibers ABduct the shoulder
Lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromion & spine of scapula
Deltoid Origin
Lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromion & spine of scapula
Deltoid Insertion
Deltoid Tuberosity
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Applied Anatomy - FINAL 2
Pulmonary Circuit vs Systemic Circuit
Arteries
Veins
Blood Vessels
1. Pulmonary - carry blood to and from the lungs, right side…
-carry blood away from the heart... -systemic circulation (oxyge…
-carry blood toward the heart... -systemic circulation (deoxygen…
...
Pulmonary Circuit vs Systemic Circuit
1. Pulmonary - carry blood to and from the lungs, right side…
Arteries
-carry blood away from the heart... -systemic circulation (oxyge…
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human anatomy final 2
valence electrons
atomic number
neutron
protons
determine how an atom combines with others - found in highest…
On the periodic table of elements, this is determined by the…
subatomic particle in the nucleus with neutral (0) charge
subatomic particle in the nucleus with a positive charge
valence electrons
determine how an atom combines with others - found in highest…
atomic number
On the periodic table of elements, this is determined by the…
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"Anatomy Final 2"
Dendrites
Multipolar neuron
Interneuron
Receptor, sensory neuron, interneuron,…
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
Which type of neuron lies entirely within the CNS?... A. Afferen…
Which sequence best represents the course of an impulse over…
Dendrites
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
Multipolar neuron
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
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"Anatomy Final 2"
Dendrites
Multipolar neuron
Interneuron
Receptor, sensory neuron, interneuron,…
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
Which type of neuron lies entirely within the CNS?... A. Afferen…
Which sequence best represents the course of an impulse over…
Dendrites
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
Multipolar neuron
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
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"Anatomy Final 2"
Dendrites
Multipolar neuron
Interneuron
Receptor, sensory neuron, interneuron,…
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
Which type of neuron lies entirely within the CNS?... A. Afferen…
Which sequence best represents the course of an impulse over…
Dendrites
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
Multipolar neuron
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
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neuro anatomy final 2
association fibers connect?... includes t…
commissural fibers connect?... fasciculi…
projection fibers interconnect ...... bun…
above internal capsule
same hemisphere... superior longitudinal fasciculus (language ce…
two hemispheres... corpus callosum, anterior commisure
cortex and subcortical areas... internal capsule (contains ascen…
corona radiata
association fibers connect?... includes t…
same hemisphere... superior longitudinal fasciculus (language ce…
commissural fibers connect?... fasciculi…
two hemispheres... corpus callosum, anterior commisure
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PCOM Anatomy 1 Final
How many cervical vertebrae?
How many thoracis vertebrae?
How many lumbar vertebrae?
How many Sacrum fused vertebrae?
7
12
5
5
How many cervical vertebrae?
7
How many thoracis vertebrae?
12
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PCOM #2
• Identify examples of each of the 5 c…
• Describe the three main parts of a s…
• Identify outline approaches to organ…
• Identify examples of the problem sol…
...
o Intro... o Body... o Conclusion
...
...
• Identify examples of each of the 5 c…
...
• Describe the three main parts of a s…
o Intro... o Body... o Conclusion
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Anatomy for comps PCOM
Ribs 1-7
False Ribs 8-10
Floating Ribs
Cephalic Vein
True ribs attach to the sternum
False ribs
11-12
...
Ribs 1-7
True ribs attach to the sternum
False Ribs 8-10
False ribs
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PCOM Anatomy 3 Week 1
3 main functions of the nervous system
2 main divisions of the nervous system
CNS
PNS
1) sensory input... 2) integration... 3) motor output
central nervous system = CNS... peripheral nervous system = PNS
brain and spinal cord... integration and control center
spinal and cranial nerves... communication between CNS and body
3 main functions of the nervous system
1) sensory input... 2) integration... 3) motor output
2 main divisions of the nervous system
central nervous system = CNS... peripheral nervous system = PNS
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Anatomy final 2
Skin
Sweet sour bitter salty
Loudness
Pitch
What is the largest sense organ
What are the four sensations of taste
Amplitude determines the what of sound
Frequency determines the what of sound
Skin
What is the largest sense organ
Sweet sour bitter salty
What are the four sensations of taste
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PCOM Anatomy 3 Week 3
regions of the brain
ventricles
lateral ventricles
third ventricle
ventricles... cerebral hemispheres... diencephalon... brain stem... cereb…
hollow chambers that are filled with CSF and are lined with e…
paired... deep within each cerebral hemisphere... connect with thir…
within the diencephalon... connects with the fourth ventricle vi…
regions of the brain
ventricles... cerebral hemispheres... diencephalon... brain stem... cereb…
ventricles
hollow chambers that are filled with CSF and are lined with e…
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Anatomy FINAL 2
Monosaccharaides
Amino Acids
Lipids
Nucleic Acids
Carbohydrates = Sugars
Proteins
- Fatty Acids... - Lipids: phospholipid (make up cell membrane);…
- DNA & RNA... - Genetic info... - Involved in protein synthesis (R…
Monosaccharaides
Carbohydrates = Sugars
Amino Acids
Proteins
Anatomy Final 2
Respiratory
Heart
MRI scan
Urinary
Which organ system removes carbon dioxide from the bloodstrea…
A midsagittal section would pass through the... a. kidney.... b. lu…
An imaging technique that uses a magnetic field and radio wav…
The kidneys and ureters are organs of the ________ system.... a.…
Respiratory
Which organ system removes carbon dioxide from the bloodstrea…
Heart
A midsagittal section would pass through the... a. kidney.... b. lu…
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Anatomy Final 2
cribiform plate
Optic canals
Superior orbital fissure
Internal acoustic meatus
What opening in the skull is associate with the olfactory ner…
What opening in the skull is associated with the optic nerve?
What opening in the skull is associated with the oculomotor,…
What opening in the skull is associated with the facial and v…
cribiform plate
What opening in the skull is associate with the olfactory ner…
Optic canals
What opening in the skull is associated with the optic nerve?
Anatomy Final 2
Selectively Permeable
Osmosis
Diffusion
Differentiation
the barrier allows some substances to pass through while excl…
diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
process by which molecules scatter themselves throughout avai…
...
Selectively Permeable
the barrier allows some substances to pass through while excl…
Osmosis
diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
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ANATOMY FINAL 2
6 regions of the brain
Meninges
Falx cerebri
Dermatome
cerebrum... cerebellum... diencephalon... midbrain... pons... medulla oblong…
3 membranes that surround the central nervous system; the dur…
Projects between the cerebral hemispheres and contains superi…
A sensory region monitored by the dorsal rami of a single spi…
6 regions of the brain
cerebrum... cerebellum... diencephalon... midbrain... pons... medulla oblong…
Meninges
3 membranes that surround the central nervous system; the dur…
Anatomy Final 2
What colors can the cones of the retin…
Oily secretions that lubricate the eye…
Pinkeye is an infection of which part…
Know the divisions: central nervous sy…
red green and blue
tarsal glands
conjunctiva
CNS- brain and spinal cord... PNS- everything else (peripheral n…
What colors can the cones of the retin…
red green and blue
Oily secretions that lubricate the eye…
tarsal glands
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Combo with ""Anatomy Final 2"" and 1 other
Dendrites
Multipolar neuron
Interneuron
Receptor, sensory neuron, interneuron,…
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
Which type of neuron lies entirely within the CNS?... A. Afferen…
Which sequence best represents the course of an impulse over…
Dendrites
Which of the following conduct impulses towards the cell body…
Multipolar neuron
A neuron with one axon and several dendrites is a... A. Multipol…
Human anatomy final 2
Respiratory
Anterior
Structure;function
Inferior
What organ system removes carbon dioxide from the blood stream
Anatomical term that measn the same as ventral is what
Anatomy is to ____ as physiology is to ____
The chin is ___ to the nose
Respiratory
What organ system removes carbon dioxide from the blood stream
Anterior
Anatomical term that measn the same as ventral is what
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Anatomy Final 2
What two kinds of innervation will the…
What is the chief sensory nerve to the…
How many facial expressions are there?
What innervates each facial muscle?
sensory and motor
trigeminal
around 27
facial nerve
What two kinds of innervation will the…
sensory and motor
What is the chief sensory nerve to the…
trigeminal
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Anatomy final 2
Mylohyoid
Geniohyoid
Digastric posterior belly
Digastric anterior belly
Mylohyoid
Geniohyoid
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PCOM: Anatomy 2 - The Endocrine System, week 10, simplified for CALE review
mnemonic for remembering the endocrine…
The "4 P's"
The "3 T's"
the "a"
4 P's, 3 T's, a, o, Hey!
pineal, pituitary, parathyroid, pancreas
thyroid, thymus, testes
adrenals
mnemonic for remembering the endocrine…
4 P's, 3 T's, a, o, Hey!
The "4 P's"
pineal, pituitary, parathyroid, pancreas
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PCOM Chapter 2
perception
active perception
subjective perception
perceptual constancy
the process of using the sense to acquire information about t…
perception in which your mind selects, organizes, and interpr…
your uniquely constructed meaning attributed to sensed stimuli
the idea that your past experiences lead you to see the world…
perception
the process of using the sense to acquire information about t…
active perception
perception in which your mind selects, organizes, and interpr…
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PCOM: Anatomy 2 - The Endocrine System, week 10, simplified for CALE review
mnemonic for remembering the endocrine…
The "4 P's"
The "3 T's"
the "a"
4 P's, 3 T's, a, o, Hey!
pineal, pituitary, parathyroid, pancreas
thyroid, thymus, testes
adrenals
mnemonic for remembering the endocrine…
4 P's, 3 T's, a, o, Hey!
The "4 P's"
pineal, pituitary, parathyroid, pancreas
35 terms
Anatomy 1 Final 2
hormones
receptor site, target cells
lipid, steroids, inside
water, protein like, outside
endocrine gland secrete ____ into blood
location of _______ on _______ depends on the type of molecul…
if the hormone is ______ soluble ______; target cell receptor…
if the hormone is _____ soluble ___; target cell receptor sit…
hormones
endocrine gland secrete ____ into blood
receptor site, target cells
location of _______ on _______ depends on the type of molecul…
Anatomy final 2
Cell membrane
Centrioles
Centromere
Cilia
Double layer of fat around the outside of the cell
Specialized organelle used to pull apart chromosomes by using…
Holds together sister chromatid
Bundles of protein fibers which are used to move particles ov…
Cell membrane
Double layer of fat around the outside of the cell
Centrioles
Specialized organelle used to pull apart chromosomes by using…
Anatomy final 2
neuroglia
central nervrous system (CNS)
peripheral nervous system (PNS)
Tasks of the Nervous System
many functions, including nourishing neurons and sending and…
brain and spinal cord
cranial and spinal nerves
1. sends and receives signals... 2. detects changes in the body…
neuroglia
many functions, including nourishing neurons and sending and…
central nervrous system (CNS)
brain and spinal cord
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Anatomy Final 2
Aqueous Humor secreted by _____
Vitreous Chamber
Vitreous Body
Photoreceptors
ciliary processes and reabsorbed by canals of schlemm
-between lens and retina... -filled with vitreous body
-jelly like substance... -gives eyeball its shape... -not continual…
-specialized bipolar neuron... -contain photopigments that absor…
Aqueous Humor secreted by _____
ciliary processes and reabsorbed by canals of schlemm
Vitreous Chamber
-between lens and retina... -filled with vitreous body
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Anatomy Final 2
Carina
Mediastinum
to the left of the midline
Hypovolemic
the point where the trachea divides into right and left prima…
the anatomical region found between the lungs that extends fr…
the apex of the heart is normally pointed
this type of shock is due to decreased blood volume
Carina
the point where the trachea divides into right and left prima…
Mediastinum
the anatomical region found between the lungs that extends fr…
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Anatomy final 2
Parietal bone and the frontal bone
Atlas and the dens
Temporal and mandible
Sternum and the clavicle
Immovable
Pivot
Hinge
Sliding and gliding
Parietal bone and the frontal bone
Immovable
Atlas and the dens
Pivot
Anatomy final 2
album
brady
bronch
erythro
white
slow
rough
red
album
white
brady
slow
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anatomy final 2
adaptive immunity
humoral (antibody-mediated) immunity
cellular (cell-mediated) immunity
primary immune response
features:... -is specific... -is systemic... -has "memory"... subdivision…
against extracellular pathogens in body fluids (blood and lym…
against abnormal cells and pathogens inside the cells... communi…
response to first exposure to antigen (take about 3-6 days fo…
adaptive immunity
features:... -is specific... -is systemic... -has "memory"... subdivision…
humoral (antibody-mediated) immunity
against extracellular pathogens in body fluids (blood and lym…
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Anatomy Final 2
Total Blood Volume
positive inotropic effect
diastole
starlings law
5000m/l minute
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
what the ventricles are "doing" when the AV valves are open a…
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
Total Blood Volume
5000m/l minute
positive inotropic effect
increase in the strength of myocardial contraction that occur…
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Anatomy Final 2
Biceps Brachii short head
Biceps brachii long head
Brachialis
Coracobrachialis
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: radial tubero…
Origin: supraglenoid tubercle of scapula ... Inserstion: radial…
Origin: distal half of anterior surface of humerus... Insertion…
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: humerus in li…
Biceps Brachii short head
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: radial tubero…
Biceps brachii long head
Origin: supraglenoid tubercle of scapula ... Inserstion: radial…
anatomy final 2
____ generates impulses causing the at…
___ has a faster pace depolarization
impulses from SA node pause at __
____ connects the atria to the ventric…
SA node
SA node, 75/min
AV node
AV bundle
____ generates impulses causing the at…
SA node
___ has a faster pace depolarization
SA node, 75/min
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anatomy final 2
where do muscles get their energy
aerobic respiration
endurance exercises
resistance exercises
ATP
occurs in mitochondria,... requires oxygen and glucose... used duri…
increase stamina (resistance to fatigue)... swimming, jogging
increases strength... weight lifting
where do muscles get their energy
ATP
aerobic respiration
occurs in mitochondria,... requires oxygen and glucose... used duri…
75 terms
Anatomy Final 2
Sensory Input
Integration
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
gathering information ... -to monitor changes occurring inside a…
To process and interpret sensory input and decide if action i…
Brain and spinal cord
Nerve outside the brain and spinal cord
Sensory Input
gathering information ... -to monitor changes occurring inside a…
Integration
To process and interpret sensory input and decide if action i…
202 terms
anatomy final 2
2 different gametes to produce a zygote
primary sex organs are called
What do primary sex organs do
female gonads
sperm/spermatozoon, egg/ovum
gonads
produce gametes
ovaries; produce eggs
2 different gametes to produce a zygote
sperm/spermatozoon, egg/ovum
primary sex organs are called
gonads
55 terms
Anatomy final 2
serratus posterior superior
serratus posterior inferior
internal intercostals
external intercostals
assist with inspiration, ventral rami T2-5
assist with expiration, ventral rami T9-12
expiration, intercostal n. ventral rami T1-11
inspiration, intercostal n. ventral rami T1-11
serratus posterior superior
assist with inspiration, ventral rami T2-5
serratus posterior inferior
assist with expiration, ventral rami T9-12
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