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Anatomy 101

1st exam

What is Human Anatomy A science concerned with the structure of the human body.
What is Physiology A science concerned with the function of the human body.
What is Biology A science concerned with the attributes of life.
What is Gross Anatomy The study of those structures visible to the eye.
What is Microanatomy The study of those structures visible only by magnification.
What is the Body Sum total of an individual
What is Anatomical position The body erect, feet on the floor, head and palms faced forward.
What is Midsagittal section
What is Median plane
What is Sagittal plane
What is Transverse plane
What is Cross section
What is Coronal plane
What is Frontal plane
What is Oblique
What is Superior
What is cephalad
What is Inferior
What is anterior
What is Posterior
What is medial
What is lateral
What is superficial
What is deep
What is Peripheral
What is Central
What is External
What is Internal
What is Proximal
What is Distal
What is the abdominaopelvic cavity The abdominal cavity and pelvic cavity taken together as a single cavity.
What is Diaphragm A muscular partition between thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities.
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