Anatomy Final Review

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Anatomy Final Review
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    • A. Frontal
    • B. Cranial
    • C. Orbital
    • D. Oral
    • E. Facial
    • F. Thoracic
    • G. Celiac
    • H. Umbilical
    • I. Inguinal
    • J. Coxal
    • K. Patellar
    • L. Axillary
    • M. Brachial
    • N. Antecubital
    • O. Antebrachial
    • P. Palmar
    • Q. Femoral
    • R. Crural
    • S. Cervical
    • T. Deltoid
    • U. Perineal
    • V. Sural
    • W. Plantar
    • X. Occipital
    • Y. Dorsal
    • Z. Lumbar
    • AA. Gluteal
    • BB. Popliteal
    • CC. Calcaneal
    • DD. Costal
  1. Name the general and specific tissue types

    • Connective
    • Bone
  2. Name the tissue type and the Cells at A and B
    • Nervous
    • A. Neuron
    • B. Neuroglial cell
  3. Name the general and Specific tissue types
    • Muscle
    • Cardiac
  4. Name the general tissue and specific tissue type
    • Epithelial
    • Simple cubodial
  5. Name the general tissue type and specific tissue type
    • Connective
    • Adipose
  6. Name the general type and specific type of tissue
    • Connective
    • Blood
  7. Name the general tissue type and the specific tissue type for this tissue seen in color and black/white
    • Connective
    • Hyaline cartilage
  8. Name the general type and specific type of tissue for each
    • Connective - loose
    • Muscle - Skeletal
  9. Name the general type and specific type of tissue for this tissue seen in color and black/white
    • Epithelial
    • pseudostratified
  10. Name all of the structures/regions indicated in skin
    • A. Hair
    • B. Epidermis
    • C. Dermis
    • D. Hypodermis/subcutaneous layer
    • E. Hair papilla
    • F. Sebaceous gland
    • G. Hair follicle
    • H. Arrector muscle
  11. Identify the type of joint represented (use list below to help)

    Suture in the skull
    Hip joint (ball of femur in acetabulum of os coxa)
    Between vertebra
    Atlas and axis Elbow or knee
    Between tarsals or carpals

    Gliding
    Amphiathrosis (slightly movable)
    Piviot
    Ball & socket
    Synarthosis (immovable)
    Hinge
    • answers are highlighted
    • Suture in skull.... Synarthosis
    • Hip joint ............Ball & socket
    • Between Vertebra ........................Amphiathrosis
    • Atlas and axis........... Pivot
    • Elbow or knee ........... Hinge
    • Between Tarsals or carpals ................................ Gliding
  12. Name the body plane
    • A. midsagittal plane
    • B. transverse plane
    • C. parasagittal plane
    • D. Frontal/coronal plane
  13. The trachea to the
    esophagus
    is
    anterior
  14. The umbilicus (navel) to the appendix is
    superficial
  15. The fingers to the hand is
    Distal (or inferior)
  16. The cephalic to the cervical is
    superior
  17. The nose to the ears is
    medial
  18. The vertebral column to the trachea is
    posterior
  19. the phalanges to the metatarsals is
    anterior
  20. the temporal lobe to the parietal is
    lateral
  21. Name the body position

    What is the opposite position?
    • Supine
    • prone
    • A. parietal
    • B. occipital
    • C. cercical
    • D. scapula
    • E. humerus
    • F. thoracic
    • G. ulna
    • H. sacrum
    • I. coccyx
    • J. carpals
    • K. metacarpals
    • l. fibula
    • M. calcaneus
    • n. tarsals
    • o. phalanges
    • p. metatarsals
    • Q. tibia
    • R. patella
    • S. femur
    • T. phalanges
    • U. pubis
    • V. ischium
    • W. radius
    • X. illium
    • Y. lumbar vertebra
    • Z. floating rib
    • AA. False rib
    • BB. costal cartilage
    • CC. sternum
    • DD. true rib
    • EE. clavicle
    • FF. mandible
    • GG. maxilla
    • HH. zygomatic
    • II. nasal
    • JJ. frontal
    • KK. temporal
    • A. obicularis oculi
    • B. zygomaticus
    • C. trapezius
    • D. pectoralis major
    • E. serratus anterior

    • F. abdominus rectus
    • G. flexors

    • H. rectus femoris
    • I. patellar ligament

    • J. tibialis anterius
    • K. frontalis
    • L. masseter
    • M. obicularis oris





    • N. sternomastoid
    • O. deltoid

    • P. biceps brachii
    • Q. external oblique

    • R. vastus lateralis
    • S. vastus medialis
    • aa. deltoid
    • bb. rhomboid major

    • cc. latissimus dorsi
    • dd. external oblique
    • ee. gluteus maximus
    • ff. semimembranosus

    • gg. Achilles tendon
    • hh. trapezius

    • ii. teres minor
    • jj. teres major

    • kk. triceps
    • ll. "extensors"


    mm. biceps femoris

    nn. semitendinosus

    oo. gastrocnemius

    pp. soleus
    • A. receptor
    • B. cell body/ soma
    • C. sensory neuron
    • D. Nucleus
    • E. synapse
    • F. interneuron
    • G. synapse
    • H. motor neuron
    • I. Effector
    • J. dendrite
    • K. axon
    • A. spinal cord
    • B. cerebrum
    • C. occipital lobe
    • D. frontal lobe
    • E. corpus callosum
    • F. lateral ventricle
    • G. pons
    • H. medulla oblongata
    • I. cerebellum
  22. itis
    inflammation
  23. alagia
    pain
  24. arthr
    joint
  25. oma
    tumor
  26. Myo
    muscle
  27. osteo
    bone
  28. plegia
    paralysis
  29. osis
    condition of
  30. ology
    study of
  31. pseudo
    false
  32. patho
    disease

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