Vision - The frontal plane extends through the long axis of...

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Vision a. refraction- bending of light caused be changing media 1) myopia- nearsighted 2) hyperopia- farsighted 3) astigmatism- blurred vision near and far due to unequal curvature of corner Soleal (or popliteal) line and adjacent surface of tibia; proximal third of posterior surface of fibula Calcaneus through tendon-calcaneus Plantar flexion of foot Rectus Abdominis T6-T12 Public crest and Symphysis Xiphoid process and costal cartilage of ribs 5-7 Flex and rotate lumbar region: fix and depress ribs, Stabilize pelvis during walking Masseter CR V Zygomatic arch and maxilla Angle and ramus of mandible Closure of jaw and elevates mandible
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Unformatted text preview: The frontal plane extends through the long axis of the body (that is, along the body’s length). Also called the coronal plane, it divides the body into anterior (front) and posterior (back) portions. The sagittal plane also extends through the body’s long axis, but divides the body into right and left portions. Thoraic cavity – above diaphragm Abdominal cavity – below diaphragm Cranial – brain center of retina called optic disk (blind spot) Macula lutea- yellowish spot lateral to optic disk, in center a depression called fovea centralis with cones...
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