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Quiz 1-Nomenclature

Nomenclture

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Describe the anatomical position 1.Body in effect/straight in a line. 2.Palm facing out. 3.Lower limbs together/legs together. 4.Upper limbs (arms) on side body
Aterior is to posterior as medial is to _________________ Lateral
The regions of the lower limb IMMEDIATLY DISTAL to the thigh is the? CRUS
Which of the trunk is found IMMIDIATLY INFERIOR to the neck? Thorax
How does PARASAGITTAL PLANE divide the body? Into UNEQUAL left and right parts
How does CORONAL PLANE divide the body? It divides the body into anterior and posterior parts
How does HORIZONTAL PLANE divide the body? It Cuts head off
How does MEDIAN/SAGITTAL PLANE divide the body? INTO EVEN RIGHT AND LEFT PARTS
What are the 3 subregions of the pes/foot? Tarsus, Metatarsus and Digits
What are the 3 regions of the manus/hand? Carpus, Matecarpus and Digits
In the anatomical position the thumb is ___________ to the pinky Lateral
Created by: Dianadivina1