Objective List For Practical 1

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Objective List for Practical #1 Exercise 1: Body Organization and Terminology Gross (macroscopic) anatomy regional approach systemic approach Microscopic anatomy cytology histology Six Levels of Organization chemical level cellular level tissue level organ level organ system level organism level Anatomical Terms Anterior Frons or forehead (frontal) Cephalon or head (cephalic) Cranium or skull (cranial) Facies or face (facial) Oris or mouth (oral) Mentis or chin (mental) Axilla or armpit (axillary) Brachium or arm (brachial) Antecubitis or front of elbow (antecubital) Antebrachium or forearm (antebrachial) Carpus or wrist (carpal) Palma or palm (palmar) Pollex or thumb Digits or phalanges or fingers (digital or phalangeal) Patella or kneecap (patellar) Crus or leg (crural) Tarsus or ankle (tarsal) Digits or phalanges or toes (digital or phalangeal) Hallux or great toe Nasus or nose (nasal) Oculus or eye (orbital or ocular) Auris or ear (otic) Bucca or cheek (buccal) Cervicis or neck (cervical)
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Trunk Thoracis or thorax, chest (thoracic) Mamma or breast (mammary) Abdomen (abdominal) Umbilicus or navel (umbilical) Pelvis (pelvic) Manus or hand (manual) Inguen or groin (inguinal) Pubis (pubic) Femur or thigh (femoral) Pes or foot (pedal) Posterior Acromion (acromial) Dorsum or back (dorsal) Olecranon or back of elbow (olecranal) Lumbus or loin (lumbar) Gluteus or buttock (gluteal) Popliteus or back of knee (popliteal) Sura or calf (sural) Calcaneus or heel of foot (calcaneal) Planta or sole of foot (plantar) Cephalon or Head (cephalic) Cervicis or neck (cervical) Upper Limb Lower Limb Anatomical Terms of Relationship and Comparison (Table 1.1 - you must know all of the information from this table) Superior (cranial) Inferior (caudal) Anterior (ventral) Posterior (dorsal) Medial Lateral Intermediate Proximal Distal Superficial (external) Deep (internal) Parietal Visceral Ipsilateral Contralateral
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Sectional Anatomy Sagittal Planes Median or midsagittal plane Parasagittal plane Coronal (frontal) plane Transverse (horizontal) plane Three Types of Anatomical Sections Longitudinal Sections Sagittal sections Coronal sections Transverse (cross) Sections Oblique Sections Organ Systems of the Human Body (You must know that there are 11 and what the eleven are. You will not be required to know all of the major organs and functions at this time.) Integumentary System Skeletal System Muscular System Nervous System Endocrine System Cardiovascular System Lymphatic System Respiratory System Digestive System Urinary System Male Reproductive System Female Reproductive System Regional Anatomy Axial Division (includes the head, neck, and trunk) Abdominopelvic Region Right hypochondriac region Epigastric region Left hypochondriac region Right lumbar region Umbilical region Left lumber region Hypogastric (pubic) region Right inguinal region Left inguinal region Quadrants: Right upper quadrant (RUQ) Right lower quadrant (RLQ) Left upper quadrant (LUQ) Left lower quadrant (LLQ) Appendicular Division (includes the upper and lower limbs)
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Body Cavities Axial Division
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  • Winter '09
  • Naayur
  • Physiology, Anatomy, Bones of the head and neck, Foramina of the skull, Superior articular facet

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