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BSC2085 - Quiz 2

Anatomy - Maser

NameDescription
Negative Feedback change in opposite direction
Negative Feedback by Nervous System reverse stimulus --> return to set point
Negative Feedback by Endocrine System Blood Glucose
Blood Glucose Set Point 90 mg glucose/100 ml blood
Glucose too high insulin (from pancreas) stores glucose as glycogen
Glycogen glucose stored in pancreas
Glucose too low Glucagon (from pancreas) releases glucose from storage
Glucagon releases glucose from pancreas
Positive Feedback change in same direction = increase stimulus
Positive Feedback in Cardiovascular System Blood Clotting - chemicals attract more platelets and clot forms
Positive Feedback in Reproductive System labor contractions - baby's pressure in birth canal --> release of hormone oxytocin --> more contractions
Oxytocin hormone release to increase contractions
Homeostatic Imbalance disease (pathology)
Pathology deviation from a healthy or normal condition
Anatomical Position body erect; arms at sides; palms forward; feet together
Superior toward head/upper part
Inferior away from head/lower part
Anterior toward front
Posterior toward back
Medial toward midline
Lateral away from midline
Intermediate between medial and lateral
Proximal closer to body's axis
Distal farther from body's axis
Superficial toward surface
Deep away from surface/more internal
Axial head/neck/trunk
Appendicular limbs/appendages
Sagittal vertical cut; divides left and right
Midsagittal median; exact midline
Parasagittal off from midline
Frontal (Coronal) vertical cut; divides anterior and posterior
Transverse horizontal; divides superior and inferior
Oblique diagonal cut
Dorsal Cavity cranial and vertebral (spinal)
Cranial Cavity brain/skull
Vertebral Cavity vertebral column/spinal cord
Ventral Cavity thoracic and abdominopelvic
Thoracic Cavity pleural and pericardial
Pleural Cavity 2 lung cavities
Pericardial Cavity around heart with esophagus and trachea
Abdominopelvic Cavity abdominal and pelvic
Abdominal Cavity stomach/intestines/spleen/liver
Pelvic Cavity bladder/rectum/reproductive organs
Visceral Organs internal organs
Diaphragm breathing muscle; seperates thoracic and abdominopelvic
Serosa double layer membrane
Parietal layer covers cavity wall
Visceral layer covers organs
Serous fluid lubrication between membranes
Parietal Pericardium wall of pericardial cavity
Visceral Pericardium covers heart
Parietal Pleura walls of thoracic cavity
Visceral Pleura covers lungs
Parietal Peritoneum walls of abdominopelvic cavity
Visceral Peritoneum covers organ in abdominopelvic cavity
Oral Cavity mouth
Nasal Cavity nose
Orbital Cavity eyes
Synovial Joints Cavity several joints
9 Regions of Abdominopelvic umbilical, epigastric, hypogastric, iliac or inguinal, lumbar, and hypochondriac
Umbilical middle center
Epigastric top center
Hypogastric bottom center
Iliac or Inguinal right and left bottom
Lumbar right and left middle
Hypochondriac right and left top
4 Quadrants of Abdominopelvic RUQ, RLQ, LUQ, LLQ
Created by: NknmJewel