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  • The human body How does it work?Cells & organs &systems organelles Inside the Body… Discover… Learn….
  • Sagittal plane— the lengthwise cut that divides the body into right and leftSpecial points portions.of interest: The main anatomical planes of the body Midsagittal (Median)You’ll get to plane—the sagittal section that passes through theknow where the midline and splits the bodymidsagiattal, into equal parts.transverse, The anatomical planes of the body Parasagittal plane—coronal are the Sagittal parallel to the Midsagittal(frontal), plane., the plane but either closer to the Midsagittalsagittal and (median) plane, the left or right of the midline, creates unequal parts.parasagittal Parasagittal plane, the Transverse Transverse (horizontal)planes are (horizontal) plane, plane—the cut that divideslocated. and the Coronal the body into superior and (frontal) plane. inferior portions. Coronal (frontal) plane— the section that divides the Sagittal Transverse Coronal (frontal) body into anterior and posterior portions.
  • Here are the parts of the outside of the body; there is the name and then a picture. Otic Nasal Oral Cervical Acromial Axillary Mammary BrachialAntecubital Abdominal Genital Carpal Palmer Digital Tarsal Antebarchial View slide
  • Sternal- Breastbone Occipital- Back of Head Sacral- Between HipsPectoral region- Chest Acromial- Point of Shoulder Gluteal- Buttock Coxal- Hip Vertebral- Spinal Column Femoral- Thigh Inguinal- Groin Breachial- Arm Popliteal- Back of Knee Umbilical- Navel Dorsal- Back Plantar- Sole Crural- Leg Cubital- Elbow Pedal- Foot Lumbar- Lower Back View slide
  • Match the number with the body region.There may be more than one answer for each Left Lowerregion. ____ Quadrant Umbilical Region _____ Right Upper Quadrant _____ Hypochondriac region _____ Left Upper Quadrant _____ Hypo gastric Region _____ Right Lower Quadrant _____ Inguinal region _____ Episgastric Region _____ Lateral abdominal Region _____ Answers- 4; 9; 2; 5 and 7; 1; 12; 3; 11 and 13; 6; 8 and 10
  • Crime Scene Analysis
  • Victim Evidence Chart
  • Victim Anatomical Analysis FormDetective name: ____________________________Date: ________/_______/_________Complete the victim analysis below: The homicide victim had five substantial wounds found on their body. Wound1, found on the ( medial / lateral ) abdomen, caused internal bleeding within theabdominal wall, due to the fact that the wound was ( superficial / deep ), being atnearly 4 inches deep. The injury occurred (ventrally / dorsally), therefore causingextreme trauma. Wound 2, found ( superior / inferior ) to the spinal column, most likely causedthe victim to lose consciousness. However, because the wound was ( superficial /deep) at only ¼ of an inch, it may appear that this wound did not cause death. Wound 3, a group of stabbing marks along the ( anterior / posterior ) of thevictim, caused extreme amounts of blood loss. Although the wound locations wererandom and sporadic, no single wound was ( central / peripheral ), and thereforecaused no damage of the spinal column. Wound 4, a large blunt force trauma wound to the top of the head, causedbrain hemorrhaging, as well as most likely contributed to the loss of the victim’sconsciousness. Wound 5, a very ( superficial / deep ) wound occurred on the victim’s leftwrist. Because the wound was ( proximal / distal) to the source of blood, the heart,the wound caused the least amount of external blood loss to the victim.
  • Organ Tissues Composed of two or more tissues; Directions: Put the Body A group of cells with similar organs perform one or more organization steps in structure and function, together common functions or set of order. with the extracellular substances functions located between them. Organelle Microscopic structures in the cell; composed of molecules that are specialized to carry out functions the cell Cells The basic units of living organisms; cells are organized into tissues. Chemical Interactions between atoms and their combinations into molecules Organ system Groups of organs with a unique collective Organism A single complete individualKey: 1-Chemical; 2- Organelle; 3- Cell; 4- Tissue; 1-Organ; 6- Organ system; 7- Organism