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This Practical will include…

Upper Body Muscles (1-40)

•name/action

• cats

• bodybuilder photos

• cadaver

• purple arm

The Brain and Spinal Cord

• sheep and human brains and spinal cord model

Cranial Nerves

• olfactory, optic, oculomotor, trochlear, trigeminal, abducens, auditory, vagus (in the cat) and accessory

Brachial Plexus

• musculocutaneous, radial, ulnar and median nerves.

Eye

• cow eye and human models

Ear

• human models

 

Be sure to view the Sample Practical Video (No. 2), available for home loan in the library or for viewing in the IMC.

Also don’t forget to bring a probe and gloves to the practical!

 

Astigmatism –

 

Canal of Schlemm –

 

Ciliary muscles –

 

Pupil –

 

Cochlear duct –

 

Conjunctiva –

 

Eustachian tube –

 

Ganglion cells –

 

Glaucoma –

 

Macula Lutea –

 

Meibomian glands –

 

Membranous labyrinth –

 

Organ of Corti –

 

Papillary sphincter muscles –

 

Pinna –

 

Refraction –

 

Sensineural deafness –

 

Spiral organ –  

 

Suspensory ligaments –

 

Vestibular nuclei –

 

Vitreous humor –

 

Zonule fibers –

 

 

Receptors can be classified according to L________, What are they and their L_________? (3)

 

How do the lacrimal glands work?

 

What are the extrinsic muscles of the eye? (6)

 

What are the three layers of the eye and the parts included?

1.

            1a.

            1b.

2.

            2a.

            2b.

            2c.

3.        

            3a.

 

What is the avascular layer of the eye? the vascular layer?

 

What is the Optic Disk?

 

How does the Lens change shape for accommodation?

 

What muscles of the pupil change to adjust for light, and what do they make the pupil do?

 

What are the 3 regions of the ear and the parts they include?

1.

            1a

            1b

            1c

2.

            2a. (list 3 bones, and a T____ cavity)

3. Osseous labyrinth

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  • List 3 Scala chambers

 

3. Membranous labyrinth

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What are the 2 conducting Medias of the ear and where are they located?

 

Explain the Equilibrium Pathway

 

What is presbyopia?

 

What disorder is the shortness of the eyeball which causes light waves to focus behind the retina?

 Only current worksheets will be linked. The others will become available as we review their areas.

Exam worksheets are always available in SI, then the week of the exam, they will be available here.

Exam I Worksheets:

cell

functions-exam1

vocabulary-exam-1

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