Intro and Survey LH 08 - Introduction Study of Human...

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Introduction & Study of Human Anatomy April 1 st & 2 nd , 2008 What to prepare for class: Readings and Information Chapter 1 : The Study of Human Anatomy (pp 1-11 & 18-19) in Human Anatomy , Saladin Atlas A : Survey of Human Anatomy (pp 24-30 & scan pp 31-43) Read course information handout and review course schedule Something to think about BEFORE class 1. Define homeostasis and be able to give a few simple examples of how our bodies maintain homeostasis (see pg 12 for a definition). 2. Jason, a 21 year old healthy male, wakes up one morning with pain near his belly button and slightly nauseated. He thinks nothing of it since it just feels like gas. Several hours later, the pain seems to be getting worse and it now has moved to his lower right quadrant – where is that? Soon he is doubled over with pain and his friends take him to the ER. The doctor tells him that he has all the symptoms of appendicitis but he wants to look for some definite signs – what’s the difference between a symptom and a sign?
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