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EMT-7 Anatomy

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Right Upper Quadrant Liver (majority) Right Kidney Colon Pancreas (small portion) Gallbladder Small intestines
Left Upper Quadrant Liver (small portion) Spleen Left Kidney Stomach Colon Pancreas (majority Small intestines
Right Lower Colon Small Intestine Right ureter Appendix Right ovary (female) Right fallopian tube (female)
Left Lower Colon Small Intestines Left ureter Left ovary (female) Left fallopian tube (female)
Midline Area Bladder Uterus (female) Prostate (male)
Purpose of Skeletal System Protects major organs of the body Allowing for movement storing minerals and produce blood cells
Flexion Bending toward body
Extension Straightening away from the body
Abduction Movement away from midline
Adduction Movement toward midline
Circumduction Combo of four motions as is possible with shoulder joint
Pronation Palm of hand is turned toward the back
Supination palm of hand turned toward the front
Created by: voneckab