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Anatomy. The Lower Leg and Foot . Why Study Anatomy ??. Increase knowledge of the body systems and how it relates to salon services. Improves performance for better services, with a understanding of muscles and bones. Helps recognize changes from the norm. Five Tissues of the Body .

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Anatomy

Anatomy

The Lower Leg and Foot


Why study anatomy
Why Study Anatomy ??

  • Increase knowledge of the body systems and how it relates to salon services.

  • Improves performance for better services, with a understanding of muscles and bones.

  • Helps recognize changes from the norm.


Five tissues of the body
Five Tissues of the Body

  • Connective Tissue- provides protection, support and binds other tissues of the body together.

  • Epithelial Tissue- protects body surfaces. The top layer of skin is epidermis. Lining of the heart and respiratory organs are included.


Cont tissues of the body
Cont. Tissues of the Body

  • Liquid Tissue- Hormones, blood, lymph and carries food and waste products through out the body.

  • Muscular Tissue – Moves and contracts body muscles.

  • Nerve Tissue- sends messages to and from the brain and controls body functions.


Connective tissue
Connective Tissue

  • Examples of connective tissues:

  • Bones

  • Cartilage

  • Tendons

  • Ligaments

  • Adipose (Fat tissue)


Epithelial tissues
Epithelial Tissues

  • Skin Layer (Surface)

  • Tissues are closely packed.

  • Flat cells

  • No blood vessels are present.

  • Replaces damaged cells.


Liquid tissues
Liquid Tissues

  • Carries food and nourishments to the body by way of blood and lymph.

  • Hormones and waste products are also carried by liquid tissue.


Muscular tissue
Muscular Tissue

  • Gives the body ability to contract and move.

  • Skeletal – (Voluntary Muscle)

  • Smooth - (Involuntary Muscle)

  • Cardiac - (Heart muscle)


Nerve tissue
Nerve Tissue

  • Composed of neurons

  • Send and receives messages from the brain

  • Coordinates and controls all body functions


Bones of the lower leg
Bones of the Lower Leg

  • Patella- Knee cap

  • Tibia- Larger of two bones below knee

  • Fibula-Smallest of two bones below knee

  • Tarsals-7 small bones of the foot, above metatarsals.

  • Phalanges-3 in each toe, two in the big toe


Work sited
Work Sited

  • Milady’s Standard 2008

  • Wikepedia.com

  • The Language of Medicine (Saunders)


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