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by: Jordan Gause


Jordan Gause
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Human Anatomy
Benjamin Miller Auerbach (P)

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TAPP study guide: vocab words and two practice diagrams to label with answers for exam Tuesday!
Human Anatomy
Benjamin Miller Auerbach (P)
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jordan Gause on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to EEB 240 at University of Tennessee - Knoxville taught by Benjamin Miller Auerbach (P) in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 84 views. For similar materials see Human Anatomy in Biology at University of Tennessee - Knoxville.




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Date Created: 09/17/15
Terms to Know by body section I don39t have the de nitions because it helps me to study by looking up these de nitions and manually writing them outthey are all in the notes Osteoogica bones Axial Appendicular Periosteum compact bone canellous bone medullary cavity joint brous joint cartilaginousjoint Synovial Joint Synovial Fluid Ligament Muscle belly head Tendons Aponeurosis Cardiac Muscle Smooth Muscle Cardiovascular System Arteries Veins Capillaries Pulmonary Circulation Systemic Circulation Portal Circulation Anastomosis Nervous System Central Nervous System Cervical Thoracic Lumbar Sacral Intercostal Nerve Peripheral Nervous System Somatic Autonomic Synapse Sympathetic Parasympathetic Lymphatic System Tonsils Thymus Thoracic Duct Spleen Nodes Integumentary Thorax Surface Sternum Manubrium Body Xyphoid Spinous Process Internal Thoracic Artery Lactiferous Ducts Suspensory Ligaments Fascia Pectoralis Major Muscle Thorax Muscles Forced Inspiration External Intercostal Muscle Internal Intercostal Muscle Innermost Intercostal Muscle Costodiaphragmatic recess Pleural Ca vity Serous Fluid Parietal Pleura Visceral Pleura Lungs Hilum Apex Oblique ssures Middle Lobe Diaphragmatic Surface Descending Aorta Bronchus Bronchopulmonary Units Alveolus Capillaries Other Nerves etc of Thorax Phrenic Nerve Common Coratid Pulmonary Arteries Pulmonary Veins InferiorSuperior Vena Cava Skeleton of Abdomen Umbilicus External Abdominal Obliques Aponerosis lnguinal Ligament lnternal Abdominal Obliques Rectus Abdominal Muscles Transverse Abdominal Muscle Acrcuate Line Parietal Peritoneum lnouina Canal Spermatic Cord Cremaster Muscle Transversus Abdominis Vas Deferens Scrotum Hernias indirect direct Abdominal Ca vitv Continuous Cavity Peritoneum Mesentery Visceral Peritoneum Retroperitoneal Organ Great Omentum Omental Hursa Stomach Pyloric Sphicnter Omental Bursa Pancreas Exocnne Endocnne Liver Porta Hepatis Larqe Gallbladder Common Bile Duct Cystic Duct Duodenum Jejunum lleum Mesentery Intestine Colon Cecum Mesocolon Appendix Ascending Colon Transverse Colon Left Colic Flexure Spleen Retroperitoneal Orqans Arter Kidney Convex side Concave side Ureter Cortex Major Calyx 39a Blood Flow Celiac Trunk Superior Mesenteric Artery Inferior Mesenteric Artery Gonadal Arteries Common Hepatic Artery Splenic Artery Left Gastric Artery lleocolic Artery Gonadal vein Portal system Splanchnic nerves Vagus nerve PSOAS Quadratus lumborum Pelvis Osteoogy sacrum perineum right and left 05 coxa ischium pubis illium pubic symphysis iliac fossa sacral alae pelvic inlet falsetrue pelvis acetabulum ischial spine anal sphincter pelvic diaphragm ovary vas deferens Muscles of the pelvic oorgenitals Blood cocygeus muscle levator ani muscle anal triangle perineum labia majora bulbospongiousus muscle ischiocavernosus muscle super cial transverse pedneal gluteus maximus muscle external anal sphincter internal sphincter spermatic cord corpus spongiosum corpus cavernosa uterus rectum uterine tubes ureter cecum bladder seminal vesicle cremaster muscle epididymis ejaculatory duct ori ce penile urethra vagina broad ligament Vessels of Post Ab right internal iliac artery left internal iliac artery Internal lliac Artery Branches superior vesical artery obturator artery vaginal arteryinferior internal pudenal Internal Pudenda Artery deep penile artery dorsal penile artery Pudenda Nerve coccygeus m Point and Shoot parasympathetic blood sympathetic sperm Sacral Autonomic Nerves Other Information to Know the blood ow through the heart Summary of the Arterial Blood Flow celiac trunk superior artery inferior artery KNOW TERM LIST AND WHERE THEY ARE IN BODY Practice Diagrams 1 Name each line Answers 1 From left to right going counterclockwise ovaries cecum bladder broad ligament uterus uterine tube sigmoid colon rectum From left to right going counterclockwise le lobe porta hepatis quadrate lobe gallbladder right lobe bare area inferior vena cava


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