anatomylab1 - Human Anatomy 113 Anatomical Terminology...

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Human Anatomy 113 All descriptions of the human body are based on the assumption that the person is in the anatomical position. A person in the anatomical position is standing erect with the head, eyes and toes directed forward, the heels and toes together, and the upper limbs at the sides with palms forward. PLANES OF THE BODY 1 Anatomical Terminology Laboratory (a) Median (midsagittal) (b) Frontal (coronal) plane (c) Transverse plane
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DESCRIPTIVE TERMS anterior (ventral): posterior (dorsal): superior (cranial): inferior (caudal): medial: lateral: proximal: distal: deep (internal): superficial (external): plantar : dorsum (dorsal): 2
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TERMS OF MOVEMENT flexion: extension: abduction: adduction: opposition: supination (supine position): pronation (prone position): medial rotation: lateral rotation: 3
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TERMS OF MOVEMENT (continued) circumduction: dorsiflexion: plantar flexion: inversion: eversion: 4
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DIRECTIONAL TERMINOLOGY Locate and label the following: Anterior Proximal Posterior Distal Inferior Medial Superior Lateral 5
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course ANA 113 taught by Professor Tamburlin during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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