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Gross Anatomy Wk 1
Superficial extrinsic back muscles
Trapezius
Latissiums Dorsi
Thoracolumbar fascia
1. trapezius... 2. latissimus dorsi
Origin:... - base of skull... - nuchal ligament... - spines of C7 to…
Origin... - Spinous processes of T7-L5 ... - Thoracolumbar fascia…
thick layer of the deep fascia attached to the SP from T7 ver…
Superficial extrinsic back muscles
1. trapezius... 2. latissimus dorsi
Trapezius
Origin:... - base of skull... - nuchal ligament... - spines of C7 to…
Gross Anatomy Chapter 1
Anatomical Position
Planes
Directional Terms
Movement Terms
-standing erect... -face directed forward... -arms at side ... -palms…
-median/midline plane => flat surface that runs antero-poster…
-Anterior (Ventral)... -Posterior (Dorsal)... -Midline/Median/Lat…
-Flexion (decrease angle)... -Extension (increase angle)... -Abdu…
Anatomical Position
-standing erect... -face directed forward... -arms at side ... -palms…
Planes
-median/midline plane => flat surface that runs antero-poster…
13 terms
Gross Anatomy 1 (Integumentary)
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis
Apocrine sweat glands
(Surface)... -stratum cornuem... -stratum lucidum... -stratum granulos…
-Papillary layer: areolar tissue that supports & nourishes th…
(Subcutaneous layer) consists of areolar tissue and many adip…
Use merocrine secretion and secrete their products into hair…
Epidermis
(Surface)... -stratum cornuem... -stratum lucidum... -stratum granulos…
Dermis
-Papillary layer: areolar tissue that supports & nourishes th…
71 terms
Gross Anatomy 1- Arm & Elbow
how many bones are in the upper limb
what lies in the intertubercular groov…
what runs in the radial (spiral groove…
is the coronoid fossa medial or lateral
30
tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii
radial nerve and profunda brachii artery
medial
how many bones are in the upper limb
30
what lies in the intertubercular groov…
tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii
91 terms
Gross Anatomy #1
Anatomical Position
Frontal/lateral/Coronal Plane
Sagittal Plane
Transverse Plane
Body is standing straight, facing forward, upper limbs at sid…
Divides body into front & back portions
Divides body into left and right portions
Divides body into top & bottom portions
Anatomical Position
Body is standing straight, facing forward, upper limbs at sid…
Frontal/lateral/Coronal Plane
Divides body into front & back portions
89 terms
Gross Anatomy Lab 1
fibrous pericardium
serous pericardium
larynx
thyroid cartilage
fibrous pericardium
serous pericardium
156 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 1
3 regional anatomy parts
median plane
sagittal plane
frontal plane
main body, upper extremity, lower extremity
vertical plane dividing body in half
vertical plane dividing body into unequal parts
vertical plane dividing into anterior and posterior
3 regional anatomy parts
main body, upper extremity, lower extremity
median plane
vertical plane dividing body in half
112 terms
Gross Anatomy Practical 1
External Iliac Artery
Popliteal Artery
Internal Iliac Artery
Great Saphenous Vein
External iliac artery --> (inguinal ligament) --> femoral art…
The popliteal artery divides into the anterior and posterior…
Internal iliac artery ... --> superior and inferior gluteal arte…
Great saphenous <-- dorsal venous arch of the foot <-- dorsal…
External Iliac Artery
External iliac artery --> (inguinal ligament) --> femoral art…
Popliteal Artery
The popliteal artery divides into the anterior and posterior…
251 terms
Gross anatomy #1
Mastoid Process of skull
occipital bone of skull
external occipital protuberance
superior nuchal line
Mastoid Process of skull
occipital bone of skull
B1-Gross Anatomy
What are the three groups of muscles i…
Into what do the superficial muscles i…
Into what do the intermediate muscles…
What is the primary function of deep m…
1. Superficial... 2. Intermediate... 3. Deep
Bones of the upper extremity.
The ribs.
Movement of head and vertebral column.
What are the three groups of muscles i…
1. Superficial... 2. Intermediate... 3. Deep
Into what do the superficial muscles i…
Bones of the upper extremity.
45 terms
Gross Anatomy 1 Final NYCC
meningeal nerve
dorsal ramus
Medial branch
lateral branch
innervates the mininges, the vessels associated with the meni…
provides motor innervation to epaxial muscles... passes dorsall…
This branch of the Dorsal ramus from T6 up are cutaneous as w…
This branch of the dorsal ramus from T7 down are cutaneous as…
meningeal nerve
innervates the mininges, the vessels associated with the meni…
dorsal ramus
provides motor innervation to epaxial muscles... passes dorsall…
68 terms
Gross Anatomy 1 lower limb
Psoas Major
Iliacus
Iliopsoas
Gluteus Maximus
Origin: vertebrae T12-L4... Insertion: Lesser trochanter... Action:…
Origin: iliac fossa... Insertion: lesser trochanter... Action: Flex…
psoas and iliacus muscles combine to from this muscle as it e…
Origin: Posterior iliac crest and sacrum... Insertion gluteal tu…
Psoas Major
Origin: vertebrae T12-L4... Insertion: Lesser trochanter... Action:…
Iliacus
Origin: iliac fossa... Insertion: lesser trochanter... Action: Flex…
36 terms
Gross Anatomy - Tri 1 (others)
What are the 4 primary tissues?
What type of tissue is the Dermis?
What qualifies as appendages of the in…
What is the hypodermis composed of?
Epithelial, Connective, Muscle, and Nervous
Connective
Nails, Hair follicles, Sebaceous glands, and Sweat glands
Superficial fascia and Panniculus adiposis
What are the 4 primary tissues?
Epithelial, Connective, Muscle, and Nervous
What type of tissue is the Dermis?
Connective
1.Gross Anatomy of Lungs
apex or pointed area
base or flat area
hilum
the right lung has
superior point of each lung
inferior surface of each lung
medial notch were pulmonary artery enters, pulmonary veins ex…
3 lobes
apex or pointed area
superior point of each lung
base or flat area
inferior surface of each lung
434 terms
Gross Anatomy Unit 1
Median or midsagittal Plane
Frontal or Coronal Plane
Transverse or Horizontal Plane
What is a Dermatome?
Divides the body into left and right portions.
Divides the body into ventral and dorsal portions.
Divides the body into superior and inferior portions
Unilateral skin region supplied by a single SPINAL nerve root.
Median or midsagittal Plane
Divides the body into left and right portions.
Frontal or Coronal Plane
Divides the body into ventral and dorsal portions.
756 terms
Gross Anatomy II Exam 1
What nerve's branches control motor in…
What nerve, when compressed, will lead…
What nerve's branches control sensory…
What are the 3 major branches of the t…
facial nerve (C.N. VII)
facial nerve (C.N. VII)
trigeminal nerve (C.N. V)
ophthalmic (V1), maxillary (V2), and mandibular (V3)
What nerve's branches control motor in…
facial nerve (C.N. VII)
What nerve, when compressed, will lead…
facial nerve (C.N. VII)
65 terms
Gross Anatomy Midterm 1
Gross Anatomy
Comparative Anatomy
Anatomical Position
Median Plane
Anatomy at the macroscopic level, visible to the naked eye
the study of anatomical homologies annd differences in differ…
Person stands erect with feet together and arms ar rhe side.…
Runs Anterior to posterior, divides body into equal halves
Gross Anatomy
Anatomy at the macroscopic level, visible to the naked eye
Comparative Anatomy
the study of anatomical homologies annd differences in differ…
Gross Anatomy Part 1
Myology
Contractility
Functions
Movement
• The branch of anatomy that deals with the skeletal muscular…
The basic property of muscle which allows an individual to pr…
Also known as the ________ of Skeletal Muscle, these include:…
Enabling locomotion, respiration and digestion are included i…
Myology
• The branch of anatomy that deals with the skeletal muscular…
Contractility
The basic property of muscle which allows an individual to pr…
Gross Anatomy Midterm 1
gross anatomy
histology
embryology
morphology
anatomy at the macroscopic level
microscopic anatomy, cellular and tissue level
developmental anatomy
the study of shape
gross anatomy
anatomy at the macroscopic level
histology
microscopic anatomy, cellular and tissue level
Gross Anatomy Chapter 1
Coronal Plane
Sagittal Plane
Transverse (axial/horizontal) Plane
Axial Skeleton
oriented vertically and divide the body into anterior and pos…
divide the body into right and left parts.
divide the body into superior and inferior parts.
bones of the skull (cranium), vertebral column, ribs, and ste…
Coronal Plane
oriented vertically and divide the body into anterior and pos…
Sagittal Plane
divide the body into right and left parts.
5 terms
Chapter 1: Gross Anatomy
Systemic anatomy
Regional anatomy
Surface anatomy
Comparative anatomy
studies the anatomy of each functional body system. for examp…
examines all of the structures in a particular region of the…
focuses on both superficial anatomic markings and the interna…
examines similarities and the differences in the anatomy of d…
Systemic anatomy
studies the anatomy of each functional body system. for examp…
Regional anatomy
examines all of the structures in a particular region of the…
53 terms
Gross Anatomy Lab 1
trapezius origin
trapezius insertion
trapezius action
trapezius nerve supply
occipital protuberance; ligamentum nuchae; spinous processes…
upper: lateral third of clavicle; middle: spine of scapula; l…
upper: elevation of scapula, upward rotation of scapula; midd…
spinal accessory nerve/ cranial nerve XI
trapezius origin
occipital protuberance; ligamentum nuchae; spinous processes…
trapezius insertion
upper: lateral third of clavicle; middle: spine of scapula; l…
219 terms
Gross Anatomy Unit 1
Median or midsagittal Plane
Frontal or Coronal Plane
Transverse or Horizontal Plane
What is a Dermatome?
Divides the body into left and right portions.
Divides the body into ventral and dorsal portions.
Divides the body into superior and inferior portions
Unilateral skin region supplied by a single SPINAL nerve root.
Median or midsagittal Plane
Divides the body into left and right portions.
Frontal or Coronal Plane
Divides the body into ventral and dorsal portions.
Gross Anatomy 1: Hand Muscles
ABductor Pollicis Brevis
Flexor Pollicis Brevis
Opponens Pollicis
ADductor Pollicis
O- Flexor Retinaculum... I- Proximal Phalanx of the thumb... N- Med…
O- Flexor retinaculum... I- Proximal Phalanx of the thumb... N- Med…
O- Flexor retinaculum ... I- metacarpal 1... N- Median nerve... A- Opp…
O- (Oblique head) metacarpal 2, 3, and base of the thumb... (Tr…
ABductor Pollicis Brevis
O- Flexor Retinaculum... I- Proximal Phalanx of the thumb... N- Med…
Flexor Pollicis Brevis
O- Flexor retinaculum... I- Proximal Phalanx of the thumb... N- Med…
363 terms
Gross Anatomy DDS1unit1
changes in intervertebral disc density…
intervertebral foramina
"bony landmarks" on pelvis
purpose of body wall
body height ... -changes due to aging include disc height, verte…
formed from stacked vertebral notches, allow for passage of t…
iliac crest, anterior superior iliac spine, pubis tubercle, p…
enclose body cavities, protects the internal organs
changes in intervertebral disc density…
body height ... -changes due to aging include disc height, verte…
intervertebral foramina
formed from stacked vertebral notches, allow for passage of t…
80 terms
Gross Anatomy Exam 1
Cervical Vertebrae
Thoracic Vertebrae
Lumbar Vertebrae
Sacrum
-7 most superior verebrae... -Attach to base of skull... -Labeled C…
-12 vertebrae inferior to cervical and superior to lumbar... -La…
-5 vertebrae inferior to thoracic and superior to sacrum... -Lab…
-Composed of 5 fused sacral vertebrae i-v.... -Inferior to Lumba…
Cervical Vertebrae
-7 most superior verebrae... -Attach to base of skull... -Labeled C…
Thoracic Vertebrae
-12 vertebrae inferior to cervical and superior to lumbar... -La…
14 terms
Gross Anatomy 1 Leg Palpation
Tibialis Anterior belly, tendon
Extensor Hallucis Longus tendon
Extensor Digitorum Longus belly tendon
Peroneus Tertius tendon
Origin: superior lateral tibia... Insertion: medial cuneiform an…
Origin: interosseous membrane of tibia and fibula... Insertion:…
Origin: superior medial fibula ... Insertion: distal phalanges o…
Origin: distal anterior fibula... Insertion: base of metatarsal…
Tibialis Anterior belly, tendon
Origin: superior lateral tibia... Insertion: medial cuneiform an…
Extensor Hallucis Longus tendon
Origin: interosseous membrane of tibia and fibula... Insertion:…
27 terms
Set 1 Gross Anatomy
Describe anatomical position
Which plane divides the body into ante…
Which plane runs parallel to median pl…
Which plane divides the body into supe…
In the anatomical position, the body is upright, directly fac…
Coronal
Sagittal
Transverse
Describe anatomical position
In the anatomical position, the body is upright, directly fac…
Which plane divides the body into ante…
Coronal
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Gross Anatomy Quiz 1
Sarcoplasm
Fiber, Fiber
red(dark) / white(light)
skeletal muscle fiber composition
Comprises the undifferentiated cytoplasm between the myofibri…
The amount of sarcoplasm will vary from ________ to ________
The designation of muscles being ________ or _________ is bas…
The evident difference between individuals who seem more suit…
Sarcoplasm
Comprises the undifferentiated cytoplasm between the myofibri…
Fiber, Fiber
The amount of sarcoplasm will vary from ________ to ________
Gross Anatomy Topics 1-4
What are the 4 vertebral joints?
What are the 6 ligaments of the verteb…
Which ligament of the vertebral column…
Where is the ligamentum nuchae located…
Zygapophyseal, intervertebral, uncinate, and SI joints
supraspinous, interspinous, ligamentum flavum, Posterior long…
supraspinous ligament
Cervical region, interspinous and supraspinous ligaments
What are the 4 vertebral joints?
Zygapophyseal, intervertebral, uncinate, and SI joints
What are the 6 ligaments of the verteb…
supraspinous, interspinous, ligamentum flavum, Posterior long…
8 terms
Gross Anatomy Ch 1
osteomalacia
osteopenia
osteopetrosis
osteoporosis
gradual softening of the bone due to failure of the bone to c…
decreased calcification of bone or reduced bone mass due to a…
abnormally dense bone, obliterating the marrow cavity, due to…
an age-related disorder characterized by decreased bone mass…
osteomalacia
gradual softening of the bone due to failure of the bone to c…
osteopenia
decreased calcification of bone or reduced bone mass due to a…
181 terms
Gross Anatomy - Exam #1
The vertebral column is composed of __…
What are the functions of the vertebra…
What are the two primary spinal curves…
What does a vertebra consist of (struc…
33 (7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacrum, 4 coccyx)
1. protection... 2. base for attachment... 3. structural support... 4.…
Primary -... 1. thoracic... 2. sacral... Secondary - ... 1. cervical... 2.…
1. body... 2. pedicle (2)... 3. laminae (2)... 4. seven processes (spi…
The vertebral column is composed of __…
33 (7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacrum, 4 coccyx)
What are the functions of the vertebra…
1. protection... 2. base for attachment... 3. structural support... 4.…
188 terms
Exam 1 - Gross Anatomy
ligaments of the lesser omentum
ligament that encases the hepatic/port…
Stomach arterial supply
stomach venous drainage
hepatogastric and hepatoduodenal
hepatoduodenal
celiac trunk
portal vein and SM vein
ligaments of the lesser omentum
hepatogastric and hepatoduodenal
ligament that encases the hepatic/port…
hepatoduodenal
240 terms
Gross Anatomy
Trapezius
Trapezius Origin
Trapezius Insertion
Trapezius Innervation
Origin: ... 1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum…
1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum nuchae (…
Insertion: ... 1. Lateral part of the clavicle... 2. Acromion... 3. Sp…
Motor from spinal portion of accessory nerve (CN XI)
Trapezius
Origin: ... 1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum…
Trapezius Origin
1. Medial part of superior nuchal line... 2. Ligamentum nuchae (…
176 terms
Gross Anatomy Exam 1
Myology
Functions of skeletal muscle
Muscular system depends on other syste…
Organization of skeletal muscle
Branch of Anatomy that deals with the skeletal muscle system
-Movement (locomotion)... -Stability (posture, hold bones in pla…
-Skeletal (musculoskeletal system)-movement... -Respiratory, dig…
Each muscle has hundreds to thousands of muscle fibers (basic…
Myology
Branch of Anatomy that deals with the skeletal muscle system
Functions of skeletal muscle
-Movement (locomotion)... -Stability (posture, hold bones in pla…
43 terms
Gross Anatomy Section 1
Describe important events from fertili…
Where does implantation typically occu…
What is another common name of the mor…
What will the embryoblasts become?
Ovulation occurs first, through close approximation of struct…
Superior, posterior wall of the uterus.
Blastomere
Embryo
Describe important events from fertili…
Ovulation occurs first, through close approximation of struct…
Where does implantation typically occu…
Superior, posterior wall of the uterus.
Gross Anatomy Lab 1
Trapezius (Origin)
Trapezius (Insertion)
Trapezius (action)
Trapezius (nerve supply)
-occipital protuberance... -ligamentum nuchae... -spinous processes…
-upper: lateral third of the clavicle... -middle: spine of scapu…
Upper: elevation of the scapula and upward rotation of the sc…
spinal accessory nerve/ cranial nerve XI
Trapezius (Origin)
-occipital protuberance... -ligamentum nuchae... -spinous processes…
Trapezius (Insertion)
-upper: lateral third of the clavicle... -middle: spine of scapu…
192 terms
Gross anatomy practical 1
Origin of the pectoralis major
Insertion of the pectoralis major
Action of the pectoralis major
Innervation of the pectoralis major
clavicle
inter-tubercular groove/humerus
adduction of humerus
medial and lateral pectoral nerve
Origin of the pectoralis major
clavicle
Insertion of the pectoralis major
inter-tubercular groove/humerus
25 terms
Gross Anatomy 1
Process
Ramus
Crest
Epicondyle
Prominent projection or bump
An extension of a bone making an angle to the rest of the str…
A prominent ridge
Projection situated upon a condyle
Process
Prominent projection or bump
Ramus
An extension of a bone making an angle to the rest of the str…
58 terms
Gross Anatomy: Lecture, Outline 1
What are the 3 anatomical planes?
What does the coronal/frontal plane se…
What does the median/sagittal plane se…
What does the horizontal/transverse pl…
- horizontal/transverse... - median/sagittal... - frontal/coronal
anterior from posterior/ventral from dorsal
right from left
superior from inferior
What are the 3 anatomical planes?
- horizontal/transverse... - median/sagittal... - frontal/coronal
What does the coronal/frontal plane se…
anterior from posterior/ventral from dorsal
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Gross Anatomy Lab I, #1
trapezius
accessory nerve
rhomboid major
rhomboid minor
trapezius
accessory nerve
Gross Anatomy 1 - Neck Muscles
Platysma
Sternocleidomastoid
Mylohyoid
Geniohyoid
O- Pectoral Fascia... I- Skin and Superficial fascia of lower fa…
O- Sternum, clavicle... I- Mastoid Process of the temporal Bone…
O- Mylohyoid line of the mandible... I- Hyoid Bone, Median Raphe…
O- Mental spine of Mandible... I- Hyoid bone... N- C1 ventral rami…
Platysma
O- Pectoral Fascia... I- Skin and Superficial fascia of lower fa…
Sternocleidomastoid
O- Sternum, clavicle... I- Mastoid Process of the temporal Bone…
Gross Anatomy Week 1
Radiate Ligament
Intra-Articular Ligament
Costotransverse Ligament
Lateral Costotransverse Ligament
A: head of rib/vertebrae above it... A: intervertebral disc/same…
A: head of rib/intervertebral disc
A: neck of rib/transverse process of vertebrae
A: tubercle of rib/transverse process of vetebrae
Radiate Ligament
A: head of rib/vertebrae above it... A: intervertebral disc/same…
Intra-Articular Ligament
A: head of rib/intervertebral disc
97 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 1
Superior
Inferior
Cranial
Caudal
____________ describes a structure that is above another stru…
___________ describes a structure that is below another struc…
______________, cephalic, and rostral all indicate "towards t…
________ indicates "towards the tail".
Superior
____________ describes a structure that is above another stru…
Inferior
___________ describes a structure that is below another struc…
Gross Anatomy Exam 1
median/midsagittal
sagittal
coronal
horizontal/transverse
one plane splitting the body into equal halves
plane parallel to the median plane
a plane at a right angle to the median, splitting the body in…
divides body into superior and inferior parts
median/midsagittal
one plane splitting the body into equal halves
sagittal
plane parallel to the median plane
426 terms
Gross Anatomy Unit 1
What does Parietal mean?
What does visceral mean?
What nerve causes motor innervation to…
What nerve causes sensory innervation…
Relating to the lining of a cavity/body wall
relating to the covering of an organ (it adheres tightly)
Facial nerve (C.N. VII)
Trigeminal nerve (C.N. V)
What does Parietal mean?
Relating to the lining of a cavity/body wall
What does visceral mean?
relating to the covering of an organ (it adheres tightly)
271 terms
Gross Anatomy Block 1
Only bony attachment of the scapula
Attaches the upper limb to the axial s…
Superficial back muscles
Intermediate back muscles
Acromioclavicular joint
Sternoclavicular joint
Trapezius, Latissimus Dorsi, Levator Scapulae, Rhomboid Minor…
Posterior Serratus Superior and Posterior Serratus Inferior
Only bony attachment of the scapula
Acromioclavicular joint
Attaches the upper limb to the axial s…
Sternoclavicular joint
131 terms
Gross Anatomy -- Practical 1
Jugular notch
Clavicle
Acromion
Rectus sheath
...
The collar bone
The tip of the shoulder
White layer overlying the rectus abdominis muscle
Jugular notch
...
Clavicle
The collar bone
48 terms
Gross Anatomy Quiz 1
anatomical position
anatomical planes
external/internal
central/peripheral
-universal standard... -standing erect or lying supine... -palms fa…
-sagittal plane (median)... -frontal plane (coronal)... -horizontal…
...
...
anatomical position
-universal standard... -standing erect or lying supine... -palms fa…
anatomical planes
-sagittal plane (median)... -frontal plane (coronal)... -horizontal…
Gross Anatomy Practical #1
Platysma
Sternocleidomastoid
Sternohyoid
Omohyoid
Superficial Insertion: fascia of deltoid and pec major... Deep I…
Superior Insertion: mastoid process ... Inferior Insertion: ster…
Superior Insertion: Hyoid Bone... Inferior Insertion: sternum... Ac…
Superior Insertion: Hyoid Bone... Inferior Insertion: superior b…
Platysma
Superficial Insertion: fascia of deltoid and pec major... Deep I…
Sternocleidomastoid
Superior Insertion: mastoid process ... Inferior Insertion: ster…
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