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'D' & 'E' Anatomy
Otherwise known as the tailbone in humans, it is located at the base of the spine beneath the sacrum.
Transparent layer of the eye which covers the iris, the pupil and the anterior chamber.
Outer layer of the eye which covers the front of the sclera and continues to line the back of the eyelids.
Region of the brain which aids the control of movement by contributing towards co-ordination and precision.
The collarbone; this bone stretches between the sternum and the shoulder.
Commonly known as 'heart strings', these attach the atrioventricular valves in the heart to muscles in the ventricles.
Pouch located at the junction between the small and large intestines; the appendix projects off of it.
________ artery - These vessels ascend on either side of the neck and divide into 'internal' and 'external' varieties of the same artery to supply blood to the head and neck.
________ vein - Found in the upper arm; this is one of the vessels which returns blood from the forearm and hand.
Smallest vessels found in the body with walls one cell thick through which substances can pass such as water, oxygen and carbon dioxide.
Part of the lymphatic system; this is a small dilated sac into which lymph flows from the abdominal organs.
Common name for the structure otherwise known as the zygoma.
The lower, narrow area of the uterus which joins the top of the vagina to allow the passage of certain bodily fluids and dilates during childbirth.
Commonly known as the heelbone, it is the largest bone in the foot.
Major and minor forms of these are found in the kidneys through which urine passes.
Each human should develop two of these teeth on the upper and lower jaw; they are generally the longest and largest teeth in the mouth used for holding and tearing food.
The largest of the carpal bones located in the centre of the wrist.
Hollow, spiral-shaped structure in the inner ear; it's chambers are filled with fluid and hair cells which sense vibrations.
________ ligament - These structures are found as a pair arranged like a cross and connect the femur to the tibia in the knee joints.
________ cartilage - In the neck, this is the only complete ring of cartilage around the windpipe.
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