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  • Anatomy Study Guide
    Final Exam Study Guide You should be familiar with all the vocabulary from the entire semester. These terms are necessary for fluency in A&P 2 and in other down-stream classes. The cumulative portion of the final exam will stress the following learning objectives from throughout the semeste
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  • Anatomy and Physiology
    EXERCISE 1: THE MICROSCOPE - use of COMPOUND MICRSOCOPE in our entire course (ocular eyepiece and objective) CARE OF THE MICROSCOPE: I. TRANSPORTING THE MICROSCOPE: a. Pick up the microscope with two hands, one holding its arm and the other one supporting the base (with the
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  • Anatomy and Physiology Notes
    CHAPTER 1 Interest in the human body and how it functions probably developed when our ancestors began to think about the reasons why people became ill and died. All earlier cultures had someone designated as a healer who was responsible for finding plants and herbs that cured body disorders. This
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  • Gray's Anatomy
    Gray’s Anatomy Henry Gray (1821–1865). Anatomy of the Human Body.1918. Anatomy of the Human Body 2010-2011 I. Embryology THE TERM Embryology, in its widest sense, is applied to the various changes which take place during the growth of an animal from the egg to the adult condition: it
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  • Anatomy of the Nervous System
    Anatomy of the Nervous System Structure of the Vertebrate Nervous System • Neuroanatomy is the anatomy of the nervous system. • Refers to the study of the various parts of the nervous system and their respective function(s). • The nervous system consists of many substructures, each compri
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  • Key Terms
    KEY TERMS a-, an- = no, not (as in anemia}. AAA – abdominal aortic aneurysm. AAA – diagnostic arthroscopy, operative arthroscopy, and operative arthrotomy. A&P – anterior and posterior vaginal repair Ab, ab – abortion. ab- = away from. abate – to lessen or decrease. abdomen
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