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Vocabulary Identify the following body regions (landmarks) on diagrams, or by description. Cranial facial frontal orbital otic Nasal buccal oral mental occipital Sternal pectoral mammary umbilical coxal Pubic scapular vertebral lumbar acromial Axillary brachial antecubital olecranal antebrachial Carpal manual palmar digital inguinal Gluteal femoral patellar popliteal crural Fibular sural tarsal pedal plantar Calcaneal digital Use the following directional terms to indicate relative position on diagrams, or by description : 1) superior 2) inferior 3) anterior (ventral) 4) posterior (dorsal) 5) medial 6) lateral 7) ipsilateral 8) contralateral 9) intermediate 10) superficial 11) deep 12) proximal 13) distal Identify the following body planes and sections on models, diagrams, or by description : 1) frontal (coronal) 2) sagittal (midsagittal (median), parsagittal) 3) transverse (cross section, horizontal) 4) sections of cylindrical structures (cross-section, longitudinal)
Identify the following body cavities on models and diagrams . (The student should be able to identify and describe the diaphragm on models and diagrams.) 1) ventral cavity a) thoracic cavity 1. pleural cavity 2. pericardial cavity 3. mediastinum b) abdominopelvic cavity 1. abdominal cavity 2. pelvic cavity 2) dorsal cavity a) cranial cavity b) spinal cavity Identify the following abdominal regions on diagrams : 1) Quadrants a) left upper quadrant b) right upper quadrant c) left lower quadrant d) right lower quadrant 2) Regions - Anatomical Method a) right hypochondriac region b) left hypochondriac region c) epigastric region d) right lumbar region
e) left lumbar region f) umbilical region g) right iliac (inguinal) region h) left iliac (inguinal) region i) hypogastric region

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