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Title: Anatomy


1
Anatomy Physiology
  • An Overview

2
Divisions
  • Gross Anatomy observation of large anatomical
    structures without the use of instrumentation or
    equipment
  • Microscopic Anatomy Study of cells
    (cytology)and tissues (histology)
  • Radiological Anatomy noninvasive method of
    looking inside the body uses X-rays, Cat scans,
    MRIs , PET scans, etc

3
Body Sections
  • Sagittal (arrow) any plane that cuts the body
    into right and left sides
  • Midsagittal plane that divides equally
  • Parasagittal plane that divides unequally

4
Midsaggital
Parasaggital
5
  • Transverse horizontal plane that cuts into
    upper and lower portions.
  • Frontal (Coronal) vertical plane that cuts into
    front and back sections

6
Transverse
Coronal (Frontal)
7
Positional Terms
  • Superior above
  • Inferior below
  • Anterior (ventral on 2 legs)) toward the front
  • Posterior (dorsal on 2 legs) toward the back
  • Medial toward the midline
  • Lateral toward the sides
  • Proximal closer to the torso
  • Distal farther from the torso

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Body Cavities
  • Cranial brain cavity
  • Spinal (vertebral) spine
  • Thoracic heart and lungs
  • Abdominal (sometimes called abdominopelvic
    cavity) guts

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  • Superior
  • Inferior
  • Medial
  • Lateral
  • Proximal
  • Distal
  • Cranial
  • Caudal
  • 12) Palmar
  • 13) plantar

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Levels of Organization
  • Cellular
  • Tissue
  • Organ
  • Organ system
  • Organism

13
  • Want some practice on directional terms and
    such?

http//www.wiley.com/legacy/college/bio/tortora366
927/resources/student/anatomydrill/ch1.html
http//www.proprofs.com/flashcards/story.php?title
directional-terms-anatomy-lab
http//bio-alive.com/tutorials/anatomy.htm
http//www.medtrng.com/quia.htm
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