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Anatomy Ch. 1*

Overview of the body

the ____________________and _______________fields are notorious for the numerous terms needed to accurately communicate in day-to-day duties Healthcare, medical
these ____________ are necessary to ensure that everyone working with a client or patient is relaying and undersdtanding the same information terms
_______________terms describe the relative location of different body features and the ways the body can be viewed when sliced along imaginary lines. directional
_________________terms are used to explain how a client or patient must be situated for a particular healthcare or medical procedure. position
________________terms make their way into a variety of health-related fields, including police crime-scene analysis and athletic training position
_________________terms are also important for helping to place a person in a particular position. movement
___________________terms are most commonly used to explain a person's ability to move a body structure in a particular direction in relation to the center of the body. movement
_________________terms provide a way of accurately mapping the location of particular parts. body region
body region terms are also used to describe the location of ________or ___________ pain, injury
body region terms provide a way to divide the body into ______________that contain particular external or internal body structures. sections
____________________is the study of body structure anatomy
_______________________ looks at tiny body structures fine anatomy
_______________________ looks at large body structures gross anatomy
______________________is the study of body fuction physiology
____________________orientation explains a particular view of a person directional
__________________refers to the middle of the body medial
__________________refers to the sides of the body lateral
__________________or _______________refers to a location near the head superior, or cephalic
__________________ or ______________ refers to a location near the feet. inferior, or caudal
__________________ or ______________ refers to the front of the human body anterior, or ventral
__________________ or ______________refers to the back of the human body. posterior, or dorsal
________________________ are views of imaginary lines sliced through a person directional planes
a _______________section slices the body vertically into left and right sections sagittal
a _______________section slices the body into equal left and right halves. midsagittal
a ______________, or _______________ section slices the body vertically into anterior and posterior sections frontal, or coronal
a ______________section slices the body horizontally into inferior and superior sections transverse
__________________ terms indicate how a person is to be situated postion
__________________ terms describe the movement of body parts in relation to the standing person movement
each movement has an opposing movement, which is called ________________ movement antagonistic
body joints can be bent or straightened in movements called ______________ and _______________ flexion, and extension
body joints can be moved away or toward the body in movements called ____________ and ________________ abduction and adduction
body joints can be roated in movements called _____________ and _______________ eversion and inversion
body regions are divided into _____________________, ______________________ and quadrants general locations, abdominopelvic regions
___________________regions include nine sections that divide up the abdominal and pelvic portions of the body abdominopelvic
___________________sections the abdominal region into four portions quadrants
the human body is naturally divided into ____________________ internal cavities
________________is the study of development embryology
________________explains the forms taken by body structures morpholgy
________________is the study of disease pathology
________________refers to a structure on an appendage located father away from the attachment point of the appendage to the body distal
________________is a laying down face up position supine
________________is a laying down face down position prone
three variations of a _____________ position are: dorsal recumbent, lithotomy, and trendelenburg positions supine
two modifications of the _______________ position are: Sim's and knee-chest positions prone
a _______________movement brings the body or limbs into a bent position while ___________ straightens out the body or limb flexion, extension
an abdominopelvic region is a ventrally veiwed section of the body below the ______________ and above the _________ thorax, legs
the ________________region represents the center of te abdominopelvic region umbilical
the _______________, _______________ and _____________ system structures are primarily identified with the abdominopelvic cavity digestive, reproductive, urinary
the ________________cavity is in the upper anterior part of the body and contains the respiratory system. thoracic
the _____________cavity is medial and dorsal; it contains the spinal cord spinal
the ______________layer forms the outer wall of the stomach parietal
the heart is mostly located in the: a) LLQ b) RLQ c)LUQ d) RUQ c
the thoracic cavity can be further divided into the ______________ and ____________ cavities pericardial, pleural
______________is often used in place of the term "anatomy" morphology
_______________serous membrane of the abdominal cavity peritoneum
_____________can be used to describe the inner wall of an organ and also can be used to refer to a covering directly on the surface of a body part visceral
______________ and ______________ are posterior body cavities cranial, spinal
Created by: Lauren G.