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Body Habitus/Regions

Body Habitus/Quadrants/RegionsAnswers
Name the 3 superior body regions. Right Hypochondrium, Epigastrium, Left Hypochondrium
Name the 3 middle body regions Right Lateral, Umbilical, Left Lateral
Name the 3 inferior body regions. Right Inguinal, Hypogastrium, Left Inguinal
What organs are found in the Right Hypochondrium region? Gallbladder, Liver
What organs are found in the Left Hypochondrium region? Spleen, Stomach
What organs are found in the Right Inguinal region? Appendix
What organs are found in the Hypogastrium region? Bladder, Rectum
What conditions are likely in the Left Inguinal region? Gas pains
What conditions can occur in the Epigastrium region? Heartburn, Ulcer
What organs can be found in the Right Lateral Region? Ascending colon, Kidney
What organs can be found in the Left Lateral Region? Descending colon, Kidney
Name the 4 Quadrants. Left Upper Quandrant, Left Lower Quandrant, Right Lower Quadrant, Right Upper Quadrant
What organs are in the LUQ? Stomach, Spleen, Pancreas
What organs are located in the RLQ? Appendix, Cecum, Colon
What organs are located in the RUQ? Gallbladder, Liver, Intestines, Kidney
What organs can be found in the LLQ? Descending colon, Intestines
Name the 4 types of Body Habitus. Asthenic, Hypersthenic, Hyposthenic, and Sthenic
Which body habitus has the highest rate of occurrence? Sthenic at 50%.
Which body habitus has the lowest rate of occurrence? Hypersthenic at 5%
Which body habitus belongs to frail individuals? Asthenic
Asthenic Body Habitus occurs about ___% 10%
Which body habitus is the most difficult to classify? Hyposthenic
This body habitus represents 10% of the population, gallbladder is low and nearer the midline, stomach is low and medial. This is the ________ body habitus. Asthenic
Define body habitus. Common variations in the shape of the human body.
Body habitus affects the location of which organs? Gallbladder, Stomach, Heart, Lungs, Diaphragm
In which body habitus is the heart nearly vertical at midline? Asthenic
Which body habitus represents 10% of the population, the gallbladder is low and nearer to midline and the stomach is low and medial? Asthenic
Which body habitus representing 5% of the population, has a high gallbladder, and a high, transverse stomach? Hypersthenic
What is the percentage of occurrence for hyposthenic body habitus? 35%
What is the stomach and gallbladder position for sthenic? Stomach: high/upper left; Gallbladder: center on right
What is the stomach and gallbladder position for asthenic? Stomach: Low/medial; Gallbladder: low/near midline
What is the stomach and gallbladder position for hypersthenic? Stomach: High/transverse/in middle; Gallbladder: High & outside
Sthenic organ placement. Stomach: high & left; colon: even spread; GB: centered right side
Hyposthenic organ placement. No change.
Asthenic organ placement. Stomach: low & medial in pelvis; colon: low; GB: Low & near midline
Hypersthenic organ placement. Stomach: High & middle; Colon: frames abdomen; GB: High & outside.
Created by: rad1958tech on 2007-07-17



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