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Stimulates the release of milk from the mamary glands.
Oxytocin
Alpha cells produce?
Glucagon
The organ which is both Endocrine& Exocrine gland?
Pancreas
Tsh is released from the?
Anterior Pituttary
Stimulates vasoconstriction& raises blood pressure?
Nor-epi
raises blood calcium
PTH
This type of exercises is recommended for this type of PT
ROM (Range of Motion)
How many Muscles in the body?
656
Muscles are anchored to bone by?
Tendons
Slightly moveable joint?
Ampitiartirosis
The state of slight contraction?
Muscle Tone
Coordination is regulated in this part of the brain?
Cerebellum
How many sperm does it take to fertilize the ovum?
1
What are the two functions of the urethra?
Urine& Semin
What does the secretions of the seminal vessicle maintain?
Nurishments & sperm
How many sperm in all average ejaculation?
200mil.
Prostatic secretions do what?
decrease acid in the vagina
Largest of the mucus producing glands?
Cowpers or Bulbourethral
How many bones in the body?
206
Scapula?
shoulder Blade
Weight bearing lower by bone?
Tibia
Hip Bone?
Ilium
T-1-12 describes which of the vertebrae?
Thoracic
The end of a long Bone contaning red bone marrow?
Epiphyses
The inner layer of the uterus?
Endometrium
The middle layer of the uterus?
myometrium
Name the egg holding the sacks?
Fallopian Tubes
Cessation(stopping of the) of the menstral cycle?
Amenorrhea
NAme the parts of the uterus?
Fundus
body
cervix
T or F Bathing a patient is a routine task?
F
What does NKA stand for?
No Known Allergies
Call admissions for bed change?
Transfer
What does Sx stand for?
Symptoms
Advance directives are listed in this procedure?
Admissions
What does PRN stand for?
As Needed
Eyelids are lined under this thin membrane?
conjunctiva
What detects color?
Cones
The degree to which a sensation is felt?
Intensity
Contains the malleus,mucus and stapes?
Middle ear
the sensation remains in the consciousness after the stimulus has stopped?
after
impulses are interpreted here as movement of the body changes speed, starting or stopping?
semicircular canals
The peripheral nervous system consist of?
spinal & cranial nerves
Carries impulses away from cell body?
Axons
CSF stands for?
Cerebrospinal Fluid
Contains respiratory centers which work under those in the medulla?
Pons
Responsible for visual areas?
Occipital Lobes
How many cranial nerves?
12
Endocrine glands are ductless glands. They transport their secretions through what?
Blood Stream
Prlactin is responsible for sperm development T or F
False
What is the function for FSH
Initiates ovulation and the development of the ovum.
Beta cells produce?
Insulin
What does Epinepherine do?
Increases heart rate and force
Endometrium is located where?
in the inner layer of the uterus
What is the Perimetrium?
outer/surrounding layer of the uterus
T or F the urethra and penis have a duel purpose?
True
Part of the long bone which contains the medullary cavity?
diaphysis
the part of the spine commonly known as the tailbone?
coccyx
Collarbone also known as?
Clavicle
Lower jaw bone also known as?
Mandible
Bone in the upper arm?
Humerus