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'D' & 'E' Anatomy
Can you pick the correct anatomical structures beginning with 'D' or 'E' which match each description?
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Triangular-shaped muscle which passes over the shoulder joint.
Common name for the tympanic membrane.
The first section of the small intestine between the stomach and the jejunum.
Skull bone which separates the brain from the nasal cavity.
Duct which connects the middle ear to the upper part of the pharynx; assists in equalising pressure between the ear and the atmosphere.
Inner lining of the uterus which thickens during the menstrual cycle to allow the implantation of a fertilised egg.
White blood cell associated with battling parasites and also involved in the mechanisms of allergy and asthma.
Alternate term for a red blood cell; a disc-shaped cell with no nucleus which transports oxygen.
Layer of cells that line the inner surface of blood vessels.
Alternate name for the fatty sheet of peritoneum which hangs from the stomach and covers the intestines before folding back on itself.
Inner layer of skin that contains blood vessels, nerves, hair follicles and glands.
An area of skin supplied by the nerve fibres of single spinal root.
Thin muscular sheet which stretches beneath the lungs and contracts on inspiration to increase the volume in the thorax.
Branched processes of a neuron which conducts impulses towards the cell.
Coiled duct connected to a testicle in which sperm are stored and undergo maturation.
Component of the voice box; cartilaginous structure which covers the vocal folds and prevents swallowed material entering the trachea.
Cauda _______ - a bundle of nerve roots at the base of the spinal cord that resembles a 'horse's tail'.
Membrane attached to the inner surface of the skull; one of three meningeal layers separating bone from brain.
The outermost, non-vascular layer of the skin.
Artery which supplies blood to the upper surface of the foot.
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