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3 reasons upright chest

Fully aerate lungs
Prevent engorgement and hyperemia of heart and greater vessels
Demo air/fluid levels

2

2 Major muscle groups in abdomen

PSOAS muscles
Diaphragm

3

Accessory Organs

Pancreas
Gall Bladder
Liver
Salivary

4

Junction between large/small bowel

ileocecal valve

5

Opening between esophagus and stomach

Cardiac Orifice

6

Urinary 3 Constriction points

Urertopelvic junction
Uretrovesicular juntion
Pelvic Brim

7

3 Functions of digestive system

Intake
Absorbtion
Elimination

8

2 Examples of Negative Contrast

air and co2

9

What is esophogram prep

NPO after midnight
no gum chewing or smoking

10

Gall bladder location of asthenic

vertebral column

11

Pouch like portion of bowel

Cecum

12

Hand-carpal bone most frequent fracture

navicular

13

All joints of and and wrist are what class

Diarthroidal

14

What part of humerus does ulna articulate with

Trochlea of humerus

15

What neck of humerus is more proximal

Anatomical neck of humerus

16

What bone of forearm crosses over the other in pronation

Radius crosses over ulna

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Where is ulnar notch located

Distal

18

When does radial head fit into radial fossa

During flexion

19

What lies just distal to medial epicondyle

Trochlea of humerus

20

Distal radioulnar joint MT

Pivot

21

Radiocarpal wrist MT

Condylar

22

Where is capitulate located

Lateral

23

What process of ulna is located anterior

Coranoid process

24

What forearm bone is longer

Ulna

25

Structure of shoulder is most lateral

Greater tuberosity of humerus

26

2 Depressions located on posterior surface of scapula

Supraspinous fossa
Infraspinous fossa

27

Anterior surface of scapula aka

costal
ventral

28

Most frequently fractured bone in shoulder girdle

Clavicle

29

Dislocated vs separated shoulder

Dislocated the humeral head no longer articulates with glenoid fossa
Separated- Widening of AC joint

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Anatomical name for armpit

Axilla