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Lab practical 1 – study outline Endocrine system 1. Know to recognize the endocrine glands on a wall mount, human torso model and in the dissected cat 2. Look at slides of endocrine glands: Pituitary gland – distinguish between anterior and posterior Thyroid gland – follicles with cavity filled with colloid (fluid within cavity), follicular cells, C cells/parafollicular cells Parathyroid gland Adrenal gland – distinguish between cortex and medulla. 3 cortical layers: zona glumrulosa, zona fasciculate and zona reticularis Pancreas – identify the endocrine part – islets of Langerhans Ovary – identify ovarian follicles and corpus luteum Testis – seminiferous tubules and interstitial (Leydig) cells Blood 1. Know the different blood components – plasma and formed elements 2. Look at slides of blood smear and know to recognize the different formed elements 3. Know the principles and use of different blood tests we conducted – hematocrit and the
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Unformatted text preview: ABO/Rh test 4. Know to identify anemia in general, sickle cell anemia and leukemia in general under the microscope Heart anatomy Look at heart models and pig's heart and identify the different parts Heart conductive system 1. Look at a heart model and identify the parts of the conductive system 2. Know the principles of the ECG and identify the different deflection waves and their physiological significance 3. Know to calculate heart rate from the ECG graph Blood vessels 1. Look at blood vessels slides and know to distinguish between artery and vein. Identify the 3 tunics of a blood vessel 2. Know to identify the different blood vessels on a human model 3. Know to identify the main blood vessels in the dissected cat Cardiovascular physiology 1. Know the methods and equipment used for measuring and checking heart rate, blood pressure, pulse and heart sounds. 2. Know to identify the pressure points....
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course BIO 2402 taught by Professor Amirashaham-albalancy during the Spring '12 term at Collins.

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