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General Anatomy 1 wk

Wk 1 gen anatomy Anatomical Terminology

What is Anatomy? The study of the structure of body parts and their relationship to one another.
WHAT IS Anatomical position? STANDING ERECT, FACE FORWARD AND PALMS FACING FWd, feet flat on floor.
How is median plane defined? The plane dividing the body into equal left and right halves, making symmetry.
How is sagittal plane defined? Plane which is parallel to median plane.
How many parasagittal planes can you have? As many as wished.
How is coronal/frontal plane defined? It divides the body into anterior and posterior parts.
How is transverse/sectional plane? It divides the body into superior and inferior parts.
Cranial vs caudal .
Ipsilateral vs contralateral Same side (two or most structures on same side). One structure opposite the other structure.
Eversion/Inversion .
Opppsition/Reposition .
Read intro ch moores. .
Created by: paradoxy