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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style BODY SYSTEMS CHAPTER 4 Body Cavities  Cranial  Thoracic  Abdominal  Spinal  Pelvic Nervous System  Central Nervous System Brain & Spinal Cord  Peripheral Nervous System Sensory Motor Somatic Central Nervous System  Brain Convoluted  Spinal Cord inch Nerve passageway Reflexes Parts of the Brain  Cerebrum  Cerebellum  Brain Stem Peripheral Nervous System  Outside brain & spinal cord  External to the CNS Sensory Motor Somatic Autonomic Somatic NS  Voluntary/Conscious control  Info from external body to brain (sensory)  Brain interprets info from sensory  Sends info back to body for action (motor)  Uses skeletal muscles Autonomic NS  Involuntary  Works with internal & external  Organ processes, glands, digestion, breathing, circulation Autonomic Nervous  Sympathetic  Parasympathetic Endocrine  Regulates body processes  Produces & secretes hormones  2 main controller glands in brain Glands  Hypothalamus  Pituitary  Thyroid  Pancreas  Adrenal Respiratory System  12-16x per minute - adult  20x - children  Brain damage or death 4-6 min Respiratory  Nose & Mouth  Pharynx  Larynx  Trachea  Lungs  Bronchial tubes (bronchi) Structures  Bronchioles  Alveoli Resp iration Circulatory System  Oxygen & nutrients  Removes CO 2  Communication  150 lb man  4000 gallons Arteries  Carry blood from the heart  Oxygen rich  Exception-pulmonary arteries  Aorta Veins...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course HEALTH AND HED 2354 taught by Professor Ms.robarts during the Spring '11 term at Texas State.

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