Tuesday, October 6, 2015

[HLI] Week 4 - M/T CMT

Monday, 5/5

Video on body systems - Sean Riehl

Here's a different video to review:


Homework - due Monday
pg. 100, 103 - MM workbook
pg. 160

Swedish Massage:
review: arm
new: chest sequence

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Tuesday, 5/6

Anatomy lecture (am)

Skeleton:

  • axial - 80 bones
  • appendicular - 134


Terms you should know - what it is, define it, what it does:
  • periosteum
  • compact/cortical
  • spongy/cancellous
  • trabecular
  • osteon
  • osteoblast
  • osteoclast
  • marrow
  • medullary canal
  • hematopoiesis
  • epiphysis
  • metaphysis
  • diaphysis
  • axial skeleton
  • appendicular skeleton
Bone function:


  • enable mobility
  • support and protect various organs of the body
  • produce red and white blood cells (long bones only, in marrow)
  • store minerals

Bone types:
  • Long
  • Short
  • Flat
  • Irregular
  • Sesamoid
Fracture types (know the differences):
  • fracture
  • stress fracture
  • pathologic
  • closed
  • open
  • comminuted
  • avulsion
  • greenstick
  • compression
  • occult
Also look up properties of bone on pg. 12 (MM)





Skull:



  • cranial bones - 8 total
    • frontal (1)
    • parietal (2) 
    • temporal (2)
    • occipital (1)
    • ethmoid (1)
    • sphenoid (1)
Pt. 1 Cranial bones 

  • facial bones - 14 total
    • mandible (1)
    • maxilla (2)
    • vomer (1)
    • palatine (2)
    • nasal (2)
    • zygomatic (2)
    • nasal conchae (2)
    • lacrimal (2)
                                                                  pt. 1 Facial bones


Pt. 2 facial bones


  • sutures
    • coronal - unites frontal bone with parietal bones
    • sagittal - unites parietal bones (center/top of head)
    • squamous - unites squamous portion of temporal bones to parietal bones
    • lambdoid - unites parietal bones with occipital bone



texts:

  • Muscle Manual (Visniak): 
    • pg. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 34, 35, 36
  • Illustrated Musculoskeletal Anatomy (Seig):
    •  pg 2 grey book 2nd ed
    •  pg. 136 green book 5th ed.

Review: 

  • scapula/ribs
  • clavicle 
  • humerus
  • shoulder girdle



Joint types - we didn't really get into this too much, class broke for lunch, but it was on page 14 which we flipped to, so maybe just preview it for future lecture. 
Fibrous:
  • suture
  • cartilaginous
  • gomphosis
  • syndesmosis
  • symphysis/fibrocartilagenous

Synovial:
  • gliding
  • hinge
  • pivot
  • condyloid
  • saddle
  • ball and socket


PM lecture - was supposed to be Chemistry of Man but we got onto frequency and how it affects health. So we'll be doing Chemistry of Man sometime soon. 


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