IMG - Body Organization and Anatomical Terminology I....

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Body Organization and Anatomical Terminology I. PLANES OF REFERENCE II. TERMINOLOGY ru, BODY REGIONS (there are regions and cavities) Specific local areas Identification on surface Contain internal organs A. Head and Neck TRLINK (clavicles to pubis) B. Thora#Chest C. Abdomen-9 regions, 4 quadrants c Abdominal Organs ' Anterior D. Pelvis---Pubis, Perineum (UG and Anal Triangles) Posterior Abdomino Pelvic Region 3
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V. Body Membranes Mucous: Lines lumen; nasal and from mouth to anus Serous: 1. Lines body cavities b. Lesser Omentum c. Greater Omentum d. Retroperitoneal e. Mesentary 2. Covers, separates and supports the viscera Thoracic: a. pleurae-visceral, parietal, and cavity b. pericardium-visceral, parietal and cavity Abdominopelvic: a. Peritoneal-visceral, parietal and the cavity 5
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of Tissues Outline I. Epithelial Tissue II. Connective Tissue 1. Emblyonic 2. Connective tissue proper: reticular loose adipose dense regular dense irregular elastic 3. Cartilage: hyaline, elastic, fibroca*ilage 4, Bone: spongy and compact 5. Vascular (Blood): formed elements
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