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NBCE Part 1 2008

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This hormone decrease blood calcium. Take calcium out of the blood and put it in the bone. Parafollicular cells in thyroid. calcitonin
This hormone increase blood calcium and it is produced in the Parathyroid pth
Produced T3 & T4 cells Follicular Cells
AKA oxytic cells. These cells are stomach epithelial cells, which secret gastric acid (hydrochloric acid) and intrinsic factor. Parietal Cells
Pepsinogen. Ogen means= cynogen inactive Pepsin
Internal Rotation and abduction of the hip. (Mainly abduction) Gluteus Mediius
It's innervation is the: Sup. Gluteal n.
Mainly internal rotation of the hip, also abductor Gluteus mini.
It's innervation is the: Sup. Gluteal n.
Lateral rotation of the hip & abduction. Obturator Internus
It's innervation is the: n. to obt. Inter
This muscle prevents winging of the scapula? Serratus anterior
It's innervation is the: SALT: Long Tho
It's action is the scapula retraction Rhomboids
It's innervation is the: Dorsal Scapular n.
Goes from the EOP & nuchal line in the occipital bone to C7 Nuchal ligament
Internal rotation and adduction of the humerus (COA page 754) Pectoralis Major
It's innervation is the: Lateral & Medial pect n
Draw the scapula downward inferiorly Pectoralis minor
It's innervation is the: med pectoral nerve
It's action is extension, adduction and internal rotation of the shoulder Latissimus dorsi
It's innervation is the: Thoracodorsal
Secrete epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrin (nonadrenaline) from Adrenal medulla
embryo: skin & nerve ectoderm
embryo: All the rest All the rest
embryo: Respiratory tract and Gut Endoderm
Innervation for the anterior compartment of the leg Deep Peroneal Nerve
Innervation for the Lateral compartment of the leg Superficial Peroneal n.
Innervation for the Posterior compartment of the leg Tibial nerve
Action for this muscle: dorsiflex & invertion Tibialis anterior m
It's innervation is the: Deep Peroneal Nerve
Action for this muscle: plantar flexion & eversion Peroneous longus & Br
It's innervation is the: Superficial Peroneal n.
Innervation for the anterior compartment of the thigh Femoral nerve
Innervation for the Posterior compartment of the thigh Tibial nerve
Innervation for the medial compartment of the thigh Obturator
Which nerve you can find in the head of the fibula? Common Peroneal Nerve
coronoid process of the ulna is in: (The head of the ulna is distal) Proximal ulna
The coronoid fossa is in: distal humeru (abo troch)
The conoid tubercle is in: post, inf, lat clavicle
Where you can find another coronoid process: Mandibule
Condylar process is in: Mandibule
This muscle will elevate the scapula: Levator Scapula
It's innervation is the: C3,C4 and dors scap n
med: pronator teres, lat: brachial radialis, roof: deep fascia & bicipital aponeurosis; floor: brachialis and supinator boundaries of cubital foss
Contents of the cubital fossa are: From L to M: radial n. bicep bracialli tendon, brachial a. and the median n. cubital fossa
This bone is not a weight bearing bone: fibula
Soleus and gastrocnemius inserts in this bone________ calceneous
What kind of joint is the Epiphiseal joint plates Syncondrosis
Soleal line is in this bone: Tibia
lateral malleolus is in which bone fibula
this ligament prevents the tibia moves lateral fib colateral ligament
this ligament in the knee prevent anterior translation ACL
this ligament in the knee prevent posterior translation PCL
this ligament in the knee prevent anterior translation femur PCL
this ligament in the knee prevent posterior translation ACL
broad and thick ligament that conects in the calceneus and navicular Spring ligament
the sustentaculum tali is in the ____ bone calceneous
Arches in the foot: MA, LA and transverse calcaneum and metatarsals
Which muscle insert with the 5th metarsal : Peroneous brevis
Which muscle insert with the 1st cuneiform: Peroneus Longus
Innervation for the tibialis anterior muscle Deep Peroneal Nerve
Primary ossification occur in the: Diaphisis
Secondary ossification occur in the: epiphiseal plate
Which two muscles form a V shape in the mouth and form the pillar fauces Palatoglossus and pala-
"lump in the throat sensation" Globus pharyngeus (Globus pharyngis)
Thenar pad is inervated by median nerve
Hypothenal pad is innervated by the ulna nerve
Is responsible for the first 30 degrees of abduction of the arm Supraspinatus
It's innervation is the: suprascapular nerve
this muscle does the lateral rotation of the humerus and abduction of the arm infraspinatus
It's innervation is the: suprscapular nerve
this muscle does lateral rotation of the humerus and adduction of the arm Teres Minor
It's innervation is the: axillary nerve
this muscle does the internal rotation of the arm. SUN GOES DOWN subscapular nerve
3 embryonic shunts: 1) the ductus venosus will become: Ligament Teres
2) Foramen ovale will become hole in the right atrium
3) ducturs arterious will become Pulmonary arteried to ao
which bone of the foot the peroneus longus tendon past, before insert in the 1st cuneiform cuboid
What part of the humerus articulates with radius capitulum with head radiu
A fracture with the medial epicondile flexor carpi ulnaris
In the Kidney the renal medulla are called Pyramids
Drain from the renal pelvis to the ureter are called 3 majors calises
this part of the kidney doesn't have to do with nothing with the urine flow renal synus
it is the apex of the pyramid Papella
Bones: This system goes parallelar to the bone Harvasian canal
This system goes perpendicular to the bone and is the nutrient artery Volksman canal
the little layers in the bone are lamella
the little layers between lamella are lacunae
Extensor fingers innervation radial
Innervation for the anterior comparment of the arm musculocutaneous
Innervation for the Lateral compartment of the arm axillary nerve
Innervation for the posterior compartment of the arm radial nerve
Innervation for the anterior compartment of the forearm median nerve
Innervation for the posterior compartment of the forearm radial nerve
Created by: AnatomyMash