Into to Anatomy for Test 1 (Emily)

Into to Anatomy for Test 1 (Emily) - Anatomy: study of the...

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Anatomical position: When standing still and the palms are facing forward. The suface anatomy Anatomy : study of the structure of the human body; morphology Physiology : study of the system and body function Subdivisions : -Suface anatomy : shapes and markings on the body surface -Developmental anatomy : deals with the structural changes in the body throughout the life -Embryology : studying development of the body before birth -Pathologic anatomy: deals with structural changes in the tissues caused by a disease -Functional anatomy : deals with function of the body structures -Radiographic anatomy & imaging techniques
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The Major Cavities Principal Axes: 5-Longitudinal (vertical) axes 6-Transverse (horizontal) axes 7-Sagittal axes
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Principal planes: 8-Median (median sagittal) plane (8). 9-Sagittal (paramedian) plane (9) 10-Frontal (coronal) plane (10) 11-Transverse plane
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Directions in Space: Cranial: toward the head (12) Superior: upward with the body erect (12) Rostral: toward the mouth Caudal: toward the buttocks (13) Inferior: downward with the body erect (13)
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Medial: toward the middle (14) Lateral: away from the middle (15) Medius: in the midline (16) Median: within the median plane Central: toward the center of the body (17) Peripheral: toward surface of the body (18) Anterior: toward the front (19) Ventral: toward the abdomen (19) Posterior: toward the back (20) Dorsal: toward the back (20) Proximal: toward the limb attachment (21) Distal: away from the limb attachment (22) Directions of Movement: Flexion: bending Extension: stretching Abduction: away from the body Adduction: toward the body Rotation: pivoting or rotary motion Circumduction: circular movement
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Diagnostic methods:
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XRay: Found by chance **Physics: o Electron cloud can bombard anode (from cathode) with electrons, lose energy from electron’s inner cloud, and is emitted to parts of body
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2011 for the course HSC 3733 taught by Professor Dr.mohtashemsamsam during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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