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Lab Week 1 Study Guide - Week 1 anatomy lab assignment 1...

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Week 1 anatomy lab assignment 1- Introduction to the lab (by GTAs/ TAs) 2- Review the lab syllabus quickly 3- Review the week 1 lab learning material from the lab syllabus 4- Find the structures on pictures, posters, and anatomical models using your lab Atlas, or text book, or PAL or lecture notes 5- Use other files containing labeled pictures from our own anatomical models 6- Work individually and / or in small groups. 7- Library Reserve Desk has also some models for studying (volunteer TAs will be available to assist you in learning over there). *Check for their availability through your GTAs/ TAs.
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Planes of the Body Frontal (Coronal) Midsagittal (Median) Parasagittal Transverse Oblique
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Dr. M. Samsam University of Central Florida Pictures are taken from anatomical models in our lab. The references of the other pictures are mentioned. Major bones, muscles, and vessels of the back
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Vertebral column Vertebral column forms the basic structure of the trunk.
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  • Fall '07
  • SA
  • Vertebra, Bones of the torso, dorsal root, Superior articular facet, Clinically Oriented Anatomy, Lateral Horn Ventral Horn Horn

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