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58 terms
Antero-Lateral and Posterior abdominal walls
Anterior Abdominal Wall
you increase pressure to help piss and…
The firs layer of the anterior abdominal
round ligament of unterus. samething f…
has vital organs. no skeleton. just soft tissue
when you contract the anterior abdominal wall
skin
perforates anterior abdominal wall for uterus to go through
Anterior Abdominal Wall
has vital organs. no skeleton. just soft tissue
you increase pressure to help piss and…
when you contract the anterior abdominal wall
19 terms
AP Bio "Antero Bi"
Antero-
Antho-
Anti-
Anthropo-
Front
Flower
Against
Man
Antero-
Front
Antho-
Flower
13 terms
Human AP- posterior body landmarks
calcaneal
cephlic
femoral
gluteal
heal of foot
head
thigh
buttock
calcaneal
heal of foot
cephlic
head
12 terms
ribs - posterior ribs, AP projection
AP projection used when...
IR
SID
markers
patient has upper rib pain and posterior rib pain
14x17in lengthwise for unilateral, transverse for bilateral
40-60in table or upright grid
mark either right or left side
AP projection used when...
patient has upper rib pain and posterior rib pain
IR
14x17in lengthwise for unilateral, transverse for bilateral
12 terms
AP Posterior/Dorsal Regional Terms
Otic
Occipital
Scapular
Vertebral
-ears
-back of head
-back wing
-spine
Otic
-ears
Occipital
-back of head
19 terms
Regional Terms AP1 Posterior
Cephalic
Manus
Plantar
calcaneal
Head
Hand
sole
heel
Cephalic
Head
Manus
Hand
12 terms
AP essentials chapter 1 posterior body landmarks
CalcaneL
Cephalic
Femoral
Gluteal
Heel of the foot
Head
Thigg
Buttock
CalcaneL
Heel of the foot
Cephalic
Head
25 terms
AP Exam 6 (IMAGES) BONES TIB/FIB Posterior
Lateral intercondylar tubercle of inte…
lateral condyle
apex of fibula
head of fibula
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
Lateral intercondylar tubercle of inte…
What is 1?
lateral condyle
What is 2?
6 terms
AP Biology: Cat Dissection--Veins (Posterior)
What is the posterior vena cava?
What is the adrenolumbar?
What is the renal?
What is the common iliac?
the major vein that brings back deoxygenated blood to the hea…
vein that drains the adrenal gland and the dorsal lumbar body…
vein that drays the kidneys
division of the posterior vena cava--vein that drains the leg…
What is the posterior vena cava?
the major vein that brings back deoxygenated blood to the hea…
What is the adrenolumbar?
vein that drains the adrenal gland and the dorsal lumbar body…
8 terms
AP Exam 6 (IMAGES) NERVES Posterior Leg superficial
Branches of lateral cutaneous nerve of…
Lateral sural cutaneous nerve
medial sural cutaneous nerve
sural nerve
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
Branches of lateral cutaneous nerve of…
What is 1?
Lateral sural cutaneous nerve
What is 2?
18 terms
AP Exam 6 (IMAGES) NERVES/Muscles Posterior Lower Limb
Greater Sciatic Foramen
Sciatic Nerve
common fibular divisions of sciatic ne…
short head of biceps femoris muscle
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
Greater Sciatic Foramen
What is 1?
Sciatic Nerve
What is 2?
19 terms
AP Lecture and Lab Practical 2 - Posterior Muscle Labeling Review
Triceps Brachii
Extensor Carpi Radialis
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
1
2
3
4
Triceps Brachii
1
Extensor Carpi Radialis
2
14 terms
AP Exam 5 Muscles (Images) POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT MUSCLES OF THE ARM
Triceps Brachii
infraglenoid tubercle of scapula
humerus (lateral and posterior surface…
humerus (posterior surface of humerus…
Who am I?
Origin Triceps Brachii(Long Head)
Origin Triceps Brachii(Lateral Head)
Origin Triceps Brachii(Medial Head)
Triceps Brachii
Who am I?
infraglenoid tubercle of scapula
Origin Triceps Brachii(Long Head)
34 terms
AP Exam 5 Muscles (Images) Superficial posterior (extensor) compartment forearm
Brachioradialis
humerus (This is a posterior compartme…
radius (near styloid process)
flexes forearm at elbow; supinates and…
Who am I?
Origin Brachioradialis
Insertion Brachioradialis
Action Brachioradialis
Brachioradialis
Who am I?
humerus (This is a posterior compartme…
Origin Brachioradialis
12 terms
AP Exam 5 Nerves (Images) Posterior Sensation of the Arm
Supraclavicular nerves
Posterior cutaneous nerve of arm
Inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm
Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
Supraclavicular nerves
What is 1?
Posterior cutaneous nerve of arm
What is 2?
20 terms
AP Exam 5 Muscles (Images) Deep posterior (extensor) compartment forearm
Abductor Pollicis Longus
posterior radius and ulna
base of thumb (at 1st metacarpal)
abducts and extends thumb
Who am I?
Origin Abductor Pollicis Longus
Insertion Abductor Pollicis Longus
Action Abductor Pollicis Longus
Abductor Pollicis Longus
Who am I?
posterior radius and ulna
Origin Abductor Pollicis Longus
21 terms
AP Exam 6 (Info/Images) LEG Muscles Origin/Insertion POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT
Plantaris
Soleus
Gastrocnemius
Gastrocnemius
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
Who am I?
Plantaris
What is 1?
Soleus
What is 2?
31 terms
AP Exam 6 (Info/Images) LEG Muscles Origin/Insertion *DEEP* POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT
Tibialis Posterior
Flexor digitorum longus
popliteus
flexor hallucis longus
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
Tibialis Posterior
What is 1?
Flexor digitorum longus
What is 2?
25 terms
AP Exam 6 (Info/Images) THIGH Muscles Origin/Insertion POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT
Biceps Femoris
ischial tuberosity
linea aspera of femur
fibular head and lateral tibial condyle
Who am I?
Origin Long head: Biceps Femoris
Origin Short head: Biceps Femoris
Insertion: Biceps Femoris
Biceps Femoris
Who am I?
ischial tuberosity
Origin Long head: Biceps Femoris
23 terms
A&P Ch 1 Posterior Body Regions
Cranial
Occipital
Cervical
Thoracic
Cranial
Occipital
12 terms
Posterior part of heart
Aorta
Left pulmonary artery
Left pulmonary veins
Left atrium
Aorta
Left pulmonary artery
7 terms
p64 Posterior Leg
Tibialis Posterior
flexor digitorum longus
flexor hallucis longus
popliteus
Tibialis Posterior
flexor digitorum longus
11 terms
POSTERIOR BODY LANDMARKS
posterior
cephalic
gluteal
lumbar
structures are those toward the backside of the body
head
the buttocks or rump
the area of the back between the ribs and hips; the loin
posterior
structures are those toward the backside of the body
cephalic
head
40 terms
AP Psych ch 2 Brain Study Guide
frontal lobe
parietal lobe
temporal lobe
occipital lobe
voluntary movement including speaking, thinking, judgment for…
perception and interpretation of most sensory information inc…
hearing, short-term memory, smell, expression of emotion thro…
visual reception and interpretation
frontal lobe
voluntary movement including speaking, thinking, judgment for…
parietal lobe
perception and interpretation of most sensory information inc…
12 terms
Posterior Leg Bones page 576
Medial condyle of tibia
Soleal line
Medial malleolus
Sustentaculum tali
Medial condyle of tibia
Soleal line
13 terms
Posterior Leg Muscles page 575
Vastus lateralis muscle
Sartorius muscle
Tendon of gracilis muscle
Popliteus muscle
Vastus lateralis muscle
Sartorius muscle
12 terms
a&p pg 261 posterior forearm
extensor carpi radialis longus
brachioradialis
extensor carpi radialis brevis
extensor digitorum
extensor carpi radialis longus
brachioradialis
12 terms
Skull - Posterior View
External Occipital Crest
External Occipital Protuberance
Inferior Nuchal Line
Lambdoid Suture
External Occipital Crest
External Occipital Protuberance
7 terms
Humerus and Scapula Posterior Insertions
levator scapulae muscle
rhomboid minor muscle
rhomboid major muscle
supraspinatus muscle
1
2
3
4
levator scapulae muscle
1
rhomboid minor muscle
2
14 terms
a&p pg 158 posterior neck osteology
articular tubercle
head and neck of mandible
mastoid process
posterior arch of atlas (C1)
articular tubercle
head and neck of mandible
9 terms
a&p pg 238 elbow joint, posterior
medial supracondylar ridge
posterior surface of trochlea
ulnar collateral ligament
tendon of triceps brachii
medial supracondylar ridge
posterior surface of trochlea
6 terms
Humerus and Scapula Posterior Origins
supraspinatus muscle
deltoid muscle
infraspinatus muscle
triceps brachii muscle - medial head
1
2
3
4
supraspinatus muscle
1
deltoid muscle
2
8 terms
a&p pg 227 arm posterior
infraspinatus
teres minor
teres major
rhomboid major
infraspinatus
teres minor
29 terms
BIO 214 - Posterior
Deltoid
Rhomboid major
Latissimus dorsi
erector spinae group
Deltoid
Rhomboid major
9 terms
Muscles of the Posterior Trunk
Deltoid
Infraspinatus
Teres major
Latissimus dorsi
Humerus: flexion, extension, abduction
Arm: lateral rotation, adduction
Arm: extension, adduction, medial rotation
Arm: extension, adduction, medial rotation
Deltoid
Humerus: flexion, extension, abduction
Infraspinatus
Arm: lateral rotation, adduction
108 terms
Skull SnowAP
206
Axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton
axial
"Cranium Face"
Approximately how many bones occur in the adult skeleton?
What are the two main divisions of the skeleton?
Which of the two main divisions of the skeletal system consis…
What are the two main divisions of the skull?
206
Approximately how many bones occur in the adult skeleton?
Axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton
What are the two main divisions of the skeleton?
45 terms
Endocrine SnowAP
diabetes mellitus
pituitary gland
pineal gland
"ovaries"
What disease is the leading cause of blindness in the U.S.?
Benign tumors of what structure cause problems with vision an…
Manipulation of the function of what structure can treat slee…
Manipulation of the function of what structure is used as bir…
diabetes mellitus
What disease is the leading cause of blindness in the U.S.?
pituitary gland
Benign tumors of what structure cause problems with vision an…
52 terms
AP Pysch Bio Review
Neuron
Dendrite
Axon
Myelin Sheath
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Part of a neuron that bring information INTO the cell. The re…
Part of a neuron that sends information OUT of the cell. This…
A fatty, insulating membrane surrounding the axon in some neu…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
Dendrite
Part of a neuron that bring information INTO the cell. The re…
9 terms
Posterior Trunk Muscles
Deltoid
Infraspinatus
Teres Major
Latissimus Dorsi
Deltoid
Infraspinatus
77 terms
Pelvic Girdle and Lower Extremity SnowAP
sacrum, coccyx, right os coxae, left o…
ossa coxae
os coxae (innominate bone)
ossa coxae
What four bones make up the adult pelvis?
Which of the bones of the pelvis make up the pelvic girdle?
What are two anatomical terms for what is commonly called the…
What is the plural of "os coxae"?
sacrum, coccyx, right os coxae, left o…
What four bones make up the adult pelvis?
ossa coxae
Which of the bones of the pelvis make up the pelvic girdle?
42 terms
AP Chapter 1 Marieb
Microscopic
Gross or Macroscopic
Levels of Body Organization
Tissue Level
Cytology and Histology
Regional, Systemic, and Surface Anatomy
1. Atoms... 2. Molecules... 3. Cell ... 4. Tissue... 5. Organ... 6. Organ Sy…
Tissues consist of similar types of cells.
Microscopic
Cytology and Histology
Gross or Macroscopic
Regional, Systemic, and Surface Anatomy
88 terms
AP1
ENDOCRINE GLANDS
THE PITUITARIA GLAND
THE THYMUS GLAND
LUTEINIZING HORMONE
Organize groups of tissues which use materials from the blood…
Is made up of an anterior lobe and posterior lobe.
Is both an endocrine gland and lymphatic organ.... This gland p…
(LH) is a pituitary hormone that stimulates ovulation and for…
ENDOCRINE GLANDS
Organize groups of tissues which use materials from the blood…
THE PITUITARIA GLAND
Is made up of an anterior lobe and posterior lobe.
24 terms
Hormones - AP Biology
Endocrine System
Hypothalamus
Anterior pituitary
Growth Hormone
System that releases hormones from glands into the blood stream
Bridge between the endocrine and nervous system; contains the…
Secretes hormones growth hormone, LH, FSH, TSH, and ACTH
Stimulates bone growth
Endocrine System
System that releases hormones from glands into the blood stream
Hypothalamus
Bridge between the endocrine and nervous system; contains the…
70 terms
Circulatory 3 SnowAP
veins
venules
less smooth muscle & valves
pulmonary vein
What type of blood vessel carries blood back to the heart?
What is the smallest type of vein?
How do veins differ structurally from arteries?
What type of vein carries oxygenated blood?
veins
What type of blood vessel carries blood back to the heart?
venules
What is the smallest type of vein?
24 terms
Hormones - AP Biology
Endocrine System
Hypothalamus
Anterior pituitary
Growth Hormone
System that releases hormones from glands into the blood stream
Bridge between the endocrine and nervous system; contains the…
Secretes hormones growth hormone, LH, FSH, TSH, and ACTH
Stimulates bone growth
Endocrine System
System that releases hormones from glands into the blood stream
Hypothalamus
Bridge between the endocrine and nervous system; contains the…
36 terms
Unit #11 AP Heart Anatomy
Right Atrium
Superior Vena Cava
Inferior Vena Cava
Coronary Sinus
Chamber of heart that receives deoxygenated blood from the su…
Large vein that drains deoxygenated blood from head, neck, an…
Large vein that drains deoxygenated blood from the thoracic,…
Vein on the posterior portion of the heart that drains deoxyg…
Right Atrium
Chamber of heart that receives deoxygenated blood from the su…
Superior Vena Cava
Large vein that drains deoxygenated blood from head, neck, an…
34 terms
BIO 201 Lab 13- Posterior Muscles
Splenius Capitus
Trapezius
Triceps brachii
Anconeus
is a broad, straplike muscle in the back of the neck. Flexes…
either of a pair of large triangular muscles extending over t…
*a muscle having two points of attachment at one end, in part…
: a small triangular extensor muscle that is superficially si…
Splenius Capitus
is a broad, straplike muscle in the back of the neck. Flexes…
Trapezius
either of a pair of large triangular muscles extending over t…
55 terms
AP Bio Quiz 1
A , an
ab
ac
aceus; aceous
no; lacking; none
away from; out from
to; toward
of or pertaining to
A , an
no; lacking; none
ab
away from; out from
196 terms
ap bio roots
a, an
ab
ad
alb
no, lacking, none
away from, out from
to, toward
white
a, an
no, lacking, none
ab
away from, out from
68 terms
Circulatory 1 SnowAP
hematology
connective
plasma, leukocytes and platelets, and…
transportation, regulation, protection
What specialty in medicine focuses on blood?
Which of four primary tissue types is blood?
When blood is centrifuged three layers form. List them.
List the three major functions of blood.
hematology
What specialty in medicine focuses on blood?
connective
Which of four primary tissue types is blood?
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