Here is an example to get us started Jennie fell off her...

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Anatomical Terminology (graded) Stump your classmates! This week, we are learning a new language, the language of anatomy. As with any new language, the best way to learn it is to use it. Practice by describing an injury or illness in anatomical terms and challenging your classmates to translate into plain English. Here is an example to get us started. Jennie fell off her motorcycle and tore a nerve in her axillary region. She also tore ligaments in her cervical and scapular regions and broke the only bone of her right brachial region. Can you explain where her injuries are located? Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Response Author Date/Time
(an instructor response) Terms Professor Beatty 4/30/2016 6:32:13 PM Class, this exercise is designed to help you get used to using the anatomical terms we are learning - start by browsing through the terms in your text, then take a stab at a scenario!

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