Category: Flashcards

Dr Rosen/Herb

Question Answer Where is injury for incomplete tetra/paraplegia? Above the neck Where is injury for complete tetra/paraplegia? Below brachial plexus Where are most frequent levels of injury? Why? C5 with C4, C6, T12 following in frequency C5-7, T4-7, T10-L2 *Mostly C5 bc it is apex of lordosis, also involvement at C4 & C6. T12 bc […]

Questions about vertebrates

Question Answer What is the difference between bone and cartilage? Bone is harder than cartilage. Bone provides support while cartilage serves as a cushion. What is a vertebrate? An animal with a backbone, skull, and live skeleton. What is the difference between arteries and veins? Arteries carry blood away from the heart, but veins carry […]

Types of Joints

Question Answer Syndemosis, Suture, and Gomphosis are ___ joints? Fibrous Dense connective tissue holding them together contains many collagenous fibers. They lie between bones that closely contact one another. Fibrous In this type of joint the bones are bound by klong fibers of connective tissue that form an anterosseous ligament. Permits slight movement and is […]


Question Answer Vertebrates have this A Backbone What is an endoskeleton? Internal skeletons that are combination of bone and cartilage What does that skull protect? The Brain What is an endotherm? Can control their own body temperature; warm-blooded What is an ectotherm? Cannot control their own body temperature: cold-blooded. What 6 things help endotherms keep […]

Joint and Movements

Question Answer Articulations Functional joints between bones. they bind parts of the skeletal system and make possible bone growth. Fibrous Joints Dense connective tissues composd mainly of dense connective tissues. Syndesmosis (fibrous) Bones bound by long fibers of connective tissue that form an interosseous ligament. Suture (fibrous) between flat bones of the skull. Gomphosis (fibrous) […]

PCA, ACA, MCA, & vertebrobasilar arteries

Question Answer UE and face more affected than LE. Middle cerebral artery (MCA) Possible thalamic pain syndrome. Posterior cerebral artery (PCA) Most commonly occluded artery Middle cerebral artery (MCA) Possible aphaias Middle cerebral artery (MCA) LE more involved than UE or face Anterior cerebral artery (ACA) Possible quadriplegia, dizziness, nystagmus Vertebrobasilar arteries Possible blindness Posterior […]

week 4 phase 2

Question Answer Havrix Hepatitis A adult Vaccine Havrix Pediatric Hepatitis A Pediatric vaccine Twinrix Hepatitis A adult vaccine / Hepititis B vaccine Doribax Doripenum Mycfradin Neomycin Cephulac Lactulose Bactrin DS Sulfamethoxazole / Trimethoprim Cipro Ciprofloxacin Levaquin Levofloxacin Adoxa Dodycycline Amikin Amikancin Amoclan Amoxicillin / Clavulanate Amoxil Amoxicillin Ancef Cefazolin Azactam Aztreonam Ceclor Cefaclor Cefizox Ceftizoxime […]

Lecture Unit 2

Question Answer Embryonic Brain Development Primary Brain Vesicles (Know Table in Lecture Guide). Prosencephalon, Mesencphalon, Rhombencephalon Secondary Brain Vesicles Telencephalon, Diencephalon, Mesencphalon, Metencephalon, Myelencephalon. (Tel Di Mes Met My Mom). Prosencephalon Becomes: Telencephalon-cerebrum, lateral ventricles. Diencephalon- Epithalamus, thalamus, hypothalamus, Third ventricle. Mesencphalon Becomes: Mesencephalon-Midbrain (cerebral peduncles, corpora quadrigemina), Mesencephalic (Cerebral) aqueduct. Rhombencephalon Becomes: Metencephalon-Pons and […]

periodic table

Question Answer Alkali Metals Very Electro-positve Very reactive in water Alkali Earth Metals Used in fireworks bendable Transition Metals hard, dense metals used in construction wire Metals good conductors of electricity and heat Metalloids have propertys of both metals and non-metals used on computers and electronics Non-metals poor conductors of heat and electricity life Halogens […]

Chapter 1: Section 2: Measuring Matter

Question Answer weight A measure of the force of gravity on an object mass A measure of how much matter is in an object International System of Units The system of units (SI)used by scientists to measure the properties of matter volume The amount of space that matter occupies density The measurement of how much […]