400 - The Skeletal System "AschildrenoftheLord...

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¡ "As children of the Lord  we should strive every  day to rise to a higher  level of personal  righteousness in all of our  actions."  ¡ President James E.  Faust Ensign, May 2005, 68
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Review ¡ What plane divides the body into superior  and inferior halves? ¡ What plane divides the body into right  and left halves? ¡ What does cephalad mean?
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¡ All descriptions in human anatomy are  expressed in relation to the  anatomical  position ¡ The planes of the body are: l     frontal  or coronal l     sagittal l    transverse or  horizontal
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Abdominal Regions
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Abdominal Regions
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Abdominal Regions
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Body Cavities ¡ A. Dorsal Cavity -- contains the  CNS l Cranial cavity -  brain l Spinal (vertebral) cavity -  spinal cord
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Anatomical Terminology ¡ The word  root  is the  subject  or main part  of the word ¡ The  combining form  for most anatomical  terms is the vowel  o ¡ suffix  is added to the  end  of a word  root or combining form to  change  its  meaning
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Review ¡ Erythro ¡ Ede ¡ Oculo ¡ Lip ¡ Hyster ¡ Troph ¡ crani Red Skull Fat Uterus Swell Eye nurture
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Fundamental Movements ¡ movement: a change in relationship  between  body parts ¡ flexion: movement in the  sagittal  plane ¡ abduction: in the  frontal  plane  away  from the  anatomical position ¡ adduction: in the  frontal  plane  back  to the  anatomical position ¡ pronation: triplanar movement which 
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REMEMBER ¡ Internal/external rotation  transverse  plane ¡ Pronation/supination (forearm)        transverse plane ¡ Thumb flexion/extension         frontal  plane ¡ Thumb abduction/adduction   sagittal 
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course EXSC 400 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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