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BHS Stage 3 Flashcards

1) what can rings on the hoof wall show? : change of diet or laminitis
2) where is starch digested? : small intestine
3) which type of grass: is a good ground covering plant? : creeping red fescue
4) What problems can occur with sesamoid bones? : sesamoiditis
5) conformation viewed from in front: what is it called when the knees are too wide apart? : bench knees

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Anatomy Lecture
Test 3
1) Longitudinal fissure : divides left and right hemispheres
2) Transverse fissure : divides cerebrum and cerebellum
3) Lateral sulcus : between temporal and frontal lobes
4) Central sulcus : divides frontal and parietal lobe
5) Parieto-occipital sulcus : divides parietal and occipital lobe

Created on November 03, 2013 by
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Abdomen diseases and tears/inflammations

1) Diagnosis for Ulcers : consuming barium for the x-ray to show the ulcer, endoscopy(a small flexible instrument with a camera), blood, breath, stomach tissue tests
2) Symptoms for Ulcers : belching, nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, loss of weight, feeling tired and weak
3) Treatment for Ulcers : medications, lifestyle changes
4) Diagnosis for Kidney Stones : Ultrasound
5) Symptoms for Kidney Stones : nausea, fever, chills, vomiting, having pain on the lower pain that is worse than gun shots, surgery and burns.

Created on May 15, 2013 by
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Adria McKennon
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Cardiovascular system

1) What surrounds the heart? : Pericardium
2) The series of contractions while ventrical walls relax is the.... : Cardiac cycle
3) atrial contraction... : Atrial systole
4) relaxation... : Atrial diastole
5) Ventricle contracts... : Ventricular systole

Created on April 24, 2013 by
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Adria McKennon
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Muscle stuff
Anatomy and Physiology
1) Gluteus Maximus (thigh) : Extends
2) Tensor fasciae latae : Abducts, flexes, and rotates
3) Adductor longus : Adducts, flexes, and rotates
4) Gracilis : Adducts thigh and flexes
5) Semitendinosus : flexes, rotates and extends

Created on April 17, 2013 by
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Adria McKennon
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krista's flashcard
flashcards are the the best thinks ever in the world ever
1) see : sees
2) call : calls
3) your : you
4) animal : animals
5) horse : ponys

Created on March 07, 2013 by
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BIOL 129: Anat. (Spring) Ch. 7 - Skull
Way too many...need to know the inside this time. (another day for a review...)
1) Frontal squama : Thickened portion of frontal bone; remnant of metopic suture that fused two embryonic frontal bones together.
2) Supraorbital margin : Forms superior border of the orbits (slightly thickened) – more pronounced in males
3) Supraorbital foramen : Passageway for supraorbital nerve and artery; if foramen is incomplete may form supraorbital notch
4) Superciliary arches : Superior to rim of orbit. (eyes)
5) Between arches is small depression. : Glabella

Created on February 13, 2013 by
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Marissa Bella
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BIOL 129: Anat. (Spring) Ch. 6 - Bone Tissue
Bone breaking, osteoporosis, and all that fun stuff.
1) What is a cluster of cells called? : Ossification center.
2) What kind of cells cluster together to differentiate into osteogenic cells and then become osteoblasts? : Mesenchymal cells .
3) What do osteoblasts secrete? : Extracellular matrix.
4) What is Endochondral Ossification? : When cartilage is replaced by bone.
5) Explain endochondral growth. : Grows in length by mitosis and by the deposition of extracellular matrix. The growth in length of a long bone involves interstitial growth & replacement of cartilage with bone by endochondral ossification on the diaphyseal side of the epiphyseal plate.

Created on February 13, 2013 by
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Marissa Bella
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The Ear Flashcard
Parts of the ear and what they do
1) Eustachian Tube : connects the middle ear to the back of the nose
2) Stapes : stirrup-shaped small bone inside the middle ear
3) Hammer : a tiny bone that passes vibrations from the eardrum to the anvil
4) Pinna : the visible part of the outer ear; directs sound from the outside to the inner ear canal
5) Tympanic membrane : the eardrum; vibrates when sound reaches it

Created on January 07, 2013 by
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Denise Melsenti
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Types of Arthritis

1) Rheumatism : pain and stiffness affecting the skeletal system, the muscular system or both
2) Arthritis : all the rheumatic diseases
3) osteoarthritis : also degenerative arthritis; wear and tear at the joint surfaces
4) gouty arthritis : crystals of uric acid form within the synovial fluid of joints

Created on November 08, 2012 by
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M T
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body cavities


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Anatomy Study Guide Flashcards

1) Define anatomy : the study of the structure of the body that can be seen with the naked eye and what it is made up of.
2) Define physiology : study of the functions or activities performed by the body's structures
3) Define histology : study of the structure and composition of tissue
4) Why is the study of anatomy, physiology, and histology important to the esthetician? : To help develop skills and perform work safely
5) Name and describe the basic structures of a cell. : Protoplasm is a colorless, jellylike substance in which food elements such as proteins, fats, carbohydrates, mineral salts, and water are present. Similar to the white of a raw egg. Nucleus is the dense, active protoplasm found in the center of the cell. Plays in cell reproduction and metabolism. Cytoplasm is all the protoplasm of a cell except that found in the nucleus. Contains the food material necessary for cell growth, reproduction, and self-repair. Cell membrane encloses the protoplams and permits soluble substances to enter and leave the cell.

Created on February 27, 2012 by
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Gianna Campbell
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