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Trouble with placing organ structures in order

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Trouble with placing organ structures in order

Postby R1391 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 4:28 pm

Hey there all, new to the forums

Just started a Nursing course at university and having trouble find the order of certain in which certain systems work.

Ive had a look in my books and online and cant find a direct answer.

seach of a website that clearly states the order of organs

for example

Identify the organs of the digestive system and place them in order

pharnyx
anal
Caecum
Rectum
Hepatic flexure

etc..


i mean the long lists of orders are hard to find let alone remember. I tend to remeber things if there are properly or clearly listed. Instead of reading through masses of content.

So anyone got a site that would help me with these sorts of questions?

Thanks
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Postby canalon » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:34 pm

Any anatomical table would show the right order. They would probably not be listed, because a picture is usually bringing more information at the same time.
As for remembering, just look at the picture, knowing which pat of your body is the larynx will help you put it in the correct spot. Obviously most people larynx is located before their anus. Unless they are speaking through their a*s of course...
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