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4 things in nose
nasal cavity
inferior nasal concha
middle nasal concha
superior nasal concha
4 things in mouth
1) oral cavity
2) hard palate
3) soft palate
4) uvula
5 parts/things in throat
1) nasopharynx
2) oropharynx
3) laryngopharynx
4) glottis (opening to trachea)
5) epiglottis (flap)
5 things related to voice box (+ proper name)
1) larynx
2) thyroid cartilage - anterior - adam's apple - shaped like thyroid
3) cricoid cartilage - inferior - goes all the way around, wide in back
4) arytenoid cartilage - posterior - horn above cricoid - closest to cords
5) true vocal cords - inferior and medial
6) false vocal cords
wind pipe and 3 branches off of it
1) trachea
2) primary bronchi
3) secondary bronchi
4) bronchioles
Things to know on lung
1) apex
2) base
3) hilus
4) Right - superior lobe, middle lobe, inferior lobe
5) Left - superior lobe, inferior lobe
6) Diaphragm
Two things to know on microscope slide of lung
1) alveolar sacs - cloud like
2) lumen of bronchiole - empty space
Two things to know on microscope slide of trachea
pseudostratified epithelium
Hyaline cartilage (lacuna and chondrocytes)
9 things to know on fetal pig related to respiratory system (or in that area)
1) hard palate - ridges
2) soft palate
3) epiglottis - large curled tissue at base of tongue
4) larynx
5) thymus - chewed up gum - on either side of thyroid
6) trachea
7) thyroid gland - in middle
8) lungs
9) diaphragm
6 things to know on fetal pig related to cardiovascular system
1) peridcardial sac
2) right auricle
3) left auricle
4) right ventricle
5) left ventricle - at apex
6) pulmonary trunk
4 layers on model of small intestine with 3 specifics
1) mucosa
a) villi
2) submucosa (between villi and muscularis)
3) muscularis
a) circular layer - inside
b) longitudinal layer - outside
4) serosa - very bottom
4 layers on large intestine microscope slide
1) mucosa layer (villi - simple columnar)
2) submucosa layer
3) muscularis layer (circular and longitudinal
4) serosa layer
10 things on pancreas model
From R to L
1) spleen 2) kidney 3) pancreas
4) pancreatic duct (down middle with branches)
5) duodenum
6) plicae circulares (permanent folds that increase surface area)
Above L (top to bottom) 7)hepatic duct 8) cystic duct 9) gall bladder
10) common bile duct
8 things in mouth and throat
1) parotid salivary gland - large, in front of ear
2) submandibular salivary gland
3) sublingual salivary gland
4) tongue
5) lingual tonsil - back of tongue
6) adenoid (pharyngeal tonsil ) - back of nasal cavity
7) palatine tonsil - below uvula
8) esophagus - dorsal
sphincters and 6 items on stomach
1) gastroesophageal sphincter
2) cardiac region
3) fundus
4) body
5) greater curvature
6) lesser curvature
7) pyloric region or pylorus
8) pyloric sphincter
parts of small intestine
1) duodenum - joins with stomach
2) jejunum - comes out of body wall - in the middle
3) ileum - joins with large intestine
11 things on large intestine
1) ileocecal valve - connects w/ small intestine
2) Cecum - bottom R - blind sac
3) vermiform appendix
4) ascending colon 5) right colic (hepatic) flexure
6) transverse colon 7) left colic (splenic) flexure
8) descending colon 9) sigmoid colon - s shaped
10) rectum 11) anus
4 parts of liver
1) right lobe (biggest)
2) left lobe - smaller
3) caudate lobe - superior middle, posterior
4) quadrate lobe - closest to gall bladder
8 things to know on pig between mouth and small intestine - related to digestive system
1) teeth 2) tongue
3) lingual frenulum
4) esophagus
5) stomach
6) cardiac region
7) body
8) pyloric region /pylorus
11 things to know in abdomen of pig
1) small intestine 2) mesentery
3) appendix - on opposite side
4) large intestine (spiral /coil)
5) rectum 6) anus
7) liver 8) gallbladder 9) pancreas
10) parietal peritoneum 11) spleen - like a snake
10 items in urinary system
1) kidney 2) hilus
3) ureter 4) urinary bladder
5) urethra 6) abdominal aorta
7) renal artery 8) inferior vena cava
9) renal vein 10) adrenal gland
10 things on kidney model
1) renal capsule 2) cortex
3) medulla - (include 4 -5)
4) medullary (renal) pyramids
a) base (outside) b) papilla (apex) - in center
5) renal columns
6) calyces
7) renal pelvis
8) ureter
10 things on Nephron model
1) afferent arteriole
2) glomerulus 3) glomerular (Bowman's) capsule
4) efferent arteriole
5) proximal convoluted tubule - curvy leaves glomerulus
6) loop of Henle - descending limb; ascending limb
7) distal convoluted tubule 8) collecting duct
9) peritubular capillaries 10) vasa recti
3 things on microscope slide of Glomerulus of nephron
1) glomeruli
2) lumen of glomerular capsule
3) renal tubules (cuboidal)
6 things on fetal pig urinary system
1) kidney
2) ureter
3) renal artery
4) renal vein
5) abdominal aorta
6) inferior vena cava
15 things on Female pelvis model
1) urinary bladder 2) urethra 3) urethral orifice
4) labia majora (outside) 5) labia minora (inside)
6) clitoris 7) Vagina 8) vaginal orifice 9) uterus 10) ovary
11) Uterine (fallopian) tube 12) broad ligament - around ovary 13) round ligament - from interior part of uterus
14) rectum 15) anus
6 parts of uterus
1) fundus - rounded
2) body
3) cervix - opening
4) endometrium
5) myometrium
6) perimetrium
5 things on Breast model
1) nipple
2) areola - brown part
3) lactiferous sinus - enlarged area around nipple
4) lactiferous duct - lines
5) lactiferous glands - grape cluster
12 things on male reproductive torso
1) scrotal sac (scrotum) a) testis b) epididymis
2) spermatic cord (contains ductus deferens, gonadal artery & vein)
3) ductus (vas) deferens - exits scrotum
4) ejaculatory duct - short segment in prostate (from vas deferens)
5) urethra Prostatic, membranous, spongy
6)seminal vesicle - blob on posterior bladder
7) prostate gland - below bladder
8) corpus cavernosum - anterior
9) corpus spongiosum (either side of urethra)
10) glans penis 11) urinary bladder 12) rectum