Biol 2120 Digestion Case Study
Answer all questions. Yes /no answers receive no credit.
Submit this as a hard copy, typed
Total possible points = 34.
Penalty for late submission is 5 points per day
Patient: 42 year o
Biol 2120 Cardiovascular Case Study
Due Date: This needs to be posted to D2L no later than Friday June17, 2016. Bring in a
hard copy on the following Monday.
33 points: In order to receive all points, fully EXPLAIN your answers.
A 5'6", 210 lb., 64
Biol 2120 Case Study 2 Renal
Total points = 33
The case study is due Friday July 15th on D2l dropbox. A hard copy should
be brought to class on Monday July 18th.
Chief Complaint: 8-year-old girl with excessive thirst, frequent urination, and
Digestive System: Anatomy Review
List two main divisions of the digestive system.
The four main layers of the digestive tract wall are:
Label the diagram below with the four main layers you listed in question 2.
Lab 05 Microevolution: Evolution in the short term
What does it mean for a population to evolve? In its simplest, evolution happens when the frequency of
individuals with certain genetic traits (genotype or allele frequencies) changes in a population over
1- The demyelinating disease affecting this individual is : multiple sclerosis.
2- Myelin is a substance that forms the coating of axons in the brain and the rest of the central
nervous system (CNS).
The function of myelin is to speed up the relay of elec
1-The disorder of this individual is a slipped disk that resulted sciatica
2- The major nerve involved is the sciatic nerve : L4. This nerve emerges from the spinal cord at level L4S3.
3- A dermatome is an area of the skin that is innervated by all the cu
1- facial (CN VII)
2- Bell's Palsy
3a- There was facial paralysis on the left half of her face because the weaknesses on the muscles are
on the left side of her face. This is where her nerve was damaged. Her inner ear probably got
inflamed and this result
1- After the depolarization at the neuromuscular junction, there is a release of ACh (acetylcholine)from
the nerve ending and diffuses across the neuromuscular junction.
The ACh attaches to its specific receptor sites at the motor end plate.
The sodium ch