January 1, 2012 1:06 am at 1:06 am #601417
If anyone has any questions about gross anatomy, I’m your man.January 1, 2012 1:09 am at 1:09 am #844244
do you mean anatomy that is gross/disgusting or you are a buki in anatomy of the human body?January 1, 2012 1:11 am at 1:11 am #844245popa_bar_abbaParticipant
Where does the opthalmic artery pass to exit the skullJanuary 1, 2012 1:14 am at 1:14 am #844246
do you mean anatomy that is gross/disgusting or you are a buki in anatomy of the human body?
Some people may find it gross, but I mean anatomy of the human body.January 1, 2012 1:14 am at 1:14 am #844247
pba, the eye socket to the eyeball?January 1, 2012 1:17 am at 1:17 am #844248
Where does the opthalamic artery pass to exit the skull
That’s actually a good question and one that confuses people. The opthalmic artery does not run with the opthalmic vein, so don’t get confused. The artery runs together with the opthalmic nerve (Cranial nerve II), through the optic canal. In contrast, the opthalmic vein travels through the superior orbital fissure.January 1, 2012 1:19 am at 1:19 am #844249popa_bar_abbaParticipant
What is it called if when you curl your thumb, your forefinger must curl also? What causes it?
Is it bad to have that, and also own a gun?January 1, 2012 1:23 am at 1:23 am #844250
It’s called Lindberg-Comstock syndrome – it is caused when the tendons of your first and second phalanges are abnormally connected. It is not bad that you have it, it just means you are abnormal.January 1, 2012 1:28 am at 1:28 am #844251HaLeiViParticipant
What does the Gemara mean by Shurayna D’eina Beliba Talya?January 1, 2012 1:31 am at 1:31 am #844252HanhookahMember
TR0LOL0L….Happy New YearsJanuary 1, 2012 1:34 am at 1:34 am #844253cinderellaParticipant
What and where is the lexicogal nerve?January 1, 2012 1:42 am at 1:42 am #844254
What and where is the lexicogal nerve?
I haven’t heard of such a nerve. If you have a serious question, I’d be happy to answer. No need to thank me, no problem at all.January 1, 2012 1:44 am at 1:44 am #844255real-briskerMember
Hanhookah – Did you mean Troll?January 1, 2012 2:01 am at 2:01 am #844256chocandpatienceMember
now, now, real-brisker. Don’t get paranoid.
Tro11 has been around a long time. He has explained once that his name is Tro, not Troll.January 1, 2012 2:28 am at 2:28 am #844257
chocandpatience – thanks for backing me up. People are so quick to judge.January 1, 2012 2:35 am at 2:35 am #844258Ragachovers AssistantMember
TRO11, could you please shed light on the following:
I once read the following story. About a hundred and fifty years ago, a discovery was made about a certain vein in the brain that assists with memory.
When told to this great Chassidic Rebbi, he said that it’s already mentioned in the Zohar, as follows:
That there is a certain vein in the brain that when it’s in an upwards position it assist in remembering. That is why when people try to remember something they instinctively lift their head upwards. On the other hand when trying to concentrate one, instinctively bends his head down.
Does this vein ring a bell?January 1, 2012 3:23 am at 3:23 am #844259cinderellaParticipant
tro11- You haven’t heard of it because I made it up. Just testing…January 1, 2012 3:47 am at 3:47 am #844260
Tro- How do we know youre not just googling for the answers?
To test you further- What is A Purkinje Cell?January 1, 2012 3:49 am at 3:49 am #844261
are purjunke cells related to the purjunke fibers of conduction in the heart?January 1, 2012 4:09 am at 4:09 am #844262real-briskerMember
choc – I wasn’t referimg to tro11, I was refering to Hanhookah’s post “TROLORLO…” By asking if Hanhookah is a troll, as another member pointed out in different thread.January 1, 2012 5:42 am at 5:42 am #844263
Yentingyenta- Yep!January 1, 2012 6:02 am at 6:02 am #844264
i guess purjinke cells are the cells that make up the purjinke fibers which conduct electric impulses from the bundle branches that came from the AV node which came from the SA nodeJanuary 1, 2012 7:04 am at 7:04 am #844265chocandpatienceMember
r-b. Then it’s me getting paranoid.
I apologise.January 1, 2012 11:53 am at 11:53 am #844266
It’s Purkinje. Not Purjinke and not Purkunje or Purjunke.
I lived in the hometown of Dr Purkinje in the Czech Republic for a year while studying there.January 1, 2012 6:28 pm at 6:28 pm #844267
toomuch00- I don’t believe the purkinje fibers in the heart are made of cells called purkinje cells. You are probably referring to the purkinje cells in the cerebellar cortex.January 1, 2012 9:56 pm at 9:56 pm #844268
In the heart, from the AV node the commands spread through the ventricles along a branching system of conducting fibers- called Purkinje cells.January 1, 2012 9:59 pm at 9:59 pm #844269
purjinke fibers, not cellsJanuary 1, 2012 10:09 pm at 10:09 pm #844270WolfishMusingsParticipant
Why would I want to know about the anatomy of 144?
The WolfJanuary 2, 2012 2:59 am at 2:59 am #844271
I hate anatomy. And I’ve taken it about 4 times. No silly, I didn’t fail. Three times part of programs and once as stand alone as A&P in college. Now Micro I’ve only taken 3 times. Twice as part of programs and once by itself in college.January 2, 2012 3:01 am at 3:01 am #844272
Here is the Number one trivia question in Anatomy -what bone is Not attached to any other bone?January 2, 2012 3:09 am at 3:09 am #844273
sesemoid bones. the patella in the knee and the hyoid bone in the throatJanuary 2, 2012 3:11 am at 3:11 am #844274yoyaMember
health – the hyoid bone of course!January 2, 2012 3:29 am at 3:29 am #844275
What did they recently discover the tissue from the inside of the Appendix can sometimes be useful for?January 2, 2012 4:29 am at 4:29 am #844276
toomuch00 -Something to do with Immunity. Similar to Peyer’s patches in the sm. intestine.January 2, 2012 4:32 am at 4:32 am #844277
Health- yep. May also help restock “good” bacteria in the intestines after theyre flushed out. (Severe diarrhea)January 2, 2012 4:34 am at 4:34 am #844278
isn’t one of the theories that the appendix holds stores of normal intestinal flora/microbiota so it can be replenished if the normal flora of the intestines is wiped out? (ie after abx?)January 2, 2012 6:24 am at 6:24 am #844280
Hmmm trivia eh? Ok, what are the smallest muscles of ventilation?January 2, 2012 1:43 pm at 1:43 pm #844281nitpickerParticipant
I want to know if the pancreatic and bile ducts are connected to each other or do they enter the duodenum separately.
( I have gotten different answers to this)January 2, 2012 2:26 pm at 2:26 pm #844282
according to my book, the pancreatic duct and the bile duct meet at the major duodenal papilla. to quote the text “the bile duct… and the pancreatic duct… unite at the wall of the duodenum via the volcano shaped major duodenal papilla.” the diagram shows them as 2 dif pipes that meet at one place
smallest muscle of ventilation, ie of the resp system, i’m thinking either the trachealis muscle or the intercostals?. e/t in the larynx (all small stuff) is cartilage so those are disqualifiedJanuary 2, 2012 2:29 pm at 2:29 pm #844283thecuriousoneMember
I can help you out with that- the pancreatic duct and the common bile duct enter the duodenum together, through the ampulla of Vater.January 2, 2012 4:07 pm at 4:07 pm #844284yichusdikParticipant
Just peeked in on this. Wolf, I don’t think anyone else got the gross reference. For all of you who didn’t, one gross = 12*12=144.January 2, 2012 4:26 pm at 4:26 pm #844285
Ctrl Alt Del -They could use you for a pithing experiment on all human organs because how else are you alive?January 2, 2012 4:30 pm at 4:30 pm #844286
nitpicker -You can come pick my nits anytime 🙂
“I want to know if the pancreatic and bile ducts are connected to each other or do they enter the duodenum separately.
( I have gotten different answers to this)”
Just curious -where in the world would they enter if it was separately?January 2, 2012 4:36 pm at 4:36 pm #844287
Nitpicker, there is variation. Commonly, they enter together at the major papilla, but they can also enter separately, or one can enter the other before they enter the duodenum.January 2, 2012 8:22 pm at 8:22 pm #844288
Good word health, Sid you find it in your medic textbook or did you google ut? Either way you used it in the wrong context. Did my trivia question scare you since you couldn’t google it? Your flippant attitude gives you away at every turn. I will be nice to you since it’s pretty clear no 1 else in your life has. The answer is both the posterior and anterior dilator naris muscles. I’ll let you figure out how they are the smallest muscles of ventilation, if you can. Now, why don’t you go back to being an ambulance driver?January 2, 2012 8:53 pm at 8:53 pm #844289nitpickerParticipant
thank you troll I, remember now that that is exactly what I was told.January 3, 2012 12:43 am at 12:43 am #844290
CAD, just out of curiosity, what is the significance of the A/P dilator naris? what do they do? Wikipedia doesn’t sayJanuary 3, 2012 3:25 am at 3:25 am #844291
Ctrl Alt Del -“Good word health, Sid you find it in your medic textbook or did you google ut? Either way you used it in the wrong context.”
Oh, I used it in the right context. There is no connection from your organs to the top. Something you don’t understand?
“Did my trivia question scare you since you couldn’t google it?”
I wouldn’t answer any of Your questions. Your the last person in the world I would want to prove anything to!
“Your flippant attitude gives you away at every turn. I will be nice to you since it’s pretty clear no 1 else in your life has.”
My attitude? You’re the one that’s been cursing me out for umteen years. Did you ever hear of the expression of Kol Haposel B’mumo Posel?
“Now, why don’t you go back to being an ambulance driver?”
Sounds like a great idea, but since I don’t know where you work – I can’t. Because Ch’vs I might end up bringing a pt. to your hospital and they would end up under your care. I couldn’t possibly do this to another human being!January 3, 2012 4:08 am at 4:08 am #844292
When a patient is in respiratory distress, the dilator naris widens the nostrils to facilitate air flow it is considered an accessory respiratory muscle. Its what is commonly called “nasal flaring”. Now as far as health is concerned : you are basically a 2 bit hack. With neither knowledge of medicine nor vocabulary. You are a great pretender but when You are put to the test you fail miserably. No amount of protestation on your part is going to change the facts. By the way you are still misusing the word pithing. Do us all a favor finish paramedic school first then come to discuss medical issues in this forum. As far as proving something to me of course you don’t have to. But now that you have not and have declined publicly, I am sure the rest of the cr is very interested in why you could not answer a simple question that is not googleable. Good night, doctor Google CutandpasteJanuary 3, 2012 4:25 am at 4:25 am #844293
Oh gosh don’t talk to me about nasal flaring (or grunting). Thats all I heard about for like 25% of my semester. Thanx for the answer though. That’s really interesting. We learned accessory muscles to be the supra and subcostals, and intercostal retractions for respiratory distress. Do adults have nasal flaring too or just neonates/NB’s?
(sorry if I ask too many q’s. I s//t’a do that)
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