Lab Lecture 1 - KIN 324K Applied Human Anatomy Lab Lab...

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KIN 324K Applied Human Anatomy Lab Lab sec(on: 11285/11300 W 6:30p-9:30p/TH 2p-5p 1
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Welcome to the LAB Ran Hee Choi ( [email protected]) Office hours ( Bel 222P ) M(10a-12p) W(10a-11a) Attendance is Mandatory : 3 unexcused absences = Lots of material to cover- keep up with the reading in lecture and lab. Ask questions (Not the night before a Lecture test or Lab practical!!) 2
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Grading info. Grading • 2 Lab Practicals = 100 X 2 = 200 • Best 7 out of 10 quizzes = 10X 7= 70 • Presentation = 20 • Muscle Cards = 10 (checking every lab) • Totally = 300 POINTS 3
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Presentation • Topic should peak your interest as a group and facilitate your understanding of how anatomy applies to the real world. • EX) Osgoode-schlatter’s disease and the tibial tuberosity. 10-12 min presentation (No longer! Precisely!) 5-6 people per group/ 5 groups totally • Topics are due by Feb 21 st 4
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How to prepare muscle flash card? 5
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Muscle Terminology (Notecards): Appendix B of Lab Manual (P129) Origin : Where we consider the muscle to begin. Insertion : The point where muscle joins in order to move the bones. Action : Movement due to concentric contraction Innervation : Nerves leads to muscle movement. Prime Mover (PM) Antagonist Synergist 6
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BRACHIALIS ORIGIN Anterior lower half of humerus INSERTION Tuberosity of ulna ACTION Flexes elbow Innervation Musculotaneous nerve (C5-6) Radial nerve (C7-8) P.M.: prime mover Biceps brachii Brachialis Antagonist Triceps brachii Synergists Brachioradialis 7
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Today’s Outline • Planes • Directional Terminology • Movement Terminology • Landmark Terminology • Tissue - Epithelial, Connective, Muscle and Nervous • Skin • Clinical Applications of Skin 8
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Body Planes • Anatomical Position: arms at side of body, palms forward • Planes Sagittal : unequal left & right halves Median(Mid-Sagittal) : equal left & right halves Transverse(Horizontal) : upper & lower sections Frontal(Coronal) : front & back sections 9
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Directional terminology Superior : closer to head Inferior : closer to feet Anterior/ventral : closer to front of body Posterior/dorsal : closer to back of body Medial : closer to midline Lateral : farther away from midline Superficial : closer to surface of body Deep : farther away from surface of body Proximal : closer to origin of the body part; only with limbs Distal : farther away from origin of the body part; just limbs 10
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Table 1.1a 11
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Table 1.1b 12
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course KIN 324K taught by Professor Farrar during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Lab Lecture 1 - KIN 324K Applied Human Anatomy Lab Lab...

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