2201F08termspost - Forearm Lower Limb Thigh Thigh Leg Leg...

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Lecture 1: Anatomical Terminology
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Standard Anatomical Position
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Standard Anatomical Position
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Pronation Supination
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anterior posterior dorsal ventral
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superior superior (cranial) (cranial) inferior inferior (caudal) (caudal) lateral lateral medial medial distal distal proximal proximal
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sagittal transverse frontal
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Sagittal plane equal right & left halves (= median or midsagittal)
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Parasagittal plane right & left portions, not necessarily equal
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Coronal plane (frontal): equal anterior & posterior halves
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Oblique planes
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Axial (head, neck, trunk) Appendages/ appendicular
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Upper Limb Arm Arm Forearm
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Unformatted text preview: Forearm Lower Limb Thigh Thigh Leg Leg Palmar Dorsal The Hand Dorsal surface The Foot Plantar surface pollex hallux Vertebral canal organ Your basic body cavity: Organs hanging in a space. Body wall space Visceral layer Visceral layer (on viscera/organs) (on viscera/organs) organ Space lined by serous membrane serous membrane . Parietal layer Parietal layer (on body wall) (on body wall) Parietal Layer (2) Visceral Layer (3) Pericardial cavity & 2 pleural cavities Peritoneal cavity Got it!...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2008 for the course PTH AS 2201 taught by Professor Ward during the Fall '08 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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