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BIO 201 First Lab

Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Exam #1

TermDefinition
Head Cephalic
Face Facial
Neck Cervical
Forehead Frontal
Eye Orbital or Ocular
Ear Otic
Cheek Buccal
Nose Nasal
Mouth Oral
Chin Mental
Arm Pit Axillary
Arm Brachial
Wrist Carpal
Forearm Antebrachial
Front of Elbow Cubital or Antecubital
Palm Metacarpal
Hand Manual
Toes Digital or Phalangeal
Fingers Digital or Phalangeal
Anterior Surface of Hand Palmar
Top Surface of Hand Dorsal
Back of Elbow Olecranal
Chest Thoracic
Breast Mammary
Navel Umbilical
Groin Inguinal
Pubis Pubic
Back Dorsal
Loin Lumbar
Buttock Gluteal
Thigh Femoral
Front of Knee Patellar
Leg Crural
Hip Coxal
Ankle Tarsal
Foot Pedal
Hallow Behind Knee Popliteal
Calf Sural
Sole of Foot Plantar
Heel of Foot Calcaneal
Anatomical Position Body & Head erect, arms at side, palms forward (supinate)
Closer to head Superior (Cranial or Cephalic)
Closer to Foot Inferior (Caudal)
Front of Patient Anterior (Ventral)
Back of Patient Posterior (Dorsal)
Toward Midline of Body Medial (Mesial)
Away from Midline of Body Lateral
Nearest Trunk of Body or Point of Origin of Structure Proximal
Farthest from trunk of Body or Point of Origin of Structure Distal
External Superficial
Internal Deep
Patient's Direction Right-Left
Divides into left - right parts Sagital
Divides into front - back parts Coronal (Frontal)
Divides into top and bottom Transverse (Horizontal)
Angular Section Oblique
Cranial & Spinal Closed Cavaties Dorsal
Ventral Closed Cavaties Thoracic & Abdominopelvic (Abdominal & Pelvic)
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