A&P 1: The Spring '05 Anatomy & Physiology Club - page 41

Ok, no one has started this yet, so I guess I will. I start A&P I on January 18th, lab and lecture. Here are a few good websites I have found...some are basic, some may be more indepth than your... Read More

  1. by   LKG6
    Quote from Fun2Care
    I took the lecture test over bones, joints, muscle tissue and nervous tissue this morning.

    Out of 80 mutiple choice, I got 70 correct. There were two short answer questions worth 10 points, and of course I don't know the grades on those yet.
    Wow, you had a test over all these? I have to take lecture tests separately over bones, muscles and nervous system though each has at least 40 questions.
  2. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Quote from LKG6
    Wow, you had a test over all these? I have to take lecture tests separately over bones, muscles and nervous system though each has at least 40 questions.

    Yep, it covered all of that. LUCKILY, there are only 80 questions, but the instructor has been doing this for at least 15 years. He has had time to pick the hardest information to test on, and the trickiest way to ask about them. lol
  3. by   luvmypatients
    TOMORROW IS MY LAST DAY OF A&P I, YIPEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    :yeahthat:

    On to A&P II starting May 2nd.
  4. by   BoonersmomRN
    Wow congrats!

    I wish tomorrow was my last day of A+P ha ha ha.

    We have 1 month left and are having 1 more lab exam ( skeletal/muscle). 2 more lecture tests ( PNS+ANS+Special Senses)+ ( Endocrine/Skeletal)..and our comprehensive final + muscular system.

    It's going to be a busy month!

    Good luck in A+P II!
  5. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Our semester officially ends on May 12th, but the optional final is May 10th. The last lab exam over the nervous systerm will be May 5th, and the last lecture exam over the CNS, PNS, and Special Senses runs from May 5th - May 10th.

    So, I have those two exams, plus 2 exams over 14 chapters (7 each) due by May 7th ind Developmental Psychology. Yep.....busy time!!!!

    Good luck to everyone in finishing this semester, and those yet to come!

    Quote from BoonersMom
    Wow congrats!

    I wish tomorrow was my last day of A+P ha ha ha.

    We have 1 month left and are having 1 more lab exam ( skeletal/muscle). 2 more lecture tests ( PNS+ANS+Special Senses)+ ( Endocrine/Skeletal)..and our comprehensive final + muscular system.

    It's going to be a busy month!

    Good luck in A+P II!
  6. by   nursestudentin05
    Girls, help!
    I am so confused with peripheral nerves. My book is awfly complicated. I am looking for a list of names, innervations and functions of peripheral nerves. I am trying to make a list, but it doesn't make any sense
    Any websites you would recommend?
    Thanks
  7. by   BoonersmomRN
    i don't know how deep yours goes. these are the ones we touched on


    cervical plexus

    phrenic : motor/sensory to diaphram

    brachial plexus

    radial : motor to posterior arm/extensors ( triceps bracii), wrist extensors, supination, and thumb abduction

    sensory from posterior arm



    ulnar : motor to flexor muscles of anterior forearm, intrinsic muscles of the hand

    sensory from medial 1/3 of hand ( anterior and posterior)


    medial: motor to flexor muscles of forearm

    sensory from skin on lateral 2/3 of hand


    axillary: motor to deltoid and teres minor

    sensory from skin of the shoulder region


    musculocutaneous : motor to flexor muscles of arm ( biceps brachii, brachialis)

    sensory from anterolateral forearm

    lumbar plexus

    femoral : motor to anterior muscles of thigh flexion and knee extension, quadriceps femoris

    sensory from medial leg and foot, anterior thigh




    obtrurator: motor to thigh abbductors

    sensory from skin of medial thigh

    sacral plexus


    sciatic ( tibial and common fibular)

    tibial: motor to posterior thigh, leg and foot, hamstrings( except short head of biceps femoris)

    sensory from skin of posterior leg and foot

    common fibular: motor to short head of biceps femoris, lateral leg, anterior foot

    sensory from skin of anterior leg and foot

    superior gluteal nerve: motor to gluteus medius

    inferior gluteal nerve: motor to gluteal maximus





    i hope this helps maybe a little?
  8. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    WOW!! Thanks BoonersMom....I hope that helps me too. It sure looks educational! lol

    OK........

    I got my 2nd (of 3) lab grade back.

    I made a 96, set the curve, so I got another 100!!! :hatparty: :hatparty: :hatparty:


    So far, my grades are: 100, 100, 100! yeah!!!!

    Hopefully, Tuesday we'll get out 2nd (out of 3) lecture test grade back.

    THE LAST MONTH HEAT IS ON.......GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!!
  9. by   nursestudentin05
    Thank you so much, we are covering just those that you posted
    Thanks again
    I have 4 more anatomy classes and 2 finals. Woo hoo! :hatparty:
  10. by   nursestudentin05
    Hey, Fun, that is awesome! I will have a B, if I don't mess up the final
  11. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Quote from nursestudentin05
    Hey, Fun, that is awesome! I will have a B, if I don't mess up the final
    Thanks, and good luck on the final!!
  12. by   BoonersmomRN
    CONGRATS FUN!

    We took our lab quiz today- it was only 5 questions for extra credit and I only got a 3. I reversed one side of the ox coxae (I said right- it was left) because when I looked at the skeleton I didn't even bother to see which direction it was facing HA HA HA!!!!!! I felt like such a "bone head" later on. The other one I got wrong was yet another dumb mistake....but it's not a big deal because they are just for extra credit for our next test....we will have another quiz worth 5 extra points next week and then the WHAMMY lab test!
  13. by   LKG6
    Quote from Fun2Care
    I made a 96, set the curve, so I got another 100!!! :hatparty: :hatparty: :hatparty:


    So far, my grades are: 100, 100, 100! yeah!!!!
    Congrats Fun2Care!

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