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moves away from abduction the midline clearness or acuity sharpness of a sensory function moves closer to the adduction midline Carry or move Afferent inward or toward a central structure anorexia lack of or loss of appetitie appendicitis inflammation of the appendix appendic/o appendix Atrai always ________ the ventricle. they top off ; never ______ fill them. Framework of the body protect internal organs Bones Function as store calcium and other minerals produce red blood cells can sound was be conducted through true the bone ?(true/false) amount of blood cardiac output pumped by the heart in one minute Cardi/o heart cerebr/o cerebotomy chol/e bile Central Nervous System CNS ; network of nervous tissue found in brain and spinal cord decrease in visual common signs of activity eye disorders headache pain in eye crani/o craniomalacia dendr/o dendrite duoden/o duodenum dysphagia difficulty swallowing carry or move away Efferent from a central structure Electra/o electricity Embol/o embolus visual examination endoscopy of a cavity or canal using an endoscope extension increases the angle of a joint Parasympathetic factors that Nervous System regulate HR Sympathetic Nervous System flat bones cranial bones decreases the angle Flexion of a joint gangli/o dorsal root ganglion End diastolic volume Heart Measures (EDV) End Systolic Volume Ejection Volume accumulation of fluid in the ventricle of the brain , causing hydrocephalus increased intracranial pressure, and separation of cranial bones hypertension abnormally high blood pressure hypotension abnormally low blood pressure irregular bones asymmetrical shape kines/i kinesiology lex/o dyslexia -megay enlargement mening/i meningitis muscles primary provide movement functions is ? My/o muscle projection of a neuron, Neurilemma especially the axon that transmits impulses neur/o neural -opia vision -phagia swallowing, eating presby/o old age rect/o rectum Seasmoid bones patella seasmoid bones of wrist and short bones ankle sial/o salivia stomat/o mouth volume of blood stroke volume pumped in a single contraction Axial Skeleton Two Skeletal Appendicular Systems Skeleton long bones short bones types of bones flat bones irregular bones sesamoid bones types of long bones Femur , humerous chamber of cavity of an Ventricle organ that receives or holds fluid What are Tendons attachments Ligament what are some liver accessory organs to gallbladder the digestive system pancrease What are some control of the internal environment major functions of voluntary control of movement the nervous system programming the spinal reflex Hemiparesis- weakness in one what are some signs half of the body of Cerebrovascular syncope- loss od consciousness Disease? aphasia- inability to speak what are the Break Down food functions of the GI Eliminate waste tract Fibrous Tunic what are the layers of cornea the eye (outermost to conjunctiva eye lid innermost)? lacrimal glands what are the three external ear (outer) major sections of Tympanic ear`(middle) the ear Labytinth (inner) what are the three skeletal types of muscle cardiac Tissues? smooth What are the two Pulmonary Circuit heart circuits Systemic Circuit what are the two Pulmonary Circuit Heart Circuits? systemic circuit what are the two Ischemic Stroke major types of Hemorrhagic Stroke strokes? Subarachnoid what are two types hemorrhage Intracerebral of hemorrhages? Hemorrhage what coordinate the Extraocular muscles eyes to move in a synchronized manner? if the eye what does the nerve cells Peripheral Nervous (neurons) System consist of ? Muscles What functions help Bones support the movement Joints Related Structures ( Tendons, of the body? connective tissue) What is a Multiple Sclerosis Degenerative Parkinson's Disease Disorders Alzheimer's Disease diffusion axonal injury what is a primary Focal Injury brain damage? coup-contra coup injury closed or open injury what is Frank the more that the muscle is stretched, the Starlings Law stronger the contration hypoxia- ischemic what is secondary Brain damage? injury swelling/ edema amount of blood what is the cardiac output? pumped by the heart In one minute What is the digestive tube gastrointestinal Tract (GI) called What parts do the Brain CNS divide into? Spinal Cord what type of MD ophthalmologist treats eye disorders what type of physician specializes in studying and diagnosing diseases nd Cardiologist conditions of the cardiovascular system occurs when the blood When does a stroke flow to the brain is appear? interrupted by a blocked or burst blood vessel
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