worksheet 1 - Lab 1 Terminology and General Osteology...

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Lab 1: Terminology and General Osteology Exercise 1. For each of the following anatomical directions write down the term that has the opposite meaning. Proximal / Superior / Superficial / Anterior / Medial / Palmar / Plantar / Labial / For each of the following types of movement, write down the movement that will return a part of the body to its original position (opposes). Flexion / Abduction / Pronation / Inversion / At your tables work in groups to demonstrate the following to each other: Extension at the hip Flexion at the hip Extension at the shoulder Flexion at the shoulder Flexion at the elbow Extension at the wrist Pronation of the forearm Abduction of the fingers Inversion at the ankle Opposition of the thumb Complete the following description of the anatomical position with the correct words from the following choices (may be used more than once or not at all) flexed, extended, abducted, erect, laterally, anterior, posterior, supinated, pronated I n the anatomical position the body is ___________. The upper and lower limbs are adducted and _______________. The forearms are _____________ so that the palms of the hands face ______________. The toes point ______________.
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Exercise 2. Look at the sectioned long bone on your table and identify the
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course ANP 300 taught by Professor Grine during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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