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Chapter 1 Dr. Jolley


Name System consisting of skin, hair and nails? INTEGUMENTARY
Name the system involved in the breakdown and absorption of nutrients? DIGESTIVE
Name the system that produces immune cells? LYMPHATIC
Name the system that has key role in blood formation? SKELITAL
A Sagittal plane divides what? The body lengthwise into left and right sides
A Transverse Plane divides what? The body horizontally into upper (superior) and lower (inferior) portions
A Frontal Plane divides what? The body lengthwise into anterior and posterior portions
Axillary = ? Armpit
Brachial = ? Upper Arm
Buccal = ? Cheek
Oral = ? mouth
Vertebral = ? Spine
Cervical = ? Neck
Digital = ? Fingers
Facial = ? Face
Deltoid = ? Shoulder
Femoral = ? Thigh
Frontal = ? forehead
Pedal = ? Foot
Carpal = ? Wrist
Antecubital = ? Front of elbow
Tarsal = ? Ankle
Inguinal = ? Front of hip joint (NOT GROIN)
Cephalic = ? Head
Mammary = ? Breast
Nasal = ? Nose
Palmar (Volar) = ? Palm
Orbital = ? Eye
Umbilical = ? Belly button
Patellar = ? Knee cap
Pectoral Chest
Sternal = ? Sternum
Pelvic = ? Pelvis
Abdominal = ? ABDOMINAL
Plantar = ? Sole of foot
Popliteal = ? Back of knee
Sacral = ? Sacrum
Perineal = ? Pelvic floor
Scapular = ? Shoulder Blade
Occipital Back of head
Lumbar = ? Lower back
Calcaneal = ? Heel
Gluteal = ? Buttocks
Crainal = ? Surrounding brain
Cells - Smallest _________ Unit Living
Tissue - Group of ________ with _________ structure and function. Cells, Similar
Organs - Group of _____________ that work together to perform a specific function Tissues
What is located in the Right Hypochrondriac Region? Liver, gallbladder, Right kidney
What is located in the Epigastric Region? Stomach, Liver, Pancreas, left and right kidney
What is located in the Hypochrondriac region? Stomach, liver (tip), left kidney, spleen
What is located in the Right lumbar Region? Liver (tip) small intestines, ascending colon, right kidney
What is located in the Umbilical Region? Stomach, pancreas, small intestines, transverse colon
What is located in the Left lumbar region? Small intestines, descending colon, left kidney
What is located in the Right iliac region? Small intestines, appendix, cecum and ascending colon
What is located in the Hypogastric Region? small intestines, sigmoid colon, bladder
What is located in the left iliac region? small intestines, descending colon, sigmoid colon
Hemostasis is ? The body in balance
Atoms and Compounds Chemical
Pathophysiology Study of disease function
Superior Above/Higher
Inferior Below/Lower
Anterior Toward front
Posterior Towards back
Ventral Anterior toward front
Dorsal Posterior Towards back
Medial Toward midline/middle
Lateral Away from the midline, to side
Internal Within, interior to
External Outside, exterior to
Superfical toward the surface of
Deep Within, interior to
Central center, main part
Peripheral away from the center
Proximal Closest to point of origin
Distal Farthest from the point of origin
Parietal Pertaining to wall of a cavity
Visceral Pertaining to organs within cavity
Imaginary flat surface that separates two portions Plane
Set Point or Point of Range Normal range for the body
Positive feedback Enhancement of a function
Negative feedback Reversal of a function
Created by: Stacey Mayo