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Title: Intro to Anatomy/Physiology


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Intro to Anatomy/Physiology
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Body Cavities
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Body Cavities
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Sinus Cavities frontal sinuses, maxillary
sinuses, nasal passagesWhat do they do to air
you breathe?
5
Anatomic Body Planes(What two motions occur in
each plane?)
6
Flexion/Extension(which plane is this occurring
in?)
7
Adduction(Name the plane)
8
Abduction (frontal plane motion)
9
Pronation/supination (transverse plane motion)
What is pronation/supination of the ankle called
commonly?
10
Cytology (study of cells alone some of these
have cancer!)
11
Tissues(groups of the same kinds of cells)
12
Histology (study of tissues like for biopsies)
13
Cellular Anatomy
14
Mitosis (P.M.A.T.)Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase,
Telophase. In which phase do the duplicated
chromosomes separate? Full No. of chromosomes
means diploid number!
15
Meiosis (sex cells only/no duplication of
chromosomes) giving a haploid (half) number of
chromosomes
16
DNA molecule
17
The Human Genome(a map of every gene on every
chromosome for the human species Its completed
now if we could only figure out what every gene
DOES we might be able to fix many diseases like
cancer and heart disease, diabetes.
18
The Alpha Helix Replicating
19
Lethal genes we can inherit diseases
20
Genetic Engineering Improving you and curing
disease with plasmids (or is it eugenics?)
21
Cloning Too much of a good thing?
22
Gene MappingIve got a recipe of/for you
23
Homeostasis
24
IV fluids
25
What would happen if you give fluids to a pt and
their kidneys arent working?
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  • Hypertension (HBP)
  • Hypokalemia (low potassium or K)
  • Too much fluid for the arteries and veins means
    HBP, MI, CVA, TIA, etc.
  • Plus Edema!(bloating of the body as if swollen)
  • Diluting blood with water means their potassium
    dilutes and muscles (including the heart muscle)
    cease to function i.e. cardia arrest from
    excessive Ivs and poor kidneys

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Integument system(epithelial tissue covers you
inside and out, inside vessels, over organs,
lubricates, protects, stores fat for
insulation,protection, stores vitamin D, controls
body temp and excretes wastes and loses K)
  • Integumentary system (integument)

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Reproductive system
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Male Reproductive System
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Urinary system
31
Endocrine System
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Nervous System (innervates your muscles,
coordinates your motion, provides thoughts and
regulates the body
33
Muscular System(Three types of mm name them! )
34
Lymphatic system (what are its functions?)
35
Senses (visual, olfactory, auditory, tactile,
taste)
36
Circulatory System (name two types of vessels,
what are their differences?)
37
Respiratory System (how does inspired and expired
air differ?) How does the diaphragm affect
breathing?
38
Tissues
39
Organs
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