Functionally Oriented Regional Anatomy Chapter 2
Chapter 2 The Trunk
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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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#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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Pleural, Pericardial, and Peritoneal Fluid Analysis
#1. serous membrane - covers lungs, heart, and abdominal organs (visceral membrane) and internal surfaces of body cavity wall (parietal membrane) #2. pleural - fluid of the lungs #3. pericardial ...
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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. kidneys - located in retroperitoneum posterior abdominal wall #2. glomeruli - exclusive site of plasma filtration located in outer cortex #3. medulla - consists of pyramid shaped tissues #4. pa...
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#1. 7.2-7.8 - normal pH of sperm #2. 3.8-4.5 - normal pH of vaginal secretions #3. greater than or equal to 2 - Lecithin/sphingomyelin ration indicating fetal lung maturity #4. large gram positive ...
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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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Renal and Metabolic Disease
#1. glomerular, tubular, interstitial, and vascular - the four types of renal disease #2. glomerular - caused by immune mediated #3. tubular and interstitial - caused by toxic or infectious substan...
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Chemical Examination of Urine
#1. reagent strips - the most common method for chemical testing #2. ascorbic acid - high amounts that can interfere and cause false positives #3. moisture, heat, chemicals, and light - factors tha...
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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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