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Macrophage
activates the amune system
cartisol
anti inflamatory
hypothalamus
gland that picks up stress
CRH
releases hormone
Effects of cortisol
1. disables the macrophage
2. increases blood pressure
3. increases heart rate.
opportunistic pathogen
disease takes advantage of you when immune is down
asymptomatic
hiv positive, but looks healthy, has no symptoms
Antigen
protein
embryology
study of embrio
pathology
study of diseases
cytology
study of cells
fetology
study of fetus
histology
study of tissue
circulatory
transports oxygen, carbon dioxide and nutrients
integumentary
protection
muscular
movement
skeletal
protects and supports
nervous
collects and evauluates information
respiratory
takes in oxygen and release
reproductive
reproduction
digestion
extracts and absorbs nutrients from food
excretory
excretes waste
lymph
filters blood
proximal
closet to the midline
distal
furthest from the midline
superficial
at or close to the surface of the body
deep
further from the surface
anterior
front view
posterior
back view
ventral
front
dorsal
back
superior
above or towardsd the head
inferior
bellow ro twoards the feet
internal
deep
external
close to surface
visceral
exact as internal
parietal
same as external or superifical
oncology
study of cancer`
oncologist
canacer specialst
tumor
rapid cellular
neoplasm
new growth
collagenous
tough, resilient, not flexible
elastic fiber
strength, elasticity, and rubbery
reticular fiber
microscopic
fibroblasts
forms the protein fibers
simple squamous
capiliaries, alveoli
simple cubuidal
kidney
simple columnar
instestines
transitional epithelium
bladder
pseudostratified ciliated columnar
trachea, fallopian tube
keratinized
skin
nonkeratinized
mouth, vagina
stratified cuboidal
sweat glands
stratified columnar
urethra
tissue
groups of similar cells in structure and function
epithelial
a covering or lining
connective
to hold together or support
nervous
conducts an impulse
simple epithelium
one cell thick for diffusion and absorbtion
stratified epithelium
many layers thick for protection
pseduostratified epithelium
looks stratified but its only one cell
squamous
flat
cuboidal
cube shape
columnar
rectangular
transiti9onal
shape can change
cilia
movement or creating a current
flageall
locomotion
microvilli
increase surface
condensed cytoplasm
protection
goblet cell
secretion of mucus
extension
straightening limb
abduction
draw away from the middle of body
adduction
to draw inward
inversion
act of inverting
eversion
inside out
protraction
out
retraction
in
suppination
rotate so plam is upward
pronation
flam faces down
elevation
scapula up
depression
shoulders down
dorsi flexion
bending back
circumduction
circular movemtn of limbs
hyperextension
extension of a bodily joint
partial break
break is incomplete
complete break
broken into two peices
closed
does not break skin
open fracture
end protude skin
comminuted
splinited
spiral
twisted
impacted
fragments pushed in
stress
partial fracture
avulsion
separated at joint
colles
distal end of radius
potts
distal end of fibula
greenstick
bends
obligque
angel break
depressed
drivin into organ
pathological
poor nutrition, diseased
osteomyelitisf
infectious disease of bone
rickets
inability to ransport clacium and phosphorus from intestines into blood
spina bifida
failure of vertebrae to enclose spinal cord
osteoma
benign or malignant tumor
scoliosis
lateral curvature of vertebrae
kyphosis
round back
lordosis
sway back
gout
forms excessive uric acid joints