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Anatomical Positions Planes of the Body Anatomical Movements Bones Muscles of the Body Joints of the Body
Away from the midline of the body. A 100
What is Lateral Movement? A 100
Towards the midline of the body. A 200
What is Medial Movement? A 200
In front of the body. A 300
What is Anterior? A 300
Behind your body. A 400
What is Posterior? A 400
Lying on one’s back. A 500
What is Supine? A 500
Vertical plane that bisects the body into right and left. B 100
What at Median/Midsaggital Plane? B 100
Vertical plane that bisects the body into front and back. B 200
What is a Coronal/Frontal Plane? B 200
Horizontal plane that bisects the body into top and bottom B 300
What is Transvers/Horizontal Plane? B 300
The point at which the medial, frontal and transverse planes intersect. B 400
Centre of gravity. B 400
Imaginary flat surfaces that divide the human body. B 500
What is planes of the body? B 500
Reduces the angle between two (2) bones at a joint. C 100
What is Flexion? C 100
Bringing the top of the foot toward the lower leg or shin. C 200
What is Dorsiflexion? C 200
When the palm is moved to face posteriorly. C 300
What is Pronation? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
A cone of movement that does not include any rotation. C 400
What is Circumduction? C 400
Moving segment towards the midline of the body. C 500
What is Adduction? C 500
Includes femur and humerus. D 100
What are long bones? D 100
Includes bones of the skull, scapula, ribs, sternum and clavicle. D 200
What are flat bones? D 200
Includes bones of your face and vertabrae. D 300
What are irregular bones? D 300
Includes bones of the trasals and carpals D 400
What are short bones? D 400
Makes up 60%-70% of bone weight. D 500
What is Calcium carbonate and calcium phosphate? D 500
Muscle responsible for flexion of the elbow E 100
What are the Biceps Brachii? E 100
Muscles of the deltoid. E 200
What are: Anterior, Lateral and Posterior Deltoids? E 200
Muscle which allows the body to twist. E 300
What are the obliques? E 300
Total number of muscles in the human body (for most people.) E 400
What is 600. E 400
“Not funny Royiwsky. Gosh!” -Christian Gallipoli E 500
What are the Hamstrings? E 500
Uniaxial F 100
What is the Pivot Joint? F 100
Multiaxial. F 200
What is a Ball and Socket Joint? F 200
Uniaxial F 300
Plane (Gliding) Joint. F 300
Biaxial. F 400
What is a saddle joint? F 400
This joint surface is an ovular convex shape, and the other is a reciprocally shaped concave surface. F 500
What is a Condyloid (Knuckle) Joint? F 500
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