TEST 10/08/12 - Sectional Anatomy Chapters 1-3 /cb

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  1. Vertical plane that passes through the body, dividing it into Right and Left portions.
    • Sagittal plane
    • (split into rt and lt Sides)
  2. Verticle plane that passes through the body, dividing it into anterior (ventral) and posterior (dorsal) portions
    • Coronal plane
    • (front and back)
  3. Horizontal plane that passes through the body, dividing it into superio and inferior portions
    • Axial (transverse) plane
    • plane makes the letter t
  4. Plane that passes diagonally between the axes of two other planes
    Oblique plane
  5. Directional Terminology
  6. 1. Above, towards the head;
    2. Below, towards the feet
    • 1. Superior
    • 2. Inferior
  7. 1. Toward the front
    2. Toward the back
    • 1. Anterior/Ventral ("A" comes first)
    • 2. Posterior/Dorsal (Post means after, like Post-op)
  8. 1. Toward the midsagittal plane (middle of the body)
    2. Away from the midsagittal plane
    • 1. Medial
    • 2. Lateral
  9. 1. Toward a reference point (toward the trunk)
    2. Away from reference point (away from the trunk)
    • 1. Proximal
    • 2. Distal
  10. 1. Near the body surface
    2. Farther into the body and away from the body surface
    • 1. Superficial
    • 2. Deep
  11. Toward the head
    Cranial/cephalic
  12. 1. Toward the feet
    2. Toward the nose
    • 1. Caudal
    • 2. Rostral
  13. 1. On the same side
    2. On the opposite side
    • 1. Ipsilateral
    • 2. Contralateral
  14. 1. Front or palm of the hand
    2. Sole of the foot
    • 1. Palmer
    • 2. Plantar
  15. Where is the Aortic arch located?
    2.5 cm below jugular notch
  16. Where is the Aortic bifurcation location?
    L4-L5
  17. Where is the Carina located?
    T4-T5, sternal angle
  18. Body Cavities (not sure that this will be apart of the test)
  19. 9 Abdominal regions and 4 Abdominal quadrants (not sure that this will be on the test)
  20. Name those cranial bones!!! ;-)
    • Blue - Frontal bone
    • Red - Zygomatic Bone
    • Green - Maxilla
    • Orange - Nasal
    • 1. Temporal bone
    • 2. Nasal
    • 3. Ethmoid
    • 4. Zygomatic
    • 5. Maxilla
    • 6. Mandible
    • 7. Volmer
    • 8. Lacrimal
    • 9. Sphenoid
    • 10. Frontal
  21. Maxilla
  22. Sella turcica
  23. Sphenoid Bone
  24. Zygomatic
  25. Nasal bone
  26. Sphenoid bone
  27. Sphenoid bone
  28. Zygomatic Arch
  29. Foramen magnum
  30. Palatine bone
  31. Sphenoid bone
  32. Parietal bone
  33. Mandible
  34. Sella turcica
  35. Occipital bone
  36. Frontal bone
  37. Parietal bone
  38. Temporal bone
  39. Sella turcica
  40. Sella turcica
    • AE - Anterior Ethmoid sinus
    • NS - Nasal sinus
    • PE - Posterior Ethmoid sinus
    • SpS - Sphenoid sinus
  41. Sella turcica
  42. Mandible
  43. not sure if it will be on the test, but the scans of the cochlea is on pages 38 & 39
  44. PLEASE please study the MRI/CT scans in the book! 

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