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anatomy final review slides

anatomy final review slides - Final lecture exam(Thu EXAM 4...

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Final lecture exam It is not comprehensive. All 50 questions will be derived from the last part (100). There will be several extra general science questions Remember you also have (4) extra class credits 5/5/2011 (Thu) EXAM 4 4:30-7 PM Check your syllabus! Total grade will be 112-114!
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Final lecture exam Reminder Please remember to bring a picture ID Know your R#, bubble it correctly Remember to bring two pencils Please come 5 minutes earlier and wait outside before the test paper is set up
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Final Exam Office Hours May 4 th Wed 10 am- 12pm & May 5 th Thu 3-4pm If you have any question, please come to my office hour or email me
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Final (4 th ) Exam 1. Digestive System II ( ≈5 Qs) 2. Urogenital system ( ≈ 25 Qs) 3. Cardiovascular system ( ≈ 15 Qs) (Heart, blood vessel & blood) 4. Lymphatic system & immunity ( ≈ 5 Qs ) Please use the key concept and structure list as your guideline & check-up list to prepare for the final exam. The following review materials are highlights ( the most important or difficult points) of the key concept and structure list .
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oral cavity pharynx esophagus stomach small intestine (3) duodenum (duodenum papillae jejunum ileum large intestine cecum, (appendix) colon (4) ascending transverse sigmoid descending rectum anus pancreas pancreatic duct buffers & 3 enzymes Common bile duct Cystic duct Gallbladder (cholecyst) bile storage hepatic duct bile heart Bile canaliculi Sinusoids Hepatic A Hepatic portal V v Hepatic V liver (lobule) Hormones CCK&S + + Hepatocytes bile production IVC
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