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Muscles additional- veterinary nursing
Connective tissue alternate name
Connective tissue in skeletal muscle
Tendons attach
Tendon qualities
Fascia
Consolidates to from tendons at the end of muscles
Muscle to bone
Elastic and high tensile strength
Connective tissue alternate name
Fascia
Connective tissue in skeletal muscle
Consolidates to from tendons at the end of muscles
Muscles- veterinary nursing
Hypaxial position
Hypaxial function
Epaxial function
Epaxial position
Lie ventral to the transverse processes of the vertebrae (und…
Flex the neck and tail, contributes to flexion of the vereteb…
Support the spine, extend vertebral column, allow lateral fle…
Lie dorsal to the transverse processes of the vertebrae (Above)
Hypaxial position
Lie ventral to the transverse processes of the vertebrae (und…
Hypaxial function
Flex the neck and tail, contributes to flexion of the vereteb…
26 terms
Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Muscles
Superficial Pectoral
Deep Pectoral
Brachiocephalicus
Omotransversarius
O- Cranial Sternum... I- Greater tubercle of humerus... A- Adducts…
O- Sternum... I- Greater tubercle of humerus... A- Adduct and pull…
O- Clavicular intersection... I- Ulna, mastoid, dorsal neck... A- P…
O- Wing of atlas... I- Spine of scapula... A- Advances leg
Superficial Pectoral
O- Cranial Sternum... I- Greater tubercle of humerus... A- Adducts…
Deep Pectoral
O- Sternum... I- Greater tubercle of humerus... A- Adduct and pull…
veterinary science muscles (locomotion)
ligaments attach:
tendons attach:
example of hinge joint:
example of ball and socket joint
bone to bone
bone to muscle
metacarpal
hip
ligaments attach:
bone to bone
tendons attach:
bone to muscle
Veterinary Medical Terminology Muscles and Bones
ankyl/o
arthr/o
calc/o
calcane/o
stiffness; bent; crooked
joint
calcium
calcaneum (heel bone)
ankyl/o
stiffness; bent; crooked
arthr/o
joint
37 terms
Veterinary Technology - Muscle Anatomy
voluntary muscle
involuntary muscle
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
striated muscle that can be controlled voluntarily
a muscle that contracts without conscious control and found i…
multinucleated, striated, voluntary muscle that enables consc…
Striated, involuntary muscle found only in the heart
voluntary muscle
striated muscle that can be controlled voluntarily
involuntary muscle
a muscle that contracts without conscious control and found i…
36 terms
veterinary muscle matching
Deltiod
Deltiod
Deltiod
Triceps brachii
Origin: Acromion process, spine of scapula, Clavicle
Insertion: Deltoid tuberosity of humerus
Action : Abducts the arm
Origin: Proximal end of humerus, scapula
Deltiod
Origin: Acromion process, spine of scapula, Clavicle
Deltiod
Insertion: Deltoid tuberosity of humerus
9 terms
Veterinary Anatomy: Extrinsic muscles of the thoracic limb actions
Cutaneous trunci
Brachiocephalicus
Superficial pectoral
Deep pectoral
twitch the skin
pull limb forward or flex the neck laterally, extend the shou…
adduct and advance the limb (extend the shoulder); pull limb…
adduct and retract the limb (flex shoulder), pulls limb crani…
Cutaneous trunci
twitch the skin
Brachiocephalicus
pull limb forward or flex the neck laterally, extend the shou…
Muscles species adaptations- veterinary nursing
Equine distal limb made up of
Muscle bellies in the horse leg are
Flexors in the horse run down the
Extensors in the horse run down the
Bone, tendons and ligaments
Small and confined to the proximal limb
Palmar/planter aspect of the distal limb
Cranial aspect of the distal limb
Equine distal limb made up of
Bone, tendons and ligaments
Muscle bellies in the horse leg are
Small and confined to the proximal limb
Veterinary Terminology-Chapter 7: Muscles (1-39)
Myology
Tendon
Aponeurosis
Tendon Sheath
The study of muscles
Strong,white bands of connective tissue that attach muscle to…
Acts as a tendon to attach muscle to bone OR as fascia to bin…
Connective tissue surrounding tendons where there is a long d…
Myology
The study of muscles
Tendon
Strong,white bands of connective tissue that attach muscle to…
28 terms
Veterinary nursing prefixes and suffixes and muscles
Anaemia
Apnea
Ataxia
Isometric contraction
Lack of blood or reduced erythrocytes
Lack of breathing
Lack of coordination
Muscle length stays the same tension increase
Anaemia
Lack of blood or reduced erythrocytes
Apnea
Lack of breathing
Muscle types and movement- veterinary nursing
Muscle definition
Muscle types
Skeletal muscle is also known as
What control is skeletal muscle under
One of four basci tissues, made up of cells that can contract…
Skeletal, smooth, cardiac
Striated or voulntary muscle
Voulntary control
Muscle definition
One of four basci tissues, made up of cells that can contract…
Muscle types
Skeletal, smooth, cardiac
7 terms
Veterinary Anatomy: Muscles of the scapula and shoulder actions
Deltoideus
Infraspinatus
Teres minor
Supraspinatus
flex the shoulder
extend or flex the joint, to abduct the shoulder and rotate t…
flex the shoulder, rotate the shoulder laterally and prevent…
extend and stabilize the shoulder joint
Deltoideus
flex the shoulder
Infraspinatus
extend or flex the joint, to abduct the shoulder and rotate t…
27 terms
Veterinary Anatomy - Forelimb muscles, Insertions and Innervations.
ER (TV show)
FM - radio
EL-liot
'Ulnaris'
Extensors - Radial nerve
(Flexors of the carpus and below)... Flexors - medial epicondyle
Extensors - lateral epicondyle
Insert on the accessory carpal bone
ER (TV show)
Extensors - Radial nerve
FM - radio
(Flexors of the carpus and below)... Flexors - medial epicondyle
18 terms
Veterinary Clinical Chemistry: Muscle Clinical Pathology
Describe the biochemistry of CK, CPK.
T/F: Total CK should only be run in ve…
Under what conditions would running to…
What are the "special considerations"…
True.
1. Myositis, polymyositis (i.e., infectious, immune-mediated)…
1. Highly sensitive (e.g., IM injections, shipping, "downers"…
Describe the biochemistry of CK, CPK.
T/F: Total CK should only be run in ve…
True.
Common Veterinary Terminology: Muscle and Joint Actions
Extension
Flexion
Abduction
Adduction
The joint angle increases
The joint angle decreases
The joint moves away from the body
The joint moves towards the body
Extension
The joint angle increases
Flexion
The joint angle decreases
24 terms
Hypaxial & Epaxial Muscles of the Neck & Truck OIA (Veterinary)
Longus capitis m.... Origin
Longus capitis m.... Insertion
Longus capitis m.... Action
Longus capitis m.... Innervation
Caudal portions of the transverse processes of C2-C6
Muscular tubercle of the basioccipital bone of the skull
Flex the atlanto-occipital joint and raw the head & neck down…
Ventral brs. of cervical spinal nn.
Longus capitis m.... Origin
Caudal portions of the transverse processes of C2-C6
Longus capitis m.... Insertion
Muscular tubercle of the basioccipital bone of the skull
20 terms
Veterinary Pharmacology - Quiz 5 - Gastrointestinal, Urinary, and Muscle
Decreasing
b. Subsalicylate is related to aspirin…
c. Metronidazole
d. Pulling water into the colon
Antidiarrheal drugs work by ___ peristalsis of the GI tract
Subsalicylate (PeptoBismol) is not used in cats because... a. Ca…
An antibiotic that is sometimes used as an antidiarrheal beca…
Osmotic laxatives work by... a. Reducing the surface tension of…
Decreasing
Antidiarrheal drugs work by ___ peristalsis of the GI tract
b. Subsalicylate is related to aspirin…
Subsalicylate (PeptoBismol) is not used in cats because... a. Ca…
18 terms
Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: Muscle Function
Cardiac Muscle
Intercalated Disks
Sinoatrial (SA) Node
Purkinje Fibers
Disorganized, intertwined like a woven basket. Fibers are lon…
Connect adjacent cardiac muscle cells and have a low- resista…
Each heartbeat begins when an impulse is generated at the SA…
Muscle fibers that serve as the conduction system of the heart.
Cardiac Muscle
Disorganized, intertwined like a woven basket. Fibers are lon…
Intercalated Disks
Connect adjacent cardiac muscle cells and have a low- resista…
Veterinary Anatomy - Muscular System part 4 (muscles of the forelimb & hindlimb)
triceps brachii
biceps brachii
brachialis
supinator
O: caudal border scapula; proximal humerus... I: dorsal border s…
O: supraglenoid tubercle... I: proximal medical radius/ulna (uln…
O: proximal lateral humerus... I: proximal medial radius/ulna (u…
O: lateral epicondyle... i: proximal cranial radius
triceps brachii
O: caudal border scapula; proximal humerus... I: dorsal border s…
biceps brachii
O: supraglenoid tubercle... I: proximal medical radius/ulna (uln…
20 terms
Veterinary Anatomy - Muscular System part 4 (muscles of the forelimb & hindlimb)
triceps brachii
biceps brachii
brachialis
supinator
O: caudal border scapula; proximal humerus... I: dorsal border s…
O: supraglenoid tubercle... I: proximal medical radius/ulna (uln…
O: proximal lateral humerus... I: proximal medial radius/ulna (u…
O: lateral epicondyle... i: proximal cranial radius
triceps brachii
O: caudal border scapula; proximal humerus... I: dorsal border s…
biceps brachii
O: supraglenoid tubercle... I: proximal medical radius/ulna (uln…
12 terms
Veterinary Anatomy: Extrinsic thoracic limb muscle origins/insertions
Transverse Pectoral
Descending Pectoral
Deep Pectoral
Brachiocephalicus
origin: sternum... insertion: cranial surface of the humerus
origin: sternum... insertion: cranial surface of humerus
origin: sternum... insertion: humerus (greater and lesser tuberc…
origin: clavicular intersection... insertion: skull (neck and sk…
Transverse Pectoral
origin: sternum... insertion: cranial surface of the humerus
Descending Pectoral
origin: sternum... insertion: cranial surface of humerus
32 terms
Ross Vet Prep Veterinary Terminology Musculoskeletal System-Bursa, Joints and Muscle
Ligament
Synovial joints
Immovable joints
Partially moveable joints
Connective tissue binding bones to other bones; supports, str…
Freely moveable joints
Fibrous joints
Cartilaginous joints
Ligament
Connective tissue binding bones to other bones; supports, str…
Synovial joints
Freely moveable joints
5 terms
Veterinary Nursing Muscle Relaxant Drugs (FdSc Yr 2)
neuromuscular blocking agents are cate…
Suxamethonium
Vecuronium
Atracurium
Depolarised ... and... Non - depolarising
- Depolarised... - Rare used... - Causes hyperthermia... - Causes card…
- Non depolarising... - Cardiovascular side effects unlikely to…
- Non depolarising... - rapid onset time... - can release histamine…
neuromuscular blocking agents are cate…
Depolarised ... and... Non - depolarising
Suxamethonium
- Depolarised... - Rare used... - Causes hyperthermia... - Causes card…
38 terms
Veterinary Terminology
Proboscis
Acanthocephalan
Endotoxin
Prophylaxis
Elongated, flexible feeding apparatus, formed of the fused mo…
Elongate, mostly cylindrical organisms (thorny head worms) pa…
A heat-stable toxin, also known as O antigen. may cause hemor…
Prevention of disease; preventative treatment
Proboscis
Elongated, flexible feeding apparatus, formed of the fused mo…
Acanthocephalan
Elongate, mostly cylindrical organisms (thorny head worms) pa…
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 8
cardiovascular
cardi/o
thoracic cavity
mediastinum
pertaining to the heart and vessels
combining form for heart
cavity in which the heart is located; also called the chest c…
cavity that contains the large blood vessels, trachea, esopha…
cardiovascular
pertaining to the heart and vessels
cardi/o
combining form for heart
330 terms
Veterinary Terminology
-algia
-dynia
-emia
-ia
pain (neuralgia=nerve pain)
pain (gastrodynia=pain in stomach)
blood condition (leukemia=cancer of white blood cells)
condition or disease (polyuria=excessive urination)
-algia
pain (neuralgia=nerve pain)
-dynia
pain (gastrodynia=pain in stomach)
23 terms
Veterinary Technology -- Respiratory System
Alveoli
Apex
Base
Bronchi
Air sacs or grape-like clusters found at the ends of each bro…
Upper part of the lung
Lower part of the lung
Trachea divides into these two branches
Alveoli
Air sacs or grape-like clusters found at the ends of each bro…
Apex
Upper part of the lung
70 terms
Veterinary Assisting CDE Review
A term that means 'directed toward the…
The suffix ____ means pain or painful…
The sagittal plane divides the body into
Which plane divides the body perpendic…
buccal
-algia
left and right portions
transverse
A term that means 'directed toward the…
buccal
The suffix ____ means pain or painful…
-algia
Veterinary Science
Arteries
Arterioles
Capillaries
Cranial
carry blood away from the heart
The arteries branch into smaller arterioles as they distribut…
The capillaries are the smallest vessels. These thin-walled c…
(relating to the head)
Arteries
carry blood away from the heart
Arterioles
The arteries branch into smaller arterioles as they distribut…
53 terms
Veterinary medical terminology chapter 4 Tina
barrel
bars
cannon bone
cheek
capacity of chest or trunk
v shaped structure on the distal surface of the hoof
third metacarpal, shin bone
fleshy portion on either side of the face, forms the sides of…
barrel
capacity of chest or trunk
bars
v shaped structure on the distal surface of the hoof
238 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 8
cardiovascular
cardi/o
thoracic cavity
mediastinum
pertaining to the heart and vessels
combining form for heart
cavity in which the heart is located; also called the chest c…
cavity that contains the large blood vessels, trachea, esopha…
cardiovascular
pertaining to the heart and vessels
cardi/o
combining form for heart
25 terms
Surgical Instruments Veterinary Medicine
Mayo Dissecting Scissors
Suture Scissors
Metzenbaum Scissors
Lister Bandage Scissors
-For cutting heavier, tougher tissues (connective tissues)
-Sharp/Sharp, Sharp/Blunt, Blunt/Blunt
-For cutting delicate, thin tissues (fat, thin muscle)
-For cutting bandage material
Mayo Dissecting Scissors
-For cutting heavier, tougher tissues (connective tissues)
Suture Scissors
-Sharp/Sharp, Sharp/Blunt, Blunt/Blunt
108 terms
Veterinary terms
abrasion
anemia
anesthetic
antibiotic
irritation of skin or mucous membrane
red blood cell deficiency
relating to anesthesia; an anesthetic agent, causing a loss o…
substance that destroys disease-causing bacteria
abrasion
irritation of skin or mucous membrane
anemia
red blood cell deficiency
32 terms
An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Terminology Chapter 1
eponyms
prefix
root
combining vowel
words formed from a person's name
word part found at the beginning of a word
word part that gives the essential meaning of the word
singel vowel, usually an o, that is added to the end of a roo…
eponyms
words formed from a person's name
prefix
word part found at the beginning of a word
22 terms
An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Terminology Chapter 14
ocular system
adnexa
stroma
orbit
responsible for vision
accessory structures of an organ
another term used to describe the supporting the tissue of an…
bony cavity of the skull that contains the eyeball
ocular system
responsible for vision
adnexa
accessory structures of an organ
137 terms
Veterinary Terms 2016
proximal
distal
caudal
ventral
nearest the midline or nearest to the beginning of a structure
farthest from the midline or farthest from the beginning of a…
toward the tail
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part
proximal
nearest the midline or nearest to the beginning of a structure
distal
farthest from the midline or farthest from the beginning of a…
Veterinary Science
The term for lying on the side is?
The term for toward the nose
The term caudal means
a sheep is called a
lateral recumbency
rostral
toward the tail
ovine
The term for lying on the side is?
lateral recumbency
The term for toward the nose
rostral
Veterinary Science - Respiratory System
Alveoli
Apnea
Asphyxiation
Bradypnea
Grape-like clusters at ends of bronchioles, exchange of carbo…
Not breathing
Suffocation; blockage of airflow
Abnormally slow respiratory rate
Alveoli
Grape-like clusters at ends of bronchioles, exchange of carbo…
Apnea
Not breathing
247 terms
Veterinary vocabulary
acetabular
acetabulum
Achilles tendon
acoustic meatus
of the cup-shaped socket that receives the head of the thigh…
the cup-shaped hollow in the hipbone into which the head of t…
a large tendon that runs from the heel to the calf
either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to t…
acetabular
of the cup-shaped socket that receives the head of the thigh…
acetabulum
the cup-shaped hollow in the hipbone into which the head of t…
Veterinary Medications Test 1
Acepromazine
Amitraz
Amitryptyline
Amlodipine
Neuroleptic drug used as a sedative and antiemetic
antiparasitic used to control ticks, lice, mites and other an…
Tricyclic antidepressant used to treat separation anxiety, ex…
Calcium channel blocker used decrease blood pressure
Acepromazine
Neuroleptic drug used as a sedative and antiemetic
Amitraz
antiparasitic used to control ticks, lice, mites and other an…
23 terms
An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Terminology Chapter 13
nervous system
sensory neurons
associative neurons
motor neurons
coordinates body activity
nerves that carry sensory impulses toward the CNS
nerves that carry impulses from one neuron to another
nerves that carry impulses away from the CNS and toward the m…
nervous system
coordinates body activity
sensory neurons
nerves that carry sensory impulses toward the CNS
108 terms
General veterinary terminology
abrasion
anemia
anesthetic
antibiotic
irritation of skin or mucous membrane
red blood cell deficiency
relating to anesthesia; an anesthetic agent, causing a loss o…
substance that destroys disease-causing bacteria
abrasion
irritation of skin or mucous membrane
anemia
red blood cell deficiency
73 terms
Veterinary terminology
Bradycardia
Tachycardia
Myocardium
Cardiogenic
Slow heart beat
Fast/increased heart beat
Pertaining to the muscle - heart muscle
Arising from the heart
Bradycardia
Slow heart beat
Tachycardia
Fast/increased heart beat
194 terms
Veterinary Diseases
Well nourished adult sheep lag behind…
Well nourished cattle with crepitant s…
Cattle, chronic, progressive, granulam…
Hemoglobinuria, quick rigor mortis, ch…
Clostridium novyi infection, Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis, B…
Clostridium chauvei, Black leg disease
Actinomycosis bovis
Clostridium haemolyticum, Bacillary hemoglobinuria, Red Water…
Well nourished adult sheep lag behind…
Clostridium novyi infection, Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis, B…
Well nourished cattle with crepitant s…
Clostridium chauvei, Black leg disease
127 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 14
ocular system
eyes
opt/i, opt/o, optic/o. ocul/o and opth…
extraocular
responsible for vision
receptor organs for sight
eye/sight
outside the eyeball
ocular system
responsible for vision
eyes
receptor organs for sight
Veterinary Science - Nervous System
Axon
Brain
Brainstem
Central Nervous System
Sends impulses away from cell
Major organ of nervous system; contained within the skull
Connects the cerebrum with the spinal cord; contains the Medu…
Contains brain and spinal cord
Axon
Sends impulses away from cell
Brain
Major organ of nervous system; contained within the skull
63 terms
Veterinary Assisting Terms: Body Parts
nephro
gastro
hepato
entero
kidney
stomach
liver
small intestine
nephro
kidney
gastro
stomach
122 terms
General Veterinary Terminology
Abrasion
Anemia
Anesthetic
Antibiotic
irritation of skin or mucous membrane
red blood cell deficiency
relating to anesthesia; an anesthetic agent, causing a loss o…
substance that destroys disease-causing bacteria
Abrasion
irritation of skin or mucous membrane
Anemia
red blood cell deficiency
Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology
Four types of cells?
Types of epithelial tissue?
What is adipose connective tissue?
What is loose connective tissue?
Epithelial, connective, muscle, skeletal
Simple epithelial- simple... Stratified epithelial- layered... Glan…
Fat
Collagen fibers
Four types of cells?
Epithelial, connective, muscle, skeletal
Types of epithelial tissue?
Simple epithelial- simple... Stratified epithelial- layered... Glan…
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