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  1. Ophthalmic
    Eye
  2. Cephalic
    Head
  3. Nasal
    Nose
  4. Oral
    Mouth
  5. Frontal
    Forehead
  6. orbital
    eye cavity
  7. buccal
    cheek
  8. mental
    chin
  9. cervical
    neck
  10. acromial
    top of arm
  11. deltoid
    shoulder
  12. sternal
    sternum
  13. pectoral
    chest
  14. mammary
    breast
  15. axillary
    armpit
  16. brachial
    arm
  17. antecubital
    front of elbow
  18. antebrachial
    forearm
  19. abdominal
    abdomen
  20. umbillical
    navel
  21. coxal
    hip
  22. carpal
    wrist
  23. inguinal
    groin
  24. palmar
    palm
  25. digital
    finger
  26. femoral
    thigh
  27. patellar
    kneecap
  28. crural
    leg
  29. pedal
    foot
  30. tarsal
    ankle
  31. otic
    ear
  32. occipital
    back of head
  33. veterbral
    spinal column
  34. lumbar
    lower back
  35. gluteal
    buttocks
  36. dorsum
    back of hand
  37. femoral
    thigh
  38. sural
    calf
  39. calcaneal
    heel
  40. plantar
    sole of foot
  41. popliteal
    back of knee
  42. perineal
    rectum, anus
  43. manus
    hand
  44. sacral
    below the lumber (lower back)
  45. Which plane extends lengthwise and divides the body in left and right portions?
    Sagittal Plane
  46. Which plane passes through the midline of the body?
    Midsagittal or median
  47. Which plane divides the body into equal left and right halves?
    Midsagittal and/or median
  48. Which plane divides the body into superior and inferior portions?
    Transverse, cross-section, or horizontal
  49. _____________ or __________ divides the body into anterior and posterior portions.
    Frontal, coronal
  50. towards the head
    Superior
  51. away from the head
    posterior
  52. towards the face
    anterior or ventral
  53. away from the face, towards the backside
    posterior or dorsal
  54. towards the midline of the body
    medial
  55. away from the midline of the body
    lateral
  56. farther from the point of an attachment of a limb
    distial
  57. closer towards the attachment of a limb
    proximal
  58. means towards the organs
    deep
  59. away from the organs
    superficial
  60. Why do we use the atomical position
    In order to have a distinct reference point when referring to the location of the body
  61. What is the atomicial position?
    When a human is standing erect with their feet flat and their palms facing up.
  62. What are the two cavities that are located in the ventral body cavity?
    Thoratic and Abdominopelvic Cavity
  63. Which cavity contains the GI system along with the bladder, reproductive organs and some GI organs?
    The adominalpelvic cavity.
  64. The Thoracic Cavitity contains what?
    The heart and the lungs
  65. The _____________ seperates the thoracic from the abdominalpelvic cavities.
    diaphram
  66. The heart and lungs are housed along with the esophagus and treachea in what is called the _______________.
    Mediastinum
  67. What two cavitities are held in the Dorsal Cavitity?
    Cranial cavity and Spinal or Vertebral Cavity
  68. The ___________ cavity houses the ___________ and the ___________.
    Cranial & head & brain
  69. The ________ cavity houses the spinal cord.
    spinal or vetebral
  70. Anatomy
    The study of structure
  71. The big picture of body which can be seen with the naked eye
    Gross or Macroscopic Anatomy
  72. When a microscope or other device is used to view cells or tissues in the body..
    Microscopic anatomy
  73. The study of function
    Physiology
  74. What is the relationship between anatomy and physiology?
    Form follows function
  75. The smallest building block of all matter
    Atoms
  76. the basic building block of life
    Cells
  77. two or more different cells working together to perform a specific fuction
    Tissues
  78. two or more tissues working together to perform a specific function
    Organs
  79. two or more organs working together to perform a specific function
    Organ Systems
  80. 4 Quadrants of the Abdominiopelvic Cavity
    • Right Upper Quandrant
    • Left Upper Quandrant
    • Right Lower Quandrant
    • Left Lower Quandrant
  81. The Four Body Cavities
    • Crainial
    • Vertebral
    • Thoratic
    • Abdominalpelvic Cavitiy

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