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Week 2 Study Questions - Study Questions Week 2 For...

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Study Questions – Week 2 For instructions, please see previous Study Questions. Lecture 1: Chapter 1: Anatomical Position 1. What is anatomical position? What is the position of the hands and feet in anatomical position? 2. What is meant by: anterior, posterior, ventral, dorsal, inferior, superior, medial, lateral, proximal, distal, cranial, caudal, rostral? a. Which plane cuts the body into left and right halves? i. What do we call this plane if it goes right through the middle or off center a bit? b. Which plane cuts the body into inferior and superior sections? c. Which plane cuts the body into anterior and posterior sections? Lecture 2: Chapter 7: Skeleton Overview 3. Describe the gross anatomy of the bones of the skeleton – give 6 shape categories and an example of a bone that fits each category. 4. Why aren’t bones perfectly smooth structures with no elevations or projections or grooves? Lecture 3: Chapters 7 & 8: Axial and Appendicular Skeleton 5. What is the axial skeleton?
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