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## PEDS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Extensor Digitorum Muscle, Radial Tuberosity, Deep Vein

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## MATH102 Lecture 33: Week 11 - Row, Column, and Null Space of a Matrix, Change in Basis, orthogonal and orthonormal basis

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## MATH102 Lecture 43: Week 14.32 - Complex Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors (Not on Exam)

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## MATH102 Lecture 15: Week 5 - Linear Equations and Hyperplanes

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Olinear these equations can"t become linear due to other functions at play is linear. If b = 0 then we call the linear equation homogeneous. Some famil
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## MATH102 Lecture 42: Week 14.31 - Diagonalization of symmetric matrices

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## MATHQ 102 Lecture 1: 14.1, Functions of Several Variables

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## MATH209 Lecture 3: Math 209 - Parametric Surfaces^J Tangent Planes

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## MATH209 Lecture 7: Math 209 - Partial Derivatives. Tangent Plane

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U OF APEDS100Norman GeeFall

## PEDS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Hyaline Cartilage, Pia Mater, Thyroid Cartilage

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Peds100 lecture exam review: elevation or depression-literally moving up or down, abduction/protraction or adduction/retraction-literally moves side to
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## Chapter 7: The Appendicular Division of the Skeletal System

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## Anatomy of bones

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## Anatomy Of The Hip

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## Central Nervous System Anatomy

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## Bones of The Foot

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## Origins And Insertions And Actions of Muscles That Move The Thigh

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## Forearm and Hand Muscles

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## Muscles Of The Back

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## Popular Textbook Notes

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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Latissimus Dorsi Muscle, Scapula, Deltoid Tuberosity

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Muscles that move the arm: 2 muscles originate from axial skeleton: pectoralis major and latissimus dorsi, 7 muscles originate from scapula: coracobrac
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Transverse Plane, Abdominopelvic Cavity, Peritoneal Cavity

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Cells are the simplest structural and functional unit of life: adult humans have 60-100 trillion cells, histology: studies properties and structure of
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Basal Lamina, Epithelium, Salivary Gland

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4 primary tissue types: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, neural tissue. Simple epithelium: one layer of cells covering basal lamina
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle, Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle, Peroneus Tertius

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Anything between the malleoli anteriorly dorsiflexes, anything between them posteriorly plantar flex. Anything going laterally everts, anything going m
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Frontal Bone, Fibrocartilage, Clavicle

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Classification of bones: long bones: tubular shaft, ends are enlarged, dimensions don"t matter, flat bones: thin, all have outer covering of very dense
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Flexor Carpi Radialis Muscle, Transverse Abdominal Muscle, Brachialis Muscle

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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Biceps Femoris Muscle, Greater Sciatic Notch, Lumbar Plexus

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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Articular Processes, Sacrum, Thoracic Vertebrae

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Sacrum: part of both appendicular and axial skeleton. Narrow caudal portion is sacral apex, broad superior surface base. Sacral promontory: prominent b
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Masseter Muscle, Mastoid Part Of The Temporal Bone, Occipital Bone

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~ 60% of skeletal muscles are axial muscles: muscles of head and neck, muscles of vertebral column, muscles of abdomen, muscles of pelvic floor. Muscle
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Glenohumeral Ligaments, Glenoid Labrum, Coracohumeral Ligament

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Ligaments: glenohumeral ligaments: anterior regions where capsule surrounding shoulder thickens. Muscles: muscles that move humerus stabilize glenohume
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## Most Popular

U OF APEDS100Normand BouleFall

## PEDS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Extensor Digitorum Muscle, Radial Tuberosity, Deep Vein

OC31784223 Page
10 Mar 2016
23
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U OF APEDS100Norman GeeFall

## PEDS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Hyaline Cartilage, Pia Mater, Thyroid Cartilage

OC8650441 Page
28 Mar 2016
18
Peds100 lecture exam review: elevation or depression-literally moving up or down, abduction/protraction or adduction/retraction-literally moves side to
View Document
U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## Chapter 7: The Appendicular Division of the Skeletal System

OC229473 Page
9 Nov 2011
36
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Latissimus Dorsi Muscle, Scapula, Deltoid Tuberosity

OC253232 Page
25 Nov 2011
25
Muscles that move the arm: 2 muscles originate from axial skeleton: pectoralis major and latissimus dorsi, 7 muscles originate from scapula: coracobrac
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Transverse Plane, Abdominopelvic Cavity, Peritoneal Cavity

OC253235 Page
22 Nov 2011
49
Cells are the simplest structural and functional unit of life: adult humans have 60-100 trillion cells, histology: studies properties and structure of
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Basal Lamina, Epithelium, Salivary Gland

OC253233 Page
25 Nov 2011
27
4 primary tissue types: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, neural tissue. Simple epithelium: one layer of cells covering basal lamina
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle, Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle, Peroneus Tertius

OC253233 Page
25 Nov 2011
22
Anything between the malleoli anteriorly dorsiflexes, anything between them posteriorly plantar flex. Anything going laterally everts, anything going m
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Frontal Bone, Fibrocartilage, Clavicle

OC253233 Page
22 Nov 2011
37
Classification of bones: long bones: tubular shaft, ends are enlarged, dimensions don"t matter, flat bones: thin, all have outer covering of very dense
View Document
U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Flexor Carpi Radialis Muscle, Transverse Abdominal Muscle, Brachialis Muscle

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25 Nov 2011
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

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10 Nov 2011
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## Most Recent

U OF APEDS100Norman GeeFall

## PEDS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Hyaline Cartilage, Pia Mater, Thyroid Cartilage

OC8650441 Page
28 Mar 2016
18
Peds100 lecture exam review: elevation or depression-literally moving up or down, abduction/protraction or adduction/retraction-literally moves side to
View Document
U OF APEDS100Normand BouleFall

## PEDS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Extensor Digitorum Muscle, Radial Tuberosity, Deep Vein

OC31784223 Page
10 Mar 2016
23
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## Gross Anatomy of the Spinal Cord

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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Nuchal Ligament, Intervertebral Foramina, Articular Processes

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25 Nov 2011
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Hyoid bone doesn"t articulate with any other bone in body. Cervical (7), thoracic (12), lumbar (5), sacral (1) 5 fused vertebrae, coccygeal (1) Between
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Biceps Femoris Muscle, Greater Sciatic Notch, Lumbar Plexus

OC253233 Page
25 Nov 2011
24
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Articular Processes, Sacrum, Thoracic Vertebrae

OC253232 Page
25 Nov 2011
29
Sacrum: part of both appendicular and axial skeleton. Narrow caudal portion is sacral apex, broad superior surface base. Sacral promontory: prominent b
View Document
U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Masseter Muscle, Mastoid Part Of The Temporal Bone, Occipital Bone

OC253232 Page
25 Nov 2011
29
~ 60% of skeletal muscles are axial muscles: muscles of head and neck, muscles of vertebral column, muscles of abdomen, muscles of pelvic floor. Muscle
View Document
U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle, Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle, Peroneus Tertius

OC253233 Page
25 Nov 2011
22
Anything between the malleoli anteriorly dorsiflexes, anything between them posteriorly plantar flex. Anything going laterally everts, anything going m
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U OF APEDS100Gail Amort- LarsonFall

## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Anterior Superior Iliac Spine, Tensor Fasciae Latae Muscle, Gluteus Medius Muscle

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Muscles that move the thigh, muscles that move the leg, muscles that move the foot and toes. Muscles that have action lines that pass posterior to axis
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## PEDS100 Chapter Notes -Ischial Tuberosity, Biceps Femoris Muscle, Quadriceps Femoris Muscle

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25 Nov 2011
21
Muscles whose action lines pass anterior to axis of knee are extensors of knee (quadriceps femoris) most extensors originate of femoral surface and ext
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