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Lab Practical15 Stations, 5 items each – total 75 questions worth 2 points eachContentsLab Practical.................................................................................................................................................1Body Cavities...........................................................................................................................................1Regions of the Body.................................................................................................................................1Pleura (linings).........................................................................................................................................1Microscope..............................................................................................................................................2Tissues and Skin.......................................................................................................................................3Skeletal System........................................................................................................................................5Axial Skeleton..........................................................................................................................................7Appendicular Skeleton.............................................................................................................................8Joints.......................................................................................................................................................9Muscles of the Head and Neck................................................................................................................9Muscles of the Trunk...............................................................................................................................9Muscles of the Chest and Shoulder.........................................................................................................9Muscles of the Arms................................................................................................................................9Muscles of the Lower Limbs....................................................................................................................9Flash cards...............................................................................................................................................9Body CavitiesBody Cavities and MembranesName of CavityAssociated VisceraMembranous LiningCranial cavityBrainMeningesVertebral canalSpinal cordMeningesThoracic cavityPleural cavities (2)Pericardial cavityLungsHeartPleuraePericardiumAbdominopelvic cavityAbdominal cavityPelvic cavityDigestive organs, spleen, kidneysBladder, rectum, reproductive organsPeritoneumPeritoneum
Regions of the BodyCranialFacial (Frontal, Orbital, Buccal, Mental)NasalOralCervicalNuchalVertebralAcromial (shoulder)ScapularThoracic (Pectoral, Sternal)Axillary (armpit)AbdominalUmbilicalLumbarSacralGlutealCoxalInguinalPubicUpper LimbsBrachial (arm)Cubital (elbow)Antebrachial (forearm)CarpalManualDigitalLower LimbsFemoralPatellarPoplitealCruralTarsalCalcanealPedalDigitalFour Quadrants of the AbdomenTwo perpendicular lines intersecting at the umbilicus (navel) divide the abdomenNine Regions of the AbdomenRightHypochondriac regionEpigastric regionLefHypochondriac regionSubcostal LineRight Lumbar (lateral abdominal)regionUmbilical regionLef Lumbar (lateral abdominal)regionIntertubercular lineRightInguinal (iliac) regionHypogastric (pubic) regionLefInguinal (iliac) regionRight UpperLeft UpperRight LowerLeft LowerQuadrants of the AbdomenMidclavicular line
Pleura (linings)The Thoracic CavitySerous membranes– secrete a lubricating film of moisture similar to blood serumPericardial (Heart)oViceral pericardium– inner layer of the pericardium which forms the surface of the heart itselfoPericardial cavity– separates the visceral and parietal pericardiumoPericardial cavity– separates the visceral and parietal pericardiumoParietal pericardium(pericardial sac) – outer layerPleural (Lungs)oViceral pleura– external surface of the lungoPleural cavity– the narrow space between the the visceral and parietal pleuraoPleural fluid– lubricates the pleural cavityoParietal pleura– lines the inside of the rib cageThe Abdominopelvic Cavityparietal peritoneum– outer layer of the peritoneum that lines the abdominopelvic cavityperitoneal cavity– the space between the parietal and visceral layersperitoneal fluid– lubricates the peritoneal cavityvisceral peritoneum– the inner layer of the peritoneum , suspending certain abdominal viscera from the body wall, covering their outer surfaces, and holding them in placeSerousmembrane (serosa)—internalmembraneSimple squamous epitheliumresting on a layer of areolartissueProduces serous fluid that arises from bloodCovers organs and lines walls of body cavities Endothelium

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Bones of the head and neck, abdominopelvic cavity, Foramina of the skull, glenoid cavity

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