Anatomy

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Anatomy
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  1. For a Human Body in Standard Anatomical Position, palms face ................ with the thumbs pointed ....... from the body
    • anteriorly
    • away
  2. The Axial Region is the ........... of the body
    main axis
  3. The Appendicular Region is the ............
    limbs
  4. Ipsilateral is on the .......... side of the body
    same
  5. Contralateral is on the ......... side of the body
    opposite
  6. Superior/ Cranial is ..............the head end or upperpart of a structure or body; ............
    • toward
    • above
    • ex: the head is superior to the abdomen
  7. Inferior/ Caudel is ............. the head end or ............. the lower part of a structure or body; ..............
    • away from
    • toward
    • below
    • ex: the navel (umbilicus/ belly button) is inferior to the chin
  8. Anterior/ Ventral is toward the ........... of the body; .......................
    • front
    • in front of
    • ex: the breastbone is anterior to the spine
  9. Posterior/ Dorsal is toward the .......... of the body; .............
    • back
    • behind
    • ex: the heart is posterior to the breastbone
  10. Medial is toward the ................. of the body; on the .......... side of
    • midline
    • inner
    • ex: the heart is medial to the arm
  11. Lateral is .............. from the midline of the body; on the ............ side of
    • away
    • outer
    • ex: the arms are lateral to the chest
  12. Proximal is ................. to the origin of the body part of the point of attachment of a limb to the body trunk
    • closer
    • ex: the elbow is proximal to the wrist
  13. Distal is .......... from the origin of a body part or the point of attachment of a limb to the body trunk
    • farther
    • ex: the knee is distal to the thigh
  14. Superficial/ external is ... ....or .......... the body surface
    • toward
    • at
    • ex: the skin is superficial to the skeletal muscles
  15. Deep/ internal is ............ from the body surface; more ............
    • away
    • internal
    • ex: the lungs are deep to the skin
  16. Ipsilateral is on the ............. side
    • same
    • ex: the right hand and right foot are ipsilateral
  17. Contralateal is on ................. sides
    • opposite
    • ex: the right hand and left foot are contralateral
  18. The Dorsal body cavity contains the ............cavity and the .............cavity
    • cranial
    • vertebral
  19. The Ventral Body Cavity contains the .................. cavity and the ...................... cavity
    • Thoracic
    • Abdominopelvic
  20. The Inner tube extends from the .......... to ........... and includes the ............... and ............... organs
    • mouth
    • anus
    • respiratory
    • digestive
  21. the pharynx is the ................. region of the .................. and ............... tube
    • throat
    • digestive
    • respiratory
  22. The Outer tube consists of axial ............. and associated axial ............... that make up the outer body wall and nervous structures
    • skeleton
    • muscles
  23. The Thoracic cavity is divided into ...X#..... parts.
    - ..X#.. lateral parts each containing a ........... surrounded by the ........................
    • 3
    • 2
    • lung
    • pleural cavity
  24. The ..................... contains the heart surrounded by the pericardial sac
    mediastinum

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