Lecture 2 NS 3420 Body Cavities and the Integumentary System

Lecture 2 NS 3420 Body Cavities and the Integumentary...

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NS3420  Laboratory Studies for  Human Anatomy and Physiology Marla Lujan, PhD Assistant Professor Division of Nutritional Sciences 216 Savage Hall mel245@cornell.edu
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New on Blackboard Revised Office Hours Finalized Mentor Groups  Any concerns?  Lab#2 Lab Station Handouts Post-Lab Assignment #1 Pre-Lab Assignment #2 Announcements
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For the purposes of this course, the point of reference for “laterality” is the midsagittal plane Bilateral (on both sides) Contralateral (opposite sides) Ipsilateral (same side) “SIDE”  means LEFT or RIGHT Points to Clarify
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When an organ has been removed from the body, orient the specimen in the anatomical position Then decide the following: What is left side and what is right side? What are the superior and inferior aspects? What are the anterior and posterior aspect? These designations NEVER  change! Points to Clarify
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When describing parts of the appendages it is more appropriate to use Proximal/Distal and not Superior/Inferior Points to Clarify
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What term best describes the location of the knee with respect to the ankle? a. posterior b. superior c. distal d. proximal iClicker Review
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The thumb is ________ to the little finger. a. lateral b. medial c. inferior d. distal iClicker Review
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While performing a dissection, the students noticed that the veins were closer to the skin than the arteries. Therefore, the veins were _______to the arteries. a. anterior b. posterior c. superficial d. deep iClicker Review
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The plane that divides the body into ventral and dorsal portions is the: a. coronal b. horizontal c. frontal d. A and C iClicker Review
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Regional Terms
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The word cervical pertains to what region of your body? a. elbow b. vagina c. neck d. knee iClicker Review
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If a patient complained of pain in the brachial area, what area would you examine? a. chest b. arm c. wrist d. ear iClicker Review
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Lab#2 BODY CAVITIES AND THE INTEGUMENTARY  SYSTEM Four Stations 1. Histological Examination of Epithelia 2. Body Cavities and Membranes 3. Models of the Skin 4. Injury, Repair and Healing of the Skin
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Histological examination of epithelia Objectives 1. To name, classify and describe the various  types of epithelia. 2. To learn the primary functions and locations of  the different types of epithelial tissue. 3. To understand the structural and functional  differences among the types of epithelia .
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Groups of cells similar in structure and function Types of tissues 1. Epithelial tissue (covering) 2. Connective tissue (support) 3. Muscle tissue (movement) 4. Nerve tissue (control) Tissues of the body
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Lecture 2 NS 3420 Body Cavities and the Integumentary...

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