Anatomy & Physiology 1 (BIOL 2401) Chapter 1

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Chapter 1 Flash Cards for Lone Star College BIOL 2401 with Dr. Hoyer.  Summer 2010


 
  
Created Jun 12, 2010
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Anatomy means...
 
Structure (morphology)
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Physiology means...
 
Function
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What is anatomical variability?
 
Humans vary in external and internal anatomy.
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What is palpation?
 
Feel body surface with hands. (pulses and breathing rates)
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What is auscultation?
 
Listening to the internal sounds of the body, usually using a stethoscope.  
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What is percussion?
 
A method of tapping on a surface to determine the underlying structure. (abdomen and thorax)
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What is an autopsy?
 
Postmortem (after death) examination of the body.
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What is a disorder?
 
Derangement or abnormality of function.
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What is a disease?
 
Illness characterized by recognizable signs and symptoms.
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What is a sign?
 
Objective change that one can observe and measure.
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What is a symptom?
 
Subjective change in body functions not apparent to observer.
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What is a diagnosis?
 
Distinguishing one desease from another.
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What are the levels of organization?
 
1)  Chemical Level
2)  Cellular Level
3)  Tissue Level
4)  Organ...
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What are the organ systems?
 
1)  Muscular
2)  Reproductive
3)  Lymphatic
4)  Respiratory
5) ...
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What are the (generally accepted) necessary life functions?
 
1)  Maintain internal and external environment
2)  Movement (contractility)
3) ...
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What  are the life survival needs?
 
1)  Nutrients (carbs, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals)
2)  Oxygen (20% of...
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What is homeostasis?
 
To maintain a relatively stable internal environment in a changing external environment.
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What are some features of homeostasis?
 
1)  Disruption of homeostatis can lead to disease and death
2)  Requires most...
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What are the 3 interdependent components of control?
 
1)  Receptor
2)  Control Center
3)  Effector
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What is a receptor?
 
Monitors environments and responds to stimuli
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What is a control center?
 
Interprets signals and maintains set point
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What is an effector?
 
Provides a response to the stimulus.
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What is a local disease?
 
is an infectious process that originates in and is confined to one organ system or general...
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What is a systemic disease?
 
is one that affects a number of organs and tissues, or affects the body as a whole
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What is a negative feedback loop?
 
A type of self-regulating system where increased output from the system inhibits...
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Negative feedback mechanisms can become overwhelmed allowing what?
 
Destructive positive feedback mechanisms to take over.
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What is a positive feedback loop?
 
Positive feedback loops enhance or amplify changes; this tends to move a system away from...
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Intracellular fluid (ICF) is located where?
 
Inside cells
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Extracellular fluid (ECF) is located where?
 
Outside cells
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ECF is made up of what components?
 
1)  Interstitial/Intercellular/Tissue fluid (bathes and surrounds cells)
2)  Plasma
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What are two descriptions of fluids?
 
1)  Fluids are in constant motion
2)  Fluids surround all body cells
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What is the anatomical position?
 
1)  Standing upright
2)  Facing the observer
3)  Head level
4) ...
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What are the anatomical directional terms and meanings?
 
Anterior: In front of, front
Posterior: After, behind, following, toward...
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Know the anterior regional terms/locations.
 
See image
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Know the posterior regional terms/locations.
 
See image
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What are the planes of the body?
 
1)  Frontal (coronal, vertical)-front/back
2)  Median (midsagittal, veritcal))-right/left...
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What are the body cavities?
 
1)  Dorsal (contains cranial cavity and vertebral canal)
2)  Ventral (contains...
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What is the difference between the parietal and visceral membranes?
 
Parietal membranes face an outer wall, and visceral membranes face an inner wall. In between...
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What are the 3 serous cavities of the body?
 
The pericardial cavity (surrounding the heart), pleural cavity (surrounding the lungs) and...
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What are the other body cavities?
 
1)  oral
2)  digestive
3)  nasal
4)  orbital
5)  middle...
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What are the 9 abdominopelvic regions and what organs are located within each one?
 
See image
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What are the abdominopelvic quadrants?
 
See image


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