Have you had pain like this before? 2. What are common sites for radiation of ischemic cardiac pain? [k] Upper chest, sub sternal radiating to neck and jaw, sub sternal radiating down left arm, epigastric, epigastric radiating to neck, jaw, and arms, neck and jaw, left shoulder ad down both arms, and intrascapular
The core has been explained by few researchers as a cylinder with double walls, front being the abdominals, roof formed by the diaphragm, bottom being formed by the hip and pelvic floor muscles and back being the gluteals and the paraspinals. (2)
Some examples include the following: clavicle, coccyx, femur, fibula, foramen magnum, mandible, maxilla, metatarsals, ossify, phalanges, radius, scapula, sternum, suture, tibia, ulna, and vertebra. All of these terms are associated with the skeletal system. The mandible, maxilla, and foramen magnum are located in the cervical vertebrae. The clavicle, scapula, and sternum are located in the thoracic vertebrae. The lumbar vertebra contains the humerus, ulna, and radius. The coccyx is located in the sacral vertebrae. The femur, fibula, metatarsals, phalanges, and tibia are located in the appendicular skeleton. The sutures are located in the skull. The vertebrae is the backbone of the body. Ossification is the formation of bone. These terms are important in knowing and learning the skeletal system.
Nasal The nasal septum divides the medially into the right and left portion. The nasal septum separates the cranial cavity by the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone and by the oral cavity by the hand palate. Passageways called the superior, middle and inferior meatuses are the nasal conchae or turbinate bone that curl out from the lateral walls of the nasal cavity on each side. Nasal conchae support the mucous membranes that line the nasal cavity that help increase the surface area. The upper posterior portion of the nasal cavity is slit like and lines and contains the factory receptors that give use the sense of smell. The rest of the cavity conducts air to and from the nasopharynx.
Project 3.2.2 and Project 3.2.3: Student Resource Sheet Use the information found below to guide your research and to design your model. Guiding questions are broken down by assignment. Take notes, answer questions, and complete sketches in your laboratory journal. 1. Oral cavity, pharynx, (must also include accessory organs such
Axial skeleton The axial skeleton is part of the skeleton that has bones from the head and the trunk which are found in the vertebrate, it forms the main axis or core of your skeletal system. It has 80 bones and is split into eight parts; the skull bones, the ossicles of the middle ear, the hyoid bone, the rib cage, sternum and the vertebral column. Ity kepps the heart and the lungs safe from any damge that the body might experience. It is also the portion of
3. Remove the dorsal portion of the carapace to observe other organs in the head and thorax.
Mouth Also known as the oral cavity. Another opening of the respiratory system and can also take air in and out
The name of the above diagram is called the Buccal Cavity. I am going to talk about each labelled structure in detail.
Nasal Cavity- its a space within the nose and the skull with the mucus membrane which warms and moisturizes the air you breathe In that’s going in the body by passing through the nostrils before it passes into the nasopharynx, The human nose is divided into two parts the external nose and the internal nasal cavity. There are hair with the cavity that filters out dust, pollen and other foreign particles. Before the air passes into the two passages the nasal cavity.
P6 describe the structure and function of the respiratory system The nasal cavity (it can also be known as the nasal fossa) is a large air filled space above and behind the nose in the middle of the face. Each cavity is the continuation of one of the two nostrils.
Attachment points for the muscles of the head and neck are located on the exterior surfaces of the skull and allow for important movement like chewing, speech, and facial expressions. Teeth are rooted into deep sockets in the mandible and maxillary bones. The upper portions of the digestive and respiratory
If the dome of the diaphragm becomes more flattened (smaller ZOA), the fibers no longer pull the ribs up and out. The fibers begin to pull the ribs more horizontally. This decreases the expansion of the ribcage so there is a less than ideal drop in air pressure to allow
Hello, I am an Treponema Denticola, a gram-negative bacterium. I am from Spirochetes family. I am slim and curved; therefore, not to lose shape, I always move. My home is oral cavity because temperature and pH level in oral cavity is optimal for me. The normal temperature at which I can exist is ranged between 32-42°C, and pH level is ranged between 6.5-8.0. I love darkness where is no oxygen because I am an anaerobic microorganism, so I settle down deep to periodontium. If I have great conditions to grow and multiply in oral cavity, I can cause several periodontal diseases such as periodontitis, necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, and acute pericoronitis.
Protection- the skeleton provides the protection for the vital organs in the body. For example, the rib cage protects the heart and lungs. Another example would be the cranium; it protects the one of the most import vital organs in the body, the brain.