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Transition from Stylion LOCATE MEDIAL CLAVICLE ©R
Mesosternale 1 - ENCOMPASS CLAVICLE AND FIRST RIB ©R
Mesosternale 2 - MOVE THUMBS THEN FINGERS TO ENCOMPASS SECOND RIB ©R
Mesosternale 3 - MOVE THUMBS THEN FINGERS TO ENCOMPASS THIRD RIB ©R
Mesosternale 4 - MOVE THUMBS THEN FINGERS TO ENCOMPASS FOURTH RIB ©R
Mesosternale MARK LANDMARK ON STERNUM AT MID-JUNCTION (OR ARTICULATION) OF FOURTH RIBS ©R
Mesosternale VIEW OF MARKED SITE ©R
Iliocristale LOCATE SUPERIOR ILIAC CREST IN MID-FRONTAL PLANE ©R
Iliocristale RELOCATE SUPERIOR ILIAC CREST IN MID-FRONTAL PLANE ©R
Iliocristale MARK LANDMARK ©R
Iliocristale CHECK LANDMARK (skinfold site is superior) ©R
Iliospinale LOCATE MOST INFERIOR POINT OF THE ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINE (FEMALE) ©R
Iliospinale LOCATE MOST INFERIOR POINT OF THE ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINE (MALE) SITE IS SUPERIOR ON MALES COMPARED TO FEMALES. ©R
Iliospinale RELOCATE LANDMARK ©R
Iliospinale MARK LANDMARK ©R
Iliospinale CHECK LANDMARK ©R
Trochanterion FOOT ELEVATED ON BOX ©R
Trochanterion LOCATE HEAD OF FEMUR WITH HAND ©R
Trochanterion PALPATE SUPERIOR ASPECT OF GREATER TROCHANTER WITH FIRM PRESSURE FROM LATERAL SIDE OF THUMB ©R
Trochanterion RELEASE AND RELOCATE LANDMARK WITH INDEX FINGER ©R
Trochanterion MARK LANDMARK ©R
Trochanterion CHECK LANDMARK ©R
Trochanterion MARKED LANDMARK ©R
Tibiale Laterale PALPATE WITH SIDE OF THUMB FROM ANTERIOR TOWARDS POSTERIOR ©R.
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Movements That Occur at Joints. Flexion- Bending part of a joint as that the angle between them decreases Extension- Straightening parts of a joint so.
Congress Middle School Pre-Medical Magnet Program 2008 Presented by: Diana Herec, Medical Magnet Coordinator.
Anterior Capsule Stretch Sit or kneel with your elbow and hand supported and directly out to the side of your body. With the hand of the uninvolved arm,
Medical Terminology Unit 2 Students will apply medical terminology. Objective 1: Identify and utilize anatomical positions, planes, and directional terms.
Chapter # - Chapter Title $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4 Topic 5 FINAL ROUND.
Biology 210 Chapter 8: Skeletal Tissues Supplement 1 By John McGill Material contributed by Beth Wyatt & Jack Bagwell.
Cardiovascular System Part II. Blood Vessels Vascular system: A closed transport system where blood circulates through the blood vessels Arteries:
CHAPTER 1 POWERPOINT REVIEW. Anatomy is A.the study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts. B.the study of how the body and its parts function.
Anatomy & Physiology Human Structure & Human Function.
NORMAL X-RAY TRACHEA AORTIC KNOB (ARCH) CARINA HILUM HEART COSTOPHRENIC SULCUS DIAPHRAGM.
Within our bodies we have many different parts which form our skeleton. These bones help to support and protect our bodies. What to do: Select the Skeleton.
Vesterby’s Cat Dissection 2013 Introduction (read this first) Welcome to cat dissection 2010! Each day will begin with logging on to your computer, putting.
The function of the skeletal system, Types of bone and planes of movement.
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