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Body Planes body planes demo

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Name the planes in these figures:

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How would you name them? Which is the front?

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Body Planes

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Mid-sagittal or Midline

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Body Planes Mid-sagittal or Midline Coronal or Frontal

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Body Planes Mid-sagittal or Midline Coronal or Frontal Transverse or Horizontal

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Directional Terms:

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Planes and directional terms:

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Translate between medical and laymans terms Frontal plane = Coronal plane Transverse plane = Horizontal plane Mid-saggital plane = Midline Ventral = Front Dorsal = Back Anterior = Front Posterior = Back

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The Matching Game Each person has a card with a medical or laymans term on it Get UP! Find your match. Trade cards with someone else a few times as you walk around the room. At teachers signal, Find your new match! Repeat….

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Body Planes revisited:

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Coronal = Frontal

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Body Planes revisited: Coronal = Frontal Transverse = Horizontal

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Body Planes revisited: Coronal = Frontal Transverse = Horizontal Mid-sagittal = Midline

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You are the CSI agent Mark the location of the injury described in the medical report. Deep Knife wound: Left anterior lateral chest, superior to the iliac crest

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You are the CSI agent Mark the location of the injury described in the medical report. Spider bite: Inferior to the umbilicus, on the midsaggital line, with deep necrosis

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You are the CSI agent Mark the location of the injury described in the medical report. Superficial Burn: Right leg, medial surface, just distal to the knee

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Where have you seen this?

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Just the Math: signed distances In 3 dimensional space, using Cartesian coordinates, the coordinates are the signed distances to 3 perpendicular planes

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Just the Math: Every point in space has a unique location denoted by the point (x,y,z) The x value is the signed distance from the x-axis. Likewise with y and z.

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Just the Math: Plot the point (2,4,5)

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Just the Math: Plot the point (2,4,5)

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Just the Math: Plot the point (-4,4,4)

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Just the Math: Plot the point (-4,4,4)

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How well do you know you terms?

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Planes of the Banana Cut banana across the Transverse plane, leaving Posterior peel to be cut along its mid-saggital plane to form legs. Cut superior peel back to its coronal plane, dividing the anterior peel to form arms for the banana.

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Planes of the Banana Write name on paper plate, for later grading and display Label the 3 planes on the banana peel, a pen writes very well on banana peel Use a tooth pick (spaghetti noodle) to injure your banana, leaving it in the wound Describe the wound location with the appropriate medical terms, a minimum of 3 terms

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