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Structural Levels of Organization

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Anatomy The study of the dtructure of an organism and the relationships of its parts.
Physiology study of the functions of living organisms and their parts.
Anatomical Position An erect or standing posture with the arms at the sides,the palms forward,head and feet also forward
Supine Body is lying face upward
Prone Body is lying face downward
Superior Above or upper
Inferior Lower or below
Anterior Front
Posterior Back
Vental Torward the belly (can also be used in place of anterior or dorsal)
Medial Torward the midline of the body
Lateral Torward the side of the body
Proximal Torward or nearest the trunk of the body, or nearest the point of origin of one of it's parts.
Distal Away from or farthest from the trunk or the point of origin of a body part.
Superficial nearer the surface
Deep Farther away from the midline
Sagittal It divides the body or any of its parts into right and left sides.
Frontal Divides the body in front and back portions
Transverse Divides the body or any of its parts into upper and lower portions.
Cranial Cavity The space inside the skull that contains the brain
Spinal Cavity Space inside the spinal column
Name the nine regions from left to right of the abdominopelvic cavity Right Hypochondriac, Epigastric, Left hypochondriac,Right lumbar, umbillical, left lumbar, right iliac, Hypogastric and left illiac
Homeostasis Constant internal environment
Antebrachial Forearm
Axillary Armpit
Brachial Arm
Buccal Cheek
Carpal Wrist
Cephalic Neck
cervical Skull
crural leg
Cubital Elbow
Cutaneous Skin
Digtal Fingers or toes
Facial face
Frontal Forehead
Nasal Nose
ORAL MOUTH
ORBITAL EYES
OPTHALMIC EYES
ZYGOMATIC UPPER CHEEK
FEMORAL THIGH
GLUTEAL BUTTOCK
INGUINAL GROIN
LUMBAR LOWER BACK BETWEEN RIBS AND PELVIS
MAMMARY BREAST
OCCIPITAL BACK OF LOWER SKULL
PALMAR PALM OF HAND
PEDAL FOOT
PELVIC LOWER PORTION OF TORSO
PERINEAL AREA(PERINEUM) BETWEEN ANAL AND GENITALS
PLANTAR SOLE OF FOOT
POPLITEAL AREA BEHIND KNEE
SUPRACLAVICULAR AREA ABOVE CLAVICLE
TARSAL ANKLE
TEMPORAL SIDE OF THE SKULL
THORACIC CHEST
UMBILLICAL AREA AROUND NAVEL OR UMBILICUS
VOLAR PALM OR SOLE
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