Objective List for Practical #1 (1).pdf - Objective List for Practical#1 Exercise 1 Body Organization and Terminology Six Levels of Organization

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1 Objective List for Practical #1 Exercise 1: Body Organization and Terminology ° Six Levels of Organization ° Organelles ( chemical level) ° Cells (cellular level) ° Tissues (Tissue level) ° Organs (organ level) ° Systems (Organ system level) ° Organism (organismal level) ° Anatomical Terms ° Planes and Sections ° Sagittal Planes ° Median or midsagittal plane ° Parasagittal plane ° Coronal (frontal) plane ° Transverse (horizontal) plane ° Three Types of Anatomical Sections ° Longitudinal Sections ° Sagittal sections ° Coronal sections ° Transverse (cross) Sections ° Oblique Sections ° Directional Terms of Relationship and Comparison (Table 1.1 - you must know all of the information from this table) ° Superior (cranial) ° Distal ° Inferior (caudal) ° Superficial (external) ° Anterior (ventral) ° Deep (internal) ° Posterior (dorsal) ° Parietal ° Medial ° Visceral ° Lateral ° Ipsilateral ° Intermediate ° Contralateral ° Proximal
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2 ° Body Regions ° Anterior ° Posterior ° Frontal (forehead ) ° Occipital ( base of skull) ° Cephalic (head) ° Acromial (shoulder) ° Cranial (skull) ° Scapular (shoulder blade) ° Facial (face) ° Dorsal (back) ° Cervical (neck) ° Vertebral (backbone) ° Orbital or ocular (eye) ° Olecranal (back of elbow) ° Otic (ear) ° Lumbar (lower back) ° Nasal (nose) ° Sacral (sacrum) ° Buccal or cheek ° Manual (hand) ° Oral (mouth) ° Gluteal (buttocks) ° Mental (chin) ° Popliteal (back of knee) ° Trunk ° Sural (calf) ° Thoracic (chest) ° Calcaneal (heel of foot) ° Abdominal (abdomen) ° Plantar (sole) ° Pelvis (pelvic) ° Upper Extremity (arm) ° Sternal (breast bone) ° Lower Extremity (leg) ° Axillary (armpit) ° Brachial (arm) ° Mammary or breast ° Antecubital (front of elbow) ° Umbilical or navel ° Antebrachial (forearm) ° Carpal (wrist) ° Palmar (palm) ° Pollex (thumb) ° Digital or phalangeal (fingers) ° Inguinal (groin) ° Pubic (genitals) ° Femoral (thigh) ° Patellar (kneecap) ° Crural (leg) ° Tarsal (ankle) ° Digital or phalangeal (toes) ° Hallux (great toe) ° Pedal (foot)
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3 ° Body Cavities ° Axial Division ° Dorsal (posterior) cavity ° Cranial cavity ° Spinal (vertebral) cavity ° Ventral (anterior) cavity ° Thoracic cavity ° Two pleural cavities and the mediastinum ° Abdominopelvic (peritoneal) cavity ° abdominal cavity ° pelvic cavity ° Additional smaller cavities ° Orbital cavity ° Nasal cavity ° Paranasal sinuses ° Oral cavity ° Serous Membranes ° Thoracic Cavity ° Associated with the Pericardium ° Parietal layer ° Visceral layer ° Associated with the Pleura ° Parietal layer ° Visceral layer ° Abdominopelvic Cavity ° Associated with the Peritoneum ° Parietal layer ° Mesentery ° Visceral layer ° Mucous Membranes
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4 ° Anatomical Divisions ° Axial Division (includes the head, neck, and trunk) ° Abdominopelvic Region ° Right hypochondriac region ° Epigastric region ° Left hypochondriac region ° Right lumbar region ° Umbilical region ° Hypogastric (pubic) region ° Right inguinal region ° Left inguinal region ° Quadrants: ° Right upper quadrant (RUQ) °
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