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Z331 Fall 2010 Ecampus Week 2 Lecture 1 Anatomical Positions Posted

Z331 Fall 2010 Ecampus Week 2 Lecture 1 Anatomical Positions Posted

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Week 2: Lecture 1: Chapter 1 –   An  Introduction To The Human Body: Anatomical  Positions and Language
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The Language of Anatomy Many anatomical terms contain Latin & Greek  roots, prefixes & suffixes:  a-          without (avascular= without vessels)                        super-         above (superior=at a higher  level) Infra-      Below bi-      two (biceps-two heads) -cyte      cell Osteo-      Bone Chondro-    Cartilage
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Table 1-2, 17 1-6, 16
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Figure 1–6, 16
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KEY CONCEPT Anatomical position hands at sides, palms forward Supine lying down, face up Prone lying down, face down http://www.medtrng.com/supineprone.gif
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Figure 1–7, 17 Abdominopelvic Quadrants and Regions 4 abdominopelvic  quadrants around  umbilicus 9 abdominopelvic  regions
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Figure 1–7, 17 Abdominopelvic Quadrants and Regions
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Which Direction?  
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