4TH QTR ANATOMY 2 Ms. Gohmann- Anatomy 2- Final

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what is another name for the cerebral arterial circle circle of willis
the exit duct for urine out of the urinary bladder is the urethra
how many deciduous teeth are present in the human species 20
what cavity contains yellow bone marrow medulliary
this is an unpaired visceral branch of the abdominal aorta celiac artery
in which areas does the cerebrospinal fluid flow around the brain subarachnoid space
which 3 quadrants of the body feed the left lymph duct left upper
left lower
right lower
this is an artery of the circle of willis anterior communicating
what is the study of the systems of the human body systemic anatomy
one function of the pancreas is produce insulin
this structure is not involved in pulmonary circulation right atrium
the innominate vein is formed by the subclavian and internal jugular vein
this artery is present only in the female body ovarian artery
the pendulous pouch that contains the testes is the scrotum
the study of the structure of the body with emphasis on the superficial landmarks is topographical anatomy
the internal carotid artery supplies blood to the brain
the three protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord are the meninges
this gland would not be included in a study of the endocrine system prostate gland
this list includes all of the basic types of blood cells erythrocytes
this is a process that can be performed by a leukocyte diapedesis
what system of the body includes the brain central nervous system
the segment of the small intestine that terminates by joining the large intestine is the ileum
the type of blood vessel that carries blood in a general direction away from the heart is artery
a prominent projection of the temporal bone is the mastoid process
this is a muscle of the neck platysma
the relatively movable attachment of a muscle is the insertion
which term is associated with the nervous system meninges
the serous membrane that lines the thoracic cavity is the pleura
what part of the female reproductive system is periodically expelled from the uterus during menstruation endometrium
on what basis does the deltoideus muscle receive its name shape
the study of the human body is always conducted in the anatomical position
a group of similar cells acting together to perform a particular function is tissue
the union of the distal ends of two or more blood vessels is called anastomosis
this is a broad muscle of the lower back latissimus dorsi
a thin expanse of tissue is membrane
this is a posterior muscle of the abdomen psoas major
the right and left innominate veins combine to form the superior vena cava
what percentage of the total volume of blood is made up of blood cells 45%
which chamber of the heart contains the papillary muscles and chordae tendinae that control the tricuspid valve right ventricle
the process of bone formation is ossification
the largest portion of the encephalon is the cerebrum
this is a circular muscle of the eye orbicularis oculi
this bone is the lower jaw mandible
the process whereby oxygen is exchanged for carbon dioxide at the level of the body cell is internal respiration
the tunica media of the heart is the myocardium
this can be located on the medial and superficial aspect of the forearm basilic vein
this is an anteromedial muscle of the abdomen rectus abdominus
glands that secrete their products through a duct system only are exocrine glands
the pharynx functions in what two systems respiratory
the zygomatic arch is associated with the temporal bone
the descending and sigmoid colons receive their blood supply from the inferior mesenteric artery
how many sections is the small intestine divided into 3
which of these organs receive blood from the celiac axis artery liver
which of these bones is classified as an auditory ossicle malleus bone
what system of the body contains the glottis respiratory system
this is described as osseous tissue bone
in an anatomical study the direction toward the bottom of the foot is inferior
the blood cells responsible for clotting are the platelets
an imaginary vertical plane which passes through the body from side to side at a right angle to the median plane is the coronal plane
this is the last chamber of the heart to contain oxygenated blood before it enters the aorta left ventricle
the large vein that returns deoxygenated blood from the lower extremities and the abdomen to the right atrium of the heart is the inferior vena cava
bone is classified as what type of elementary tissue connective tissue
this bone is not a bone of the cranium vomer
this is not a part of the cerebral arterial circle external carotid artery
the protoplasm of a cell that is outside of the nuclear membrane but inside the cell membrane is the cytoplasm
in feta circulation, the ductus arteriosus connects the pulmonary artery with the arch of the aorta
this is also known as the malar bone zygomatic
the third branch of the arch of the aorta is the left subclavian artery
the anatomy of the skeletal system is osteology
what plane of reference cuts the body into equal right and left parts median plane
the valve at the entrance to the stomach is the cardiac sphincter
which term pertains to the internal body organs visceral
what is the other name for the thoracic duct of the lymph system left lymph duct
the wall that separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity is the phrenic muscle
this is the study of the structures of the body with emphasis on each system as a separate unit systemic anatomy
this is described as osseous tissue bone
the process by which a white blood cell can destroy foreign bacteria is called phagocytosis
true or false? the anatomical position assumes that:
a. the body is in the supine position
b. the arms are extended out from the sides
c. the palms of the hands are not visible
all three false
the lining of the medullary cavity endosteum
a landmark of the temporal bone zygomatic process
the portion of a muscle attached to a movable body part insertion
the anatomical limit of the axillary and brachial artery teres major
name of liquid located between the cells tissue fluid
the female ovary is heterocrine
salivary glands in the cheek parotid
tissue surrounding the lungs visceral pleura
the longest cranial nerve vagus
lining of the scrotum tunica vaginalis
the temperature sensitive muscle of the scrotum dartos
the anatomical limit of the femoral and popliteal artery abductor magnus
the capacity of a vein compared to an artery of the same length and external diameter is greater than an artery
the external iliac arteries continue as the femoral
the top of the foot receives blood from the dorsalis pedis
identify a branch of the brachiocephalic trunk right common carotid artery
the ulnar artery continues as the superficial palmar arch
the renal arteries feed the kidneys
the sole of the foot is supplied by the posterior tibial artery
the femoral artery and femoral vein are found in the abductor canal
the lower anatomical limit for this artery is the teres major muscle axillary artery
the solid components of the blood are called formed elements

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