Functionally Oriented Regional Anatomy Chapter 2
Chapter 2 The Trunk
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Study Questions About the Human Body
#1. What is the easiest way to see dots of color called phosphenes? squint carefully shut your eyes cry copiously look into the sun - b. shut your eyes #2. What bodily function is ...
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#1. naso-/rhino- - nose #2. pharyng/o - pharynx (throat) #3. Pharynx - -serves both the respiratory and digestive system #4. Three regions of the pharynx - 1.Nasopharynx 2.Oropharynx 3.Layngophary...
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#1. diet, physical activity, and health - factors that vary normal ranges as urine volume and solute composition #2. osmolality (osmoses per kilogram) (Os/kg) - affected by solute number, not size o...
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Analysis of Vaginal Secretions
#1. bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis, and trichomonas - the three major causes of the most common gynecologic complaints: vaginal discharge, vaginal discomfort, and vaginal odor #2. wet mount, amin...
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Anatomy & Physiology Exam 2
#1. Define Tissue: - A group of cells similar in structure. The cells within a tissue share a common embryonic origin. #2. Germ Layers: #3. Epithelial Tissue - A continuous layer lining body surf...
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Physical Examination of Urine
#1. urochrome - lipid-soluble pigment in plasma excreted at a constant rate in urine; gives urine the characteristic yellow color #2. urobilin - orange-brown pigment #3. uroerythrin - pink pigmen...
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Amniotic Fluid Analysis
#1. amniotic fluid - protects fetus while enabling movement; produced by amnion and placenta initially then by fetus (swallowing, respiration, and urination) #2. amniocentesis - transabdominally o...
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Seminal Fluid Analysis
#1. semen - composed of secretions from testes, epididymis, seminal vesicles, prostate, and bulbourethral glands #2. testes - secrete testosterone and produce sperm regulated by FSH and LH from ...
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#1. Facet - A smooth mostly flat surface on a bone #2. Notch - A deep indentation in a bone #3. Angle - A diverging of two bony landmarks from a common point #4. Foramen - A hole in ...
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#1. 100-200 g - amount of feces normally passed each day #2. small instestine - digests and absorbs foodstuffs #3. large intestine - absorbs water, sodium and chloride #4. diarrhea - an increase i...
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Cerebrospinal Fluid Analysis
#1. cerebrospinal fluid - selective secretion of plasma, not an ultrafiltrate #2. sodium, chloride and magnesium - contained in higher levels in CSF than in plasma #3. potassium calcium and protein ...
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