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Chapter 6: Nerve laceration
Median nerve laceration- Sensory loss
Median nerve laceration- Motor loss fo…
Median nerve laceration- Motor loss fo…
Median nerve laceration- Deformity
Sensory loss: ... -Central palm (thumb to radial 1/2 of ring fin…
Motor loss:... -Lumbrical I and II (MCP flexion of digits II and…
Motor loss:... -Lumbrical I and II (MCP flexion of digits II and…
Deformity: ... -flattening of the thenar eminence, "APE HAND"... -C…
Median nerve laceration- Sensory loss
Sensory loss: ... -Central palm (thumb to radial 1/2 of ring fin…
Median nerve laceration- Motor loss fo…
Motor loss:... -Lumbrical I and II (MCP flexion of digits II and…
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Chapter 6 - Nerves of the Head
Fifth cranial nerve
12
Ophthalmic nerve
Mandibular nerve
AKA: Facial Nerve. Largest of the cranial nerves; The chief s…
The amount of pairs of cranial nerves that originate in the b…
Supplies impulses to the skin of the forehead, upper eyelids,…
Affects the muscles of the chin, lower lip, and external ear.
Fifth cranial nerve
AKA: Facial Nerve. Largest of the cranial nerves; The chief s…
12
The amount of pairs of cranial nerves that originate in the b…
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Chapter 6 - Nerves of the Face and Neck
Seventh cranial nerve (AKA: facial ner…
12
Posterior auricular nerve
Temporal nerve
The chief motor nerve of the face.
The amount of pairs of cranial nerves that originate in the b…
Affects the muscles behind the ear at the base of the skull.
Affects the muscles of the temple, side of the forehead, eyeb…
Seventh cranial nerve (AKA: facial ner…
The chief motor nerve of the face.
12
The amount of pairs of cranial nerves that originate in the b…
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Chapter 6 - Nerves of the Lower Leg and Foot
Tibial nerve
Sciatic nerve
Common peroneal nerve
Deep peroneal nerve (AKA: anterior tib…
A division of the sciatic nerve that passes behind the knee.…
Largest and longest nerve in the body.
A division of the sciatic nerve that extends from behind the…
Extends down the front of the leg, behind the muscles. It sup…
Tibial nerve
A division of the sciatic nerve that passes behind the knee.…
Sciatic nerve
Largest and longest nerve in the body.
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Chapter 6: Tendon Repairs and Peripheral Nerve Injuries
Rationale for early mobilization-
OT Goals-
Early mobilization programs for flexor…
Kleinert Protocol- definition
-prevents adhesion formation... -facilitates wound/tendon healing
-increase tendon excursion... -improve strength at repair site... -…
-the Kleinert Protocol... -the Duran Protocol
Definition: passive flexion using rubber band traction and ac…
Rationale for early mobilization-
-prevents adhesion formation... -facilitates wound/tendon healing
OT Goals-
-increase tendon excursion... -improve strength at repair site... -…
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MOTIVATION - Histology, Chapter 6: Nerve Tissue
Showing: Relationship between the spin…
Molecular and granular layers of the g…
Showing: Cross section of gyri of the…
Showing: Motor neuron... NU: Nucleolus... N…
What is the photomicrograph showing?... Identify: F, V, W, DG,…
What is the photomicrograph showing?... Identify: M, G, P, W
What is the photomicrograph showing?... Identify: C, W, V, CC a…
What is the photomicrograph showing?... Identify: NU, NB, AH, A…
Showing: Relationship between the spin…
What is the photomicrograph showing?... Identify: F, V, W, DG,…
Molecular and granular layers of the g…
What is the photomicrograph showing?... Identify: M, G, P, W
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Chapter 6 blood and nerve supply
Osseous tissue is highly vascular why
The humerus has three major sets of of…
number one set of blood and nerve suppy
number 2 set of blood and nerve supply
so bones can grow and be maintained
true
nutrient artery and vein: blood vessel that supply the diaphy…
metaphyseal vessels: supply blood to inner diaphyseal surface…
Osseous tissue is highly vascular why
so bones can grow and be maintained
The humerus has three major sets of of…
true
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Chapter 6 (PIII) Spinal Nerves
31 pairs
Dorsal Ramus
Ventral Ramus
myatome
How many pairs of spinal nerves?
Structure: somatic sensory and motor fibers... Function: innerva…
Structure: somatic sensory and motor fibers AND autonomic fib…
muscle... -map of motor areas associated with spinal nerve
31 pairs
How many pairs of spinal nerves?
Dorsal Ramus
Structure: somatic sensory and motor fibers... Function: innerva…
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Chapter 6. Human Muscles. Origin, Insertion, Action, Nerve
Rhomboid Major
Rhomboid Major... a,n
Rhomboid Minor
Rhomboid Minor... a,n
O. T2-T5 ... I. Scapula
A. retraction, downward rotation of scapula... N. dorsal scapula…
O. C7&T1 ... I. Scapula
A. retraction, downward rotation of scapula... N. dorsal scapula…
Rhomboid Major
O. T2-T5 ... I. Scapula
Rhomboid Major... a,n
A. retraction, downward rotation of scapula... N. dorsal scapula…
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CHAPTER 6 - BONE, MUSCLE, NERVE
(B) Bone that forms the forehead
(B) Hindmost bone of the skull
(B) Bones that form sides of the head…
(B) Bone that forms the sides and crow…
Frontal
Occipital
Temporal
Parietal
(B) Bone that forms the forehead
Frontal
(B) Hindmost bone of the skull
Occipital
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Chapter 6 Nerves of the Head, Face, and Neck
Fifth cranial nerve
Ophthalmic area
Mandibular area
Maxillary area
AKA: trigeminal nerve; It is the largest cranial nerve; It is…
Upper branch of 5th cranial nerve; Supplies impulses to the s…
Lower branch of the 5th cranial nerve; Affects the muscles of…
Middle branch of the 5th cranial nerve; Supplies impulses to…
Fifth cranial nerve
AKA: trigeminal nerve; It is the largest cranial nerve; It is…
Ophthalmic area
Upper branch of 5th cranial nerve; Supplies impulses to the s…
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Chapter 6--Arteries/Nerves
Supraorbital Artery
Inraorbital Artery
Facial Artery
Superficial Temporal Artery
branch of the internal carotid artery that supplies blood to…
branch of the internal carotid artery that supplies blood to…
a.k.a. external maxillary artery, branch of the external caro…
a continuation of the external carotid nerve artery that supp…
Supraorbital Artery
branch of the internal carotid artery that supplies blood to…
Inraorbital Artery
branch of the internal carotid artery that supplies blood to…
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Nerves Chapter 6
nervous system
neurology
central nervous system
peripheral nervous system
an exceptionally well-organized body system, composed of the…
the scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
consists of the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves, and crania…
system of nerves that connects the peripheral (outer) parts o…
nervous system
an exceptionally well-organized body system, composed of the…
neurology
the scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
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Chapter 6 ~ Fifth Cranial Nerve (pg. 136)
fifth cranial nerve (V)
ophthalmic nerve
mandibular nerve
maxillary nerve
also known as Trifacial or Trigeminal nerve. It is the chief…
affects the skin of the forehead, upper eyelids, and interior…
affects the muscles of the chin and lower lip.
affects the upper part of the face.
fifth cranial nerve (V)
also known as Trifacial or Trigeminal nerve. It is the chief…
ophthalmic nerve
affects the skin of the forehead, upper eyelids, and interior…
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CHAPTER 6 NERVES (MILADYS)
central nervous system
Central nervous system consists of . . .
Peripheral Nervous System
Automatic Nervous System
controls conspicuous mental activites, voluntary functions of…
brain, spinal cord, spinal nerve, and cranial nerve
connects the peripheral (outer) parts of the body to the CNS.…
controls the involuntary muscles: regulates actions of smooth…
central nervous system
controls conspicuous mental activites, voluntary functions of…
Central nervous system consists of . . .
brain, spinal cord, spinal nerve, and cranial nerve
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Chapter 6 - Nerves of the Lower Leg and Foot
Tibial nerve
Sciatic nerve
Common peroneal nerve
Deep peroneal nerve (AKA: anterior tib…
A division of the sciatic nerve that passes behind the knee.…
Largest and longest nerve in the body.
A division of the sciatic nerve that extends from behind the…
Extends down the front of the leg, behind the muscles. It sup…
Tibial nerve
A division of the sciatic nerve that passes behind the knee.…
Sciatic nerve
Largest and longest nerve in the body.
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Chapter 6 - nerve impulse and action potentials
neuromuscular junction
synaptic cleft
step 1
step 2
association site of axon terminal of motor neuron and sarcole…
gap between nerve and muscle... nerve and muscle do not make con…
calcium channels open, and calcium ions enter axon terminal
calcium ion entry causes some synaptic vesicles to release ACh
neuromuscular junction
association site of axon terminal of motor neuron and sarcole…
synaptic cleft
gap between nerve and muscle... nerve and muscle do not make con…
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Chapter 6 anatomy artery and nerve flash cards
Facial artery
Submental Artery
Inferior labial artery
Angular artery
Supplies blood to lower region of the face
Supplies blood to the chin and lower lip
Supplies blood to lower lip
Supplies blood to Side of the nose
Facial artery
Supplies blood to lower region of the face
Submental Artery
Supplies blood to the chin and lower lip
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Chapter 6: Blood and Nerve Supply of Bone
Periosteal arteries
Periosteal veins
Nutrient foramen
Nutrient artery
accompanied by nerves enter the diaphysis and supply the peri…
carries blood away; exits through the periosteum.
hole in compact bone for the nutrient artery
near the center of the diaphysis and passes through the nutri…
Periosteal arteries
accompanied by nerves enter the diaphysis and supply the peri…
Periosteal veins
carries blood away; exits through the periosteum.
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CHAPTER 6 NERVES (MILADYS)
central nervous system
Central nervous system consists of . . .
Peripheral Nervous System
Automatic Nervous System
controls conspicuous mental activites, voluntary functions of…
brain, spinal cord, spinal nerve, and cranial nerve
connects the peripheral (outer) parts of the body to the CNS.…
controls the involuntary muscles: regulates actions of smooth…
central nervous system
controls conspicuous mental activites, voluntary functions of…
Central nervous system consists of . . .
brain, spinal cord, spinal nerve, and cranial nerve
Chapter 6 Cranial Nerves and Their Functions
Olfactory nerves
Optic nerves
Oculomotor nerves
Trochlear nerves
Conduct impulses from receptors in the nose to the brain and…
conduct impulses from receptors in the eyes to the brain and…
send motor impulses to four of the external eye muscles, as w…
send motor impulse to one external eye muscle of each eye
Olfactory nerves
Conduct impulses from receptors in the nose to the brain and…
Optic nerves
conduct impulses from receptors in the eyes to the brain and…
Chapter 6.4 - Blood and Nerve Supply of Bone
Periosteal Arteries
Nutrient Artery
Nutrient Foramen
Metaphyseal Arteries
Small arteries accompanied by nerves, enter the diaphysis thr…
Passes through a hole in compact bone near the center of the…
Hole in compact bone near the center of the diaphysis a large…
Enter the metaphyses of a long bone and, together with the nu…
Periosteal Arteries
Small arteries accompanied by nerves, enter the diaphysis thr…
Nutrient Artery
Passes through a hole in compact bone near the center of the…
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Chapter 6 (PIII) Cranial Nerves
Olfactory I (1)
Optic II (2)
Oculomotor III (3)
Trochlear IV (4)
Function: smell... •Neuron: sensory
Function: vision... •Neuron: sensory
•Function: eye movement... •Neuron: motor
•Function: eye movement... •Neuron: motor
Olfactory I (1)
Function: smell... •Neuron: sensory
Optic II (2)
Function: vision... •Neuron: sensory
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Ch6: fifth cranial nerve
Fifth cranial nerve
Ophthalmic
Mandibular
Maxillary
Chief sensory nerve of the face that consists of 3 branches,…
Affects skin of the forehead and upper eyelids, and interior…
Affects muscles of the chin and lower lip
Affects the upper part of the face
Fifth cranial nerve
Chief sensory nerve of the face that consists of 3 branches,…
Ophthalmic
Affects skin of the forehead and upper eyelids, and interior…
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Milady Chapter 6 Nerves & Blood (half)
Median Nerve
Neurology
Nervous System
Nerves
Sensory-motor nerve that is smaller than the ulnar and radial…
The scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
Body system composed of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, t…
Are whitish cords made up of bundles of nerve fibers, held to…
Median Nerve
Sensory-motor nerve that is smaller than the ulnar and radial…
Neurology
The scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
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Anatomy 3100 Chapter 6 - Cranial Nerves
Some Say Marilyn Monroe, but my brothe…
Oh Once one takes the anatomy final, v…
Cranial Nerve I
Cranial Nerve II
Pneumonic to help remember the 12 cranial nerves and if they…
Peneumonic to help remember the 12 cranial nerve names
Olfactory
Optic
Some Say Marilyn Monroe, but my brothe…
Pneumonic to help remember the 12 cranial nerves and if they…
Oh Once one takes the anatomy final, v…
Peneumonic to help remember the 12 cranial nerve names
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Chapter 6 EB: Cranium & Cranial Nerves
Ossification during Development
Skull Size
Baby Skull Differences
Frontal Suture
Calvaria develops via intramembranous ossification, most bone…
Baby Head height = 1/4 of entire body, Adult Head height = 1/…
frontal and parietal eminences are MUCH more notable, no mast…
present in newborn, fused by year 8 (remains in 8% of adults:…
Ossification during Development
Calvaria develops via intramembranous ossification, most bone…
Skull Size
Baby Head height = 1/4 of entire body, Adult Head height = 1/…
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chapter 6 Nervous System (Terminal Nerves)
Axillary Nerve (b.p)
Musculocutaneous Nerve (b.p)
Radial Nerve (b.p)
Median Nerve (b.p)
spinal cord segment: C5,C6... muscle innervation: deltoid, teres…
spinal cord segment: C5, C6... muscle innervation: coracobrachia…
spinal cord segment: C6-T1... muscle innervation: triceps, ancon…
spinal cord segment:C6-T1... muscle innervation: pronators, wris…
Axillary Nerve (b.p)
spinal cord segment: C5,C6... muscle innervation: deltoid, teres…
Musculocutaneous Nerve (b.p)
spinal cord segment: C5, C6... muscle innervation: coracobrachia…
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Chapter 6 EB: Cranium & Cranial Nerves
Ossification during Development
Skull Size
Baby Skull Differences
Frontal Suture
Calvaria develops via intramembranous ossification, most bone…
Baby Head height = 1/4 of entire body, Adult Head height = 1/…
frontal and parietal eminences are MUCH more notable, no mast…
present in newborn, fused by year 8 (remains in 8% of adults:…
Ossification during Development
Calvaria develops via intramembranous ossification, most bone…
Skull Size
Baby Head height = 1/4 of entire body, Adult Head height = 1/…
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Chapter 6: nerves and blood vessels of upper extremity
plexes
brachial plexes
superclavical
infraclavicular
spinal nerves innervating the musculature that form nexworks…
C5, C6, C7, C8 and T1, T2 and C4 nerve roots... although there a…
anterior rami (branches or arms) form brachial plexus divided…
below the clavical
plexes
spinal nerves innervating the musculature that form nexworks…
brachial plexes
C5, C6, C7, C8 and T1, T2 and C4 nerve roots... although there a…
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lab chapter 6 cranial nerves
I (1) OLFACTORY (SENSORY)
II (2) OPTIC (SENSORY)
III (3) OCULOMOTOR (MOTOR)
IV (4) TROCHLEAR (MOTOR)
-Carries information about the sense of smell to the brain.... -…
-Carry AFFERENT impulses impulses for VISION
- MOTOR to the EYE
-Serves superior OBLIQUE MUSCLE
I (1) OLFACTORY (SENSORY)
-Carries information about the sense of smell to the brain.... -…
II (2) OPTIC (SENSORY)
-Carry AFFERENT impulses impulses for VISION
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Chapter 6 Nerves of the Head, Face, and Neck
AKA: trifacial nerve or trigeminal ner…
Supplies impulses to the skin of the f…
Affects the muscles of the chin, lower…
Supplies impulses to the upper part of…
Fifth cranial nerve
Ophthalmic nerve
Mandibular nerve
Maxillary nerve
AKA: trifacial nerve or trigeminal ner…
Fifth cranial nerve
Supplies impulses to the skin of the f…
Ophthalmic nerve
Netters Chapter 6.6 Blood and Nerve supply of Bone, 6.7 Bone formation
Periosteal arteries
Nutrient artery
Nutrient foramen
The path of the artery through the bon…
small arteries accompany by nerves, entering the diaphysis th…
enters the compact bone at an oblique angle through the nutri…
where the nutrient artery enters the compact bone at an obliq…
the dominant growth end of bone.
Periosteal arteries
small arteries accompany by nerves, entering the diaphysis th…
Nutrient artery
enters the compact bone at an oblique angle through the nutri…
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Chapter 6 terms 1 (cranial nerves, divisions of nervous system)
Olfactory nerve
Optic nerve
Oculomotor nerve
Trochlear nerve
CN I
CN II
CN III
CN IV
Olfactory nerve
CN I
Optic nerve
CN II
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Nerve Innervation Ch 6
Biceps Brachii long head
Biceps Brachii Short Head
Brachialis
Brachioradialis
Musculocutaneous
Musculocutaneous
Musculocutaneous
Radial Nerve
Biceps Brachii long head
Musculocutaneous
Biceps Brachii Short Head
Musculocutaneous
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Chapter 6 pg128-131, 132-136 Nerves and blood
Fifth cranial nerve
Ophthalmic nerve
Mandibular nerve
Maxillary nerve
Largest cranial nerve. Aka trifacial nerve of trigeminal nerv…
Supplies impulses to the skin of the forehead, upper eyelids,…
Affects the muscle of the chin, lower lip, and external ears
Supplies impulses to the upper part of the face
Fifth cranial nerve
Largest cranial nerve. Aka trifacial nerve of trigeminal nerv…
Ophthalmic nerve
Supplies impulses to the skin of the forehead, upper eyelids,…
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Chapter 6
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Spinal Cord
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
Neurons
brain and spinal cord
nerves that run down the length of the back and transmit most…
nerves branching out from the spinal cord
the long, thin cells of nerve tissue along which messages tra…
Central Nervous System (CNS)
brain and spinal cord
Spinal Cord
nerves that run down the length of the back and transmit most…
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Chapter 6
Abdominal cavity
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anatomical position
Anatomy
Contains the stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen and most of…
Part of the ventral cavity that contains the abdominal and pe…
The body standing erect with face forward, feet together, arm…
Study of the shape and structure of the human body.
Abdominal cavity
Contains the stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen and most of…
Abdominopelvic cavity
Part of the ventral cavity that contains the abdominal and pe…
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Chapter 6
Filter feeding
Herbivore
Carnivore
Secrete
a way of getting food by straining it out of the water
an animal that eats plants
an animal that eats other animals
form and release, or give off
Filter feeding
a way of getting food by straining it out of the water
Herbivore
an animal that eats plants
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Chapter 6
sensation
perception
bottom-up processing
top-down processing
the process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system…
the process of organizing and interpreting sensory informatio…
analysis that begins with the sensory receptors and works up…
information processing guided by higher level mental processe…
sensation
the process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system…
perception
the process of organizing and interpreting sensory informatio…
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Chapter 6
skeletal system
osteology
structure of a long bone
histology of bone tissue
comprised of bones, cartilage, ligaments and tendons... -each bo…
the study of bone structure and the treatment of bone disorders
medullary cavity contains yellow bone marrow while the spongy…
bone contains a lot of extracellular matrix that surrounds th…
skeletal system
comprised of bones, cartilage, ligaments and tendons... -each bo…
osteology
the study of bone structure and the treatment of bone disorders
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Chapter 6:
Ulnar Grasp
Pincer Grasp
Depth Perception
Macular Degeneration
happens by middle of first year - clamp like grasp
Thumb & Forefinger as early as 5 months
The ability to perceive the relative distance of objects in o…
Blurred vision or vision loss
Ulnar Grasp
happens by middle of first year - clamp like grasp
Pincer Grasp
Thumb & Forefinger as early as 5 months
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Chapter 6
Red Bone Marrow
Hematopoiesis
diaphysis
epiphyses
consists of hematopetic stem cells, bone matrix, fibers, etc.
production of blood formed elements
the long shaft; main portion of the bone
knob-like proximal and distal ends
Red Bone Marrow
consists of hematopetic stem cells, bone matrix, fibers, etc.
Hematopoiesis
production of blood formed elements
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Chapter 6
Metabolism
Lymph
Joint
Nerves
Chemical process that takes place in living organisms through…
Colorless, watery fluid derived from blood plasma as a result…
Place where bones meet one another
Whitish cords made up of fibers held together by connective t…
Metabolism
Chemical process that takes place in living organisms through…
Lymph
Colorless, watery fluid derived from blood plasma as a result…
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Chapter 6
Diaphyis
Epiphyses
Metaphyses
Articular cartilage
Is the bone's shaft of body
Are the proximal and distal ends of the bone
All the regions between the diaphysis and the epiphyseal (the…
Is a thin layer of hyaline cartilage covering the part of the…
Diaphyis
Is the bone's shaft of body
Epiphyses
Are the proximal and distal ends of the bone
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Chapter 6
Long bones
Flat bones
Sutural Bones
Irregular bones
Long and slender bones
thin roughly parallel surfaces (parietal)
between flat bones of the skull (can vary)
complex shapes (vertebrae)... *pic on slide 9
Long bones
Long and slender bones
Flat bones
thin roughly parallel surfaces (parietal)
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Chapter 6
B_6_ functions
B6 RDA/AI
B6 signs of deficiency
Symptoms of B6 toxicity:
- Glycogen metabolism... - Transamination... - Neural function... - R…
Men and women =1.3 mg
- deficiency are rare... -Symptoms include nausea, convulsions,…
- Irreversible nerve damage... - Impaired gait... - UL = 100 mg
B_6_ functions
- Glycogen metabolism... - Transamination... - Neural function... - R…
B6 RDA/AI
Men and women =1.3 mg
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IB Bio Chapter 6+E+H, Hormones, Nerves, and Stimulus
How is the human nervous system organi…
What is a neuron?
What are the categories of peripheral…
What is a nervous system pathway?
The nervous system is composed of cells called neurons. They…
An individual cells which carries electrical impulses from on…
1. Spinal nerves: 31 pairs emerge directly from spinal chord.…
It follows a form of electrical impulses called action potent…
How is the human nervous system organi…
The nervous system is composed of cells called neurons. They…
What is a neuron?
An individual cells which carries electrical impulses from on…
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Vestibulocochlear nerve - chapter 7.6
function of vestibulocochlear nerve
Receptor organ of vestibular part
Pathway of transmission of sound and e…
most common symptoms and signs of leis…
transmisison of info about sound and equilibrium from inner e…
Labyrinth; 3 semicircular canals (posterior, superior, horizo…
Receptor cells in ampullar and macular cristae --> vestibular…
Most common symptom:... - Vertigo... Most common signs:... - Nystagmu…
function of vestibulocochlear nerve
transmisison of info about sound and equilibrium from inner e…
Receptor organ of vestibular part
Labyrinth; 3 semicircular canals (posterior, superior, horizo…
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