BMS Midterm Study Guide
BMS Midterm Study Guide BMS 307
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Erin Heard on Monday February 29, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BMS 307 at Missouri State University taught by Dr. Morris in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 221 views. For similar materials see Human Anatomy in Biomedical Sciences at Missouri State University.
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Date Created: 02/29/16
Thoracic, Abdominal, & Pelvic Cavities Thorax Function: breathing Thoracic wall & pleura cavity Bones of structure (ribs, sternum) Costal muscles Axillary (lateral) lines Ribs (7 true, 3 false, 2 floating) Posterior joints *relative location of structures posterior to bones & muscles Trachea Primary bronchi (2) Secondary/lobar bronchi (3R & 2L) Tertiary/segmental bronchi (10R & 8L) supply bronchopulmonary segment Bronchioles (no cartilage) Separation (fissures) Pulmonary circulation o Veins o Arteries o Hilum o *Veins go to heart, arteries lead away Azygos system Heart (4 chambers) o Pericardium o Surface o Atria o Ventricles o vasculature Abdominal Wall (*emphasis on external vs internal) Innervation nerves From diaphragm>pelvic Digestive tract & flow o Esophagus>Rectum Liver (4 lobes) o Detoxify blood Gallbladder o Store & concentrate bile from liver o Cystic duct>bile duct>duodenum Portal Triad o Hepatic artery o Hepatic portal vein o Bile duct Bile storage & secretion Pancreas o Posterior to stomach & duodenum Spleen Small intestine o Duodenum o Jejunum o Ileum Ileocecal junction Large intestine (colon) Kidney o nephron Abdominal Blood Supply o Celiac trunk o Superior mesenteric artery o Inferior mesenteric artery o Hepatic portal vein o Innervation nerves (afferent/sensory-CNS, efferent/motor-from CNS) o Vagus nerve (parasympathetic) Pelvis Muscles Nerves Hernias Os coxae (hip bone) Ligaments Bone structure (3 parts) o Ileum o Ischium o pubis
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