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Nursing Stack 2

Erwin A&P - Murphy Outline Directional -S #73513

QuestionAnswer
Superior above
Inferior below
Anterior/Ventral towards front (belly)
Posterior/Dorsal back
Caphalad/Cranial head/skull (upward)
Caudal tail (downward)
Medial middle
Lateral side
Proximal closest to origin
Distal farther from origin
Central core
Peripheral side (away from center)
Superficial close to surface (shallow)
Deep inside; far away from surface
Internal inside
External outside
Axillary armpit
Cervical neck
Inguinal groin
Pedal foot
Brachial arm
Deltoid sholder cap
Lumbar waist
Popliteal back knee
Buccal cheek
Digital fingers/toes
Occipital back of head
Sternal breastbone
Femoral theigh
Orbital eyes
Cephalic head
Gluteal buttock
Patellar kneecap
Body Planes are imaginary lines that devide body into parts
Sagittal Plane leaves Left & Right parts
Midsagittal Plane equal L & R parts
Frontal (Coronal) leaves body w/front and back
Body cavities are: hollow areas in body filled w/organs
Ventral Cavity cavities in front
Two Cavities within the Ventral are: Thoracid Cavity and Abdominopelvic cavity
Thoracic Cavity houses heart, lungs & mediastinum
Abdominopelvic Cavity 2 more cavities: Abdominal and Pelvic
Diaphragm is a breathing muscle seperating thoracic from abdominal
Abdominal includes: stomach, intestines, liver, GB, pancreas, spleen & kidneys
Pelvic Cavity includes the urinary bladder and rectum
Dorsal Cavity - two cavities in posterior: Cranial and Spinal
Cranial includes brain, pituitary gland
Spinal includes spinal cord and nerves
4 divisions of abdominopelvic are: Quadrants: RUQ,LUQ, RLQ, LUQ
Addisons Nine Regions: draw a tic tac toe on abdominal area
Addisons - 3 on right are R: Hypochondriac, Lumbar & Inguinal/Iliac Regions
Addisons - 3 on left are: L: Hypochondriac (below ribs), Lumbar, Inguinal/Ilian Regions
Addisons - 3 in middle are: Epigastric, Umbilical, Hypogastric
Transverse (horizontal) leaves w/top and bottom
Created by: jerwin