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Nomenclature 9/13/2010 September 21, 2010 12:23 PM Nomenclature Page 1
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Plane is always 2D Can only see what's one the plane, NOT what's behind = Anatomy studied by slides Applies to microscopic as well (i.e. blood vessel) <-- horizontal in human body (bottom left image Mid-sagittal = cutting in right middle (left = right) Parasagittal = cutting off center <-- cutting human left / right ** transverse & sagittal & frontal plane is infinite (cervix = neck) ** Know the name of the region of the body in various names
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Unformatted text preview: Nomenclature Page 3 To see the standard of the position of the body ○ (usual standard position: palms forwards & standing straight) i.e. thumbs lateral to my fingers ○ <-- when palm position becomes very important! [Proximal vs. Distal] Proximal: close to attachment point-Distal: away from attachment point-Terms used to describe digestive system and respiratory system -[Rostral vs. Caudal] Rostral: front (i.e. nose)-Caudal: tail (i.e. apoxis or back)-Nomenclature Page 4 Nomenclature Page 5...
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