Ch. 1 Anatomical Position and Body

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Ch. 1 Anatomical Position and Body
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Antomical Position, Body Cavities, Body Regions, Anatomical Terms and Body Planes
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  1. In the anatomical position the subject is:
    A. Seated with the head facing forward
    B. Seated with arms parallel to the ground
    C. Standing with the arms at the sides and palms facing backward
    D. Standing with the arms at the sides and palms facing forward
    D. Standing with the arms at the sides and palms facing forward
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. The dorsal body cavity contains the:
    A. Brain and spinal cord C. Pelvic organs
    B. Abdominal organs D. Thoracic organs
    A. Brain and spinal cord
  3. The ventral body cavity contains the:
    A. Thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities
    B. Thoracic cavity only
    C. Abdominopelvic cavity only
    D. Brain and spinal cord
    A. Thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. The axial portion of the body consists of:
    A. Arms, neck, and torso C. Torso, arms, and legs
    B. Neck, torso, and legs D. Head, neck and torso
    D. Head, neck and torso
  5. The abdominopelvic cavity contains all of the following EXCEPT the:
    A. Kidneys C. Lungs
    B. Pancreas D. Urinary bladder
    C. Lungs
  6. The mediastinum contains all of the following EXCEPT the:
    A. Esophagus C. Lungs
    B. Aorta D. Trachea
    C. Lungs
  7. Visceral peritoneum would cover which of the following organs?
    A. Heart C. Lungs
    B. Liver D. Brain
    B. Liver
  8. A sagittal section would divide the body into:
    A. Upper and lover parts C. Front and back portions
    B. Right and left sides D. None of the above
    B. Right and left sides
  9. A coronal section would divide the body into:
    A. Upper and lower parts C. Front and back portions
    B. Right and left sides D. None of the above
    C. Front and back portions
  10. Inguinal is a term referring to which body region?
    A. Anterior portion of elbow C. Posterior knee
    B. Armpit D. Groin
    D. Groin
  11. The stomach is ___________ to the diaphragm.
    inferior
  12. The nose is located on the _________ surface of the body.
    anterior
  13. The lungs lie _______to the heart
    lateral
  14. The elbow lies _________ to the forearm.
    proximal
  15. The skin is __________ to the muscles below it.
    superficial
  16. A midsagittal plane divides the body into ______ parts
    equal
  17. A frontal plane divides the body into ______________ sections
    anterior and posterio
  18. A transverse plane divides the body into _____________ sections
    upper and lower
  19. A coronal plane may also be referred to as a _______ plane
    frontal
  20. Thoracic
    A. Ventral Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
    A. Ventral Cavity
  21. Cranial
    A. Ventral Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
  22. Abdominal
    A. Ventral Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
    A. Ventral Cavity
  23. Pelvic
    A. Ventral Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
    A. Ventral Cavity
  24. Mediastinum
    A. Ventral Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
    A. Ventral Cavity
  25. Pleural
    A. Ventral Cavity
    B. Dorsal Cavity
    A. Ventral Cavity
  26. Counter Clockwise name each arrow, starting from left picture at the Head POsition.
    • 1. Superior
    • 2. Posterior
    • 3. Distal
    • 4. Proximal
    • 5. Inferior
    • 6. Frontal plane
    • 7. Medial
    • 8. Sagittal plane
    • 9. Lateral
    • 10. Tranverse plane
    • 11. Anterior
  27. From left to right label the various body cavities
    • 1. Ventral cavity
    • 2. Cranial cavity
    • 3. Spinal cavity
    • 4. Thoracic cavity
    • 5. Pleural cavities
    • 6. Abdominal cavity
    • 7. Pelvic cavity
    • 8. Dorsal cavity

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