Study Guide Quiz 3
Study Guide Quiz 3 KI 2063
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Areal Carter on Monday March 28, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to KI 2063 at Mississippi State University taught by Jeffery D Simpson in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 119 views. For similar materials see Medical Terminology in Kinesiology at Mississippi State University.
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Date Created: 03/28/16
abduction moves away from the midline adduction moves closer to the midline Afferent Carry or move inward or toward a central structure Atrai always ________ the top off ; never ventricle. they ______ fill them. Framework of the body Bones Function as store calcium and other minerals produce red blood cells cerebr/o cerebotomy CNS Central Nervous System ; network of nervous tissue found in brain and spinal cord crani/o craniomalacia dendr/o dendrite Efferent carry or move away from a central structure extension increases the angle of a joint Parasympathetic Nervous System factors that regulate HR Sympathetic Nervous System flat bones cranial bones Flexion decreases the angle of a joint gangli/o dorsal root ganglion accumulation of fluid in the ventricle of the hydrocephalus brain , causing increased intracranial pressure, and separation of cranial bones irregular bones asymmetrical shape kines/i kinesiology lex/o dyslexia mening/i meningitis muscles primary functions provide movement is ? Neurilemma projection of a neuron, especially the axon that transmits impulses neur/o neural Seasmoid bones patella seasmoid short bones bones of wrist and ankle stroke volume volume of blood pumped in a single contraction Two Skeletal Systems Axial Skeleton Appendicular Skeleton long bones types of bones flat boness sesamoid boness types of long bones Femur , humerous Ventricle chamber of cavity of an organ that receives or holds fluid What are attachments Tendons Ligament What are some major functions control of the internal environment voluntary control of movement of the nervous system programming the spinal reflex Hemiparesis- weakness in one half of the body what are some signs of syncope- loss od consciousness Cerebrovascular Disease? aphasia- inability to speak what are the three types of skeletal cardiac muscle Tissues? smooth what are the two Heart Pulmonary Circuit Circuits? systemic circuit what are the two major Ischemic Stroke types of strokes? Hemorrhagic Stroke what are two types of Subarachnoid hemorrhage hemorrhages? Intracerebral Hemorrhage what does the Peripheral nerve cells (neurons) Nervous System consist of ? What is a Degenerative Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Disease Disorders Alzheimer's Disease what is a primary brain diffusion axonal injury coup-contra coup injury damage? closed or open injury what is Frank Starlings the more that the muscle is stretched, the stronger the contration Law what is secondary Brain hypoxia- ischemic injury damage? swelling/ edema what is the cardiac amount of blood pumped output? by the heart In one minute What parts do the CNS Brain divide into? Spinal Cord When does a stroke occurs when the blood flow to the brain is interrupted by a blocked or burst appear? blood vessel
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