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The arteries push blood away from the heart, veins bring blood to the heart. The blood that flows from the right ventricle to the lungs to the left atrium is known as the pulmonary circuit. The blood goes from being deoxygenated to oxygenated. The blood that flows from the left ventricle to the tissues to the right atrium is known as the systemic circuit. This is oxygenated blood getting used by the tissues becoming deoxygenated. De-oxygenated blood is on the right side of the heart whereas oxygenated blood is on the left side of the heart.

Contributed by Kristina Noto

There are about 14-15 steps, we start with the Superior Vena Cava (SVC)/Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) and the coronary sinus. Steps: 1.SVC/IVC/Coronary Sinus 2. Right Atrium 3. Right AV valve/Tricuspid Valve AV = atrioventricular 4. Right ventricle 5. Pulmonary Semilunar Valve (SLV) 6. Pulmonary Trunk 7. Pulmonary Arteries 8. Lungs 9. 4 Pulmonary Veins 10. left Atrium 11. Left AV valve/ Bicuspid/Mitral Valve 12. Left Ventricle 13. Aortic SLV (semilunar valve) 14. Ascending Aorta Then the blood goes out the aorta.

Contributed by Kristina Noto

Heart Dissection

Sheep hearts are super cool

Contributed by Kristina Noto

We're about to start the nervous system in my anatomy class, and it's incredibly complex. These videos are a great place to start!

Contributed by Rachel Peterson

This video gives a very helpful description of the neck muscles!

Contributed by Rachel Peterson

I Love Anatomy

This is accurate.

Contributed by Adam Trujillo

Carpals: (Split after first four; thumb/lateral to pinky/medial) Stop- Scaphoid Letting- Lunate Those- Triquetrum People- Pisiform Touch- Trapezium The- Trapezoid Cadaver's- Capitate Hand- Hamate

Contributed by Rachel Peterson

Five weeks into my Anatomy course, and there's already been a ton of information to are some mnemonics that often don't make sense, but have helped me learn! Layers of the Epidermis: (stratum) Be -Basale Sure -Spinosum Good- Granulosum Luck- Lucidum Comes- Corneum Bones of the Orbit: (the weirdest one, but it works!) Zits- Zygomatic Easily - Ethmoid Prove- Palatine Sam- Sphenoid Loves- Lacrimal Mary's- Maxilla Fudge- Frontal 12 Cranial Nerves: Oh- Olfactory Oh- Optic Oh- Oculomotor To- Trochlear Touch- Trigeminal (ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular divisions) And- Abducens Feel- Facial Very- Vestibulocochlear Good- Glossopharyngeal Velvet- Vagus And- Accessory Heaven- Hypoglossal

Contributed by Rachel Peterson

As children of God, we are His greatest creation. "Anyone who studies the workings of the human body has surely seen God moving in His majesty and power." -Elder Russell M. Nelson

Contributed by Kason Heaton

A map of what's under the skin.

Contributed by Keri Potter

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