GROSS ANATOMICAL ORIENTATION

GROSS ANATOMICAL ORIENTATION - of anatomical terminology...

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GROSS ANATOMICAL ORIENTATION First baby steps, then you walk, then you run… In BIO 180 we will build the foundation on which you can base your education in the health care field. I. Levels of Organization Chemical Cellular Tissue Organ System
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II. Anatomical/Medical Terminology *The science of anatomy is especially rich in vocabulary, so that the learning of anatomy has been likened to learning a second language… *It was the ancient Greeks who first accepted anatomy as a science, so the majority
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Unformatted text preview: of anatomical terminology has Greek or Latin origins: anatomy cytology **Learn to break words down into roots, prefixes and suffixes!! III. Descriptive Terminology *clues as to the location of structures Anatomical Position: Directional Terminology: Regional Terminology Planes of Reference: IV. Body Cavities function: Two Principal Cavities: 1. Posterior (dorsal) Body Cavity 2. Anterior (ventral) Body Cavity...
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2011 for the course BIO 180 taught by Professor Sarahbales during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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