Anatomy and Physiology 9 Flashcards

Terms Definitions
blood
oxytocin
OXT
hair
pil-
lung
pulmon-
five
pent-
kilogram
kg
organ/o
organ
bracial
arm
IntervsIntra
Inter-in betweenvsIntra-within
color, pigment
-chrom-
surgical repair
-plasty
work, energy
erg-
dia-
complete, through
Abnormal growth
tumor
thoracic
the chest
thymosin
stimulates immune system
erythrocytes
red blood cells
growth hormone (somatotropin)
GH
to reduce, destroy
-lytic
osteocyte
mature bone cell
Name 3 Neurotransmitters.
ACHDopamineEpinephrine
Chondrocyte
A cartilage cell
Bradycardia
a slow heart rate
The principal mineralocorticoid is
aldosterone
Lamellae
weight-bearing, column-like matrix tubes
gastric esophageal refulx disease
GERD
Cell interior
Inside of cell.
Polymer
chain-like form of macromolecules
Myxedema
Thyroxine in adulthood.Muscular weakness, slow heart rate, weight gain.
Fibrocartilage Connective Tissue
Location
intervertebral discs
pubic symphysis
 
Functions
flexible support
cushion
fossa
shallow depression in a bone
Eosinophils:
granules that stain orange-pink, phagocytize antigen-antibody complexes, allergens, and inflammatory chemicals and they release enzymes to destroy worms.
Subscapularis
*location in front of scapula
*origin: subscapular fossa of scapula
*insertion: lesser tubercle of humerus
*actions: 
shoulder: internal rotation
pelvic
inferior region of abdominopelvic cavity
what is a sura?
a calf
T Lymphocytes complete development in
Thymus
superficial (peripheral)
situated near the surface
Melanomna
Malignant pigmented mole or nevus
development of the fetal membranes
placentation
superficial
direction, toward the body surface, external
Pharmacology
The treatment of disease with drugs
Medial
toward the midline of the body
Afterload:
blood pressure in arteries just outside semilunar valves
 
Supra Spinatus
A rotator cuff muscle
Origin: Supraspinous fossa; to humerus greater turbercle
Action: Adducts and laterally rotates humerus
tight junction
a zipper-like junction between epithelial cells that limits the passage of substances between them
Which of the following contains skeletal muscle
 
muscularis
mucosa
serosa
submucosa
 
muscularis
Chyme
Semifluid, creamy mass consisting of partially digested food and gastric juice.
The _______________ draws the corner of the mouth out and back, as in grinning.
Risorius
homeostasis
the body's ability to maintain relatively stable internal conditions even though the outsde world is continuously changing; indicates a steady state of equilibrium, or a balance in which internal conditions change and vary, but always within relatively narrow limits; when an organisms' nees are being adequately met and it is functioning smoothly, healthy
commonly used substance that is neither secreted nor readsorbed
creatinine
holocrine glands
accumulate products until they rupture
expl: sebaceous glands
a ___________ is the functional junction between one neuron and another or between a neuron and an effector (muscle /gland)
synapse
Extracellular fluid
Water outside the cells;includes plasma,tissue fluid,lymph, and other fluids.
origin
muscle attachment to more stationary bone
period of inactivity between sexual seasons
anestrus
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Location
attached to skeleton and facial tissue
 
Functions
voluntary movement
thermoregulation
involuntary shivering
Gluteus maximus
Origin sacrum
Insertion femur
Action extend thigh
_______ is the process of blood cellformation.
hematopoeisis
The salt that makes bone hard
Calcium Phosphate
3 hemostatic mechanisms:
vascular spasm, platelet plug formation, coagulation.
Endoderm:
Inner germ layer gives rise to epithelium of gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts, various glands, the liver, pancreas, gall bladder, epithelial lining of tympanic cavity and auditory tube
filtration
the movement of fluid through a membrane in response to hydrostative pressure
pelvic cavity
this cavity's viscera includes the urinary bladder, portions of the large intestine and internal male and female reproductive structures
amniocentesis
surgical procedure in which a needle is passed through the abdominal and uterine walls to obtain a specimen of amniotic fluid
myoparesis
weakness or slight paralysis of a muscle
chylomicrons
small fat droplets that are covered with a protein coat and found in the epithelial cells of the mucosa of the small intestine
Hyperpolarization
The process by which the membrane potential of a cell changes to become more negative than its resting membrane potential.
osmosis
diffusion of water through a semi permeable membrane
Fenestration
Pore in a capillary endothelial cell that may be open or covered by a delicate membrane; allows for freer passage of fluids and small solutes between capillaries and tissue cells.
Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH)
Hypothalamic hormone that regulates secretion of ACTH from the anterior pituitary.
The main component of the plasma membrane
Phospholipids
control center
determines the set point(level or range)at which a variable is to be maintained, analyzes the info it receives and then determines the appropriate response or course or action
the difference between systolic and diastolic pressures
pulse pressure
Cells that produce new cartilage matrix are called
A) chondroblasts
B) chondrocytes
C) chondroclasts
D) osteoblasts
E) fibroblasts
A) chondroblasts
Control center of the cell that contains the chromosomes and the nucleolus
Nucleus
is inferior and posterior portion of the coxal bone
ischium
Respiratory System
Keeps blood constantly supplied with oxygen and removes carbon dioxide. The gaseous exchanges occur through the walls of the air sacs of the lungs.
Chemotherapy
The use of chemicals to treat disease.
The least movable attachment of muscle to bone
Origin
axon
the appendage of the neuron that transmits impulses away from the cell body.
adrenaline
the hormone that helps the body prepare for stress
Flat bones
_____ consist of two roughly parallel compact bone surfaces with a layer of spongy bone in between. 
FATTY ACID
A CARBON-HYDROGEN CHAIN THAT ENDS WITH THE ACIDIC GROUP -COOH
what does M3 increase?
-muscle contraction & increases glandular secretions
B. Serous Membranes
Secrete watery fluid simple squamous epithelium lining peritoneam and the pleura.
Small motor units
muscles that control fine movements (fingers, eyes)
Special movements at synovial joints
supination, pronation, dorsiflexion, plantar flexion of the foot, inversion, eversion, protraction, retraction, elevation, depression, opposition
54 The phrenic nerve arises from the ________ plexus
cervical
spermatogenesis
process of meiosis in the male in which four spermatids are produced from one primary spermatocyte
This is the site of fertilization
 
ureters
urethra
fallopian tubes
ovaries
vagina
 
3. fallopian tubes
lateral
toward, or nearer, the side, away from the midline
deoxyribonucleic acid
(DNA)a nucleic acid found in all living cells; carries organisms hrreditary information
keartinization
the process of the older cells filling with keratin to form a protective barrier after cell death.
In which phase is DNA tightly wound into chromosomes?
Prophase
The right ventricle pumps deoxygenated blood to
the lungs for oxygen
becomes the axillary artery at the clavicle
subclavian artery
functions of connective tissue
1) binding & support
2) protection
3) insulation
4) transportation
Fluidity
- the membrane is flexible enough that it self-seals after being punctured.
ischium
lower and back part of the hip bone
Match each hormone with the proper stimulus for secretion. 7) FSH
M. GnRH
The most commonly used index of renal function
BUN
costal
pertaining to the ribs or the upper sides of the body:
immature and mature cell type of loose/dense connective tissue?
fibroblast / fibrocyte
which type of neuron are autonomic (visceral) with light myelination?
-group B fibers
Thyropharyngeus of Inferior Constrictor
inferior constrictor made up of thyropharngeous and cricopharyngeous
 
Originates:on posterior pharyngeal raphe
Travels:down and laterally like fan shape
Inserts:into thyroid lamina and inferior cornu
 
when contracts helps elevate larynx while constricting pharynx
 
muscle helps propell food through pharynx 
 
Quadricep Femoris
4 muscle groups that all insert via quadriceps tendon on the patella and tibial tuberosity via patellar ligament
Action: all extend the knee
74 Small brain regions in. the walls of the thi.rd and fourth ventricles that can monitor chemical changes in blood because they lack a blood-brain barrier are - called
circumventricular organs
basal cell carcinoma
malignant tumor of the basal cell layer of the epidermis; most common form of skin cancer & usually grows slowly
Contractile cell
Cell of the heart that contracts in response to an action potential.
Metabolism is essential to all living organisms because it
Nourishes the cells
What are the 4 parts of the diencephalon?
ThalamusHypothalamusPituitary GlandPineal Gland
Microfilaments and Microtubules
thin rods and tubules that support cytoplasm and help move substances and organelles
- an opening on each side, which allows for the passage of spinal nerves.
Intervertebral foramen
Paralysis. Chp 7
Complete or partial loss of function, especially of a muscle.
This muscle makes up the meat or flesh of domestic animals
Skeletal
Endurance & posture maintenance
What activities are best suited for slow oxidative fibers? 
Gross, or macroscopic anatomy
the study of large body structures visible to the naked eye, such as the heart, lungs, and kidneys
inferior / caudal
closer towards the feet, bottom of the body
stabilizing factors at synovial joints
shapes of articular surfaces (minor), ligament number and location (limited), muscle tone, which keeps tendons that cross the joint taut
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
a chronic condition of obstructed airflow through the bronchial tubes and lungs, usually accompanied by dyspnea; includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis
Describe the small intestines.
receives chyme from stomach and goes from pylorus to large intestines. Duodenum- has the pancreatic and bile ducts at the beginning of small intestines.
The autonomic nervous system (ANS)(functional)
a. Conveys input from interoceptors (e.g. blood vessels and organs) and usually it is not consciously perceived.

b. ANS motor neurons excite or inhibit ongoing cardiac or smooth muscle movement or gland activity that is usually involuntary. The motor ANS has two divisions, sympathetic and parasympathetic.
symphysis Chp 6
An amphiarthrosis in which a disc of cartilage is found between two bones, as in the vertebral column.
S-curve in the penis of the bull and ram
sigmoid flexure
The all-or-none principle states that
all stimuli great enough to bring themembrane to threshold will produce identical action potentials
Extrinsic Muscles
of the
Larynx
have one mscle attachment outside of the larynx
they suport and fix the larynx
Sternohyoid
thyrohyoid
Inferior pharyngeal constrictor
What 5 organs does the abdominal cavity contain?
liver, stomach, spleen, small intestine and most of the large intestine
regulates the three vital signs: the heart rate and blood pressure and respiration
reticular formation in the medulla
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)—a) Its target organ is the __________ . b) Function: Stimulates the thyroid gland to secrete __________and ___________. c) The stimulus for secretion of TSH is __________ from the hypothalamus.
a) thyroid gland b) thyroxine and T3 c) TRH
False; one layer
T or F? The endosteum is composed of 2 layers
What are steroids? What are three types discussed in ch.
Complex structures that include 4 connected rings of carbon atoms
 
cholesterol, sex hormones and bile acids
What is osmotic pressure?
the force that moves a solvent from a lower solute concentration to a higher solute concentration through a selective permeable membrane
Explain the functions of Calcitonin hormone with respect to bone matrix and to blood Calcium level. Chap 6
Calcitonin is produced in the thyroid gland and decreases the reabsorption of calcium from bones (lowers blood calcium levels).
At rest, is the cell polarized or non-polarized?
polarized (due to separation of charges)
What are the 2 functions of the cardiovascular system?
Distributes blood cells, water and dissolved materials, including nutrients, waste products, oxygen and carbon dioxideDistributes heat and assists in control of body temperatue
The 3 major parts of the hip bones: Chp 6 pg 134
the ilium, ischium, and pubis
what is skeletal muscle served by?
one artery, one nerve, and one or more veins
which pathways yield 1, 34, 2 ATP molecules?
-1 = direct phosphorylation of ADP by creatine phosphate-2 = glycolysis (anaerobic resp)-34 =aerobic resp (oxidative phosphorylation) + 2 molecules from glycolysis
creatinine
creat
polymorphonuclear
PMN
hump
kyph-
vessel
vas-
disease
path-
listen
auscult-
inflamation
-itis
Orbital
Eye
-ary
associated with
audiometry
hearing test
intracranial pressure
ICP
pertaining to
-al
lipoid
resembling fat
Afferent
going in
Dorsum, Dorsal
Back
pia mater
innermost meninge
urinary tract infection
UTI
luteinizing hormone (luteotropin)
LH
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
AIDS
WBC
White Blood Cell
an intravascular clot
thrombus
Popliteal
Back of Knee
Cephalic
Pertaining to the head
Rising and Falling intonation
rising=quesitons
falling=statements 
leukocytes
a white blood cell
deep
away from the surface
What does peri- mean?
around
fibrosis
create scar tissue-fibrous CT
Organelles
Sub-cellular structures with specialized functions, such as; endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, nucleus, golgi body, centrioles, mitochondria, chloroplasts, cilia, flagella, etc.
posterior
direction, back of, behind, dorsal
Canaliculi
Interconnected tiny canals with extracellular fluid.
Pectoralis Major
Origen: sternum, clavicleInsertion: lateral to humerus Innervation: Brachial plexus C4-C7, T1Function: elevates sternum
spermiicide
an agent that kills sperm
matter
(-plasm)Anything that occupies space and has mass
Caudad
Referring to the tail (caudal)
one smaller erectile tissue
corpora spongiosum
Chromatin
- the material that is composed of DNA and histone proteins.
Chromatin
(Chromosomes are composed of ____________)
DERMIS
Layer of dense connective tissueResponsible for most of the skin's structural strength
number of layers of skin
3
what are antiadrenergics?
-adrenergic receptor antagonists-block sympathetic response-ex: propranolol is specifically a beta1 receptor blocker. used as treatment for high blood pressure bc the drug causes a decrease in heart rate, which leads to a decrease in blood pressure-ex: hytrin, specifically an antagonist that is an alpha1 receptor blocker. for treatment of hypoxia, which is lowered blood delivery of oxygen to tissues via blood vessels. treats hypoxia bc it causes vasodilation of blood vessels & increases blood flow
Neuroglia that are positioned between neurons and capillaries to form part of the blood-brainbarrier are the:
astrocytes
Thyroid Cartilage
 
-unpaired
-largest of carilage in area
-makes up anterior and lateral parts or walls of larynx
-looks like a shield
-parts:thyroid lamina
 
Neurons with long cilia
Chemicals must be dissolved in mucus for detection
ARE DESCRIPTIONS OF WHAT?
OLFACTORY RECEPTORS
DNA
Deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA consists of long chains of chemical bases along with a sugar-phophate backbone; the bhains are joined in pairs oby bonds between complementary bases and twist around each other in a double helix. This pattern of basees carries genetic informaiton that directs all cell activies
preeclampsia
a condition during pregnancy or shortly after, marked by acute hypertension, prteinuria, and edema; may progress to the more severe form, eclampsia; also called toxemia of pregnancy
croup
acute respiratory syndrome in infants and children, characterized by obstruction of the larynx, barking cough, and strained, high-pitched, noisy breathing
Axoaxonic synapse
Synapse between two axon terminals.
The centromere splits and the duplicated chromosomes separate and begin to move toward opposite ends of the cell in this phase of mitosis
Anaphase
catalyses the formation of prothrombin in the liver
vitamin K
9) medulla oblongata10/11/12) corpus callosum13) fornix14) thalamus15) optic chiasma16) pituitary gland17) infundubulum18) mammillary body
IMAGE 5
The centromere splits and the duplicated chromosomes separate and begin to move toward opposite ends of the cell in this phase of mitosis
Anaphase
optic foramen
hole in the eye socket
Subcutaneous tissue
Subcutaneous-Below the skin; the superficial fascia between the dermis and the muscles.
Type of muscle contraction where muscle operates against an immovable resistance
Isometric
gallbladder
a pear-shaped, muscular sac attached to the undersurface of the right lobe of the liver, in which bile is stored and concentrated.
1- hydroxylase
Prolactin increases the activity of _______. 
which strata have living cells?
-stratum basale
-stratum spinosum
-stratum granulosum (alive, but their organelles -are degenerating)
A large lymphatic organ important for the production and support of T cells is the:
thymus
What is alkalosis?
pH level rises above 7.45
WHAT IS:
A MEMEBRANE THAT LINES THE EYELIDS
CONNECTS TO THE SURFACE OF THE EYE
SECRETES MUCUS TO LUBRICATE THE EYE
CONJUNCTIVA
 
Teres Minor
A rotator cuff muscle
Origin: Lateral muscle; to greater turbercle
Action: rotate humerus laterally
Synergistic
condyloid (Ellipsoidal) joints
biaxial joints, both articular surfaces are oval, and permit all angular movements
 
 
 
 
SPINAL CORD
 
 
 
A cylinder of nervous tissue that begins at the foramen magnum(skull) & passes through the vertebral canal as far as the 1st lumbar vertebra(L1) or slightly beyond
nociceptor
a sensory receptor that responds to tissue damage; pain receptor
A RBC's function is

nutrient transport
cytokine stimulation
blood cell proliferation
gas transport
disease resistance
4. gas transport
transverse plane
horizontal plane (perpendicular to the sagittal plane) that cuts across the body horizontally to divide it into superior & inferior portions;
sections cut this way are often called cross sections
Bilirubin
The major bile pigment; a breakdown product of heme.
What is eukaryotic?
protozoa, plants, animals, nucleus, much more complex in terms of organelles
Name 2 types of channels.
Chemical channelsElectrical channels
a fall in systolic an diastolic pressures
hypotension
Composed of cells specialized to produce and secrete substances into ducts or into bodily fluids
Glandular Epithelium
Sympathetic division
- stimulates body functions that support vigorous physical activity and rapid ATP production to deal with a stress (fight or flight response).
Bruses or visible blood clot resulting from trauma to skin
Hematoma
The hormone that lowers blood glucose level by enabling cells to take in glucose is:
insulin
Salt
an electrolyte whose cation is not hydrogen and whose anion is not hydroxide (isn't acid or base)
Clusters of neuron cell bodies found outside the CNS
Ganglia
pituitary gland
a small, somewhat cherry-shaped double structure attached by a stalk to the base of the brain and constituting the master endocrine gland affecting all hormonal functions in the body, consisting of an anterior region
Antidiuretic hormone
stimulates the reabsorption of water in a nephron
Few
Are there many or few capillaries in fast glycolytic fibers? 
The ____ is the structure which connects the right andleft cerebral hemispheres.
corpus callosum
Regulatory Proteins
Proteins that help switch the muscle contraction process on and off.
Pressure:
measured by observing how high it can push column of mercury up a manometer
 
Exterior Abdominal Oblique
 Superficial of the 3 lateral abdominal muscles
Origin: Ribs 5-12 to pubic and iliac crest and linea alba
Action: compress abdomen, trunk rotation, lateral truck flexion
skeletal cartilages
contain no blood vessels or nerves, dense CT girdle of perichondrium contains blood vessels for nutrient delivery to cartilage
skeletal system
an organ system consisting of the bones, ligaments, bone marrow, periosteum, articular cartilages, and other tissues associated with the bones
leukocytosis
an increase in the number of white blood cells in the blood, which may result from hemorrhage, fecer, infection, inflammation, or other factors
Which of the following processes is the primary function of the villi of the small intestine?
 
 
ingestion
secretion
mixing and propulsion
absorption
none of the above
 
4. absorption
systemic
pertaining to a system ( of the body)
Enzyme
A protein that acts as a biological catalyst to speed up chemical reactions.
Name the bones of the Shoulder
1 Clavicle1 Scapula
Distal
Farther from the origin or point of attachment
done between cells and plasma of both donor and recipient to detect other antigens and antibodies as well as previous sensitizations
cross-matching
Integumentary system
the external covering of the body, skin
Makes up the ribosomes, the site of protein synthesis
rRNA
- contains the lacrimal fossa that helps direct tears into the nasal cavity.
Lacrimal bone
superior
above; used when one reference spot is above another reference spot
Herniated disc Chp 6
Rupture of an intervertebral disc.
Physiology
Greek origin, the study of how living organisms perform their vital functions.
The science that deals with form and structure of an organism
Anatomy
cerebrum
the anterior and largest part of the brain, consisting of two halves or hemispheres and serving to control voluntary movements and coordinate mental actions.
What are 2 things stored in bones?
phosphorus and calcium
Three types of Joints classified by Function
Synathrosis, Amphiarthrosis, Diarthrosis
RBC count:
higher in men 4.6-6.2 million _ women 4.2- 5.4 million
midsagittal plane
a plane that passes along the midline and divides the body into left and right halves. This plane is also referred to as the median plane
spongy bone
fills the heads of the long bones. Although it is calcified and hard, its delicate slivers give it a sponge-like appearance
This term refers to the period of time during a cardiac cycle when contraction occurs and blood pressure rises

filling
systole
repolarization
diastole
fibrillation
?
Ionic Bond
chemical bond that is formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one atom to another
What is the ventral body cavity also knows as?
the coelom
vitamin K is not able to contribute to the formation of prothrombin
liver disease
proximal
used to describe a body part that is closer to the point of attachment or closer to the trunk of the body than another part
Makes it difficult for epidermal bacteria to multiply
anti-bacterial substances in sebum/sweat
Epinephrine—Has many target organs and tissues, the Effect on liver is the _______________.
conversion of glycogen to glucose
responses are graded by
changing the frequency of the stimulation and changing the strength of the stimulation
what is physostigmine? what does it do?
-example of Ach-esterase inhibitor-used to treat digestive disorders that result in a decrease in gut motility-drug increases gut activity or motility and increases Ach activity at M3
Write the equation describing how O2 is carried by the blood.
O2 + HbO2
ABO Group:
type A has type A agglutinogens on the surface of its RBCs, and anti-B agglutinins in its plasma. Type B has type B agglutinogens and anti-A agglutinins. Type AB has both agglutinogens but no agglutinins while type O has no agglutinogens but both anti-A and anti-B agglutinins.
What is the pH scale concentration of Pancreatic Juice?
8.0 - Basic/Alkaline
Colon (ascending, transverse, descending, sigmoid)
Longest region of the large intestine; includes ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid portions.
structure determins function
the parts of the body form a well-organized unit and each of those parts has a job to do to make the body operate as a whole
Smooth ER
- acts as the major site for synthesis of lipids in general, it also detoxifies toxins.
The tissue that covers the joint surfaces of bones is ____________, which provides a smooth surface when joints are moved.
cartilage. Chapter 6 WB
False; it inhibits osteoCLAST activity
T or F? Calcitonin inhibits osteoblast activity. 
how does the degree of myelination influence the rate of action potential conduction?
-myelinated axons exhibit saltatory (faster) conduction, which means myelinated areas are "skipped." -unmyelinated axons exhibit continuous (slower) conduction, which means no axonal areas are skipped
As each atrium contracts where does blood move?

into an auricle
into an artery
into a vein
through an atrioventricular valve
through a semilunar valve
4. through an atrioventricular valve
Describe connective tissues and what kinds there are.
bone, cartilage- cells spread out separated matrix in btwn. them, flexible,or tight, blood-cells are separated by serum (plasma), cartilage is not usually very vascular
left and right hypochondriac region
on each side of the epigastric region
Diaphysis Chp 6
The shaft of a long bone; contains a marrow canal filled with yellow bone marrow.
What is the endosteum of long bones?
connective tissue membrane that lines inner bones surfaces
What are the 9 Regions of the Abdominopelvic Cavity? Starting from Upper Right Region to Lower Left Region!
Right Hypochondriac Reg, Epigastric Reg, Left Hypochondriac Reg, Right Lumbar Reg, Umbilical Reg, Left Lumbar Reg, Right Iliac Reg, Hypogastric Reg, Left Iliac Reg.
What are the 5 components of the Reflex Arc?
1.Receptor - sensory neurons2.Info taken to spinal cord3.IntegrationMonosynaptic or Polysynaptic4.Motor response5.Effector responds appropriately.
Phalanges Chp 6 pg 134
Are the bones of the fingers. there are 2 in each thumb and 3 in each of the fingers. Beteeen phalanges are hinge joints. They are also in the foot.
A person who tells you, “You’re so left-brained,” is most likely implying that you are:
good wish words, reasoning, and numbers
2. What are the two major fluid compartments? What % water is found in each?
Intracellular compartment - 63% of the total water is within the cells.Extracellular compartment - all fluids outside the cells.
Membranes of the Ventral Body Cavity
The walls of the ventral cavity are lined by a double-layered membrane called the serosa. The part that lines the organ is called: VisceralThe part that lines the wall of the cavity is called Parietal
What are the general functions of the Foramen Magnum?andWhat is the Foramen Magnum associated with?
- Connects the cranial cavity with the spinal cavity which is enclosed by the vertebral column. The Foramen surrounds the connection between the brain and the spinal cord.- Occipital bone
What is the general function of the Parietal bones?and What are the Parietal bone articulations?
- Forms part of the superior and lateral surgaces of the cranium- Articulates with one another, the occipital, Temporal, Frontal, and Sphenoid bones
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