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Chamberlain College of Nursing:HESI A2 Anatomy 2022 LATEST VERSION (142Q with clear images)Answered

Anatomy 1. What are the three overlapping functions of the nervous system?: 2. Divisions of the nervous system?: 3. What are the cerebral meninges?: 4. CSF (Cerebrospinal fluid): 5. What are the cells of the nervous system?: 6. What are the neuroglia (supporting cells)?: 7. What are the types of neuroglial cells in the CNS?: 8. What are the types of neuroglial cells in PNS?: 9. What are neurons?: 10. The nerve impulse: 11. What are synapses: 12. What is the action potential?: 13. Excitatory vs inhibitory synapses?: 14. What are the connective tissues covering the nerves?: 15. What is the spinal cord?: 16. Sensory (afferent) signals: 17. Somatic sensory: 18. Visceral sensory: 19. motor (efferent) signals: 20. Somatic motor sensory: 21. Branchial motor sensory: 22. Visceral motor sensory: 23. What are the reflex arcs?: 24. What are the five essential components of the reflex arc?: 25. What are the types of reflexes?: 26. What are the four regions of the brain?: 27. What is the brain stem?: 28. What is the cerebellum?: 29. What are the cerebral hemispheres components: 30. What are the sulci of the cerebral hemispheres?: 31. What is the cerebral cortex?: 32. What are the functional regions of the cerebral cortex?: 33. What is the primary motor cortex?: 34. What is the motor area of the cerebral cortex?: 35. Sensory areas of the cerebral cortex: 36. What is the somatosensory assocaition area (sensory of cerebral cor- tex?): 37. Brodmann areas: 38. What is the basal nuclei?: 39. What is the corpus striatum: 40. Lentiform nucleus: 41. What are the ventricles in the brain?: 42. Cranial nerves: 43. Cranial nerves list: 44. False vs true pelvis: 45. Pelvic outlet: 46. The pelvis is separated from the perineum by the: 47. Perineum: 48. What are the muscular walls of the pelvis?: 49. Internal iliac artery: 50. Lumbosacral plexus: 51. What are the internal genital organs (female)?: 52. What are the external genital organs (female)?: 53. What is the broad ligament of the uterus?: 54. What are the ovaries?: 55. What are the fallopian tubes?: 56. What is the uterus?: 57. Uterus: 58. The internal Os of the cervix, Cervical canal, and external Os is in Nulliparous and after childbirth: 59. Incompetent internal Os: 60. What happens to the uterine muscles during pregnancy?: 61. Blood supply of the uterus: 62. Innervation of the uterus: 63. Pap smear: 64. What are Leiomyomas (Fibroids)?: 65. How is the uterus supported?: 66. Loss of support of uterus may cuase: 67. A retroverted uterine may be a cause of: 68. What is the ligamentous support of uterus?: 69. The mucosa of the uterus: 70. Menstrual cycle: 71. What is the desquamation/regeneration phase of menstruation?: 72. What is the proliferation phase of menstruation?: 73. What is the secretion phase?: 74. What is the Fallopian tube?: 75. What are the four parts of the Fallopioan tube: 76. Blood supply of the Fallopian tube: 77. What is the site of fertilization in the Fallopian tube?: 78. Ectopic pregnancy: 79. Salpingitis: 80. Histerosalpingography: 81. Urinary bladder: 82. Urinary bladder volumes: 83. What is the male urethra?: 84. What is in the prostatic part of the male urethra?: 85. Where do ejaculatory ducts open?: 86. What is the membranous (intermediate) part of the male urethra? 87. What is the spongy urethra?: 88. Blood supply of urethra: 89. Innervation to male urethra: 90. Female urethra: 91. Blood suppy to female urethra: 92. Testis: 93. WHat is the pampiniform venous plexus?: 94. Innervation of the testis: 95. Lymphatic drainage of testis: 96. What are the layers of the scrotum?: 97. What is the blood supply of the scrotum?: 98. Lymphatics of scrotum: 99. Innervation of the scrotum: 100. What is the epididymis: 101. Where is spermatozoa produced?: 102. What is the ductus deferens?: 103. Blood supply of the ductus deferens: 104. What are the seminal vesicles: 105. Blood supply of seminal vesicles: 106. Innervation of the seminal vesicle: 107. What is the prostate?: 108. What does the prostate produce: 109. Blood supply of the prostate: 110. Prostatic venous plexus: 111. Innervation of the prostate: 112. What is the perineum: 113. What is the perineal body?: 114. Perineal muscles are all innervated by the: 115. External anal sphincter: 116. Parts of the penis?: 117. Prepuce: 118. Erection mechanism: 119. Emission mechanism: 120. Ejaculation: 121. Hypospadia: 122. Phimosis: 123. Paraphimosis: 124. Clitoris: 125. Vestibule: 126. Bulbs of the vestibule: 127. Oral cavity may be divided into: 128. Oropharyngeal isthmus: 129. Tonsilar fossa: 130. Roof of the oral cavity: 131. Uvula: 132. Cleft palate: 133. Cleft lip: 134. Floor of the oral cavity: 135. Lateral wall of oral cavity: 136. What are the salivary glands: 137. Mumps can cause: 138. Measles (Rubeola): 139. Herpes simplex 1: 140. Lichen planus: 141. Aphthous ulcer:

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