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infectionwk1 test

infection control wk 1 test

Tissue group of similar cells arranged with intercellular substances between them specialized to perform a particular function
One word to describe anatomy structure
one word to describe physiology function
Anatomical postition erected position of the body with face directed forward, arms at side, and palms of hands directed forward
proximal toward the beginning
external/ superficial on or close to the outside of the body
distal toward the end
anterior/ ventral front or belly side
internal/ deep on the inside of body
lateral toward the side of the body or away from the midline
medial midline or closer to the midline of the body
posterior/ dorsal backside of the body
superior toward the head
inferior farther away from the head
caudal refers to tail or tail end
palmar the front or palm of hands
what does the dorsal cavity contain cranial and spinal cavity
what does the cranial cavity contain brain and pituitary gland
what does the spinal cavity contain spinal cord
what cavity is under the dorsal cavity ventral caviy
what cavities does the ventral cavity contain? pleural cavity (2), pericardial cavity, medistinal space
what does the plueral cavity contain lungs
what does the pericaridial cavity contain heart
what does the mediastinal space contain thymus gland, trachea, esophagus, bronchi, ends of 2 vena cavae, beginning of aorta, and heart
where does the diaphragm sit between the pleural cavity and sternum
what 2 cavities are in the abdominopelvic cavity abdominal and pelvic
what does the abdominal cavity contain stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, most of small intestine
what does the pelvic cavity contain urinary bladder, female/ male sex organs, part of large intestin, cecum, appendix, rectum
what is located in the right upper quadrant gallbladder, right kidney, bile ducts, most of the liver
what is located in the right lower quadrant sex organs, cecum, lower right ureter, appendix
what is located in the left upper quadrant spleen, left kidney,
what is loacted in the left lower quadrant lower part of the ureter, sex organs,
order of body structure from simplest to complex cell- tissue- organ- organ system- organism
order of body structure using examples cell- cardiac tissue- heart- circulatory system- me
ultimate goal of an organism survive
3 basic activities for life of an organism movement, metabolism, reproduction
how much of the body is liquid 60%
how much of the body is solid 40%
fluids are found in how many compartments in the body 2
outside of the cell means extracellular
inside of the cell mean intracellular
covers body, protects against injury, disease, and infection. regulates temperature excretion of waste integumentary system
provides frame work for body and works to protect and support the body skeletal system
provides movement and support muscular system
coordinates body activities by receiving, interpreting, and conducting messages from other systems nervous system
functions in recieving special sensations...sight, smell, hearing, taste special sense system
recieves, digests, and absorbs food substances and excretes waste products digestive system
transports materials throughtout the body by carrying oxygen and nutrients in the blood to all cells of the body and carrying away the waste products from the cells circulatory system
takes in oxygen from the air and gives off carbon dioxide that is produced by cell metabolism respiratory system
serves in the removal of waste products from blood excreted in the form of urine urinary system
skin, hair, nails, and glands integumentary system
bones, joints, cartilage, and connective tissue skeletal system
skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscles muscular system
brain, spinal cord and all peripheral nerves nervous system
eye, ear, nose and taste buds special sense system
mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine digestive system
heart, blood vessels, blood, and lymphatic tissues circulatory system
male/female sex organs and ducts to the outside repoductive system
all of the ductless glands endocrine system
upper respiratory tract, lungs respiratory system
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