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What do you mean by meatus?

What do you mean by meatus?

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School: University of Wisconsin Green Bay
Department: OTHER
Course: Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
Professor: Donald drewiske
Term: Spring 2017
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Name: Lab Notes
Description: Notes for Practical 1
Uploaded: 02/06/2017
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Bone Markings If you want to learn more check out What are the examples of theories of moral development?

Depressions /openings Don't forget about the age old question of What is an example of a linear combination?

Fissure: narrow slit

Foramen: hole                 magnum-big          lacerum- (laceration) wend shaped

Meatus tube-like opening

Fossa: Shallow depression We also discuss several other topics like What are the two routes that influence persuasive appeals?

Processes - projections for articulation If you want to learn more check out How are rocks identified?

Condyle: smooth, rounded process

Ramus small branch

Spine: pointed processIf you want to learn more check out utd e learning

Paranasal sinuses: mucous membrane lined cavities

Fontanels soft spots" on fetal skulls (allows for easier birth - makes head more cone shaped

→ goes back to normalWe also discuss several other topics like pncc geo guide

Vertebral Column

Cervical: 7 vertebrae (smaller (lighter body) - flat ovals

                                        Atlas - C1: map to brain

                                        Axis - C2: gives access to other vertebrae

Thoracic: 12 - elephant

Lumbar: 5 - moose (bigger/heavier body)

Sacrum: 5 vertebrae fused together

Coccyx : tip (tail bone)

Sternum: 3 fused bones

  • manubrium
  • superior portion
  • suprasternal notch (or jugular notch)
  • body
  • Sternal angle - and rib attaches between
  • The body and manubrium
  • xiphoid process inferior

manubrium and body

Ribs: 12 pairs

True Ribs: 1st 7 pairs (vertebrosternal) direct attachment to sternum

False Ribs: last 5 pairs

Vertebrochandral: 8-10 pairs costal Cartilage attached to 7

Floating ribs: (vertebral) not attached to sternum or cartilage 11

Intercostal space: space between ribs.

                

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