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Gross Anatomy E3
How many cervical vertebrae are there?
Where are the layers of muscle attachm…
Where do vertebral arteries travel thr…
What is the first cervical vertebrae c…
Seven vertebrae
Bifid spinous processes
Transverse foramina
Atlas (C1)
How many cervical vertebrae are there?
Seven vertebrae
Where are the layers of muscle attachm…
Bifid spinous processes
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Gross Anatomy 3 Muscles
Muscles of the posterior abdominal wall
Psoas Major Attachment
Psoas Major Innervation
Psoas Major Action
- Psoas major... - Psoas minor... - Iliacus... - Quadratus lumborum... -…
T12-L5 vertebrae; less trochanter of femur
Ventral rami (L2-L4)
Flexes thigh; flexes trunk
Muscles of the posterior abdominal wall
- Psoas major... - Psoas minor... - Iliacus... - Quadratus lumborum... -…
Psoas Major Attachment
T12-L5 vertebrae; less trochanter of femur
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Gross Anatomy Lab I, #3
palmaris longus
pronator teres
flexor carpi radialis
flexor carpi ulnaris
ventral aspect
ventral aspect
ventral aspect
ventral aspect
palmaris longus
ventral aspect
pronator teres
ventral aspect
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Gross Anatomy Lecture 3
anatomical position
anatomical position
supine
supine
- the body is in an erect position with the arms to the side…
in the anatomical position the hands are _______
position of the hand with the dorsum facing posteriorly
anatomical position
- the body is in an erect position with the arms to the side…
anatomical position
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Gross Anatomy Week 3
Thoracic wall (borders)
Thoracic wall (function)
Superior thoracic aperture
Inferior thoracic aperture
-superior thoracic aperture... -inferior thoracic aperture... -rib…
-protection... -encase heart and lungs... -muscle attachment... -resis…
-plane created by manubrium, first rib and T1... -no membrane cr…
plane created by diaphragm, xiphoid process, costal margin, e…
Thoracic wall (borders)
-superior thoracic aperture... -inferior thoracic aperture... -rib…
Thoracic wall (function)
-protection... -encase heart and lungs... -muscle attachment... -resis…
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Gross Anatomy Week 3 - Palpation
Jugular notch (suprasternal)
Manubrium
Angle of Louis (sternal angle)
Body of sternum
superior aspect of maubrium
superior 1/3 of sternum
at manubriosternal joint (bump)
inferior 2/3 of sternum
Jugular notch (suprasternal)
superior aspect of maubrium
Manubrium
superior 1/3 of sternum
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Unit 3: Gross Anatomy
gross anatomy
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
cranial vault
can be seen without a microscope
skull, hyoid, vertebral column
limbs, girdles
composed of 8 bones that enclose and protect the brain
gross anatomy
can be seen without a microscope
axial skeleton
skull, hyoid, vertebral column
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Gross Anatomy Exam #3
How do femoral neck fractures occur an…
How does the tibia connect to the fibu…
What lower leg bone DOES NOT function…
How many bones make up the tarsals and…
Occur from indirect trauma with difficult healing because of…
Interosseous membrane and tibiofibular syndesmoses
The fibula
7 bones. The talus, calcaneous, navicular, cuboid and three c…
How do femoral neck fractures occur an…
Occur from indirect trauma with difficult healing because of…
How does the tibia connect to the fibu…
Interosseous membrane and tibiofibular syndesmoses
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Gross Anatomy Week 3
Subclavius
The Sternum
The Scapula (attaches proximally)
Sternomandibularis
This is part of the pectoral muscle group and give's the hors…
What is the origin of the horse's subcalvius?
What is the insertion of the horse's subclavius?
This muscle forms the ventral border of the jugular groove in…
Subclavius
This is part of the pectoral muscle group and give's the hors…
The Sternum
What is the origin of the horse's subcalvius?
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Gross Anatomy Exam 3
Branches of the Abdominal Aorta
What does the Celiac Trunk supply?
What does the Superior Mesenteric Arte…
What does the Inferior Mesenteric Arte…
- Celiac Artery/Trunk: Proximal GI tract (foregut)... - Superior…
Proximal end of the GI tract... - Stomach... - Pancreas... - Liver... - G…
Middle part of GI tract... - Small intestines distal to duodenum…
Distal part of GI tract... - Dital 1/3 of the large intestine... -…
Branches of the Abdominal Aorta
- Celiac Artery/Trunk: Proximal GI tract (foregut)... - Superior…
What does the Celiac Trunk supply?
Proximal end of the GI tract... - Stomach... - Pancreas... - Liver... - G…
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Gross Anatomy Quiz 3
What joints does the sacrum participat…
Why is there lots of stress on the lum…
What is spondylosis and spondylosthesis?
How does the entire pelvis transfer we…
Lumbosacral Joint (L5-S1)... Sacoriliac Joints (between the sac…
The body of S1 is drastically slanted forward which tends to…
Spondylolysis is a stress fracture that results in separation…
First know that sacroiliac mobility is limited to the joints…
What joints does the sacrum participat…
Lumbosacral Joint (L5-S1)... Sacoriliac Joints (between the sac…
Why is there lots of stress on the lum…
The body of S1 is drastically slanted forward which tends to…
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Gross Anatomy I Exam 3
What are the primary functions of the…
How do the bones of the lower extremit…
How do the joints of the lower extremi…
How do the muscles of the lower extrem…
to support the weight of the body, to provide a stable founda…
bones are heavier and stronger with very well marked areas fo…
joints are stronger, more stable, and have good bony configur…
muscles are more powerful and less capable of delicate moveme…
What are the primary functions of the…
to support the weight of the body, to provide a stable founda…
How do the bones of the lower extremit…
bones are heavier and stronger with very well marked areas fo…
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Gross Anatomy Exam 3
the orbit is formed by several bones:
periorbita
periorbital fat:... -fat that ___... -loca…
sclera
frontal... sphenoid... maxilla... zygoma... palatine... lacrimal... ethmoid
extension of the pericranial (periosteal) portion of the dura…
-fat that fills the orbit... -between periorbita and septum and…
outer layer of eyeball that is an extension of dura surroundi…
the orbit is formed by several bones:
frontal... sphenoid... maxilla... zygoma... palatine... lacrimal... ethmoid
periorbita
extension of the pericranial (periosteal) portion of the dura…
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T3: gross anatomy
Vermis
Primary Fissure of Cerebellum
Primary Fissure of Cerebellum
Folia of Cerebellum (Folium)
Vermis
Primary Fissure of Cerebellum
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Gross Anatomy Quiz 3
Dorsal Scapular Nerve
Long Thoracic Nerve
Suprascapular Nerve
Subclavian Nerve
Origin: C4, C5... Structures Innervated: Rhomboids; levator scap…
Origin: C5, C6, C7... Structures Innervated: Serratus Anterior
Origin: Superior Trunk; C4, C5, C6... Structures Innervated: Sup…
Origin: Superior Trunk; C4, C5, C6... Structures Innervated: Sub…
Dorsal Scapular Nerve
Origin: C4, C5... Structures Innervated: Rhomboids; levator scap…
Long Thoracic Nerve
Origin: C5, C6, C7... Structures Innervated: Serratus Anterior
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Gross Anatomy 3 Final
The cranium can be divided into two pa…
The neurocranium contains how many bon…
The viscerocranium contains how many b…
Where are the thiner parts of the cran…
Neurocranium or viscerocranium
8. Only one: Frontal and Occipital. Two: Parietals, sphenoids…
15. Only one: Mandible, ethmoid, vomer.... Only two: Maxillae, I…
Where muscles cover the skull.
The cranium can be divided into two pa…
Neurocranium or viscerocranium
The neurocranium contains how many bon…
8. Only one: Frontal and Occipital. Two: Parietals, sphenoids…
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Unit 3: Gross Anatomy
gross anatomy
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
cranial vault
can be seen without a microscope
skull, hyoid, vertebral column
limbs, girdles
composed of 8 bones that enclose and protect the brain
gross anatomy
can be seen without a microscope
axial skeleton
skull, hyoid, vertebral column
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Unit 3: Gross Anatomy
gross anatomy
condyle
articular surface
process
can be seen without a microscope
smooth rounded articular surface
forms joint
prominent projection
gross anatomy
can be seen without a microscope
condyle
smooth rounded articular surface
Gross Anatomy Week 3
Muscle: Psoas major... Group: Anterior Th…
Muscle: Iliacus... Group: Anterior thigh…
Muscle: Tensor fasciae latae... Group: An…
Muscle: Sartorius... Group: Anterior thig…
Muscle:... Group:... Origin:... Insertion:... Action:... Innervation:
Muscle:... Group:... Origin:... Insertion:... Action:... Innervation:
Muscle:... Group:... Origin:... Insertion:... Action:... Innervation:
Muscle:... Group:... Origin:... Insertion:... Action:... Innervation:
Muscle: Psoas major... Group: Anterior Th…
Muscle:... Group:... Origin:... Insertion:... Action:... Innervation:
Muscle: Iliacus... Group: Anterior thigh…
Muscle:... Group:... Origin:... Insertion:... Action:... Innervation:
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Gross Anatomy Unit 3
Aorta Aperature (T12)
Esophagus (T10)
IVC Aperature (T8)
1. ICS 1-6... -anterior intercostal a.... 2.…
What is the most posterior hiatus, at what level is it?
What is the middle hiatus, at what level is it?
What is the most anterior hiatus, at what level is it?
What are... 1. *... 2. **... 3. ***... 4. ****
Aorta Aperature (T12)
What is the most posterior hiatus, at what level is it?
Esophagus (T10)
What is the middle hiatus, at what level is it?
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Gross Anatomy Week 3
Thoracic wall (borders)
Thoracic wall (function)
Superior Thoracic Aperture
Inferior thoracic aperture
-superior thoracic aperture... -inferior thoracic aperture... -rib…
-protection... -encase heart and lungs... -Muscle attachment... -Resis…
-plane created by manubrium, 1st rib and T1... -no membrane crea…
-plane created by diaphragm, xiphoid process, costal margin,…
Thoracic wall (borders)
-superior thoracic aperture... -inferior thoracic aperture... -rib…
Thoracic wall (function)
-protection... -encase heart and lungs... -Muscle attachment... -Resis…
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Gross Anatomy Exam 3
Muscles of posterior triangle of neck
Muscles of the Brachium
Muscles of the anterior forearm
Muscles of the posterior forearm
Sternocleidomastoid,... anterior scalene,... middle scalene, ... poste…
Biceps Brachii, ... brachialis, ... coracobrachialis, ... triceps brac…
pronator teres, ... flexor carpi radialis, ... palmaris longus, ... fl…
Brachioradialis, ... extensor carpi radialis longus, ... extensor c…
Muscles of posterior triangle of neck
Sternocleidomastoid,... anterior scalene,... middle scalene, ... poste…
Muscles of the Brachium
Biceps Brachii, ... brachialis, ... coracobrachialis, ... triceps brac…
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Gross Anatomy Unit 3
What are the boundaries of the femoral…
From lateral to medial, what are the c…
The ______ is the terminal branch of t…
What are the landmarks that separate t…
Medial: Adductor longus; Lateral: Sartorius; Superior: Inguin…
NAVL = Femoral n., femoral a., femoral v., lymphatics.
Saphenous n.
Located between the inguinal lig. And the adductor hiatus.
What are the boundaries of the femoral…
Medial: Adductor longus; Lateral: Sartorius; Superior: Inguin…
From lateral to medial, what are the c…
NAVL = Femoral n., femoral a., femoral v., lymphatics.
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Gross Anatomy - LE Exam #3
What is the acetabulum?
The __________ runs from the acetabulu…
What lines the inside of the articular…
What are the characteristics of the il…
the fossa where the head of femur sits
articular capsule
synovial membrane
- Y shaped... - AIIS and acetabular rim to the intertrochanteric…
What is the acetabulum?
the fossa where the head of femur sits
The __________ runs from the acetabulu…
articular capsule
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Gross Anatomy 3 (The Thorax)
Polymastia
Non-Typical Polymastia
Polythelia
Famous actor and former model that has…
when one or more additional breast develops beyond the normal…
when one or more additional breast develops AWAY from the mam…
when one or more additional nipples develops beyond the normal
Mark Wahlberg a.k.a Marky Mark
Polymastia
when one or more additional breast develops beyond the normal…
Non-Typical Polymastia
when one or more additional breast develops AWAY from the mam…
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Gross Anatomy Block 3
Boundaries of Perineum
Inferior rectal nerve innervates
Branches of Pudendal nerve
Perineal nerve innervates
Anteriorly = pubic symphysis... Anterolaterally = ischiopubic ra…
sphincter ani externus & skin around anus
= S2-S4... Enters pudendal canal --> gives rise to INFERIOR REC…
Deep branch = all of the perineal muscles... Superficial (poster…
Boundaries of Perineum
Anteriorly = pubic symphysis... Anterolaterally = ischiopubic ra…
Inferior rectal nerve innervates
sphincter ani externus & skin around anus
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Ch. 3 Gross Anatomy
What are the 4 parts of the brain?
What are the 3 parts of the brainstem?
The diencephalon forms the lateral wal…
What are the folds of the cerebral hem…
1. cerebral hemispheres... 2. diencephalon... 3. brainstem... 4. cereb…
midbrain, pons, medulla
3rd ventricle
folds- gyri... grooves- sulci... deep sulci- fissures
What are the 4 parts of the brain?
1. cerebral hemispheres... 2. diencephalon... 3. brainstem... 4. cereb…
What are the 3 parts of the brainstem?
midbrain, pons, medulla
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Gross Anatomy Test 3
Cranial Nerve 1 Name, Function, Location
Cranial Nerve 2 Name, Function, Location
Cranial Nerve 3 Name, Function, Location
Cranial Nerve 4 Name, Function, Location
Name: Olfactory... Function: Smell... Location: Cribriform Plate of…
Name: Optic... Function: Sight... Location: Optic Canal
Name: Occulomotor ... Function: Eye movement, Contraction of pup…
Name: Trochlear... Function: Eye movement, proprioceptive sensor…
Cranial Nerve 1 Name, Function, Location
Name: Olfactory... Function: Smell... Location: Cribriform Plate of…
Cranial Nerve 2 Name, Function, Location
Name: Optic... Function: Sight... Location: Optic Canal
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EXAM 3 GROSS ANATOMY
PA OF GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE
DA OF GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE
ACTION OF GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE
INNERVATION OF GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE
UPPER ILIUM, SACRUM AND COCCYX BONE
GLUTEAL TUBEROSITY OF THE FEMUR BONE
EXTENDS AND ROTATES THIGH LATERALLY
INFERIOR GLUTEAL NERVE
PA OF GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE
UPPER ILIUM, SACRUM AND COCCYX BONE
DA OF GLUTEUS MAXIMUS MUSCLE
GLUTEAL TUBEROSITY OF THE FEMUR BONE
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Gross Anatomy Exam 3
Choanae
alae... dorsum
vestibule
cribiform plate of the ethmoid bone
Posterior entrance to the nasal cavity
Sides of the nose are known as the ________ or "wings" of the…
The anterior portion of the nasal cavity that is line with sk…
Severe fractures of the nasal bone can also involve the _____…
Choanae
Posterior entrance to the nasal cavity
alae... dorsum
Sides of the nose are known as the ________ or "wings" of the…
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Gross Anatomy E 3
What are the functions of the nervous…
how does the nervous system permit sen…
how does the nervous system perform in…
how does the nervous system stimulate…
permit sensory input, perform integration, stimulate motor ou…
receptors in the PNS respond to both external and internal st…
the cns sums all the input and "decides' what to do about it,…
the cns sends signals through the PNS to the effectors, the s…
What are the functions of the nervous…
permit sensory input, perform integration, stimulate motor ou…
how does the nervous system permit sen…
receptors in the PNS respond to both external and internal st…
Gross Anatomy Unit 3
The principal and most anterior part o…
The outer layer of the cerebrum compos…
The lobe of the brain that is associat…
The lobe of the brain that is associat…
Cerebrum
Cerebral cortex
Frontal lobe
Parietal lobe
The principal and most anterior part o…
Cerebrum
The outer layer of the cerebrum compos…
Cerebral cortex
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Gross Anatomy Lab 3
Biceps brachii origin
Biceps brachii insertion
Biceps brachii action
Biceps brachii blood supply
short head - coracoid process of scapula ... long head - supragl…
tendon - radial tuberosity ... bicipital aponeurosis - deep faci…
both heads - supination of forearm, flexion of elbow ... short h…
brachial artery
Biceps brachii origin
short head - coracoid process of scapula ... long head - supragl…
Biceps brachii insertion
tendon - radial tuberosity ... bicipital aponeurosis - deep faci…
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Gross Anatomy Lab 3
gluteus maximus origin
gluteus maximus insertion
gluteus maximus action
gluteus maximus nerve supply
posterior sacrum, posterior ilium: sacrotuberous ligament and…
gluteal tuberosity of femur, lateral condyle of tibia via ili…
extension of hip, external rotation of extended hip
inferior gluteal nerve
gluteus maximus origin
posterior sacrum, posterior ilium: sacrotuberous ligament and…
gluteus maximus insertion
gluteal tuberosity of femur, lateral condyle of tibia via ili…
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GROSS ANATOMY - EXAM 3
FLEXOR
EXTENSOR
GLENOID FOSSA
GLENOHUMERAL JOINT
The arm and forearm can be separated into this compartment on…
The arm and forearm can be separated into this compartment on…
The humeral head articulates with the ___ of the scapula
The shoulder joint is known as the ___
FLEXOR
The arm and forearm can be separated into this compartment on…
EXTENSOR
The arm and forearm can be separated into this compartment on…
283 terms
Gross Anatomy Exam 3
Axial Skeleton
Sutures
Anterior Fontanel
Sphenoid Bone
bones that form from the skull, vertebral column, & thorax
-hold bones of skull together by fibrous connective tissue (f…
largest "soft-spot" of newborn cranium... -smaller areas of soft…
-keystone of skull... -sits in middle of skull & interconnects m…
Axial Skeleton
bones that form from the skull, vertebral column, & thorax
Sutures
-hold bones of skull together by fibrous connective tissue (f…
gross anatomy EXAM 3
V1 foramen
V2 foramen
V3 foramen
Geniculate ganglion
superior orbital fissure
foramen rotundum
foramen ovale
sensory of CN VII
V1 foramen
superior orbital fissure
V2 foramen
foramen rotundum
288 terms
Gross Anatomy Exam 3
supracilliary arch
palpebral sulci
ala of nose
philtrum
bony ridge above orbit
creases formed by upper and lower lids
lateral walls of nostrils
midline indentation of upper lip
supracilliary arch
bony ridge above orbit
palpebral sulci
creases formed by upper and lower lids
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Gross Anatomy Lab 3
gluteus maximus (origin)
gluteus maximus (insertion)
gluteus maximus (action)
gluteus maximus (nerve supply)
posterior sacrum... posterior ilium: sacrotuberous ligament and…
gluteal tuberosity of the femur... lateral condyle of the tibia…
extension of hip... external rotation of extended hip
inferior gluteal nerve
gluteus maximus (origin)
posterior sacrum... posterior ilium: sacrotuberous ligament and…
gluteus maximus (insertion)
gluteal tuberosity of the femur... lateral condyle of the tibia…
50 terms
Gross Anatomy Lab 3
Biceps Brachii Origin
Biceps Brachii Insertion
Biceps Brachii Action
Biceps Brachii Nerve Supply
Short Head: Corocoid Process of Scapula... Long Head: Supragleno…
Tendon: Radial Tuberosity... Bicipital Aponeuosis: Deep Fascia o…
Both Heads: Supination of Forearm... Flexion of Elbow... Short Head…
Musculocutaneous Nerve
Biceps Brachii Origin
Short Head: Corocoid Process of Scapula... Long Head: Supragleno…
Biceps Brachii Insertion
Tendon: Radial Tuberosity... Bicipital Aponeuosis: Deep Fascia o…
106 terms
Gross Anatomy Exam 3
Where does the tricep insert?
What bones articulate with the base of…
What forms the medial border of the cu…
What is the vein that connects the bas…
Olecranon
Lunate (and scaphoid)
Pronator teres m.
Medial cubital vein
Where does the tricep insert?
Olecranon
What bones articulate with the base of…
Lunate (and scaphoid)
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Gross Anatomy Quiz 3
medial boundary of anterior triangle
lateral boundary of anterior triangle
superior boundary of anterior triangle
four smaller triangles
median plane of the neck
anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle
inferior border of the mandible
divided by digastric and omohyoid muscles... -muscular... -carotid…
medial boundary of anterior triangle
median plane of the neck
lateral boundary of anterior triangle
anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle
Gross Anatomy: Outline 3
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
neurons
glia
enclosed in bone... brain... - brain stem ... - cerebellum... -cerebru…
outside of bone... 12 pairs of cranial nerves... 31 pairs of spinal…
cell body... neurites (projections): ... - axon (send messages)... -…
more negative than neurons, far more glia than neurons... - supp…
Central Nervous System
enclosed in bone... brain... - brain stem ... - cerebellum... -cerebru…
Peripheral Nervous System
outside of bone... 12 pairs of cranial nerves... 31 pairs of spinal…
154 terms
Gross Anatomy 3 (Head & Neck)
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
Encloses the brain and its meninges, v…
eight bones of neurocranium (encapsula…
viscerocranium (face) includes:
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
Neurocranium (brain)
frontal, ethmoid, sphenoid, occipital, temporal, parietal
inferior orbit, nasal cavity, oral cavity
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
☆☆ Beginning of Reeves: Osteology ☆☆
Encloses the brain and its meninges, v…
Neurocranium (brain)
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Gross Anatomy Unit 3
The principal and most anterior part o…
The outer layer of the cerebrum compos…
The lobe of the brain that is associat…
The lobe of the brain that is associat…
Cerebrum
Cerebral cortex
Frontal lobe
Parietal lobe
The principal and most anterior part o…
Cerebrum
The outer layer of the cerebrum compos…
Cerebral cortex
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CNS Gross anatomy 3
2 dorsal horns (sensory info) and 2 ve…
3 myelinated fasciculi (dorsal, latera…
number of spinal segments and nerves
number of cervical spinal segments
spinal cord gray matter
spinal cord white matter
31
8
2 dorsal horns (sensory info) and 2 ve…
spinal cord gray matter
3 myelinated fasciculi (dorsal, latera…
spinal cord white matter
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Gross Anatomy -- Practical 3
Mandible
Hyoid bone
Tongue
Pharynx
...
...
...
...
Mandible
...
Hyoid bone
...
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gross brain anatomy 3
brainstem
hindbrain
reticular formation
midbrain
central structures of the brain including the hindbrain, midb…
evolutionarily the oldest part of the brain; contains the pon…
midbrain area in which nuclei and fiber pathways are mixed, p…
central part of the brain that contains neural circuits for h…
brainstem
central structures of the brain including the hindbrain, midb…
hindbrain
evolutionarily the oldest part of the brain; contains the pon…
129 terms
Gross Anatomy Chapter 3
thorax
thoracic cavity
functions of the thorax
thoracic wall
irregularly shaped cylinder with a narrow opening superiorly,…
enclosed by the thoracic wall and the diaphragm and subdivide…
1. Breathing: the diaphragm and changes in the lateral and an…
posteriorly, it is made up of 12 thoracic vertebrae and their…
thorax
irregularly shaped cylinder with a narrow opening superiorly,…
thoracic cavity
enclosed by the thoracic wall and the diaphragm and subdivide…
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3) Gross Anatomy of bone
Diaphysis
Marrow cavity
Metaphysis
Epiphyseal line
-a.k.a shaft... -characterized by having a thick layer of compac…
-medullary cavity and central cavity... -fat storage, not invo…
beyond the diaphysis
-where development and growth occurs... -before ossified is call…
Diaphysis
-a.k.a shaft... -characterized by having a thick layer of compac…
Marrow cavity
-medullary cavity and central cavity... -fat storage, not invo…
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