Power Point Review for Exam 1
Power Point Review for Exam 1 BIOL 103 - 03
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Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Chapter 1 Form Follows Function complimentary nature of AampP Slide 1 Organizational hierarchy Slide 2 SAP Atoms Molecules Macromolecules Organelles Cells Tissues Organs Organ Systems Organisms Know 12 Systems Slide 3 lntegumentary system Protects and Contains Know planes for lab practical questions similar to that from LSM s Slide 6 Coronal Transverse Midsagittal Know that planes may look different depending on how it is cut Slide 7 Anatomical directions Slide 8 Anterior vs Posterior Superior vs Inferior Medial vs Lateral Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Proximal vs Distal Know anatomical regions and terms VKMK Slide 9 Midsagittal view vs Coronal view Slide 10 May be on practical What view is this Close body cavities lined serous membranes watery fluid lubricates Dorsal and ventral are two subdivisions both of those have two subdivisions Open body cavities Mucous membranes provide dfence can stick finger in Touches organs gt visceral Slide 11 Touches body cavity wall gt Parietal Major organs that lie underneath abdominopelvic regions and abdominopelvic quadrants Slide 12 CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE Chapter 5 ECMN Overview of Tissues Slide 1 Know how epithelial tissue is named Slide 2 Number of layers and shape of cells at apical surface Squamous squished Cuboidal cube Columnar column Types of Epithelia Slide 3 Identify how epithelial tissue is categorized Keratinized found in one place gt SKIN INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM Simple Epithelial Slide 4 Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Ciliated Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelia With goblet Cells UNUSUAL SIMPLE EPITHELIA TRANSITIONAL EPITHELIUM UNUSUAL EPITHELIA Slide 5 Exocrine gland gt Has Ducts come from Epithelial Tissue Derived from fetal development from epithelial tissue Slide 6 Connective Tissue Slide 7 Always has a matrix and cells suspended in matrix connects and supports Connective Tissue Classification Slide 8 Which is an example of loose connective tissue proper Areolar Adipose Reticular Unusual connective tissue Blood Bone Connective Tissue Proper Slide 9 Unique Types of Loose Connective Tissue Proper Adipose Lab Know how to identify dense regular and dense irregular Slide 10 Two types of Unusual Connective Tissue Slide 1213 Bone Blood Muscle Tissue Slide 15 Movement Cardiac Muscle Tissue lntercalated discs cardiac muscle has unique structure Nothing looks like striated muscles Nervous Tissue Slide 16 Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Unique Communication Nothing looks like nervous tissue Slide 17 Tissue types Any structure is going to be a combination of all four tissue types Know 3 Cell Surface Modifications Cilia gt hair like projections that wave and move things Microvilli gt finger like projections lining of small intestine FIagella gt only on sperm Chapter 6 Tactile receptors are actually lamellar Slide 1 Tactile are at the top Dermis is dense irregular connective tissue Slide 2 Keratinized Stratified Squamous in skin Tactile in dermal papillae Lamellar corpuscles look like onion Slide 3 Cleavage lines gt Involved in cutting and suturing body parts CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE Slide 4 Integument Layers and Subcutaneous Layer Slide 5 Dermis Epidermis Dermis and epidermis technically only parts of integumentary system Subcutaneous layer deep to dermis Hypodermis below the dermis Know general structure of hair LSPT question Slide 8 Arrector Pilli Muscle gt visceral don t have voluntary control over goosebumps Know three degrees of burns Slide 9 Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Third painless because of nerve damage nerves literally fried Know general concept of the rule of 9 s Slide 10 Basically it is a way for physicians to tell how much of a body is burned percentage wise in multiples of 9 Need to know three types of skin cancer Most common Most dangerous least dangerous malignant and non malignant invasive Chapter 8 Bones of the Axial and Appendicular Skeleton Slide 1 Know major joints of articulated skeleton emphasis on knee 5 Knees on lab practical Composition of knee from lab models Patella Patellar Ligament Quadriceps Femoris Muscle MCL ACL PCL Lateral and medial meniscus LCL Coronal sectional plane of skull know basic structures Slide 2 Cranial Cavity Orbit Nasal Cavity Know major bones and sutures Slide 3 Frontal Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Parietal Occipital Temporal Lamboid Suture Sagital suture Coronal Suture Hyoid bone Strangulation Know significants and location Slide 5 Broken in strangulation under chinmandible Know number of vertebrae 33 Slide 6 Practical Identify specific part of vertebral column gt Lumbar Know curvatures cervical thoracic lumbar and sacral Know abnormal curvatures Slide 7 Kyphosis Lordosis not pathologic Scoliosis Know true false and floating ribs Slide 8 Hip bone Male and Female Differences FFF Which bones make up hip joint Pelvic bone left and right hip bone Ilium ischium and pubic bone Pelvic girdle 3 bones plus symphysis pubis Hip fracture gt Neck of femur joint between femur and pelvis Differences pelvis and pelvic girdle posterior vs anterior Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Chapter 9 Typical Synovial Joint Slide 1 Joint between phalanges or knee joint Articular cartilage gt Hyaline cartilage most common Synovial gt Knee Knee joint Sagittal section Slide 2 Know mid sag and para sections Suprapatellar bursa Above Prepatellar bursaIn front of bursa lntrapatellar bursae gt below bursa Fluid filled sacs facilitate movement Tendon sheaths Levers Slide 3 3types First class Scissors Second class Wheelbarrow Third class way most of the musculoskeletal system is made up of in body most common type of lever Tweezers Need to know basic motions Slide 48 Flexion Extension Hyperextension Lateral Flexion Power Point Review For Anatomy Exam 1 Abduction Adduotion Pronation Supination Inversion and Eversion Most frequent ankle sprain gt Eversion lnversion gt Roll ankle inUNUSUAL Opposition gt Thumbs to 4 fingers Dorsiflexion and plantar flexion Terrible Triad gtKnee injuries torn ACL COMMON Slide 10 Arthritis gt Different types Slide 11
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