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CVTECH

CVTECH BASIC ANATOMY LINK 1

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The study of body structure Anatomy
The study of how the body functions physiology
1st level of body organization chemicals
2nd level of body organization cells
3rd level of body organization tissues
4th level of body organization organs
5th level of body organization system
Body system involved in circulation cardiovascular
Body system involved in circulation lymphatic
Included in the integumentary system skin
Included in the integumentary system hair
Included in the integumentary system nails
Included in the integumentary system sweat glands
Included in the integumentary system oil glands
Makes up the nervous system brain
Makes up the nervous system spinal cord
Makes up the nervous system nerves
All the organs in the endocrine system have this in common produce hormones
This body system is comprised of all organs involved in taking in nutrients and converting them into a form the body can use digestive system
This system transports blood to and from the body tissues cardiovascular
This body system is involved in protection, support and movement integumentary
This body system is involved in protection, support and movement skeletal
This body system is involved in protection, support and movement muscular
This system is responsible for ridding the body of waste products and excess water urinary
This system takes in air and conducts it to areas designed for gas exchange respiratory
This directional term means above or in a higher position superior
This directional term means nearer to the middle of the body medial
This plane divides the body into anterior and posterior parts frontal
This term means toward the belly or front of the body ventral
This term means toward the belly or front of the body anterior
This plane divides the body into superior and inferior parts transverse
This term is opposite of medial and means toward the side lateral
This term is opposite of superior and means below or lower inferior
This term means nearer to the back dorsal
This term means nearer to the back posterior
This term means nearer the origin of a structure proximal
This section of tissue cut like a banana to make small round slice cross-section
This plane divides the body into right and left parts sagittal
This term is opposite of proximal and means furthest from origin of a structure distal
How many main cavities of the body two
One of the main cavities of the body dorsal
One of the main cavities of the body ventral
This cavity is located in the dorsal cavity cranial
This cavity is located in the dorsal cavity spinal
This cavity is located in the ventral cavity thoracic
This cavity is located in the ventral cavity abdominal
This cavity is located in the ventral cavity pelvic
The heart, lungs, large blood vessels attached to the heart are located this cavity thoracic
The brain is located in this cavity cranial
The stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen and most of the intestines are located in this cavity abdominal
The bladder, rectum and reproductive organs are located in this cavity pelvic
The spinal cord is located in this cavity spinal
Pain just below the breastbone is in this region epigastric
Discomfort under the ribs on the right is in this region right hypochondriac
A scar in the left groin area is in this region left inguinal
A red area around the navel is in this region umbilical
Any abnormal growth of cells neoplasm
This type of tumor is one that spreads to neighboring tissues or different parts of the body malignant
The general term for any type of malignant tumor cancer
The term for the spread of tumor cells metastasis
A characteristic of a typical benign tumor does not spread
A characteristic of a typical benign tumor not cancer
A characteristic of a typical benign tumor cells stick together
Tumor growing in and about glands adenoma
Any tumors of connective tissue that spread through the bloodstream sarcoma
Symptom of cancer chronic cough
Symptom of cancer persistent indigestion
Way cancer is treated surgery
Way cancer is treated chemotherapy
Way cancer is treated immunotherapy
The removal of living tissue for purpose of microscopic examination biopsy
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