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A/P Hesi A2 Study 1

flashcards about HESI A2-General, Histology

QuestionAnswer
imaginary lines used for reference and the 3 types body planes which are median, coronal, transverse
a real or imaginary cut made along a plane section
a cut among a median plane sagittal section
a cut among the coronal plane frontal section
body is erect with feet slightly apart and head held high and palms of hands facing forward anatomical position
superior above
inferior below
anterior facing forward
posterior toward the back
medial toward the midline
lateral away from the midline or toward the sides
closer to point of attachment proximal
further from the point of attachment distal
includes cranial and spinal categories dorsal cavity
orbits, nasal, oral, thorarcic, and abd pelvic ventral cavity
the study of tissues histology
a group of cells that act together to perform specific functions tissues
epithial, connective, nervous, muscular 4 types of tissues
cover, line, and protect the body and its internal organs epithelial cells
framework for body, support, structure for organs connective tissue
neurons and connective tissue cells that are referred to as neuroglia nerve tissue
tissue type can contract or shorten muscle tissue
type of tissue can be voluntary(skeletal) or involuntary (smooth and cardiac) muscle
skeletal muscle (respond if inv or v) Voluntary
cardiac and smooth (is it inv or v?) involuntary
Created by: amandaap22