Exercise 1d directional terms complete the sentences

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Exercise 1D. Directional Terms Complete the sentences using directional terms. Use Figure 1.5 for reference. 1. The clavicle is superior to the ribs. 2. The ribs are lateral to the sternum. 3. The humerus is proximal to the radius. 4. The ulna is medial to the radius. 5. The tibia is distal to the femur. 6. The right humerus and the right radius are ipsilateral 7. The pelvic girdle is inferior to the ribs. 8. The sternum is anterior to the vertebral column. 9. The scapula is posterior to the clavicle. 10. The right fibula and left fibula are contralateral Using Your Knowledge (Pages 11-12) Exercise 1A. Body Regions, Anatomical Terminology, and Directional Terms 1. A 55-year-old male presented with an irregularly shaped and abnormally pigmented mole in the left scapular region, just lateral to the vertebrae. Indicate on Figure 1.6 where this mole is likely to be found. 2. A 37-year-old female presented to the emergency room with a severe burn (3rd degree) on the right brachial region just proximal to the antecubital region. Indicate on Figure 1.6 where the laceration is likely to be found. . .
3. A 19-year-old female was identified by a tattoo on the fibular surface of the right leg just proximal to the tarsal region. Indicate on Figure 1.6 where the tattoo is likely to be found. Questions 4–7 have italicized words that are derived from word roots used to form the adjectives in Table 1.1. Using the locations suggested by the italicized words, answer questions 4–7. 4. Is the popliteal artery proximal or distal to the femoral
5. Is the pectoralis major muscle anterior or posterior to the subscapularis muscle?
6. Is the sternocleidomastoid muscle superior or inferior to the rectus abdominis muscle?
7. Are the thoracic vertebrae medial or lateral to the scapulae
Exercise 1B. Body Planes and Sections Figure 1.7 (in book) contains three different sections through the thorax. Indicate which section (view a, b, or c) is a: 8. Frontal section 9. Sagittal section 10. Transverse (axial) section A C B

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