BIO 111 Reproductive System Clinical Cases
Dr. E Liberace
A 26-year-old female complained of severe, dull, aching pain, and cramping in the lower
abdomen. There were no other physical findings. A laparoscopy revealed the presence of
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BIO 109 Honors Lab
Laboratory #2: Plant Diversity II
Read the introductory material. This is a review of the lecture.
Exercise 20.1 Plant Morphology.
Use Figure 20.3 and the live plan
Sup. Oblique m.
Inf. Oblique m.
Lat Rectus m.
Med. Rectus m.
Sup. Rectus m.
Inf. rectus m.
Macula lutea / fovea centralis
BLOOD CELL LAB
RED BLOOD CELLS
FUNCTION: carry oxygen from lungs to the
cells, some carbon dioxide away from the
RBC: Structures Related to Function
Shape: biconcave disc: increases the surface
area of membrane for faster transport o
Respiration: the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and body cells. Ventilation: the
movement of air between the envt and the lungs via inhalation and exhalation. External Resp: the
movement of O2 across the resp. membrane and into the blo
You Tube video: How the ear works
3min 25 sec
Sound is a result of energy that vibrates molecules
in the air.
The molecules of air move in waves that have
different wavelength and ampli
ANATOMY OF ARTERIES
Arteries carry blood AWAY from the heart.
WALL OF ARTERY
VEIN 40 X
Arteries carry blood AWAY from the heart.
Veins carry blood TO the heart.
superior vena cava
right auricle (atrium)
left pulmonary artery
left pulmonary veins
left auricle (atrium)
NO COMMON JUGULAR VEIN
You Tube video: Dural folds & Sinuses
You Tube video: Dural Venous Sinuses https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc-z7bDD-KM
Use full screen view to obtain link.
VEINS OF THE HEAD
Endocrine gland: a gland that secretes hormones directly into the bloodstream, ductless glands. All endocrine glands all
located in highly vascularized areas Exocrine: secretions released into ducts. Target Cells: cells that bear receptors for
Approximately 31.75% of US population has high cholesterol. (4) Dealing with high cholesterol
can be unpleasant as it can be a life changer. Many times changing of diet exercise can lower
cholesterol levels significantly. However, in this very pill happy
Gastric bypass surgery is a surgical procedure used to help morbidly obese people lose weight.
Doctors will usually consider people who have a BMI of 40 or more or are at least 100 lbs. over
weight. (1) The idea behind this surgery is to give the person t
Spongy, soft and about the size of a fist, the spleen sits in the upper left portion of our abdomen. (2) Not
much thought is usually put into the importance or the role of the spleen. Not until, there is a need to
remove it. The spleen is largest organ in
Blood pressure is the strength of your blood pushing against the sides of your blood vessels. (4)
The reason that we monitor blood pressure is to make sure that the blood pushing through our
blood vessels is not pushing to forcefully on the vessels or on
Cardiac Risk Factors
Cardiovascular risk factors are factors that may contribute to heart disease.
Heart disease can consist of numerous problems and many of which can be related to or
attributed back to atherosclerosis. (6)
Asthma is a chronic disease that affects the respiratory system. Asthma causes spasms to occur
in the bronchi of the lungs. These spasms have an effect on the amount of air that can enter the
lungs. (3) Symptoms of asthma can include wheezing /whistling s
Lymphedema is a buildup of lymph fluid that occurs in the fatty tissues
located just under the skin. (1) Lymph fluid is a clear watery fluid that
is composed of salt, water and white blood cells. (1) Since the
lymphatic system is a drainage system for flu
What is Global Malnutrition?
Malnutrition is a major crisis that affects the world. In fact, studies have shown that 1 in 9
people suffer from some sort of malnourishment. (1) The majority of malnutrition cases are
seen in developing countries. (1) Malnut
It is a fact that heart disease affects the majority of the population as we age. One of the
major components of heart disease is atherosclerosis; which is a buildup of fats, cholesterol
and other substances on our artery walls. (3) Atherosclerosis can le
It is amazing that the prevalence of High Blood Pressure is so high. (Totally meant to be redundant, lol)
Worldwide, deaths from HBP reach approximately 7.5 million a year, thats about 12.8% of all total
Studies have shown that from 1999 to 20
Stem cells are the bodies raw materials. Stem cells can be embryonic or adult cells. The reason
that the medical world is so fascinated with stem cells, is that they can be programmed to
generate for specific purposes for what the needs of our patient may
Diabetes is a metabolic disease in which the body has an inability to produce any or enough insulin
which causes elevated levels of glucose in the blood. (7) There are a few types of Diabetes, Type I, Type II
and Gestational. Type I is also called insulin
Hormone Replacement Therapy
When a woman reaches menopause there are side effects that many women face such as hot
spells, night sweats, vaginal dryness, itching, as well as burning and discomfort with intercourse.
Bone loss after menopause is also anothe
Guidelines for the transfusion of
packed red blood cells, fresh frozen
plasma, platelets, and
cryoprecipitate in critically ill
Nursing, respiratory and physician
care providers of relevant patients
Sp2016 Dr Liberace
The functional unit of the kidney is the _.
Urine production requires the following 3 processes:
Most of the water returned to the
Circle of Willis
Rt. Vertebral A.
Lt. Vertebral A.
Lt. Internal Corotid A.
Lt. External Corotid A.
R. Jugular V.
Rt. Common Corotid A.
R. Brachiocephalic V.
L. Jugular V.
Lt. Common Corotid A.
Rt. Subclavian V.
Lt. Subclavian V.