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Directional Terms

Flashcards for Directional Terms Quiz

Anatomy is the study of the human body concerned with the _______________ of a part. structure
Which is more proximal, the wrist or the elbow? Elbow
Which is more lateral, your nose or your ears? Ears
Anatomical position is described as ____________ Standing upright AND arms at the side with palms facing forward
Which is more superficial, the tortilla or the cheese in a quesadilla? Tortilla
Physiology is the study of the human body concerned with the ________________ of a part function
Which is more prone, sleeping on your spine or on your belly button? Belly button
Which is on the anterior side of the school, the Pribipal's office or the track field? Principle's Office
Which is more distal, your wrist or the sholder? Wrist
Which is more medial relative to the front of the room, the projector in the room or the windows? Projector
Which is more superior, breastbone or your hip bones? Breastbone
Which is more deep, the seats of a car or the paint on the car? Seats
In which case is your body more supine, doing push-ups or sit-ups? Sit-ups
Which is more posterior/dorsal, the knees or heels? Heels
Which is more inferior relative to your eyes, the nose or the teeth? Teeth
Created by: natalie.connolly



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