Gross Anatomy - Survey of Great Creators

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  1. What did these People contribute to Gross Anatomy ?

    Menes -
    Homer -
    Hipocrates -
    Aristotle -
    Herophilus-
    • Menes - Anatomy Manual 
    • Homer -Anatomy of Wounds
    • Hipocrates - Hippocratic Oath 
    • Aristotle -Comparative Anatomy
    • Herophilus -Nervous System
  2. What did these People contribute to Gross Anatomy ?

    Erasistratus - 
    Celsus -
    Galen-
    De'luzzi -
    • Erasistratus - Physical Law
    • Celsus -Medical Author
    • Galen-Medical writer 
    • De'luzzi -Dissection guide
  3. What did these People contribute to Gross Anatomy ?

    Leonardo Da'Vinci-
    Versalius -
    Harvey -
    Leeuwenhoek-
    • Leonardo Da'Vinci-Anatomical drawings
    • Versalius -Misconceptions of Body
    • Harvey -Circulatory System
    • Leeuwenhoek- Microscope
  4. What did these People contribute to Gross Anatomy ?

    Malpigi - 
    Sugita - 
    Schleiden /Schwann -
    Roentgen-
    • Malpigi - Hisology of Capillaries
    • Sugita - Five volume book 
    • Schleiden /Schwann -Cell Theory
    • Roentgen- X-Rays
  5. What is Regional Anatomy ?
    • -Topographical anatomy 
    • -Study of Regions
    • -Relationships between structures in region
    • -Facilitates Dissection 
    • -Includes surface anatomy
  6. What is Systemic Anatomy ?
    -Study of Body systems  (e.x Digestive ...
  7. What is clinical Anatomy ?
    Both Regional and Systemic focusing on clinical application.
  8. Read the terms and point to the region on your own body ?

    Coronal -
    Median / Midsagittal -
    Transverse -
    Horizontal-
  9. Know the following terms ?

    Superior (Cephalic)
    Posterior (Caudal)
    Anterior (Ventral)
    Posterior (Dorsal)
    Medial 
    Lateral
    Proximal 
    Distal
    Superficial 
    Deep
    Invagination
    Evagination
    Interior , Inside , Internal
    Exterior , external , outside
    Palmar or Volar surface of Hand  
    Plantar of Hand
    Dorsum of Foot
    Ipsilateral
    Contralateral
  10. Name these regions ?

  11. Know these terms ?

    Flexion and Extension
    Dorsiflexion and Plantarflexion (Foot)
    Adduction and Abduction
    Lateral Rotation and Medial Rotation
    Circumduction
    Supination and Pronation
    Eversion and Inversion (foot)
    Opposition and Reposition
    Elevation and Depression
    Protrusion and Retrusion
    Protraction and Retraction (Scapula)
    ...
  12. What makes up the Axial Skeleton ?
    • Head , Spine , Ribs , Sacrum , coccyx
    • Calvicle vertebrae  , hyoid bone ,
  13. What makes up the appendicular skeleton ?
    • Bones of limbs 
    • Pectoral girdle -Clavicle and scapula
    • Pelvic Girdle - (hip bones)
  14. Name the bones that represent each type ?

    Long Bones -
    Short Bones - 
    Flat Bones - 
    Irregular Bones - 
    Sesamoid Bones -
    • Long Bones - humerus 
    • Short Bones - Bones of Wrist
    • Flat Bones - Skull bones
    • Irregular Bones - bones of face
    • Sesamoid Bones - Develop in tendons (e.x patella
  15. What are the difference between these joints ?

    Fibrous -
    Cartilaginous -
    Synovial -
  16. Name the functional Joints ?
    • Synathross  - immovable
    • Amphiarthroses - slightly movable
    • Diarthroses - highly movable
  17. Name the Structural Joints ?
    • Fibrous - sutures , syndesmoses ,gomphoses
    • Cartilaginous-Synchdrosomes , symphisis
    • Synovial - Plane , hinge , Pivot , Condyloid , Saddle , Ball and Socket
  18. Explain the type of Joint and where you would find it ?

    Hinge -
    Pivot -
    Saddle -
    Condyloid - 
    Plane -
    Ball and socket -


  19. What ligaments of the ankle or usually torn when playing soccer ?
    • Posterior Talofibular ligmant
    • Anterior Talolfibular igmanet
    • Calcaneofibular ligament
  20. Give and example of each type of muscle striation type ?

    Circular - 
    Digastric -
    Multipennate-  
    Convergent -
    Quadrate -
    Thin - 
    Bipennate -
    Flat parallel- 
    Fusiform -
    Unipennate -
    • Circular - orbicularis occuli 
    • Digastric -omohyoid 
    • Multipennate- deltoid 
    • Convergent -Pectorlis Major
    • Quadrate -Rectus abdominis
    • Thin - Sartorius
    • Bipennate -Rectus Femoris
    • Flat parallel- External oblique
    • Fusiform -Biceps Brachii
    • Unipennate -extensor digitorum longus
  21. What is the difference between Isometric , Concentric and Eccentric ?
    • Isometric is equal force and gravity
    • Concentric is more force against gravity
    • Eccentric is more gravity against force
  22. Draw a spinal cross section ?
  23. What does inferomedial and Superolateral ?
    Inferomedial - closer to median and feet

    Superolateral - closer to side and head

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