Trivia anatomy question... (mnemonics)

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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by Samantha » Tue Apr 12, 2005 12:53 pm

Thanks for clearing that up, Greatkat2. I was going crazy thinking that the disks had names, too! <br><br>Here's one. This is how a German might sound if he tries to say "That's right" in English:   Dess ieit!<br><br>(Take a big breath before you try to solve this one)<br><br>~Samantha :)

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Post by nybor7 » Tue Apr 12, 2005 5:53 pm

Been bathing and reciting That's Right......comin' up with nothing.<br><br>...........................
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Post by Talenyn » Wed Apr 13, 2005 1:15 am

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<br><br>But I learned it as:<br><br>Some Say Marry Money But My Brother Says Bad Business Marry Money.<br><br><br>I like the other better! <br>
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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by Samantha » Wed Apr 13, 2005 3:31 am

Shiney Red Tomatoes and Shiney Green Tomatoes?
<br>Robyn, I give up. What is the answer to this one?<br><br>~ Samantha

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Post by Pandoras_Gift » Wed Apr 13, 2005 4:48 am

ok, I have one... <br><br>Silly Gooses Toes
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Post by nybor7 » Wed Apr 13, 2005 12:02 pm

Robyn, I give up. What is the answer to this one?

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Samantha,

I have  feeling it is the same as Muriels....
(well the green tomato one)

I'm gonna make you hang a while....you'll get it.

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Post by theragirl » Wed Apr 13, 2005 1:34 pm

Hey some of those are really great. Heres mine Some lovers try positions that they can't handle. :D
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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by StressSolutions » Fri Apr 15, 2005 3:51 am

I need to go back to school, a good one.  We only learned SITS.  None of this other stuff. <br><br> Nerves?  We learned not one nerve.  I need a refund!

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Post by nybor7 » Fri Apr 15, 2005 1:43 pm

I need to go back to school, a good one.  We only learned SITS.  None of this other stuff.

Nerves?  We learned not one nerve.  I need a refund!
Oh c'mon Mick, not one?

Not even the three possibilities of piriformis in relation to the Sciatic nerve?

Radial.....Ulnar?...How the heck did they talk about the "funny bone" feeling.....

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Post by Pandoras_Gift » Fri Apr 15, 2005 4:49 pm

Honestly, in my school they didn't teach nerves at all!  Fortunately I have an extensive anatomy background before I went to massage school, I studied gross anatomy and neuroscience when I was in PT school before I switched over.  So I used them in my discussions, but they were seriously lacking.  They discussed the Brachial Plexus and Lumbo-sacral Plexus but didn't say much more than that is where all the nerves for the upper or lower body come out of the spinal cord.  Oh, and they brushed on it for endangerment sites...  That is something that should be taught everywhere, and if I ever go back and teach, no matter what class it is, I will somehow integrate it.  
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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by LaLoba » Sun Apr 17, 2005 1:09 am

How about Shiney Red Tomatoes and Shiney Green Tomatoes?
These are great, but I am stuck on this one.

I think Shiney Green Tomatoes is the same as Silly Goose Toes which are the three muscle attachments that form the Pes Anserinus (pes=foot) (anserinus = goose).

Medial attachments of tendons on the proximal tibia.

Sartorious
Gracillis
Semitendinosus (T) to distinguish from semimembranosus)

So what are the shiney red tomatoes?!?!?

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Post by reneeb » Sun Apr 17, 2005 5:01 am

What about....<br><br>Lucy Pretends Her Lexus Goes Speeding Straight Through Kansas, Later, Something Inside Blows<br><br><br>Good Luck (its a hard one)  <br><br>Renee

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Post by nybor7 » Sun Apr 17, 2005 7:42 am

These are great, but I am stuck on this one.

I think Shiney Green Tomatoes is the same as Silly Goose Toes which are the three muscle attachments that form the Pes Anserinus (pes=foot) (anserinus = goose).

Medial attachments of tendons on the proximal tibia.

Sartorious
Gracillis
Semitendinosus (T) to distinguish from semimembranosus)

So what are the shiney red tomatoes?!?!?

LaLoba
You are correct on the first....

SRT are from when we were learning the leg. Sartorius, Rec Fem, and TFL.

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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by HUBUM » Fri May 06, 2005 2:42 am

What about....

Lucy Pretends Her Lexus Goes Speeding Straight Through Kansas, Later, Something Inside Blows

Renee
Can't figure this one out, I'd love to know the answer!

Here's a new one:

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Post by Staggnant » Fri May 06, 2005 3:54 am

I think I may be using some of these in my classes when I start teaching next month... ;)

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Post by reneeb » Fri May 06, 2005 12:01 pm

Lucy Pretends Her Lexus Goes Speeding Straight Through Kansas, Later, Something Inside Blows<br><br><br>this would be for the Shu points in shiatsu<br><br>Lung                  Lucy<br>Pericardium       Pretends<br>Heart                 Her<br>Liver                  Lexus<br>Gall bladder       Goes<br>Spleen               Speeding<br>Stomach            Straight<br>Triple Heater      Through<br>Kidney                Kansas<br>(blank)                comma location<br>Large intestine   Later<br>(blank)                comma location<br>Small intestine    Something Inside<br>Bladder               Blows<br><br><br>I cant figure out an easy way to remember the Mu points...if anyone can help out with those, I'd be grateful<br><br>Renee

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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by M.T.I.T. » Tue Nov 22, 2005 12:46 pm

Samantha wrote:Aaah, I wasn't the first one with the cranial nerves answer.  I see that Palpable posted the correct answer while I was still writing my post.

Alrighty then, I'll answer Palpable and Texas-gal's trivia quesion: Send Larry, Tommy and Paul To The Cat House


(Actually, that's from Texas-gal's post. Palpable's is a racy version of the same thing

[drum roll] . . .And the answer is. . . .The carpal bones! Namely, scaphoid, lunate, triquetrium, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, and hamate.
(hope I was the first one with the answer this time :P)
For the carpal bones, our rhyme thing was: Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle :D

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Post by nybor7 » Tue Dec 06, 2005 3:03 pm

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Post by dragonfly » Thu Mar 23, 2006 1:45 pm

Shiny Green Tomatoes:

Sartorius, Gracilis, SemiTendinous

Shiny Red Tomatoes:

Sartorius, Rectus Femoris, TFL


Thanks, SSMT!

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Post by ~tranquilitydoula~ » Wed May 17, 2006 7:01 am

nybor7 wrote:Please Leave Great Big Marks........<br>drumrollllllllllllllll...............................................<br><br>Pectineus<br>Longus<br>Gracilis<br>(adductor)Brevis<br>(adductor)Magnus<br><br>They are in order of attachment on the public bone.<br><br>Robyn<br>
Oh, I like this one better than ours. We learned Peanut Butter Lettuce Mayo Gross.

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Post by ~tranquilitydoula~ » Wed May 17, 2006 7:05 am

One of my classmates made up a cute little song for some of the muscles that act on the hip/thigh.

Song to the tune of 10 Little Indians:
1 Sartorious
2 Iliopsoas
3 hamstrings
4 quadraceps
5 adductors
6 lateral rotators
Those are the muscles of the thigh.

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Post by Grapeseed » Wed May 17, 2006 9:00 am

~tranquilitydoula~ wrote:One of my classmates made up a cute little song for some of the muscles that act on the hip/thigh.

Song to the tune of 10 Little Indians:
1 Sartorious
2 Iliopsoas
3 hamstrings
4 quadraceps
5 adductors
6 lateral rotators
Those are the muscles of the thigh.

I love it! Good way to remember it for sure. Cute too!

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Post by serenitytouch » Sun Jun 04, 2006 6:27 pm

I'm a little late but what about "I Love Sex".
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Post by docjones » Sun Jul 16, 2006 2:34 pm

Same as "I Love Spinach"......

namely the Erector Spinae Muscles i Iliocostalis, Longissimus, Spinalis.

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Re: Trivia anatomy question...

Post by tropicmom » Mon Jul 17, 2006 5:51 pm

nybor7 wrote:Please Leave Great Big Marks........<br>drumrollllllllllllllll...............................................<br><br>Pectineus<br>Longus<br>Gracilis<br>(adductor)Brevis<br>(adductor)Magnus<br><br>They are in order of attachment on the public bone.<br><br>Robyn<br>
We learned this one as Play Lots of Games Before Midnight

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