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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Adductor Magnus Muscle, Piriformis Muscle, Sacral Plexus

NEUROVASCULATURE OF THE LOWER LIMB - Thigh Arterial supply femoral artery Venous drainage femoral vein and long saphenous vein Femoral artery and vein lie medial to the femur Lo...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ankle, Cuneiform Bones, Calcaneus

ANKLE AND FOOT - Major articulation between the tibia, fibula and talus Arranged in a hinge-like structure Allows for plantar and dorsiflexion - Talus Transmits weight of entire body to the fo...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anatomical Terms Of Location, Sciatic Nerve, Epicondyle

KNEE Bones that contribute to the knee joint are the femur, tibia, patella and fibula Cartilage covers the articular surfaces of the femur, tibia and patella and helps to provide smooth movement within the knee joint

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iliac Crest, Sartorius Muscle, Superior Pubic Ramus

LOWER EXTREMITY HIP - Ball and socket joint - Provides strength to carry the weight of the body - The femur is covered with articular cartilage and articulates with the acetabulum of the os coxa...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superficial Palmar Arch, Thoracic Inlet, Brachioradialis

NERVES AND VESSELS OF THE UPPER LIMB NERVES - Brachial plexus is a large network of nerves innervating the upper limb - VENTRAL RAMI C5-T1 - Superior, middle and inferior trunks (all p...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flexor Digitorum Profundus Muscle, Articular Disk, Extensor Carpi Muscle

WRIST AND HAND The wrist consists of distal radius and ulna and 8 carpal bones Carpal bones are arranged in proximal and distal rows From lateral to medial. PROXIMAL ROW = SCAPHOID, LUNATE, TRIQUETRAL, PISIFORM DISTAL...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Final: upper limb, elbow:forearm

ELBOW Complex hingepivot joint created by the articulations of the humerus, radius and ulna All 3 articulations communicate within a single joint capsule RADIOULNAR JOINT Radial notch of ulnar and radial head Radius sits...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Angling, Coracoclavicular Ligament, Net Force

UPPER EXTREMITY SHOULDER Bony anatomy Labrum and ligaments Articular joint capsule Bursae Muscles and tendons Shoulder girdle A shallow ball and socket joint Considered the most mobile joint of the body Composed of...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Straight Sinus, Meninges, Sella Turcica

VENTRICLES AND SINUSES WITHIN THE BRAIN - Provides a pathway for the circulation of CSF through the CNS - Composed of fluid filled cavities (ventricles) deep within the brain LATERAL VENTRICLE - 2 most...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cranial Nerves, Inferior Colliculus, Cerebral Cortex

DIENCEPHALON Relay station for sensory information Interactive site between the central nervous system and endocrine systems Closely associated with the limbic system THALAMUS Pair of oval grey masses interconnected wi...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Grey Matter, Parietal Lobe, Temporal Lobe

CEREBRUM Largest portion of the brain Divided into L + R hemispheres Folds = gyri Grooves = sulci Deeper grooves = fissures The main sulcus = CENTRAL SULCUS CENTRAL SULCUS Divides the precentral gyrus if the frontal...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parotid Gland, Mylohyoid Muscle, Sternocleidomastoid Muscle

3 SETS OF SALIVARY GLANDS PAROTID GLAND Between the ramus of the mandible and the mastoid process of the temporal bone Extends inferiorly from the EAM to the angle of the mandible Only skin and the platysma muscle cover...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Choroid Plexus, Frontal Bone, Nasal Meatus

THE HEAD Describe the paranasal sinuses and their positions Describe the positions of the three sets of salivary glands Label the structures of the cerebrum, cerebellum, midbrain and diencephalon in all planes Describe...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Testicular Artery, Splenic Vein, Bronchus

Identify branches of the abdominal aorta and the organs they supply - Abdominal aorta begins at the aortic hiatus @ T12 - Descends to the left of the vertebral bodies - At the level of L4 the abdominal aort...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse
HUMB2008 Final: the abdomen pt. 1

WEEK 5 PELVIS Describe the components of the os coxae List the muscles of the pelvic floor and their roles Describe the location of the rectovesical, rectouterine and the vesicouterine pouches Describe the location of ...

Human Biology
HUMB2008
Sharon Maresse

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