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Anatomy n Physiology

Chapter 1

TermDefinition
Anterior (ventral) Toward the Front
Posterior (dorsal) Toward the back
Superior means that a body part is above another part
Inferior means a body part is below another part
Proximal means that a body part is closer to a point of attachment
Distal means that a body part is further away to a point of attachment
Medial is when a body part is closer to the mid-line than another part
Lateral means toward the side. Away from mid-line
Superficial near the surface
Deep more internal that superficial
Dorsal body cavity
Ventral body cavity
Serous Membrane
Sagittal Plane
Frontal (coronal) plane
Transverse plane
Integumentary system (Major organs)
Integumentary system (Organ Functions)
Skeletal System (major organs)
Skeletal system (organ functions)
Muscular system (major organs)
Muscular System (organ functions)
Nervous system (major organs)
Nervous system (organ functions)
Endocrine System (major organs)
Endocrine system (organ functions)
cardiovascular system (major organs)
Cardiovascular system (organ functions)
Lymphatic system (major organs)
Lymphatic system (organ functions)
Respiratory system (major organs)
Respiratory system (organ functions)
Digestive system (major organs)
Digestive system (organ functions)
Urinary system (major organs)
Urinary system (organ functions)
Reproductive system (major organs)
Reproductive system (organ functions)
Created by: NikkiV