Cranial Nerves Origin and Course
#1. olfactory - fibers arise from olfactory epithelium and run through cribiform plate foramina (ethmoid bone) to the olfactory bulb. #2. optic - fibers arise from retina of eye, pass through opti...
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Human anatomy root word 11
#1. Meter - Measure #2. Oligo - Small, few #3. Phobia - Fear #4. Photo - Light #5. Pyo - Pus #6. Roentgen - X ray #7. Scope - Instrument for visual examination #8. in - In, within, into #9. In...
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Microscopic Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle
shayna17|9 years ago|+1|234 views
The Respiratory System: Part B
Chapter 22 part B powerpoint
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THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
#1. Alimentary Canal - also known as GI Tract #2. Accessory Digestive Organs includes - teeth, tongue, gallbladder, salivary glands, liver and pancreas. #3. what are the 6 major digestive process ...
Mario_Xiong|5 years ago|±0|182 views
Exam 3 Study Guide
How will consuming this much salt affect her physiology? - There will be a temporary increase in blood...kidney. - progesterone #108. The most important physiological buffer systems are the ------- and the --------...
chas|8 years ago|±0|249 views
Respiratory System & Digestive System Conditions
#1. laryngitis - inflammation of the larynx #2. asthma - bronchioconstriction activated by histamine reduces airflow inhaler activates bronchiodilation #3. respiratory distress syndrome - common ...
mdillon|5 years ago|±0|22 views
bone tissue and skeletal system part 2
#1. A compound fracture ______. - results in bone breaking the skin #2. The most important factor in fracture healing is _____. - immobilization #3. A fracture caused when bone fragments or splinter...
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PNS, cranial nerves
#1. Olfactory nerve - sensory for smell #2. II Optic nerve - sensory for vision #3. Oculomotor nerve - motor fibers to eye muscles #4. Trochlear - motor fiber to one eye muscle #5. Trigeminal nerv...
Manal|7 years ago|±0|79 views
Human Anatomy: Basic Anatomical Terms
#1. List the 4 anatomical terms for describing position - anatomical, supine, prone, lithotomy #2. positional term for lying face up, eyes forward, arms at sides, feet up, palms up - supine #3. posi...
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