Flashcards in Human Anatomy & Physiology Exam 1 Deck (31):
Buccal applies to what part of the anatomy?
Digital applies to what part of the anatomy?
Fingers. A new term for getting fingerbanged is "getting digitized"
Calcaneal applies to what part of the anatomy?
Heel. Calcaneal rhymes with heal.
Cephalic applies to what part of the anatomy?
Head. Encephalitis can cause flu-like symptoms, such as a fever or severe headache.. keyword head!
Patellar applies to what part of the anatomy?
Knee. The patellar tendon is where they made a huge incision in my knee... you can c the scar!
Scapular applies to what part of the anatomy?
Shoulder blade region. A scapula is a knife/blade... a scapular is the shoulder BLADE
Crural is the body area near??
anterior part of your lower leg below kneecap.
Sural is the body are near??
Posterior part of lower leg below kneecap
What body regions are classified as appendicular?
Antecubital, brachial, crural, femoral, fibular, popliteal, sural
What body regios are classified as axial?
abdominal, cervical, gluteal, lumbar, occipital, oral, pubic, thoracic, umbilical.
Describe anatomical position:
Standing erect, feet together & toes pointed forward, arms hanging at sides, palms forward.
Which body cavity would be opened for the surgery/procedure: surgery to remove a cancerous lung lobe?
Which body cavity would be opened for the surgery/procedure: Removal of uterus, or womb
Which body cavity would be opened for the surgery/procedure: removal of brain
Which body cavity would be opened for the surgery/procedure: appendectormy
Which body cavity would be opened for the surgery/procedure: stomach ulcer operation
Delivery of pre-operative"saddle"anesthesia
Name the muscle that subdivides the ventral body cavity
Which body cavity affords the least protection to its internal structures
What is the function of the serous membranes of the body?
Lubricating fluid production (serous fluid) reduces friction for organs.
What small body cavity hold the eyes in an anterior-facing position?
What small body cavity houses three tiny bones involved in hearing?
middle ear cavity
What small body cavity contained within the nose?
What small body cavity contains the tongue
What small body cavity surrounds a joint
Doral body cavities. What is inferior and what is superior?
Cranial cavity is superior and vetebral/spinal cavity is inferior.
Ventral Body cavities, Superior/inferior
thoracic is superior, abdominopelvic cavity is inferior
ORGAN SYSTEMS: Name component organs & function: Integumentary
Integumentary (Skin) Epidermal and dermal regions: cutaneous sense organs & glands. Function: protect deeper organs from mechanical/chemical/bacterial injury & drying out. Produces Vitamin D. Aids in regulation of body temp. Excretes salts & urea
ORGAN SYSTEMS: Name component organs & function:Skeletal
Bones/Cartilages/tendons/ligaments/joints. Function: body support/protection of internal organs. Provides levers for muscular action. cavities provide site for blood formation.
ORGAN SYSTEMS: Name component organs & function:Muscular
Muslces attached to skeleton. Function: contract/shorten. allows locomotion, generates heat