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Anatomy & Physiology

Homeostasis Body regulates a stable internal environment while external is changing
What are the 6 levels of structural organization? Chemical, Cells, Tissue, Organs, Organ System, Organisms
Smaller types of cells (Epithelial, connective, muscular, neural) Tissue
Atoms combine to form molecules Chemical
Made up of molecules Cells
Different types of tissues Organ
Different organs that work closely together Organ system
How many systems are there? 11
What are the systems? Skeletal, muscular, digestive, reproductive, endocrine, integumentary, urinary, nervous, cardiovascular, lyphatic, respitory
What is the difference between the positive and negative feedback system? Negative: Original Stimulus is stopped Positive: Original Stimulus is increased
Name the directional terms Superior, Inferior, Posterior/Dorsal, Ventral/Anterior, Deep, Superficial, Medial, Lateral, Intermediate, Proximal, Distal
Name the body cavities Dorsal (back), Spinal, Cranial Ventral (front), thoracic, abdominal, pelvic, diaphragm
How many Abdominal Regions are there? 9
What are the Abdominal Regions? Umbilical, Hypogastric, Epigastric, Right hypochondriac, Right lumber, right iliac, left hypochondriac, left lumber, left iliac
What are the 4 Abdominal Quadrants? Left upper, left lower, right upper, right lower
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