CSDL1P1 - Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Hearing...

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1 Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms Rachael DeMarco, M.S., CCC-SLP z Index cards: z Why did you enroll in this course? z What do you expect to gain from this course? z What are your concerns about the course?
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2 z Hall of Languages 107 z Tuesdays 5:00-7:45 z Snow…… z Communication z Blackboard z Email z Office Hours
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3 z Required Texts z Seikel, J. A., King, D.W. & Drumright, D.G. (2005). Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing . Third Edition . z Alcamo, I. E. (2003). Anatomy Coloring Workbook. Second Edition. z Colored pencils z Follett’s Orange Bookstore z Attendance and Participation z Expected z Not formally graded z Considered in borderline grades at end of semester z Course prerequisite z CSD 212 or equivalent
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4 z Evaluation z Exams z 615 Project z Make-up policy z Grading z Each exam holds equal weight z Exam #4 given during the scheduled final exam period z Spelling Terminology z Anatomy z ana=apart z tomy=to cut z Physiology
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5 Terminology z Clinical anatomy z Descriptive anatomy z Gross anatomy z Microscopic anatomy z Surface anatomy z Developmental anatomy z Pathological anatomy z Comparative anatomy z So, what will we be talking about this semester???
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6 Nervous system Respiratory system Phonate system Articulatory system Auditory system Speech Production The Anatomical Position
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7 Axes z Midline Axis z Body has an axis that follows the course of the spinal column z Neuraxis z Bent at an angle from the spinal cord toward the front of the brain (forehead) Neuraxis
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8 Directional Terms z Ventral, Anterior z Dorsal, Posterior z Superficial z Deep z Distal z Medial z Lateral z Proximal Directional Terms z Rostral z Caudal z Peripheral z Superficial
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9 Neuraxis Directional Terms Planes of Reference z Saggital z Coronal (Frontal) z Transverse
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10 Planes of Reference
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11 Additional Terms z Movement terms z Flexion z Extension z Body Positions z Horizontal z Vertical z Superior z Inferior z Prone/Supine Hierarchary of Organization z Cells z Tissues z Organs z Systems
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course CSD 315/615 taught by Professor Rachaeldemarco during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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CSDL1P1 - Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Hearing...

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