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Anatomy and Physiology for Physiotherapy 2

BM1042 Lecture 1: Week 1
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Week 1 Identify and describe the bones, joints and muscles of the thoracic cage and thoracic wall Thorax Thoracic cage = skeletal o Parts Sternum Manubrium (thickest and widest with jugular notch), body (sternum proper) Xi...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Seminiferous Tubule, Labia Minora, Ejaculatory Duct
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Week 10 Describe the skeletal and ligamentous components of the pelvis, the anatomy of the pelvic inlet and outlet and gender differences. Pelvic cavity Continuous with abdominal cavity ...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Popliteal Fossa, Malleolus
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Week 6 Describe the bones involved in the knee joint Knee joint is largest synovial joint in body Screen clipping taken: 29/08/2018 10:26 AM Screen clipping taken: 29/08/2018 8:12 P...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Great Saphenous Vein, Lumbar Plexus, Quadratus Of Athens
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Week 7 Describe both the dorsal and plantar aspects of the foot Joint of foot Screen clipping taken: 5/09/2018 10:31 AM MTP o Flex/ext, ab/adduction Describe the liga...

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BM1042 Lecture 5: Week 5
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Week 5 Identify different regions of the lower limb Screen clipping taken: 19082018 8:21 PM List the main bones of the lower limb

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BM1042 Lecture 8: Week 8
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Week 8 Identify the surface locations of the abdominal organs onto the four quadrants and nine descriptive regions of the abdomen. Located inferiorly to thorax Bound superiorly by diaphragm and inferiorly by pelvic inlet C...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Maltose, Lacteal, Triglyceride
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Week 9 Discuss the mechanisms which control gut movements to maximise its efficiency Screen clipping taken: 19/09/2018 10:03 PM Organs of the GI system GI tract is 5-7m in lengt...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sodium-Potassium Alloy, Collecting Duct System, Oncotic Pressure
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Week 11 Describe the formation of filtrate When forming filtrate o Blood fluid (plasma) is filtered through Bowman's capsule -> filtrate o Mechanisms for urine formation Glo...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Extracellular Fluid, Collecting Duct System, Macula Densa
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Week 12 Discuss how the renal system contributes to the control of fluid in the body Regulation of filtration pressure Intrinsic mechanisms Maintain relavtively constant glomerular hydrostatic pressure in the face...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Exhalation, Tidal Volume, Spirometry
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Week 2 Describe the events of pulmonary ventilation and explain how alveolar surface tension, lung compliance, and airway diameter contribute to pulmonary ventilation Pulmonary ventilation Getting air into and out of...

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BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cardiac Output, Qrs Complex, Autonomic Nervous System
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Week 4 Describe the coordination of the cardiac muscle contraction and control Heart is a muscle (cardiac muscle) The cardiac cycle (mechanical events) AV vales closed Blood retu...

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BM1042 Lecture 3: Week 3
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Week 3 Describe the components of blood and their functions 2 broad categories Plasma o Mostly water, but also dissolved substances e.g. hormones, ions o Makes up just over 50 volume of blood o carbon dioxide o Urea o Gluc...

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