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# spinal nerves: cerv
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# spinal nerves: thorac
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# spinal nerves: lumb
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# spinal nerves: sacr
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# spinal nerves: cocc
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ID of spinal nerves: cerv plex
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ID of spinal nerves: brach plex
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ID of spinal nerves: lumb plex
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ID of spinal nerves: sacral plex
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define plexus
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because of plex: each periph nerv branch that is formed from a plexus contains nerve fibers from _____
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because of plex: each spinal nerve reaches muscles via _____
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because of plex: damage to single spinal nerve will _____
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innervated nerves for cerv plexus
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innervated nerves for brachial plex
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: diaphragm
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: trapezius
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: sternocleidomastoid
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: serr anterior
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: subscapularis
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: teres major
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: supraspinatus
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: infraspinatus
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: deltoid
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: triceps brachii
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: brachioradialis
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: teres minor
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: biceps brachii
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: brachialis
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: thenar muscles
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innervating nerve & source plexus for: hypothenar muscles
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innervated nerves of lumbar plexus
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muscles innervated by femoral nerve
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muscles innervated by obturator nerve
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quads innervated by what nerve & plexus?
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adductors innervated by what nerve & plexus?
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function of cranial nerve: olfactory
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function of cranial nerve: optic
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function of cranial nerve: oculomotor
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function of cranial nerve: trigeminal
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function of cranial nerve: abducens
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function of cranial nerve: facial
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function of cranial nerve: vestibulocochlear
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function of cranial nerve: glossopharyngeal
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function of cranial nerve: vagus
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function of cranial nerve: spinal accessory
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function of cranial nerve: hypoglossal
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cranial nerve: I
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cranial nerve: II
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cranial nerve: III
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cranial nerve: IV
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cranial nerve: V
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cranial nerve: VI
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cranial nerve: VII
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cranial nerve: VIII
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cranial nerve: IX
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cranial nerve: X
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cranial nerve: XI
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cranial nerve: XII
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innervating nerves of sacral plexus?
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what muscles are innervated by: superior gluteal n.
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what muscles are innervated by: inferior gluteal n.
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what muscles are innervated by: sciatic n.
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what muscles are innervated by: tibial n.
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what are branches of common peroneal n.?
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what muscles are innervated by: superficial peroneal n.
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what muscles are innervated by: deep peroneal n,
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3 main properties of nerv sys?
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3 types of neurons
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which neuron type send signal to the brain?
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which neuron type sends signal away from brain?
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diff between afferent/efferent?
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which neuron type goes through dorsal root ganglion?
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what are the main muscles of inspiration? functions?
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what are the main muscles of expiration? functions?
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what are the accessory muscles of inspiration? function?
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what are the accessory muscles of expiration? function?
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where is lung attached?
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what lines the thoracic cavity? list the layers
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what is boyle's law?
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list the mechanics of inspiration
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list the mechanics of expiration
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what is the average rate for quiet inspiration?
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what are the 2 respiratory centers in the medulla?
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what is the respiratory center in the pons?
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what center is connected to the DRG? what nerves and muscles is attached to it?
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what center is connected to the VRG? what nerves and muscles is attached to it?
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where is central chemoreceptor located and what does it connect to?
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function of central chemoreceptor?
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what is hyperventilation?
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what do higher brainn cneters connect to?
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function of peripheral chemoreceptors?
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location of peripheral chemoreceptors?
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cranial nerves/other receptors connecting to DRG?
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location of vagus nerve?
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locationof glossopharingeal nerve?
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location of stretch receptors?
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functionof stretch receptors?
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distance diaphragm moves in contraction of quiet/forced inspiration?
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