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ANATOMY STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE BODY
PHYSIOLOGY STUDY OF HOW THE BODY FUNCTIONS
HOMEOSTASIS STABLE STATE THAT THE BODY MAINTAINS IN RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
FIRST LEVEL IS CHEMICAL LEVEL THIS LEVEL DESCRIBES HOW ATOMS BEFORE MOLECULES
SECOND LEVEL IS CELL LEVEL FIRST FUNCTIONAL LEVEL OF LIVING THINGS
THIRD LEVEL IS TISSUE LEVEL STRUCTURAL LEVEL FORMED BY SIMILAR CELLS WORKING TOGETHER
FOURTH LEVEL IS ORGAN LEVEL STRUCTURAL LEVEL FORMED BY TWO OR MORE TISSUES WORKING TOGETHER
FIFTH LEVEL IS SYSTEM LEVEL GROUP OF ORGANS THAT PERFORM A COMMON FUNCTION
SIXTH LEVEL IS ORGANISM LEVEL STRUCTURAL LEVEL FORMED BY TWO OR MORE SYSTEMS WORKING TOGETHER
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM EXTERNAL COVERING OF THE BODY COMPRISES SKIN HAIR GLANDS NERVE RECEPTORS SKIN PROTECTS CUSHIONS THE BODY REGULATES BODY TEMPERATURE
MUSCULAR SYSTEM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR BODY MOVEMENT MUSCLES ARE MAIN STRUCTURE OF THIS SYSTEM INCLUDES TENDONS WHICH CONNECT THE MUSCLES TO THE BONE
SKELETAL SYSTEM COMPRISES BONES CARTILAGE LIGAMENTS JOINTS BONES SUPPORT THE BODY AND HOLD IT UPRIGHT SYSTEM STORES MINERALS AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CREATION OF BLOOD CELLS
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM CLEANSES THE BLOOD AND AIDS IN PROTECTION FROM FOREIGN SUBSTANCES SYSTEM INCLUDES THE LYMPH NODES THYMUS SPLEEN TONSILS AND OTHER RELATED TISSUES
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR PUMPING BLOOD THROUGHOUT THE BODY HEART IS THE ORGAN THAT ALONG WITH THE BLOOD VESSELS BRINGS OXYGEN NUTRIENTS TO THE CELLS
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM PROVIDES GAS EXCHANGE FOR THE BODY IT CONSTANLY SUPPLIES OXYGEN TO THE CELLS REMOVES THE WASTE PRODUCT CARBON DIOXIDE INCLUDES NASAL ORAL PASSAGES LARYNX TRACHEA BRONCHI LUNGS
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM BREAKS DOWN FOOD INTO NUTRIENTS THAT CAN BE ABSORBED USED BY THE BODY ESOPHAGUS STOMACH SMALL INTESTINE LARGE INTESTINE ARE ORGANS OF THIS SYSTEM
NERVOUS SYSTEM CONDUCTS INTERPRETS SENSORY INFORMATION FROM INSIDE OUTSIDE THE BODY WHICH THEN RESPONDS AS NEEDED ORGANS OF SYSTEM BRAIN SPINAL CORD CONNECTING NERVES
URINARY SYSTEM REMOVES LIQUID WASTE FROM BLOOD AND REGULATES BLOOD PRESSURE SYSTEM INCLUDES KIDNEYS BLADDER
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM USES HORMONES TO CONTROL FUNCTIONS OF THE BODY INCLUDES THE PITUITARY GLAND THYROID GLAND OVARIES TESTES
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM PRODUCES CELLS THAT CARRY THE GENTIC MATERIAL FOR THE PURPOSE OF CREATING A NEW ORGANISM THIS INCLUDES OVARIES UTERUS IN THE FEMALE AND TESTES AND PENIS IN THE MALE
INFERIOR AWAY FROM THE HEAD OR TOWARD THE LOWER PART OF A STRUCTURE THE INTESTINES ARE INFERIOR TO THE LUNGS
SUPERIOR TOWARD THE HEAD OR UPPER PART OF A STRUCTURE THE HEART IS SUPERIOR TO THE STOMACH
ANTERIOR VENTRAL TOWARD THE FRONT OF THE BODY THE EYES ARE LOCATED ON THE ANTERIOR SKULL
POSTERIOR DORSAL TOWARD THE BACK OF THE BODY THE SPINE IS POSTERIOR TO THE UMBILICUS
DISTAL FARTHER FROM THE ATTACHMENT OF A BODY PART THE FINGERS ARE DISTAL TO THE WRISTS
PROXIMAL CLOSE TO THE ATTACHMENT OF A BODY PART THE THIGH BONE IS PROXIMAL TO THE HIP
MEDIAL TOWARD THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY THE UMBILICUS IS FOUND AT THE MEDIAL ABDOMEN
LATERAL AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE ON THE OUTER SIDE THE RIBS ARE LATERAL TO THE STERUM
SUPERFICIAL TOWARD OR AT THE BODY SURFACE A PAPER CUT IS A SUPERFICIAL WOUND
DEEP AWAY FROM THE BODY SURFACE A STAB WOUND IS A DEEP WOUND
SAGITTAL PLANE RUNS VERTICALLY THROUGH THE BODY
MEDIAN OR MID SAGITTAL PLANE DIVIDES THE BODY INTO EQUAL RIGHT AND LEFT HALVES
TRANSVERSE PLANE OR HORIZONTAL PLANE SEPARATES THE BODY INTO SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR SECTIONS
FRONTAL PLANE OR CORONAL PLANE DIVIDES THE BODY INTO ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR SECTIONS
DORSAL CAVITY CONTAINS TWO CAVITIES CRANIAL AND SPINAL
CRANIAL CAVITY IS WITHIN THE SKULL CONTAINS THE BRAIN
SPINAL CAVITY WITHIN THE SPINAL COLUMN AND CONTAINS THE SPINAL CORD
VENTRAL CAVITY CONTAINS THREE CAVITIES
THORACIC CAVITY CHEST IS LOCATED UNDER THE RIB CAGE AND ABOVE THE DIAPHRGAM
ABDOMINAL CAVITY BELOW THE DIAPHGRAM AND UNDER ABDOMINAL MUSCLES
PELVIC CAVITY SPACE WITHIN THE PELVIS
ABDOMINOPELVIC CAVITY PELVIC AND ABDOMINAL CAVITIES NOT PHYSICALLY SEPARATED
UPPER RIGHT QUADRANT CONTAINS THE LIVER AND PART OF THE SMALL AND LARGE INTESTINE
UPPER LEFT QUADRANT CONTAINS THE STOMACH SPLEEN AND PORTIONS OF THE INTESTINES
LOWER RIGHT QUADRANT CONTAINS THE SMALL AND LARGE INTESTINES AND THE APPENDIX
LOWER LEFT QUADRANT CONTAINS A PORTION OF SMALL INTESTINE AND THE COLON
UMBILICAL REGION MIDDLE SECTION COVERS THE UMBILICUS
EPIGASTRIC REGION TOP MIDDLE REGION
HYPOCHONDRIAC REGION TOP RIGHT REGION
HYPOCHONDRIAC REGION TOP LEFT REGION
LUMBAR REGION MIDDLE RIGHT REGION
LUMBAR REGION MIDDLE LEFT REGION
ILIAC REGION BOTTOM RIGHT REGION
HYPOGASTRIC REGION BOTTOM MIDDLE REGION
ILIAC REGION BOTTOM LEFT REGION
DORSAL RECUMBENT PATIENTS LEGS ARE BENT AT THE KNEES AND FEET ARE RESTING ON THE TABLE GYNECOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS
FOWLERS PATIENT IS IN THE SITTING POSITION EXAMINATIONS OF THE HEAD NECK CHEST
LITHOTOMY PATIENTS FEET ARE PLACED IN STIRRUPS GYNECOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS AND PAP SMEARS
PRONE PATIENT IS LYING FACE DOWNWARD GENERAL EXAMINATION OF THE DORSAL BODY
SIMS PATIENT LIES ON THE LEFT SIDE WITH THE LEFT ARM BEHIND THE BODY AND THE RIGHT ARM AND RIGHT LEG ARE SHARPLY FLEXED ON THE TABLE COLONSCOPY OR RECTAL EXAMINATIONS
SUPINE PATIENT IS LYING FACE UPWARD GENERAL EXAMINATIONS OF THE VENTRAL BODY
TRENDELENBURG PATIENTS LEGS ARE RAISED ABOVE THE HEAD PATIENTS IN SHOCK
ANATOMICAL POSTION FACE FRONT AND ARMS AT THE SIDES AND PALMS FACING FORWARD
ORGAN STRUCTURAL LEVEL FORMED BY TWO OR MORE DIFFERENT TISSUES THAT PERFORM THE SAME FUNCTION
PLANE IMAGINARY FLAT SURFACES THAT PASS THROUGH AN OBJECT
REGION ONE OF NINE SECTIONS THAT DIVIDE THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY THIS TERM IS USED TO PROVIDE A MORE SPECIFIC LOCATION OF THE INTERNAL ORGANS
SYSTEM GROUP OF ORGANS THAT PERFORM A COMMON FUNCTION
TISSUE FORMED BY SIMILAR CELLS WORKING TOGETHER
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