Anatomical Terms

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cwehde
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242303
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Anatomical Terms
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2015-09-23 18:10:51
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anatomical terms directional animals anatomy physiology
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Anatomical terms and directions on animals
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  1. What plane is line number 2?
    Transverse Plane
  2. What plane is line number 1?
    Dorsal Plane
  3. The dorsal plane divides the body into what two parts?
    • Ventral (the belly side of animal)
    • Dorsal (the back of animal)
  4. How do you tell left and right on an animal?
    • Left and right is determined from the animals point of view
  5. What plane is number 3?
    Sagittal Plane
  6. What plane is number 4?
    Medial Plane
  7. The ____ Plane separates the body into left and right parts but isn't necassarily equal.
    The sagittal plane
  8. The _____ Plane separates the body in equal left and right halves.
    Medial Plane
  9. What directional term means towards to the head?
    Cranial
  10. What directional term means toward the tail?
    Caudal
  11. Which direction is the arrow pointing?
    Cranial (toward the head)
  12. Which direction is the arrow pointing?
    Caudal (toward tail)
  13. Which direction is the arrow pointing?
    Rostral (towards the end of the nose)
  14. What direction is this arrow pointing?
    Lateral (away from the midline)
  15. What direction is the arrow pointing?
    Medial (toward or closer to the midline)
  16. On the leg below the wrist and ankle what is the top surface called?
    The dorsal side
  17. The "walking" surface of hind leg?
    Palmer
  18. The "walking" surface of front leg?
    palmer
  19. What limb had the palmer side and which has the plantar side? (Front or hind limbs)
    • Palmer front
    • Plantar back
  20. What laying position is this animal in?
    Dorsal recumbent
  21. What laying position is this animal in?
    Sternal recumbency
  22. What laying position is this animal in?
    Lateral recumbency

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