Lab 1 Notes

Lab 1 Notes - Lab 1 Exercise 1 The Language of Anatomy pp....

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Lab 1 Exercise 1 The Language of Anatomy pp. 1-9 A. Anatomical Position B. Surface Anatomy - Axial = head, neck, and trunk - Appendicular = relating to limbs and their attachments to the axis 1. Anterior body landmarks Antebrachial Antecubital Axillary Brachial Buccal Carpal Cervical Coxal Crural Digital Femoral Frontal Hallux Inguinal Mammary Mental Nasal Oral Orbital Palmar Patellar Pedal Pelvic Fibular (peroneal) Pollex Pubic Sternal Tarsal Thoracic Umbilical 2. Posterior body landmarks Acromial Brachial Calcaneal Cephalic Dorsum Femoral Gluteal Lumbar Manus Occipital Olecranal Otic Perineal Plantar Popliteal Sacral Scapular Sural Vertebral C. Body Orientation and Direction Superior/inferior Anterior/posterior Medial/lateral Cephalad (cranial)/caudal Dorsal/ventral Proximal/distal Superficial (external)/deep (internal) D. Planes and Sections 1. Sagittal [midsagittal/median, parasagittal] 2. Frontal or Coronal 3. Horizontal or Transverse [x-section] 1
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E. Body Cavities 1. Dorsal Body Cavity a. Cranial Cavity b. Vertebral (spinal) Canal 2. Ventral Body Cavity a. Thoracic Cavity (chest cavity) 1) two pleural cavities 2) mediastium b. Abdominopelvic Cavity 1) abdominal cavity 2) pelvic cavity Serous membranes of the ventral body cavity.
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