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Anatomy Final-1

The region that contains the navel is the: -carpal region -anterior knee -umbilical region -orbital region -inguinal region umbilical region
In describing the relationship of the lungs to the heart: -lungs are lateral to the heart -lungs are cephalad to the heart -lungs are caudal to the heart -lungs are intermediate to the heart lungs are lateral to the heart
which of the following statements is true regarding the vertebral occipital, and buccal regions: -all of these regions are located dorsallu -only the occipital and buccal regions are located dorsally -only vertebral & occipital are located dorsally only the vertebral and occipital regions are located dorsally
blood cell formation is the function of the: -endocrine system -integumentary system -digestive system -skeletal system -nervous system skeletal system
the study of the structure and the shape of the body and body parts is called: -physiology -negative feedback -anatomy -irritability -homeostasis anatomy
Which of the following orientation terms have opposite meanings (in humans): -superficial and deep -medial and distal -lateral and distal -superficial and proximal -posterior and intermediate superficial and deep
Created by: nikki_nnguyen