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A&P Quiz 4

Quize Week 4

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Spinal Nerves Named by bertebrae attachment Bilateral C1-C8, T1- T12, L1-L5, S1-S5 Cerebral Nerves is different from Cerebral Vertebrae because of skull attachment
Cranial Nerves 12 kinds Always roman numeral CVI - CVXII
Diaphram Has the Aorta, Vena Cava, and Esophogeal Hiatus holes in it Responcible for 60% of Vital Capacity
Aorta Main Blood vessle form heart, passes through the diaphram
Vena Cave Artery that circulates blood back to the heart, passes through diaphram
Esophgeal Hiatus Tube leading to stomach for feeding, passed through diaphram
Crux Cross over between Hiatus and Cava
Rib motion R1-R7 are hinged - Pump handle motion R8-R12 flare out - Bucket handle motion when the rope gets shorter the draw bridge comes up
Intercostal Muscles Look at table
Intercondral between cartlage
Interosseous between bone
Sternocleidomastoid Muscle Primary function is to turn head, left side turns right, right side turns head left, pulls ribs up for respiration only if head dosent move, XI Accessory or Spinal Accessory or C2-C4 or C5
Scalenes/Scalenus Anterior, Posterior, Medial, orignateds in Transverse processes, innervation C3-C8
Pectoralus Major Oragnates front of sternum and clavical, inserts into humerous/arm used to move are up and down- adducter of arm, pulls ribs up if you lift
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