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Orientation and Anatomic Terms

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Activity 1

  1. 1. Activity 1: Orientation Chapter 1 – McKinley et al., Human Anatomy, 4e. Objectives: • Obtain and review laboratory syllabus, including instructor contact information, laboratory schedule, grading policies, and safety procedures. • Review basic anatomical terminology, including regional terms, body cavities, directional terms, and body planes. • Fill in the descriptions for each term in your lab manual. • Label regional terms on figures 1 and 2 in your lab manual. 1Compilation: Mohammad Tomaraei
  2. 2. Regional Terms - Axial 2 • Cephalic • Frontal • Occipital • Parietal • Temporal • Auricular • Facial • Buccal • Nasal • Oral • Mental • Orbital • Textbook References: Table: table 1.3 Figure: fig 1.8
  3. 3. Regional Terms - Axial 3 • Cervical • Thoracic • Pectoral • Axillary • Mammary • Sternal • Back / Dorsal • Scapular • Vertebral • Sacral • Abdominal • Pelvic • Inguinal • Pubic
  4. 4. Regional Terms - Appendicular 4 • Superior limb • Deltoid • Brachial • Antecubital • Olecranal • Antebrachial • Manus • Carpal • Dorsum of hand • Palmar • Digital • Pollex
  5. 5. Regional Terms - Appendicular 5 • Inferior limb • Gluteal • Coxal • Femoral • Patellar • Popliteal • Crural • Sural • Pes • Tarsal • Calcaneal • Dorsum of foot • Plantar surface of foot • Digital • Hallux
  6. 6. Regional Terms 6
  7. 7. Regional Terms 7
  8. 8. Regional Terms 8
  9. 9. Body Cavities and Regions 9 • Dorsal cavity or posterior cavity • Cranial cavity • Vertebral canal / cavity • Ventral cavity • Thoracic cavity • Mediastinum (not a true cavity) • Pericardial cavity • Pleural cavities (left and right) • Diaphragm (not a cavity) • Abdominopelvic cavity • Abdominal cavity • Peritoneal cavity • Pelvic cavity • Textbook References: Table: table 1.4 Figure: fig 1.9, 1.10
  10. 10. Body Cavities and Regions 10
  11. 11. Body Cavities and Regions 11 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display.
  12. 12. Abdominopelvic Regions 12 • Epigastric • Hypochondriac (left and right) • Umbilical • Lumbar (left and right) • Hypogastric • Iliac (left and right) • Textbook References: Figure: fig 1.11
  13. 13. Abdominopelvic Regions 13
  14. 14. Directional Terms 14 • Axial / appendicular • Anterior / posterior • Ventral / dorsal • Superior / inferior • Cephalic (cranial) / caudal • Superficial / deep • External / internal • Proximal / distal • Medial / lateral • Supine / prone • Right / left • Textbook References: Figure: fig 1.7
  15. 15. Directional Terms 15Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display.
  16. 16. Body Plane 16 • Transverse / horizontal • Sagittal • Midsagittal / median • Parasagittal • Coronal / frontal • Oblique • Textbook References: Figure: fig 1.5
  17. 17. Body Planes 17

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