206 ANATOMY MUST-KNOW STRUCTURE LIST. This is the complete list for the course - PRINT OUT SOON

NBAB 206 Module I . SKELETON

Lab Assignments from the Guy Workbook
Lesson 14 - Axial Skeleton - All BOLDED structures

Axial Skeleton PowerPoint . The will take a little time to appear, and advancing with Page Down or the Down arrow is also slow. [Downloading the file to your computer will allow you to run it faster.] To exit from the .ppt back to here, hit the BACK Green arrow on the browser

Here are the directions for running Guy's Anatomy Lab Program on our SBLC computers Anatomy Lab in SBLC

along with my Theory ppt on Axial Skeleton PowerPoint

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Lesson 16 Bones of the Upper Limb - All bolded structures with these EXCEPTIONS:
Figure 16-2 . . Omit angles and borders
Figure 16-6 . . Omit the names of the carpals


Appendicular Skeleton PowerPoint
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Lesson 3 - Bones of lower limb . ONLY the structures named below

Figure 3-2
Ileum - - Ischium - - Pubis - -

Figure 3-4
Greater sciatic notch - - Ischial spine - - Ischial tuberosity - - Acetabulum - - Obturator foramen - -

Figure 3-5
Sacroiliac joint - - Pelvic brim - - Iliac crest - - Ischial spine - - Symphysis pubis - -

Figure 3-6
Head - - Neck - - Greater trochanter - - Lesser trochanter - - Patellar surface - - Medial epicondyle and condyle - - Lateral epicondyle and condyle - -

Figure 3-8
Lateral condyle - - Medial condyle - - Heal of fibula - - Tibial tuberosity - - Medial malleolus - - Lateral malleolus - -

Figure 3-9
Tarsals - Talus - - Calcaneus - - Metatarsals - - Phalanges - -

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NBAN 206 MODULE II Thorax, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Lymphatics

Lab Assignments
Structures to be identified for Anatomy 206 taken from Guy Lessons 41,42,43,44 and Marieb text

HEART
Heartfelt . is a logical guide to examing the heart in the lab, which some of you may find useful to print out and take in with you.

Parietal pericardium - - Visceral pericardium
Vessels on the outside of the heart:-

  • Left coronary artery
  • Left anterior descending artery (LAD) / anterior interventricular
  • Right coronary artery
  • Coronary sinus
  • Great cardiac vein - -

    Great vessels entering and leaving the heart:-

  • Superior vena cava (SVC)
  • Inferior vena cava (IVC)
  • Pulmonary trunk
  • Pulmonary arteries
  • Pulmonary veins
  • Aorta

    Heart
    Atria (right and left) - - Ventricles (right and left) - - Interventricular septum - - Atrio-ventricular valves Mitral, Tricuspid - - Chordae tendinae - - Papillary muscles - - Semilunar valves Aortic, Pulmonary

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    Major arteries of Systemic Circulation (Marieb text p.344)

    Ascending aorta - - Coronary vessels of the heart - - Arch of aorta - - Brachiocephalic trunk - - Right common carotid a. (to head and neck) - - Right subclavian a.(to right upper limb) - - Left common carotid artery (to head and neck) - - Left subclavian artery(to left upper limb) - -

    Upper limb blood supply (same on both sides)
    Right or left subclavian aa. (same on both sides) - - Axillary aa. - - Brachial aa. - - Radial aa. and Ulnar a. - -

    Thoracic wall blood supply
    Descending thoracic aorta (only one of these) - - Intercostal aa. (same on both sides)

    Pelvis & Lower Limb Blood Supply (Same on both sides)
    Common iliac aa. - - Internal iliac aa. (to the pelvis) - - External iliac a. (main blood supply to the lower limb) - -Femoral aa.

    Major VEINS of systemic circulation (Marieb text, p.346)

    Superior vena cava (only one of these) collects venous blood from all veins above the diaphragm - -
    Tributaries to the superior vena cava(same on both sides)

  • Brachiocephalic vv. - -
  • Subclavian vv. - -
  • Internal jugular vv.

    Inferior vena cava (only one of these) collects all venous blood from veins below the diaphragm
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    RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

    Paranasal SINUSES:-
    Frontal - - Sphenoid - - Maxillary - - Ethmoidal
    Nasal CONCHAE
    Superior - - Middle - - Inferior
    Auditory tube
    PALATE:- Hard palate - - Soft palate - - Uvula - -
    TONSILS:- Pharyngeal - - Palatine - - Lingual - -
    LARYNX - - Epiglottis - - Thyroid cartilage - - Cricoid cartilage
    Vocal folds:- False - - True
    Trachea - - Primary bronchi

    RIGHT LUNG - - Superior, middle, and inferior lobes - - Horizontal and oblique fissures
    LEFT LUNG- - Superior and inferior lobes - - Oblique fissure - - Cardiac notch - - Parietal pleura - - Visceral pleura

    THORAX WALL
    MUSCLES
    External intercostal mm. - - Internal intercostal mm. - - Transverse thoracic mm. - -

    Neurovascular bundle - - Posterior intercostal artery and vein - - Intercostal nerve - -

    POSTERIOR THORAX

  • Esophagus - -
  • Vagus nerves (left) - -
  • Azygos vein - -
  • Thoracic duct (maybe) - -
  • Phrenic nerves (left) - -
  • Sympathetic trunk

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    NBAN 206 MODULE III ABDOMEN & ITS CONTENTS

    Lab assignments Taken from Guy Workbook Lessons 34, 35, 36 Use Marieb (text, Ch. 14) for additional information.

    WALL OF THE ABDOMEN (Lesson 34)
    skin with adipose tissue - - rectus abdominus muscle - - external abdominal oblique muscle - - internal abdominal oblique muscle - - transverse abdominis muscle - - aponeurosis of external abdominal oblique m.

    ABDOMINAL ORGANS AND MESENTERIES (Lesson 35)
    MESENTERIES
    :
    mesentery (proper) - - mesocolon - - visceral peritoneum - - parietal peritoneum - - greater omentum
    perintoneal cavity

    STOMACH:
    fundus - - cardia - - lesser curvature - - greater curvature - - pylorus

    SMALL INTESTINES:
    duodenum - - jejunum - - ileum

    LARGE INTESTINES:
    vermiform appendix - - cecum - - ascending colon - - hepatic flexure - - transverse colon - - splenic flexure - - descending colon - - sigmoid colon - - rectum

    LIVER:
    falciform ligament - - round ligament - - right and left lobes - - portal area

    BILIARY SYSTEM:
    GALL BLADDER
    common hepatic duct - - cystic duct - - common bile duct

    DIAPHRAGM

    Additional large organs in the abdomen

    KIDNEYS & SUPRARENAL GLANDS

    PANCREAS

    SPLEEN
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    VESSELS OF ABDOMEN (Lesson 36)

    ARTERIAL BLOOD SUPPLY OF THE LOWER BODY (Lesson 36) Use Marieb (text, p. 344) for more information)

    ABDOMEN
    Descending abdominal aorta (gives off three larger arteries)

  • Celiac trunk (to foregut derivatives)
  • Superior mesenteric artery (to midgut derivatives)
  • Inferior mesenteric artery (to hindgut derivatives) Renal aa. (to kidneys)
    Gonadal aa.(to gonads)
    Lumbar aa.(to posterior all of abdomen)

    PELVIS AND LOWER LIMB BLOOD SUPPLY (Same on both sides)
    Common iliac aa.
    Internal iliac aa. (to the pelvis). External iliac aa. (main blood supply to the lower limb)
    Femoral aa.( continuation from the external iliac aa.)

    SYSTEMIC (CAVAL) VEINS OF THE ABDOMEN Use Marieb (text, p. 346) for more information

    Most systemic veins that run with the arteries have the same adjective in the name. The systemic veins drain into the IVC from the lower limbs and abdomen.
    Renal vv. (from kidneys)
    Gonadal vv. (from gonads)
    Lumbar vv.(from posterior abdominal walls)

    Common iliac vv
    Internal iliac vv.(from pelvis)
    External iliac vv.(from lower limbs)
    Femoral vv.(from lower limbs)

    PORTAL SYSTEM
    Venous blood from the digestive system drains into the portal vein, through the liver and into the IVC on the posterior side of the liver
    Superior mesenteric vein (from midgut derivatives)
    Inferior mesenteric vein (from hindgut derivatives)
    Splenic vein (from spleen)

    MODULE IV Pelvis, Urinary & Reproductive Systems

    URINARY SYSTEM (Lesson 37)
    Kidneys - - ureters - - urinary bladder - - urethra<[p> Some structures: ( *Best seen on the models)
    Renal cortex - - renal medulla ( pyramid) - - minor and major calyx - - renal pelvis

    Renal arteries - - renal veins

    Vessels inside kidney *:-
    interlobar artery and vein - - arcuate artery - - interlobular artery - - afferent arteriole - - glomerulus - - efferent arteriole

    Nephron structures*:-
    Bowman's capsule - - proximal convoluted tubule - - descending limb of loop - - ascending limb of loop - - distal convoluted tubule - - collecting duct

    MALE REPRODUCTION (Lesson 38) (* Best seen on the models)

    Testis - - scrotum - - ductus deferens* - - seminal vesicle* - - ejaculatory duct* - - prostate gland* - - urethra:-
    prostatic - - membranous * - - penile
    corpora cavernosa penis - - corpus spongiosum - - spermatic cord - - testicular artery and vein* - -

    FEMALE REPRODUCTION (Lesson 39) (* best seen on the models)
    ovary - - ovarian artery and vein* - - broad ligament - - uterine tube - isthmus, ampulla, infundibulum - - uterus - fundus, cervix - - round ligament of uterus*
    fornix* - - vagina - - labia majora* - - labia minora* - -

    EMBRYOLOGICAL MUSEUM - ROOM 4006
    Observe normal and abnormal development
    What is an ectopic pregnancy?

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    NBAN 206 Module V NERVOUS SYSTEM & SPECIAL SENSES

    Lab assignments - - Structure taken from Guy Workbook Lessons 25, 26, 28, 30 Use Marieb (text, Ch 7) for additional information.

    BRAIN (Lesson 25)
    - - frontal lobe - - occipital lobe - - central sulcus postcentral gyrus - - parietal lobe - - parieto-occipital sulcus - - calcarine fissure - - parietal lobe
    pons - - medulla oblongata - - cerebellum - - cerebral aqueduct cerebral aqueduct spinal cord - -
    corpus callosum - - interventricular foramen - - thalamus - - hypothalamus - - optic chiasma - - attachment of hypophysis or pituitary gland

    CRANIAL NERVES etc
    olfactory bulb - - olfactory tract - - CN II (optic n.) - - mammillary bodies - - CN V (Trigeminal n.) - - Cn VIII (vestibulocochlear n) - - CN VII (facial n.) - - CN X (vagus n.) - - CN XII (hypoglossal n.) - - CN III (oculomotor n.) - - CN IV (trochlear n.) - - CN VI (abducens n.) - - pyramid of medulla - - CN IX (glossopharyngeal n.) - - olive

    CN XI (accessory spinal n.) - - longitudinal fissure - - occipital lobe - - cerebral cortex
    interventricular foramen - - lateral ventricle - - third ventricle - - cerebral aqueduct - - fourth ventricle - -

    MENINGES AND CIRCULATION (Lesson 26)
    pia mater - - subarachnoid space - - meningeal dura mater - - periosteal dura mater (not for spinal cord) - - falx cerebri - - tentorium cerebelli
    superior sagittal sinus
    - - internal jugular v. (in cervical region) - - common carotid a. - - internal carotid a. - - vertebral a. (in cervical region)
    (internal carotid aa.)

    Circle of Willis:-

  • anterior cerbral aa. - -
  • middle cerebral aa. - -
  • anterior communicating a. - -
  • posterior communicating aa. - -
  • basilar a. - -
  • (posterior cerebral aa)
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    SPINAL CORD (Lesson 28)
    cervical enlargement - - lumbar enlargement - - dura mater - - filum terminale - - cauda equina

    ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSE (Lesson 30) Use Marieb (text, Ch. 8) for information.

    EYE Eye PowerPoint
    pupil - - iris - - lens - - sclera - - retina - - optic nerve - - cornea - - vitreous (use cow eye for this)

    EAR
    external auditory canal - - tympanic membrane - - middle ear - - inner ear - - auditory tube - - ossicles:-
    malleus - - incus - - stapes
    semicircular canals - - cochlea (use model for this)