chapter 19 part two
...blood flow equivalent to - CO(cardiac output) and under resting conditions, it is relative constant #2. what is blood pressure - the force per unit area exerted on a vessel wall by contained blood. #3....
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Final exam: #3
...pancreas D) The gallbladder E)Parotid gland - B #2. Gastric secretions of the digestive system are directly...cells - E #16. Number of incisors in the adult A) 2 B) 4 C) 6 D) 8 E) 0 - D #17. All are true of...
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Urinary System visual learning
...column - c #69. What physiological process occurs at the structure labeled "2"? A) excretion B)... A) A B) B C) C D) D E) E - e #2. Identify the letter that indicates the blood vessel...
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Final exam: #1
...the platelet plug & participates in coagulation #2. Lymphocytes - Cells that produce antibodies and...correct - A #38. The heartbeat is initiated every A) .2 seconds B) .5 seconds C) .8 seconds D) 1.2 minutes...
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C)Enhancing the release of Angiotensin II D) Promoting ACE release from the lungs E) Both b and c - B #2. Venous return is strongly enhanced by: A) Hormonal controls over veins B) The thick muscular walls...
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B1 (thiamine) - beriberi (nerve disorders - tingling. poor coordination, reduced heart function #2. vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - skin lesions such as cracks at the corner of the mouth #3. niacin B3 -...
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General Neurologic Exam
...coffee or mint, test one nostril at a time. #2. Cranial Nerve 2 - Optic: Test: Fundoscopy, with opthalmascope...Facial expression. Sensory test: Taste of anterior 2/3 of tongue (not usually performed) #8. Cranial nerve...
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...fibers 2. AV bundle 3. AV node 4. SA node 5. bundle branches - D) 4, 3, 2, 5, 1 #16....converted into 2 molecules of pyruvic acid C) hydrogen atoms are removed from organic molecules D) 2 molecules...
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Exercise 31 vocabulary
#1. Bradycardia - Heart rate under 100 beats/min #2. Electrocardiogram (ECG) - Recording of electrical changes in heart activity #3. Fibrillation - very rapid uncoordinated myocardial activity #4. Functional...
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Anatomy and Physiology 2 Pg. 4
...is innate immunity. #2. How does the skin repel many pathogens in many ways? (2) - The skin repel many...monocytes. #21. What are the 2 types of macrophages and what do they do? - The 2 types of macrophages are:...
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...are present and stimulate secretion of thyroid horomones - HYPERTHYROIDISM aka GRAVES DISEASE #2. T CELLS MYELIN SHEATHS AROUND AXONS OF NEURONS - MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS #3. MOST OCCUR IN WOMEN BETWEEN...
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#1. Octreotide - Brand name: Sandostatin Treats :Pituitary Giantism GHIH #2. Pegvisomant - Brand name: Somavert Treats:Pituitary Giantism GH receptor Blocker #3. Bromocriptine - Brand...
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Flow of Bile
#1. Start (#1) - Hepatocytes (Liver) #2. #2 - Bile Caniculi (Liver) #3. #3 - Bile Ductules (Liver) #4. #4 - Right and Light Hepatic Ducts (Liver, which both feed into the next structure, #5) #5....
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Muscle Pratical: Extra Credit
#1. Frontalis Origin - Epicranial Aponeurotica #2. Frontalis Insertation - Skin superior to supraorbital margin #3. Frontalis Action - Raises eyebrow #4. Frontalis Innervation - Facial Nerve (7) #5...
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