Flashcards in Health Care and Treatment Deck (39)
The study of the structure or morphology of the body and how the body parts are organized.
The study of the functions of body parts, what they do and how they do it.
The study of the diseases of the body.
Basic reference systems of bodily organization
Directions, planes, cavities, and structural units.
Uppermost or above
Lowermost or below.
Toward the head.
Toward the front.
Toward the side or away from the midline of the body.
Away from the point of attachment.
Vertically divides the body through the midline into two equal portions or halves.
Any plane parallel to the midsagittal or median plane vertically diving the body into unequal right and left portions.
Horizontal (Transverse) Plane
Any plane dividing the body into superior and inferior portions.
Body has two major cavities.
Dorsal Cavity and the ventral cavity.
The organs of any cavity.
Contains organs of the nervous system that coordinate the body's functions. Cranial cavity and the Spinal cavity.
Contains the brain.
Contains the spinal cord.
Contains organs that are involved in maintaining homeostasis. Thoracic cavity and Abdominopelvic cavity.
The muscle that separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominopelvic cavity.
Refers to the walls of a cavity.
Refers to the covering on an organ.
energy releasing process that breaks down large molecules.
energy requiring process that builds larger molecules
total chemical changes that occur inde a cell.
step after glycolysis in which pyruvic acid gets broken down in to carbon dioxide gas and water.
more water inside the red blood cell than in the solution.
Early stages of Anthrax
Cultures FA and PCR
What vaccines are available for BW
Rift Valley Fever