Introduction anatomical terminology.txt

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Introduction anatomical terminology.txt
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  1. Describe the correct Anatomical Position?
    Standing erect, with face forward, upper limbs at the sides, and palms facing forward.
  2. All descriptions are as though the patient is standing in correct?
    “anatomical position”
  3. This means above another body part. ex: the eyes are ________to the mouth?
    Superior
  4. This means below another body part, ex: the umbilicus is _______to the sternum?
    Inferior
  5. This means toward the front, ex: the sternum is ________to the spinal cord?
    Anterior
  6. This means toward the back, ex: the heart is __________to the sternum?
    Posterior
  7. This means closer to the midline of the body, ex: the sternum is _______to the nipple?
    Medial
  8. This means closer to the sides of the body, ex: the lungs are ________to the heart?
    Lateral
  9. This means the same side, ex: certain spinal cord tracts travel down the same side of the spinal cord?
    Ipsilateral
  10. This means the opposite side, ex: the kidneys are ________?
    Contralateral
  11. This means closer to a specific point, Ex: the elbow is _______to my wrist?
    Proximal
  12. This means farther away from a specific point, ex: the fingers are ________to the elbow?
    Distal
  13. This means closer to the surface of the body, ex: a scrape on my skin would be _________?
    Superficial
  14. This means more internal, ex: a deep stab wound would be _____?
    Deep
  15. A lengthwise cut that divides the body into left and right portions is?
    Sagittal
  16. A cut that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions is?
    Coronal
  17. A cut that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions is?
    Frontal
  18. A cut that divides the body into superior and inferior portions is?
    Transverse
  19. A 90 degree cut across a tube causes what type of section?
    Cross section
  20. An angular cut across a tube forms what type of section?
    Oblique section
  21. A lengthwise cut on a tube forms what type of section?
    Longitudinal section
  22. will anatomical terminology actually used in ANP
    Yes, every week

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