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Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Cells & Tissues Sequence Review with
500 400 300 200 100 Clinical Items Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves Muscles & Nerves Bones & Joints Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia Keep a record of each player’s points.
This artery sends a perforating branch to supply the lower trapezius. Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 100 Points
What is the dorsal scapular artery?
Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 200 Points This deep fascia envelopes the pectoralis minor muscle.
What is the clavipectoral fascia? Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 200 Points
Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 300 Points Pectoral branches of this artery supply the pectoral muscles.
Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 300 Points What is the thoracoacromial artery?
Also known as anterior axillary nodes, these nodes receive more than 80% of breast lymph. Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 400 Points
What are the pectoral lymph nodes? Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 400 Points
These branches of spinal branches of segmental vessels anastomose with the anterior and posterior spinal arteries. Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 500 Points
What are radicular arteries? Vessels, Lymphatics, & Fascia 500 Points
Represents an elaboration of the supraspinous ligament in the cervical region. Bones & Joints 100 Points
What is the ligamentum nuchae?
Bones & Joints 200 Points Also called a facet joint, this is a synovial joint between articular processes.
What is a zygapophyseal joint? Bones & Joints 200 Points
Bones & Joints 300 Points This bone is formed by the fusion of 5 vertebrae.
Bones & Joints 300 Points What is the sacrum?
This portion of the vertebral or neural arch attaches to the vertebral body. Bones & Joints 400 Points
What is the pedicle? Bones & Joints 400 Points
This bone has foramina in its transverse processes that transmit the vertebral vessels. Bones & Joints 500 Points
What is a cervical vertebra? Bones & Joints 500 Points
Paralysis of this muscle causes an inability to raise the point of the shoulder. Muscles & Nerves 100 Points
What is the trapezius muscle?
Muscles & Nerves 200 Points This nerve supplies the upper portion of the pectoralis major muscle.
What is the lateral pectoral nerve? Muscles & Nerves 200 Points
Muscles & Nerves 300 Points Branches of the ventral rami of these spinal nerves contribute to the subtrapezial plexus.
Muscles & Nerves 300 Points What are C3 and C4?
This muscle extends and medially rotates the arm. Muscles & Nerves 400 Points
What is the latissimus dorsi muscle? Muscles & Nerves 400 Points
This action is shared by the rhomboid muscles and trapezius. Muscles & Nerves 500 Points
What is retraction of the scapula? Muscles & Nerves 500 Points
This extension of pia mater anchors the conus medullaris inferiorly. Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 100 Points
What is the filum terminale internum?
Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 200 Points Cell bodies of motor neurons are located here.
What is the ventral horn of the spinal cord? Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 200 Points
Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 300 Points Cutting this structure would cause numbness in a dermatome, but no muscle paralysis or weakness.
Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 300 Points What is the dorsal root?
The level of the inferior limit of the dural sac. Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 400 Points
What is S2? Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 400 Points
Cutting this nerve may result in numbness on one side of the back. Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 500 Points
What is the dorsal primary ramus? Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves 500 Points
Above or below the 4 th lumbar vertebral spine. Clinical Items 100 Points
Where do you usually perform a lumbar puncture?
Clinical Items 200 Points Abdominal viscera may herniate through this weak area in the posterolateral abdominal wall.
What is the lumbar triangle? Clinical Items 200 Points
Clinical Items 300 Points Compression of the roots of a spinal nerve, often by a herniated intervertebral disc.
Clinical Items 300 Points What is radiculopathy?
Insertion of a needle into the subarachnoid space to collect a sample of cerebrospinal fluid. Clinical Items 400 Points
What is lumbar puncture? Clinical Items 400 Points
An extension of breast tissue superiorly along the border of the pectoralis major muscle. Clinical Items 500 Points
What is the axillary tail? Clinical Items 500 Points
Good luck on your final exam
The Daily Double
Spinal cord and spinal nerves
Neck, Trunk, & Pelvis.
Muscle of the back Muscle are arranged in 2 layers:
REVIEW OF ANATOMY OF SPINE UNDERLYING INTERVERTEBRAL DISC REPAIR
WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts
February 10, 2015 Objective: To describe the anatomy and physiology of the spinal cord To list and describe the function of the protective coverings.
DISSECTION OF THE BACK AND SCAPULAR REGION
Shoulder Joint (Glenohumeral Joint)
Dissection of the Superficial Part of the Back
Regional Gross Anatomy
Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Upper Limb Review with.
Rhomboid Minor Origin:
Muscles of back D.Rania Gabr D.Sama. D.Elsherbiny.
MUSCLES OF BACK By : Prof. Ahmed Fathalla Dr.Sanaa Alshaarawy.
Muscles of Back Dr. Sama ul Haque Dr Rania Gabr.
Scapular Region artmiller.medicalillustration.com.
MUSCLES OF BACK Prof. Ahmed Fathalla Ibrahim Professor of Anatomy
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم.
Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Autonomic Review with.
Created by Terri Street for OKTechMasters © 2000 Adapted by Tom Gest, Anatomical Sciences, University of Michigan Medical School, 2004 Questions developed.
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