Language of anatomy lab

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Ex. 1 Language of anatomy Lab Objectives: At the completion of this lab you should be able to: Describe these body regions, directions, surfaces, and planes. Identify them on yourself, on a model, and  on a figure. Anatomical position (fig. 1.1) Anterior terms (fig. 1.2a): abdominal, antecubital, axillary, brachial, buccal, carpal, cervical,  coxal, deltoid, digital, femoral, fibular, inguinal, nasal, oral, orbital, patellar, pelvic, pubic,  sternal, tarsal, thoracic, umbilical Posterior body regions/landmarks (fig 1.2b): cephalic, gluteal, lumbar, occipital, popliteal,  sacral, scapular, vertebral Body direction/orientation (fig. 1.3): superior, inferior, anterior (ventral), dorsal (posterior),  medial, lateral, proximal, distal, superficial, deep
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