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LECTURE 4 Anatomical Terminology and Body Cavi9es Chap.1 (pg. 6-­૒13)
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• In the anatomical position the human body is erect, with the feet only slightly apart, head and toes pointed forward (toward observer), and arms hanging at the sides with palms facing forward. Anatomical Position (a common visual reference point) Gross Anatomy: Anatomical Terminology
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Anatomical Terminology: Directional Terminology
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Anatomical Terminology: Directional Terminology
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Anatomical Terminology: Directional Terminology
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Anatomical Terminology: Directional Terminology
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Anatomical Terminology: Body Planes & Sections
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Anatomical Terminology: Body Planes & Sections Øඏ In anatomy, the body is o0en sec2oned (cut) along a flat surface called a plane (e.g. frontal, sagi=al, transverse) Øඏ A sec2on (cut) bears the name of the plane along which it is cut Øඏ Objects can look strange & difficult to interpret (the overall shape) from a sec2on Øඏ This becomes easier with prac2ce
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Coronal (frontal) plane/section: -Lies vertically and divides body into anterior and posterior parts Transverse plane/section: -Runs horizontally & divides body into superior and inferior parts -This is often called Cross section Sagittal plane/section: -Runs longitudinally & divides body into right and left parts i. Median (midsagittal) plane -Divides the body into equal parts ii. Parasagittal plane -All other sagittal planes and sections cut along these planes Anatomical Terminology: Body Planes & Sections
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Anatomical Terminology: Body Regions
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Anatomical Terminology: Body Regions
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Anatomical Terminology: Body Regions - Nine Abdominopelvic Regions Liver Gallbladder Ascending colon of large intestine Small intestine Cecum Appendix Diaphragm
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