Parkinsons Disease Follow up Form
1. Are you PD medications having a good effect?
2. Do your medications last until the next dose?
3. Do you have dyskinesias from your medication?
4. Do you have a tremor that is not adequately treated?
Lab Assignment 17
Pg. 705 Female Reproductive System Overview
1. Name the internal organs of the female reproductive system
a. Ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus and vagina
2. Name the other organs of the female reproductive system
a. External genitalia and m
Lab Assignment 16
Animation: Digestion System Overview
1. What are the four main functions of the digestive system?
a. Ingestion, digestion (both mechanical and chemical), absorption and
elimination of wastes
2. Name the two types of digestion.
Lab Assignment 14
Animation Urinary System Overview
1. What are the major functions of the urinary tract system?
a. Removal of waste products from the body and regulation of water and
2. What are the organs of the urinary system?
Lab Assignment 13A
Part I: You have a patient with Type I Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM).
To complete this assignment, you must: 1
) Describe the disease, signs and symptoms and treatment of diabetes
2) describe the correct procedure for perfo
Lab Assignment 13
Respiratory System Overview
1. What are the two functions of the respiratory system?
a. Move air into and out of the lungs, provide a surface for gas exchange
2. Name the structures of the upper respiratory tract.
a. External nose, nasal
Lab assignment 11
1. What is the lymphatic system?
a. A network of vessels, lymphatic tissues and organs.
2. Name the fluid involved in this system.
3. As a system, what is its function?
a. It responds to pathogens and foreign substan
1. Where are baroreceptors located?
a. Carotid sinus and aortic arch
2. What is their function?
a. They respond to increases in blood pressure
3. How do the arteries with baroreceptors, and all arteries for that matter,
respond to increased
Pg. 435 Hypothalamus and pituitary glands 1 16
1. The hypothalamus if sometimes referred to as the_. Why?
a. Master control center; because it regulates most endocrine functions
of the body.
2. Where in the brain is the hypothalamus located?
a. At t
Lab Assignment 7
1. The cardiovascular system consists of what three structures?
a. Heart, blood vessels and blood.
2. The heart distributes and receives blood through which structures?
a. Arteries and veins
3. Define an artery.
a. Arteries carry
Lab Assignment 3
Answer page 423, "Check point", questions 3-5.
3. Name the structure referred to as the white of the eye.
4. Name the artery that, when blocked may cause blindness.
Central retinal artery
5. Name the internal structure of the eye t
Lab Assignment 2
Page 414 Checkpoint Questions on Taste 1 3
1. Name the shallow median longitudinal groove on the anterior part of the
a. Median sulcus
2. Name the nerve that innervates the posterior tongue, pharynx, and middle
Lab Assignment Week 2/Chapter 15
Check point Sympathetic (ANS) overview
1. Name the structure also known as the sympathetic chain
a. Sympathetic trunk
2. Name the sympathetic ganglion that distributes postganglionic neuronal
processes to the stoma
All structures are marked with letters that correspond to the list below
B - Renal capsule
D - Vein
F - Cortex
G - Medulla
H - Renal pyramids
Sheep Heart Dissection
All structures are marked with letters that correspond to the list below. Because of the
cuts I made, some structures were not easily identifiable. In these cases, I labeled where
the structure would be if the section
Chapter 13: Objectives
State the three principal functions of the spinal cord.
Bundles of fibers passing information up and down spinal cord
Repetitive, coordinated actions of several muscle groups
Central pattern generators
Weekly Objectives: Chapter 14
Describe the major subdivisions and anatomical landmarks of the brain.
83% of brain volume
50% of neurons
o Brainstem (rostral to cauldal)
Diencephalon, midbrain, pons and medulla oblongata
Weekly Objectives: Atlas B and Chapter 11
Be able to describe the superficial muscles of the body in regards to surface
Understand various anatomical and directional terms.
Describe the universal characteristics of muscle.
Week 7 Study Guide
Explain what joints are, how they are named and what functions they serve.
Joints are any point where two points meet, whether or not the bones are
moveable at the interface.
The name of the joint is derived from the names of the bone
Chapter 12: Objectives
Describe the function of the nervous system.
o Excitability all cells are excitable that s, they respond to stimuli.
Neurons exhibit this property to the highest degree
o Conductivity neurons respond to stimuli by producing electri
Weeks 5&6 Study Guide
Bones of the Adult Skeletal System (Table 8.1)
Skull (22 bones)
Frontal bones (1)
Parietal bone (2)
Occipital bone (1)
Temporal bone (2)
Sphenoid bone (1)
Ethmoid bone (1)
Chapter 10: Objectives
List the functions of muscles.
o Control of body openings and passages
o Heat production
o Glycemic control
Describe the connective tissues associated with a skeletal muscle.
Notes from Pre-record Midterm Review
Identify which plane a cross-section is in
Chapter 5: Histology
Building block to systems
Differences between primary tissue classes
o Types and functions
o Characteristics of the matrix (is there a lot of viscous fl
Sheep Brain Dissection
I found myself with only one straight pin to use for this dissection, so I generally used it
to mark the smallest or least obvious structure in each frame. However, all structures are
marked with a number that corresp