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Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: A01.01 Describe a person in anatomical position.HAPS Topic: Module A01 Anatomical position.Learning Objective: 01.04.01 Describe the anatomic position and its importance in the study of anatomy.Section: 01.04aTopic: Body OrientationShort Answer Questions41. Describe the positions of the thumbs and the palms of the hands in the anatomic position.Thumbs point out, palms face forward. Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: A01.01 Describe a person in anatomical position.HAPS Topic: Module A01 Anatomical position.Learning Objective: 01.04.01 Describe the anatomic position and its importance in the study of anatomy.Section: 01.04aTopic: Body Orientation1-
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Chapter 01 - Sciences of Anatomy and PhysiologyTrue / False Questions42. In the anatomic position, the specimen rests horizontally on the examination table and thearms are extended away from the torso.
Bloom's Level: 2. UnderstandHAPS Objective: A01.01 Describe a person in anatomical position.HAPS Topic: Module A01 Anatomical position.Learning Objective: 01.04.01 Describe the anatomic position and its importance in the study of anatomy.Section: 01.04aTopic: Body OrientationMultiple Choice Questions43. The word _____ implies an imaginary flat surface passing through the body.
Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: A02.01 Identify the various planes in which a body might be dissected.HAPS Topic: Module A02 Body planes & sections.Learning Objective: 01.04.02 Describe the anatomic sections and planes through the body.Section: 01.04bTopic: Body Orientation1-
Chapter 01 - Sciences of Anatomy and Physiology44. A plane that passes through the structure at an angle is called:
Bloom's Level: 2. UnderstandHAPS Objective: A02.01 Identify the various planes in which a body might be dissected.HAPS Topic: Module A02 Body planes & sections.Learning Objective: 01.04.02 Describe the anatomic sections and planes through the body.Section: 01.04bTopic: Body Orientation45. A(n) _______ plane separates the body into superior and inferior parts. A.transverse B. oblique C. sagittal D. coronal E. frontal
Bloom's Level: 1. RememberHAPS Objective: A02.02 Describe the appearance of a body presented along various planes.HAPS Topic: Module A02 Body planes & sections.Learning Objective: 01.04.02 Describe the anatomic sections and planes through the body.Section: 01.04bTopic: Body Orientation1-
Chapter 01 - Sciences of Anatomy and Physiology

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