There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves, numbered with Roman numerals.
XI Accessory Nerve
Name the cranial nerves
What is Cranial Nerve I called, and what does it do?
What is Cranial Nerve II called, and what does it do?
What is Cranial Nerve III called, and what does it do?
What is Cranial Nerve IV called, and what does it do?
What is Cra
Thoracic Wall Continued.
Inner aspect of Anterior Wall
Internal Anterior Wall
Runs along side Pericardiophrenic Artery (from
internal intercostal artery)
as well as Pericardiophrenic Vein (from
The Musculoskeletal system
Dr. Chandana Bhargavi, MD
Illustrate the skeleton of the vertebral column, the curvatures and the
deformities and injuries
Describe the ligaments of the vertebral column in terms of lo
SPINAL CORD AND NERVES
This section is on every type of board exam.
The spinal nerves come out of the spine, and the cranial nerves come out of the brain
directly. There are 12 pairs. They are numbered with Roman numerals.
I. OLFACTORY nerv
Med 1 Anatomy Lab TA
Roof Nasal, Frontal, Cribriform plate of ethmoid & body of sphenoid bones
Medial wall / septum
Vertical plate of ethmoid bone
Palatine process of maxilla & horizontal pl
Deep Muscles of the Back
I Love Spaghetti Some More Ragu: Iliocostalis, Longissimis, Spinalis Semispinalis,
"Really Thirsty? Drink Cold Beer" or Randy Travis Drinks Cold Beers
TA Session MED 2 Anatomy Lab
Upper limb: Identify the bones of the upper limb
Single Gene Inheritance Learning Modules
1. Terminology ModuleYou must know the meaning of the terms locus (plural loci) and allele.
You can think of a locus as a particular "address" on a pair of homologous chromosomes. A gene which
"resides" at this add