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HKIN 191 Lab 1: Basic anatomy: landmarks, directions and nomenclature HKin191 page 1 of 2 JLR 2009 The purpose of this lab is to become familiar with the standard nomenclature used in anatomy (and science in general). Fill in the tables or answer the questions. Most of the terms in the lists and the answers to the questions can be found in the textbook (you may have to look some up on-line). 1) Orientations and locations Fill in the following table: Word Definition Give an example of an organ/structure relative to the following organs/structures: (e.g. the bladder is inferior to the stomach) Inferior Stomach: bladder Deep Rectus abdominus: Anterior Spine: Medial Arm: Superficial Brain: Visceral Parietal pleura: Distal Metatarsals: Ipsilateral Left kidney: Superior Chest: Cranial Coccyx: Medullary Adrenal cortex: Parietal Visceral pleura: Ventral Stomach: Contralateral Right kidney: Dorsal Trachea: Lateral Scapula: Posterior Sternum: Intermediate Left and right ribs: Caudal Cervical vertebrae:
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