anatomy lab 5a

  1. fibrous layer outside of the kidney
    renal capsule
  2. the thick outer layer of the kidney when cut in half
    renal cortex
  3. thick inner layer of kidney when cut in half, holds renal pyramids and columns
    renal medulla
  4. the area in renal medulla in between the renal pyramids
    renal column
  5. the area in the renal medulla next to the renal columns
    renal pyramids
  6. the smaller tubes connecting the tip of renal pyramids to the center of the kidney
    minor calyx
  7. many minor calyx join together to form the what
    major calyx
  8. two major calyx join to for the
    renal pelvis
  9. the renal pelvis leaves the kidney to form the 
  10. the ureter enters the___ and exits through the ___
    urinary bladder, urethra
  11. follow the path of blood through the kidneys
    renal artery, afferent arteriol, glomerular capillaries, efferent arteriole, pertubular capillaries, vasa recta, renal vein...
  12. follow the path of urine through the kidney...
    glomerular capsule, glomerular capillaries, (exits through the) juxtaglomerular apparatus (which inclued the macula densa-cells of wall of ascending limb, and granular cells- wall of afferent arteriole), proximal comvolted tubule, ascending limb, loop of henle, decending limb, distal convoluted tubule, collecting duct, papillary duct
  13. male repro; sack
  14. male repro; ball
  15. male repro; wormlike structur around teste
  16. male repro; cord connecting epididymus
    spermatic cord
  17. the spermatic cord contains...
    vas deferens, testicular artery and vein, nerve
  18. male repro; the wormlike structure surrounding the urinary bladder
    seminal vessicle
  19. the seminal vesicle  enters the prostate gland into the ___
    ejaculatory duct
  20. the gland under the prostate gland
    bulbourethral gland
  21. the top layer of the corpus in penis
    corpus cavernosum
  22. the corpus surrounding the urethra
    corpus sponginosum
  23. male repro; tip of penis
    glans penis
  24. male repro; foreskin
  25. the 3 parts of the male urethra
    prostatic urethra, membranous urethra, spongy urethra
  26. female; the oocyte center
  27. ligament supporting fallopian tube
    suspensory ligament
  28. ligament supporting ovary
    ovarian ligament
  29. largest ligament surrounding all female repro structures
    broad ligament
  30. blood vessels inside suspensory ligament
    ovarian artery and vein
  31. fingerlike structures holding ovary
  32. the three parts of the uterus
    fundus, body, cervix
  33. ligament pulling the uterus toward the anterior abdominal wall
    round ligament  
  34. external opening of vagina, urethra, and rectum
    vaginal orifice, urethral orifice, anus
  35. female external genetilia includes (4)
    mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, clitoris
  36. the white area of the spinal cord
    white column
  37. the grey area of the spinal cord, 
    grey matter
  38. 3 horns
    dorsal horn, venteral horn, lateral horn
  39. center of spinal hole
    central canal
  40. 2 nerve roots and one nerve bundle form to make the spinal nerve
    dorsal root (dorsal root ganglion), and ventral root
  41. three meninges
    Dura mater, arachnoid mater, pia mater
  42. end of spinal cord includes 3 things;
    • conus medullaris
    • cauda equina (horse tail)
    • filum terminale (terminal threadof CT/pia mater)
  43. the 2 halves of the brain are called
  44. the cerebellum has 5 lobes...
    frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, insula
  45. the brain has 2 fissures, 1 sulcus, 2 gyri

    the fissure that spearates right and left
    the fissure that separates parietal and temporal
    the sulcus that separates front and back
    2 gyri...
    • longitudinal fissure
    • lateral fissure
    • central sulcus 
    • front; precentral gyrus (motor)
    • back; postcentral gyrus (sensory)
  46. two fibrous structures connecting lobes and between ventricles
    • largest; corpus callosum
    • smallest; fornix
  47. 4 nerves on cribriform plate
    • olfactory bulbs
    • olfactory tract
    • optic nerve
    • optic chiasma
  48. gland behind optic chiasma
    pituitary gland
  49. the midbrain contains four hills called the 
    • corpora quadrigemina; 
    • superior colliculi
    • inferior colliculi
  50. 3 segments of brain stem
    midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata
  51. the small brain posterior the brain stem, what does it include (2)
    cerebellum; arbor vitae, vollia
  52. the almond shape structure inside the brain, and smaller one triangle shape
    thalamus, hypothalamus
  53. gland above the cerebellum exiting the posterior thalamus
    pineal gland
  54. four ventricles
    lateral ventricles, third ventricle, cerebral aquiduct, fourth ventricle
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anatomy lab 5a
anatomy exam 5