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Introduction to anatomyMs. Bowman Introduction to anatomy
Body Planes 3 common planes that dissect the bodyBody movements occur in a specific plane
Body Planes Frontal (coronal) Plane- passes vertically through the body, dividing the body into anterior and posterior sections
Body Planes Sagittal Plane- passes vertically through the body, dividing the body into left and right halves
Body Planes Transverse Plane- passes through the body horizontally, dividing the body into upper (superior) and lower (inferior) sections
Anatomical Position The position the body is in for the purposes of description. Face forward Arms at side Palms directed forward Toes directed forward Feet together
Directional Terms Anterior- before or in front ofPosterior- toward the rear or back Which is more anterior, your umbilicus or your spine?
Directional Terms Superior-located higher or aboveInferior-situated under or beneath Which is more inferior, your eyes or your mouth?
Directional Terms Medial-closest to the midline of the bodyLateral-away from the midline of the body Your thumb is _______ to your pinky finger.
Directional Terms Proximal-nearest to the midline/middle of the bodyDistal-further away from the midline/middle of the body Your toes are more ______ than your knees.
Directional Terms Palmar-located in or on the palmDorsal/dorsum-the back of a body part Ventral-the front; anterior *often used in veterinary medicine*
Directional Terms Dorsal-top of the foot Plantar-sole of the foot
*often used in veterinary medicine*Directional Terms Cranial-referring to the cranium; anterior Caudal-referring to the feet; posterior *often used in veterinary medicine*
Directional Terms Superficial-closer to the surface of the bodyDeep-further away from the surface of the body The heart is ______ than the ribs.
Directional Terms Supine-facing upward Prone-facing downward
Body Quadrants and Regions
TERMINOLOGY. TERMINOLOGY ANATOMICAL POSITION –Standing position, feet together, arms at side with palms forward MIDLINE –Imaginary line that runs through.
Dissection Vocabulary Terms. Anterior and Posterior Posterior – toward the rear, tail, or feet Anterior – toward the head.
Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomical Directions NEED TO KNOW. Anatomical Planes Sagittal Plane -- Cuts body in 2 halves; left and right Coronal Plane -- Cuts body in 2 halves;
Introduction Dr : Sherif Mohammed Zaki Assistant professor of anatomy Faculty of medicine Cairo university.
Anatomical Directional Terms
Quiz at the end of the powerpoint For those who have not taken it yet
Anatomy Session 1 At the end of the session student should be able to Describe Regional Terms and Anatomical directional terminology.
TERMINOLOGY. The Language of Anatomy Special terminology is used to prevent misunderstanding The anatomical position refers to individual standing, facing.
PLANES OF MOTION DIRECTIONAL MOVEMENT ANATOMICAL TERMS.
Anatomical Directions and Major Body Regions
The Anatomical Position
Life, Organization, Anatomy & Physiology
Body Directions and Planes. Anatomical Directions Anatomical directions relate to positions on the body. –These terms describe areas of the body. –They.
Body Cavities-Planes-Regions & Directional Terms
Directional Terms Used in Association with the Body Anatomical Terminology.
Anatomical reference systems
Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology
What is Anatomy and Physiology?
Anatomical Directional Terms. Anterior (ventral): In front of, toward the front, toward the belly Posterior (dorsal): Behind, toward the back.
Anatomy Body position and movement terms. Terminology When discussing Anatomy: The terms used assume that the body starts in the anatomical position Proper.
Planes, Position and Movement. Anatomical Position Provides common reference point Standing position Facing forward Arms out Palms facing forward Toes.
ADVANCED BIOLOGY CHAPTER 1 - PART 2. ANATOMICAL POSITION BODY ERECT (STANDING UP) FEET PARALLEL TO EACH OTHER (SHOULDER WIDTH APART) ARMS HANGING AT SIDES.
What are they? These terms are used to explain where parts of the body are in relation to others.
Introduction to Anatomy & Histology and Anatomical Terminology
Directional Terms, Planes, Body Cavities, Body Regions HST.
Anatomic References Body Planes and Body Cavities.
Intro to Sports Medicine Anatomical Directions and Movements.
Anatomical Position. Feet together, forward & slightly turned out Eyes forward and horizontal with the top of the ears Arms at side - no bones crossed.
Human Anatom y. What is anatomy? Anatomy is the study of structures or body parts and their relationships to one another. Anatomy:Gross anatomy – macroscopic.
Intro to the Human Body – Directional Terms, Planes, Quadrants, and Regions HST I.
DISCIPLINES OF ANATOMY Macroscopic Microscopic Developmental Neuroanatomy.
Human Body & Directional Terms
Homeostasis Staying (stasis) the Same (homeo). Warm up Mar. 7 What is something we study in anatomy? Why should you study how the body works? What are.
Body Planes Imaginary lines drawn through the body at various parts to separate the body into sections. Frontal /Coronal plane divides body into front.
Anatomy & Physiology An Overview. Divisions Gross Anatomy – observation of large anatomical structures without the use of instrumentation or equipment.
ALF 20. Description: - Standing - Facing forward - Arms at sides - Palms facing forward - Thumbs pointed out.
Introduction Why do health care providers use medical terminology? Medical terminology is a specialized language used by health care providers.
Medical Terminology Anatomical Position, Directional Terms and Movements.
Relative Positions. Directional Terms The anatomical position of the body is our standard position when discussing anatomy. The body is standing erect.
IN THE NAME OF ALLAH Human body. Introduction to the Human Body.
Copyright © 2012 John Beaumont. REVIEW The upper lip is superior or inferior ?to the chin. The shoulder is to the heart. lateral or medial? The index.
Body Systems. Learning Expectations 1.1 Distinguish between anatomy and physiology. 1.2 Investigate the structure of the major body systems and relate.
Body Planes, Directions, and Cavities
Terminology and the Body Plan
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