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Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed 1 NSCl280 Version 5 University of Phoenix Material Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Revealed CheckPoint p5 Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed 1 What is the name for the opening screen of Anatomy and Physiologyl Flevealed3 Preface but I went to Introduction in order to find the answers to these questions 2 Why is the text of this workbook often in bold letters Some text in this workbook are in bold as they are to help make my navigation and referring to the terms easier to locate in the computer while looking at my computer screen 3 What are the functions of each of the four SUBNAVIGATION buttons There are four subnavigation buttons at the top right they are from left to right Home Help Info and Exit Clicking on home returns you to your home screen Help takes you to a list of help videos Info gives you info on the publisher email address tech support authors and creators Exit allows you to end your session 4 What button would you click for a helpful guided tour of Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed In order to obtain a helpful guided tour you can access the Help Videos menu 5 What are the five STUDY AREAS in Anatomy and Physiology Flevealea The five study areas are Dissection Animation Histology Imaging and Quiz CheckPoint p10 The DISSECTION Study Area ALL CONTENT 1 What icon or button do you click on to enter the DISSECTION Study Area of Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed To enter the Dissection study area click on the icon with a scalpel 2 What is the name for the area of the screen where the images are located The screen where images are located is the Image screen 3 When clicking the LAYER buttons pins of different colors are visible on the dissected cadaver image What are those colors and what do they signify There are two colors of pins green and blue Green indicates structures of the current system being viewed where the blue indicates structures that are not part of the current system being viewed Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Revealed 2 NSCl280 Version 5 4 What happens when you mouseover one of the pins What happens when you leftclick them When you mouse over the pins it will identify the structures If you left click on the pins will highlight the structure and will provide information about the structure in the Structure Information window 5 What button do you select to change the topic you are viewing in Anatomy and Physiologyl Revealed There is a drop down arrow to the right of the topic box CheckPoint p 13 The DISSECTION Study Area my COURSE CONTENT 1 What is the function of the my button The my button will return you to the module menu 2 How are the study areas listed in the my COURSE CONTENT window The study areas are listed in alphabetical order in my course content window 3 How are you able to keep track of the structures you have viewed from the my COURSE CONTENT window You are able to keep track of the structures you have viewed as a yellow checkmark is placed next to the structure 4 How are you able to keep track of the structures you have yet to view from the my COURSE CONTENT window How do you know how many remain You can keep track of structures you have yet to view by looking at the last button on the sort by is the remaining button In parentheses is the number remaining 5 What are the options available with the SORT BY button The option available with the sort by button are alphabetical topic view and remaining 6 How would you print a list of structures from the my COURSE CONTENT window By utilizing the print list button you can then select the lists by module 7 What information is found in the LIST menu in the my COURSE CONTENT window The list button shows the name of the lists available in the my course content view CheckPoint p 14 The ANIMATIONS Study Area Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Revealed NSCl280 Version 5 What steps must be completed to access the ALL CONTENT list of animations from the HOME page To access the all content list of animations from the home page click on the digestive from the module menu click the animations icon and then the all content tab What steps must be completed to access my ANIMATIONS from the HOME page To access myAnimations from the home page click on the digestive from the module menu click the animations icon Describe the function of the buttons and slider on the ANIMATION window The function buttons are play and pause There is a slider that allows you to advance fonNard or go back and review the animation over CheckPoint p 16 The HISTOLOGY Section 1 Describe the sequence of steps you would take to access the HISTOLOGY Study Area of the Digestive System Assume you are starting from the HOME screen From the home screen you would click Digestive from the module menu then select the Histology icon You can select all content from the content tab and then click the topic tab to select your topic What steps would you then take to view the Epithelium of stomach tissue Select stomach from the list and click view Select the desired structure from the list Information regarding the structure appears in the structure information window You can then click the structure and view the Epithelium of the stomach What two different methods could you use to access the STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION window for the Epithelium of stomach tissue You can mouse over the pins or you can leftclick on the pins to activate the structure identification window What steps would you take to save the image of the Epithelium of stomach tissue To save the image of the Epithelium of stomach tissues click the tags onoff button and you will see the image What steps would you take to view the Villus of duodenum tissue Include steps to highlight structures and activate the STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION window Select the course content tab click my button select my histology tab then select to view the Villus of duodenum tissue You can mouse over the pins or left click the pins for structure identification 3 Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Fievealed 4 NSCl280 Version 5 CheckPoint p 21 The IMAGING Section 1 List the images available in the Skeletal System for the Skull XrayAnterior posterior and lateral views were available 2 List the images available in the Skeletal System for the Hip and thigh Xray view anterior and posterior 3 List the images available in the Skeletal System for the Knee XrayAnterior posterior and lateral views were available CheckPoint p 26 The QUIZ Section 1 Describe the sequence of steps that you would take to access the QUIZ Learning Area for the Nervous System Assume that you are starting from the HOME screen From the home screen from the module menu select the Nervous System Then select the quiz icon You can select the all topic menu and click select topic 2 List the Test topics available for the Muscular System My structures and my animations 3 What are the advantages of selecting ALL from the Select number of questions menu The advantage to selecting all from the select number of questions you will be asked every question from every image available 4 Describe the process of saving your results from a QUIZ To save your quiz press the save results button you will be given a pdf of your results CheckPoint p 26 What Have I Learned 1 Name the five study areas in Anatomy and Physiologyl Flevealed The five study areas are Dissection Animation Histology Imaging and Quiz 2 List the steps you would go through from the Anatomy and Physiology Fievealea HOME screen to view a deep dissection of the posterior abdomen You choose the module in this case it is Digestive the topic and view Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Fievealed 5 NSCl280 Version 5 3 List the steps you would go through from the Anatomy and Physiology l ievealea HOME screen to view the animation Gastric secretion Click on the my button a screen pops up and select the animation tab There are 6 choices select the second Gastric secretion It will load and then press play 4 Name the function of each of the following buttons see buttons on p 26 of the Workbook to Accompany Anatomy amp Physiology revealed 6 Dissection Animations Histology Image Quiz 5 Name the function of each of these five buttons see buttons on p 26 of the Workbook to Accompany Anatomy amp Physiology revealed a b C d 9 Search Home Help Information Exit 6 Using Anatomy and Physiologyl Flevealea define Umbilical region Anterior part of the abdominal wall in the median region 7 Using Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed define Oblique plane A slanted plane that passes through the body not horizontal or vertical 8 Using Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed define Anatomical position A person standing anatomic position is standing erect with arms at sides and palms facing up pointing downward feet parallel to each other and flat on floor with eyes directed fonNard 9 Using Anatomy and Physiologyl Flevealea define Proximal and Distal Becoming Familiar with Anatomy and Physiology Fievealed 6 NSCl280 Version 5 Distal is farther from trunk or origin of structure For example the wrist is distal to the elbow Proximal is just the opposite it is closer to the trunk or origin of structure 10 Using Anatomy and Physiology Flevealed define Right upper quadrant It is the abdominal area right of midline superior to transverse plane through the umbilicus Reference Broyles R B 2012 Workbook to accompany anatomy amp physiology revealed version 30 New YorkNY McGrawHill
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