LAB ONE INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY.SPRING 2015.pptx

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LAB ONE Introduction to Anatomy
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Activity 1: Orientation and Directional Terms Right = patient’s right; Left = patient’s left ANATOMICAL POSITION
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Practicing Using Directional Terms 1. The hand is ________________________ to the elbow. 2. The heart is _______________________ to the lung. 3. The eye is _____________________ to the (bridge of the) nose. 4. The biceps muscle is ____________________ to the skin. 5. The heart is anterior or posterior to the vertebrae? distal medial lateral deep anterior
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Activity 2: Regional Areas
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Practice using regional terms. Where would you find these structures? Use common terms to indicate the areas. 1. Mammary glands ___________________________________ 2. Olecranon process __________________________________ 3. Axillary hair _______________________________________ 4. Sternum ___________________________________________ 5. Mental foramen _____________________________________ 6. Gluteus maximus ___________________________________ 7. Acromion process _________________________________ 8. Brachial artery _____________________________________ 9. Orbital ___________________________________________ 10. Sacrum ________________________________________ Breast Elbow Under arm Breast bone Chin Rear end Shoulder Upper arm Eye area Lower back
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Fig. 1.3 (removes front from back) Activity 3: Body Planes
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Fig. 1.3 (cuts top from bottom)
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TRANSVERSE SECTION OF NECK (top from bottom)
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Fig. 1.3 (cuts into right and left halves)
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Which plane would be best for showing the four chambers of the heart? FRONTAL
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Fig. 1.5 Activity 4: Body Cavities & Serous Membrane Relationships 1. The two subdivisions of the dorsal body cavity are the cranial cavity & vertebral cavity. 2. The two main subdivisions of the ventral body cavity are the thoracic cavity & abdominopelvic cavity.
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