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CURTINHUMB2008Sharon MaresseWinter

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

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Venous drainage femoral vein and long saphenous vein. Femoral artery and vein lie medial to the femur. Long saphenous vein is medial + superficial. Ant
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ankle, Cuneiform Bones, Calcaneus

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Major articulation between the tibia, fibula and talus: arranged in a hinge-like structure, allows for plantar and dorsiflexion. Talus: transmits weigh
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anatomical Terms Of Location, Sciatic Nerve, Epicondyle

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Bones that contribute to the knee joint are the femur, tibia, patella and fibula. Cartilage covers the articular surfaces of the femur, tibia and patel
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iliac Crest, Sartorius Muscle, Superior Pubic Ramus

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Provides strength to carry the weight of the body. The femur is covered with articular cartilage and articulates with the acetabulum of the os coxae. C
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superficial Palmar Arch, Thoracic Inlet, Brachioradialis

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Brachial plexus is a large network of nerves innervating the upper limb. Superior, middle and inferior trunks (all pass deep to the clavicle) Supplies
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flexor Digitorum Profundus Muscle, Articular Disk, Extensor Carpi Muscle

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The wrist consists of distal radius and ulna and 8 carpal bones. Carpal bones are arranged in proximal and distal rows. Proximal row = scaphoid, lunate
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HUMB2008 Final: upper limb, elbow:forearm

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Complex hinge-pivot joint created by the articulations of the humerus, radius and ulna. All 3 articulations communicate within a single joint capsule:
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Angling, Coracoclavicular Ligament, Net Force

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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Straight Sinus, Meninges, Sella Turcica

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Provides a pathway for the circulation of csf through the cns. Composed of fluid filled cavities (ventricles) deep within the brain. Separated at the m
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cranial Nerves, Inferior Colliculus, Cerebral Cortex

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Interactive site between the central nervous system and endocrine systems. Pair of oval grey masses interconnected with most regions of the brain and s
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Grey Matter, Parietal Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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Divides the pre-central gyrus if the frontal lobe and the post-central gyrus of the parietal lobe. Falx cerebri and superior sagittal sinus located wit
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HUMB2008 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parotid Gland, Mylohyoid Muscle, Sternocleidomastoid Muscle

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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
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