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Class Notes for ANAT20006 at University of Melbourne

Principles of Human Structure

ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Interosseous Membrane, Rhomboid Minor Muscle, Coracoid Process
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Lecture 15 MUSCLES OF THE UPPER LIMB: Muscles and movements: Deep Fascia: * Muscles are in compartments that are surrounded by deep fascia. Muscles in the same compartment are surrounded by fascia to allow them to move rel...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Merocrine, Sebaceous Gland, Sympathetic Nervous System
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INTEGUMENTAL SYSTEM: * the integumental system includes skin and structures that go with the skin (hair, nails etc.) * Skin largest organ ~ 2 square metres (makes up 15 of body weight) * skin appendages (hair, nails, subcu...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pronephros, Ductus Venosus, Mesonephric Duct
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Lecture 8 Three circulations: * cardinal systemic circulation one that we currently have circulation that goes out of the heart into the tissues of the body via arties and returns via veins * yolk sac has no yolk so vitell...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Epineurium, Dura Mater, Hydrocephalus
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Lecture 3 THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 1: Anatomical orientation: * the nervous system (of vertebrates) comprises a central division (skull vertebral column) and a peripheral division (nerves ganglia) * the rostrocaudal neuroaxis ...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Ascending Colon, Trachea, Rugae
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Lecture 27 GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT 2: Abdominal viscera and quadrants: * The abdominal cavity is divided into 4 quadrants using 2 planes (transumbilical plane the median plane) right upper quadrant, right lower quadrant, l...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Common Bile Duct, Esophagus, Duodenum
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Lecture 28 GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT 3: Liver: * the largest solid viscus (heavy) it takes the shape of adjacent structures * mainly in the right upper quadrant * >1500 known function bile production, metabolism, filtering o...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Abdominal Cavity, Abdominal Internal Oblique Muscle, Conjoint Tendon
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Lecture 26 GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT 1: Anterior abdominal wall: * The first layer Is the skin, and then the superficial fascia (fat underlying the skin) * Underneath the superficial fascia are muscles (3 paired flat muscles ...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Deep Perineal Pouch, Epididymis, Seminiferous Tubule
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Lecture 30 MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: Overview: Pelvic diaphragm: * The pelvic diaphragm is a muscular sheet that largely closes off the inferior pelvic aperture * the pelvic diaphragm separates the pelvis and perineum (are...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Endometrium, Internal Iliac Artery, Ectopic Pregnancy
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Lecture 31 FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: An overview: Pelvic diaphragm: * The pelvic diaphragm is the same as in the males it separates the pelvis and perineum, it supports the pelvic viscera above and forms attachment for e...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Olecranon, Infraspinatus Muscle, Rib Cage
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Lecture 15 MUSCLES OF THE UPPER LIMB: Muscles and movements: Deep Fascia: * Muscles are in compartments that are surrounded by deep fascia. Muscles in the same compartment are surrounded by fascia to allow them to move rel...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Autonomic Nervous System, Postganglionic Nerve Fibers, Preganglionic Nerve Fibers
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Lecture 4 The spinal cord: * The spinal nerves that run off come from 31 spinal segments (so there are 31 pairs of spinal nerves) * the cervical cord 8 segments involving the arms (muscles in arm and sensory) * the thoraci...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Kidney Stone Disease, Iliac Crest, Urinary Meatus
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Lecture 29 KIDNEY AND URINARY SYSTEM: *The kidneys produce urine and the ureter passes the urine down to the pelvis into the bladder. The bladder stores the urine and the urine gets discharged into the exterior via the ure...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Arteriole, Thoracic Vertebrae, Brachiocephalic Artery
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Lecture 24 25 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 1: Pericardium: * The heart sits within a sac formed by pericardium (pericardial sac) * Pericardium is a fibrsouserous membrane that covers the heart and the great vessel roots * Perica...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Pulmonary Plexus, Potential Space, Pulmonary Vein
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Lecture 23 LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT: Thoracic cavity: * The thoracic cavity is divided into 3 major components: left pulmonary cavity where the left lung sits right pulmonary cavity where the right lung sits mediastinum...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao
ANAT20006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Vestibular Fold, Nasal Concha, Frontal Bone
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Lecture 21 UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT NASAL AND ORAL CAVITIES, LARYNX AND PHARYNX: Upper respiratory system has many functions: Nasal cavity: * The nasal cavity is lined by a highly vascular mucous membrane. The nasal cavity ...

Anatomy and Neuroscience
ANAT20006
Junhua Xiao

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