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Biosciences Review

DANENG: PCOM 1st year comps Biosci review questions

Vertebral level of kidneys T12-L3
What are bursae, what are they lined with, and what do they contain? Where are they found? flattened, fibrous sacs lined with synovial membranes and containing synovial fluid; common where ligaments, muscles, skin, tendons or bones rub together
Origin & Insertion of Extensor Digitorum Origin: Lateral Epicondyle of Humerus<br>Insertion: Extensor Expansion of 2nd-5th digits
What is asthma? Inflammation of the airways
What is the other name of the Eustachian tube? Where is it? Auditory tube. Extends from nasopharynx to middle ear.
Functions of cerebellum? - governs timing & coordination of motor function<br>- recognizes & predicts sequences of events (motor planning)<br>- plays a role in language & problem solving
Created by: deng