Posted on 02/03/2011 by Laura
If you were to look at your finger,
what tissues would you see from the outside to center of your finger?
Take a guess, then move your cursor over the slide for the answer.
Are you guessing right?
Are you there yet?
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Posted on 05/21/2012 by anatomysullivan
1. anterior (ventral)– front side of body, face side
2. posterior (dorsal)– back side of body
3. superior– above
4. inferior– below
5. medial– toward the middle
6. lateral– toward the side
7. proximal– toward the point of origin of a limb or structure
8. distal– away from the point of origin of a limb or structure
9. superficial– toward the surface
10. deep– away from the surface
11. peripheral– away from the center
12. supine-lying face up, palms anterior
13. prone-lying face down, palms posterior
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Posted on 02/04/2010 by Laura
You can find the new Muscle PowerPoints page Here.
or select your preference below
Lower Muscle PowerPoint (Updated 020410)
Upper Muscle PowerPoint
Filed under: Human Anatomy, Muscular | Tagged: AVC, muscle powerpoints, sullivan | Comments Off on New Muscle PowerPoints
Posted on 04/24/2009 by Laura
Pathways – Circulatory ♥
This lecture section – lets do circulatory pathways!
Like taking a trip to the beach, we will need to travel on certain roads to get there and back, and because we have limited time for this pleasure (we have toooo much anatomy studying to do) we must take the quickest path to get there and back.
I will state a FROM location, and a TO location. See if you can get there and back. Please don’t forget about the little side streets (or our ‘ACVs’-arterioles, capillaries, venules).
Starting Simple, Pathway #1:
FROM Superior Vena Cava TO Pulmonary Veins Answer Pathway #1 (11 steps)
Pathway #2 FROM Hepatic Vein TO Brain Answer Pathway #2 (22 steps)
Pathway #3 FROM elbow of right arm TO Spleen Answer Pathway #3 (long one!)
Pathway #4 FROM Thoracic Vertebral Column TO Left Ovary Answer Pathway #4 (25 steps)
Pathway #5 Pulmonary Circulation Answer Pathway #5 (16 steps)
Pathway #6 FROM Pancreas TO Spleen Answer Pathway #6 (30 steps)
Pathway #7 FROM 3rd Digit of the Right Hand TO 3rd Digit of the Left Hand Answer Pathway #7 (32 steps)
Filed under: Circulatory, Human Anatomy | Tagged: anatomy, AVC, barron, blood, Circulation, judy sullivan, path, review | Comments Off on Pathways
Posted on 04/21/2009 by Laura
Play the Daily 5
These questions are for Exam IV, on PNS, ANS, Crainal Nerves, Ear and Eye
To help get those synapses working a daily 5-questions for 2 weeks was created to help with this exam. You can:
- select the question
- write your answers down
- check your answers
(E4=Exam 4, D5=Daily 5, 1= number, this is the first)
Filed under: Nervous | Tagged: anatomy, AVC, barron, daily 5, ear, eye, judy sullivan, pns, questions, review | Comments Off on Daily 5
Posted on 04/17/2009 by Laura
This video is by the Medical College of Georgia – Gross Anatomy and is available for free from itunes.
Filed under: Human Anatomy, Nervous | Tagged: anatomy, AVC, barron, Brachial Plexus, judy sullivan, nerves, nervous system, video | Comments Off on Brachial Plexus
Posted on 03/24/2009 by Laura
Filed under: Circulatory | Tagged: anatomy, Arteries, AVC, barron, Cat, Circulation, judy sullivan, Model, review, Veins | Comments Off on Cat Circulation Model