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Human-Anatomy Lab

Lab Lecture 1

QuestionAnswer
structural position our structure should balance function
anatomical position arms 30', palms up, feet hip width apart. Standard body position.
lateral away from the middle of the body (away from the median plane)
medial towards the middle of the body (towards the median plane)
superior towards the head
inferior towards the feet
anterior/dorsal towards the front of the body
posterior/ventral towards the rear of the body
superficial closer to the skin
deep farther away from the skin
distal further from the connection to the limb/torso
proximal nearer to the limbs commection
planes how do we cut things
medial (mid-sagitaal) midline of body
frontal (coronal) right down, front to back
transverse MRI takes pictures lllll than takes pictures and puts them in 3D form.
oblique at an angle
Created by: rbrandt