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'G' & 'H' Anatomy
A membrane which descends to partially separate the two hemispheres of the brain.
The ova travel through these structures to reach the uterus.
An area of soft tissue between the cranial bones of an infant allowing the skull to flex and grow before the bones fuse.
An opening or anatomical hole in the body allowing for structures such as blood vessels and nerves to pass through.
A sheet of fibrous tissue which covers or binds together bodily structures.
The longest and largest bone in the human body.
This can apply to a lobe of the brain or a bone of the cranium.
In a hollow organ of the body, this is the area opposite to an opening and is present in the stomach, the uterus and the bladder.
Also known as the calf bone, it is the smaller of the two lower leg bones.
An area of white matter in the brain. Also, a tendril of tissue which guides eggs from the ovary to the uterine tube.
Small lobe of the cerebellum which is involved in motor control and reflexive eye movements.
Located in the retina as part of the eye, this small depression is responsible for sharp central vision.
________ nerve - cranial nerve VII.
Ligamentum ________ - structure that connects the laminae of adjacent vertebrae for the majority of the spinal column.
A small fold of tissue which acts to secure or restrict movement such as beneath the tongue or under the foreskin of the penis.
Area between the elbow and the wrist.
A hollow or depression, frequently in bone, in which a bodily structure can reside.
________ rib - the two lowest pairs of ribs which articulate with the spine but, unlike the other ribs, are not secured to the breastbone.
________ ventricle - located in the brainstem, this cavity is filled with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Varieties of these include: index, middle, ring and little.
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