3 Functional Groups
[emotions memory. sensations.
Multiple Types of Widespread areas of
Made With mud-m
Clinical Nutrition Final Exam Remix
Exam I Recap
1. What is the meaning of the Hippocrates created word Physis?
2. What are the three principles of medicine?
1. Biochemical individuality
2. Disease & Health are Inseparable from the Patient
Breast & Axilla
Know normal breast anatomy.
What are Montgomery's tubercles?
What are the breast changes that are normal with pregnancy?
Nipples enlarge and become erectile
Book Notes - Stalin by Robert Conquest
Karl, July-August 2010
Chapter 6 - Civil War
Original capital - Petrograd. March 1918 was moved to Moscow when Petrograd was
threatened by the Germans.
Stalins Wife was his secretary then. Married in 1919. She was 17
Heart & Cardiovascular
Know the normal anatomy of the heart.
Know the position of the heart valves during each phase of the cardiac cycle.
Chapter 6: Eyes
1. What anterior eye structure is continuous with the sclera?
a. Anterior cornea
2. What anterior eye structures are continuous with the choroid?
a. Ciliary body and iris
3. What structure produces the 'blind spot' on th
Chapter 11: Abdomen & GI disorders
1. Know the organs located in each of the four abdominal quadrants.
RUQ: liver, gallbladder, duodenum, head of pancreas, R kidney and adrenal gland, hepatic flexure of
the colon, ascending and transverse colon
Chapter 7: Ears, Nose, and Throat
1. Know the anatomical structures located in the external, middle, and internal ear
External ear: auricle aka pinna- funnels into the external auditory canal.
External auditory canal (1 inch lon
50 - 60
opaque (blastic) or dense
skull & face (sinuses)
bone islands, speculated
Chapter 12: Male & GU Disorders
1. Know the anatomy of external and internal male genitalia.
Comprised of penis, scrotum, testicles, epididymis, and vas deferens
2. Which structures are considered to be accessory glandular structures?
Bone Path I: Final Exam Review
Final Exam - 90 questions
o 75 written
o 15 practical - Images on powerpoint (will cycle throughout exam)
Hydroxyproline essential in formation of bone: Type I collagen (pg. 6)
Osteoblasts & Osteoclasts
Lungs & Respiratory
Plexor- striking finger
pleximeter- finger laid on the body surface
Which lung conditions cause hyperresonance during lung percussion?
Emphysema and pneumothorax
What is the significance of a dull sound elicited
NON INFLAM /
Asymmetric distribution, non-uniform joint
space loss, osteophytes, subchondral scler
Ch. 13: Female & GYN Disorders
1. Early menarche or late menopause may be a sign of excess estrogen production, which is a
breast cancer risk factor.
2. Know the significance of late menarche or early menopause.
Late menarche or early m
DEVELOPMENTAL AND APPLIED ANATOMY LECTURE OUTLINE:
GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
Course Director: Gene F. Giggleman, DVM
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ARTHROLOGY - JOINTS
How will knowing and understanding the joints of the body help me to be a
If you understand joint anatomy you can explain
joint injuries to patients
Allows you to understand biomechanics and
motion of the body
Embryology and Osteology
LAB STUDY SHEET
Be able to locate on the skull models the following structures:
On an exam you may be asked to identify any of the following or tell its relationship to
Spinal origin of sympathetic preganglionic neurons
and the tissues they innervate
Head (some in T4 & T5)
Heart and lungs
Adrenal gland (mainly
T10 and T11)
Urinary bladder and
Pelvic viscera and
TRI 1 Joints and Muscle Coloring Book
(Also try www.getbodysmart.com)
Definition of a joint where 2 or more bones come together, no movement needed to be a joint, articulation
is a joint.
Kinesiology is the study of the mechanics of motion.
BAA Lab #7, 8
Greater trochanter- Patient position is prone. Doctor stanceon the side to be
identified in a scissor stance facing caudad. Place the heel of the interior hand in
the midaxillary line on the lateral iliac crest. Finger
temporal fossa, temporal
coronoid process of the
elevates the mandible
lateral portion of the
ramus of the mandible
elevates the mandible