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Anatomy....1

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What is Anatomy The field of study that describes the location, appearance and relationships of body parts.
What is Physiology? Explains the mechanisms that operate the body activities
Superior Above- my head is superior to my feet
Inferior Below
Anterior front
Posterior behind
Superficial closer to the core
Deep further from the core
Medial Middle my heart is medial to my lungs
Peripheral side
Isolateral same side
contralateral different sides
Dorsal back
Ventral stomach
prone face down
supine face up
Make a Transverse Cut ____________________________
make a mid-sagital cut !
Make a frontal or coronal cut /
Nose Nasal
Eye Orbital
Mouth Oral
cheek buccal
forehead Frontal
chin mental
cervical neck
point of shoulder acrominal
armpit xillary
abdomen abdominal
arm brachial
forearm antebrachial
pelvis pelvic
wrist carpal
thumb pollex
plam palmar
Finger digits
front of elbow antecubital
genital region pubic
anterior knee patellar
leg crural
ankle Tarsal
toes digital
breastbone sternal
chest Thoracic
breast mammary
navel umbillical
hip coxal
groin inguinal
thigh femoral
side leg fibular
great toe hallux
foot pedal
head cephalic
ear otic
baack of head or base of skull occipital
spinal column vertebra;
shoulder blade scapular
back of elbow cubital
loin (lower back) lumbar
between hips sacral
buttock gluteal
region b/w anus and external genitalia perineal
back of knee popliteal
calf sural
heal calcaneal
sole plantar
hand manual/manus
what is in the right hypochondraic region? Liver and the gallbladder, which is behind the liver
What is in the right lumbar region? The ascending colon...large intestine
what is in the lower iliac (inquinal) region? The appendix
what is in the epigastric region? Liver and stomach
What is in the umbilical Region transverse colon ( Large intestine, small intestine
what is in the hypogastric region? Urinary Bladder
is the Kidney anterior or to the intestines? posterior
What is the word for lungs? Pleural
Name two organs in thoraxic cavity aside from heart and lungs? Trachea and esophagus
What divides the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities Diaphragm
Name two organs in the abdominopelvic cavities stomach and spleen
Cavaties: C Vanessa throw Diggy Across A Plane Cranial:Contains the brain Vertebral:spinal cord and beginning of spinal nerves Thoracic:Chest cavity that contains the Pleural and pericardial and mediastinum Diaphragm: Abdominopelvic:subdivided into Abdominal and Pelvic cavities Abdominal:Conatins
Viscera Organ
2 major divisions of the body Axial and Appendicular
Axial 2 divisions: Dorsal and Ventral
Dorsal 2 parts:Cranial( Brain) vertebral (spine COrd)
Ventral Thoracic and Abdominopelvic
Thoracic Divides into three parts: Pleural, Mediastinum , Pericardial
PleuralCaity cavity around the lungs
Mediastinum Cavity central portion of the thoracic cavity between the lungs
Pericardial Cavity Cavity that surrounds the heart
AbdominalPelvic divides into 2: Abdominal and Pelvic
Abdominal Cavity Stomach, Pancreas, Spleen, Liver, Kidneys
Pelvic Cavity Bladder, colon, reproductive organs
Visceral Pericardial On the heart
Visceral Pleural on the lungs
Visceral Peritoneal on the organs (Stomach, Liver)
Parietal Pericardial Heart Cavity
Parietal Pleural Lung Cavity
Parietal Peritoneal Abdominopelvic cavity
Created by: pmfrazier