According to the Columbia Encyclopedia, coronary artery disease (CAD) is the
condition in which coronary arteries are narrowed or occluded, most commonly by
atherosclerotic deposits of fibrous and fatty tissue (2013). The atherosclerotic dep
Bipedalism: recording 37
Locomotion about 4mill yrs ago
Footprints show the same areas of pressure, weight bearing & propulsive
thrust as footprints of modern individual
Different method of weight bearing
Pelvis of a qu
STUDENT OBJECTIVES: After completing these lab activities, you will be able to:
Use basic anatomical terminology correctly.
Use the quadrant and abdominopelvic regions to describe the locations of internal str
Exam 4 Review Questions:
The Upper Extremity
1. Identify the bones that form the AC joint, the sternoclavicular joint and the glenohumeral
joint and what movements are allowed at these joints.
AC: clavicle and scapula
SC: sternum and clavicle
Describe the cell junctions and which offer more or less flexibility.
Gap junctions: connexins let ions pass through
Desmosomes: loosest, intermediate filaments, can resist a lot of stress, ex.
Movement of skin
Exam 3 Review Questions
Lecture 15: Introduction to the Skeletal System
1. What are the functions of the skeletal system?
Protection of organs, assistance in movement, stores and releases of Ca+ and
phosphorous, provides support, participates in