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Vastus lateralis
Vastus medialis
Vastus intermedius

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Vastus medialis

A,O,I

A - extend the knee (tibiofemoral joint)
O - medial lip of the linea aspera
I - tibial tuberosity via the patella ligament

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Vastus lateralis

A, O, I

A - extend the knee (tibiofemoral joint)
O - lateral lip of the linea aspera, gluteal tuberosity and greater trochanter
I - tibial tuberosity (via the patella and patellar ligament)

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Vastus intermedius

A, O, I

A - extend the knee
O- anterior and lateral shaft of the femur
I - tibial tuberosity ( via the patella and patellar ligament)

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Linea aspera

Roughened ridge on posterior of femur

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Bones to know

Illium, ischium, pubis, femur, tibia,

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Structures to know

Pelvis
Femur
Lower leg

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Structures to know

Pelvis

Illiac crest,
ASIS,
AIIS
Acetabulum

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Structures to know

Femur

Head
Shaft condyles
Linea aspera
Gluteal tuberosity
Trochanter

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Structures to know

Lower leg

Tibial tuberosity
Malleolus

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Muscles can act on what joints?

Only joints they cross over

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Homeostasis

Homeo - same
Stasis - standing still

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Homeostasis defined

The condition of equilibrium, or balance in the body's internal and external environment, which remains relatively constant.

Maintained within the body by using a feedback mechanism.

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Body's internal environment

We are a bag of fluid
Important aspect of homeostasis is by regulating it's body fluid: volume and composition

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Feedback mechanism

Negative and positive
Actions/ mechanism that keep us in balance
Triggered by a stimulus or change in our environment
Receptors detect change
Body reacts

+ (positive) = increase
- (negative) = decrease

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Positive Feedback mechanisms

Stimulators
Feedback increases the stimulus until something stops the process

Example: Giving birth

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Negative feedback mechanisms

Primary feedback mechanism
Inhibitory
Feedback triggers mechanism to stop stimulus (in the opposite direction)
Example: Change in temperature or blood pressure

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Homeostasis regulates

How much fluid there is
Where the fluids needs to be
And what's in it

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Urinary system

Structures

Anatomy structure : kidney

Accessory structures:
ureters,
urinary bladder &
urethra

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Urinary system

Functions

Produces, stores and eliminates waste
Regulates volume and chemical composition of the blood
Helps maintain the acid-base balance (ph) of blood fluids
Maintains mineral balance
Helps regulate production of RBC's (red blood cells)

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Respiratory system

Upper & lower

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Respiratory system

Upper

Nose
Pharynx (throat)
Nasopharynk
Oropharynk
Laryngopharynk
Larynx (voice box)

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Respiratory system

Lower structures

Trachea (windpipe)
Bronchial tubes
Lungs

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Respiratory system functions

Transfers oxygen from inhaled air to blood
Transfers carbon dioxide from blood to exhaled air
Helps regulate acid-base balance of body fluids
Produces sound: air flowing through larynx creates sound

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Identify and distinguish pectoral girdle and upper extremity

Scapula: shoulder blade
Clavicle: collar bone
Humerus: arm bone
Radius: forearm (lat)
Ulna: forearm ( med)
Carpals: wrist
Metacarpals: hand
Phalanges: fingers digit

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Bony attachments


Musculoskeletal anatomy

Glenoid cavity
Supraglenoid tubercle
Infraglenoid tubercle
Coracoid process
Ulnar tuberosity
Radial tuberosity

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Glenoid cavity

shallow depression that accepts the head of the humerus to form the glenohumeral joint

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Supraglenoid tubercle

Superior to the glenoid cavity on the scapula

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Infraglenoid tubercle

located at the most superior aspect of the lateral border of the scapula

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Coracoid process

at the lateral end of the superior border of the scapula is a projection on the anterior surface to which tendons of muscles attach