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1 Sponge: Set up Cornell Notes on pg. 19 Topic: 1.5 Anatomical Terminology Essential Question: Write complete sentences correctly using each of the 14 anatomical terms on the bottom 2/3 of pg Atoms, Ions, and Molecules 1.5 Anatomical Terminology Write complete sentences correctly using each of the 14 anatomical terms on the bottom 2/3 of pg. 18

2 2 Anatomical Terminology Anatomical Position – standing erect, facing forward, upper limbs at the sides, palms facing forward Draw a small picture to remind you next to your definition Palms out

3 3 Superior: Top. Or part that is above another part; closer to the head Ex: The Kidneys are superior to the bladder Inferior: Bottom. Or part that is below another part; toward the feet Ex: The bladder is inferior to the kidneys Superior vs. Inferior

4 4 Anterior: Front Ex: The liver is anterior to the stomach Posterior: Back Ex: The stomach is posterior to the liver Anterior vs. Posterior

5 5 Medial: Imaginary midline (middle) dividing the body into equal right and left halves. Anything “toward the middle”. Ex: The chest is medial to the arms Lateral: Side. Toward the right or left side of the midline. Ex: The arms are lateral to the chest Medial vs. Lateral

6 6 Ipsilateral: Same side Ex: The appendix is ipsilateral to the gallbladder Contralateral: Opposite side Ex: The gallbladder is contralateral to the stomach Types of Lateral

7 7 Intermediate: Being between or in the middle of two structures Ex: The heart is intermediate to the lungs Intermediate

8 8 Proximal: Closer to the trunk of the body than another part Ex: The elbow is proximal to the wrist = The elbow is closer to the trunk than the wrist is Distal: Farther from the trunk of the body than another part. Ex: The fingers are distal to the wrist = The fingers are farther from the trunk than the wrist Proximal vs. Distal Trunk

9 9 Superficial: toward or on the surface of the body (shallow) Ex: The epidermis is superficial to the dermis Superficial vs. Peripheral Deep: Describes the parts that are more deep Ex: The dermis is deep to the epidermis

10 10 Body Sections In What ways can we cut a body or organ?

11 11

12 12 Sagittal: Lengthwise cut that divides the body into unequal right and left portions Midsagittal: cut that divides the body into equal right and left portions

13 13 Transverse: Horizontal cut. Divides the body into superior (top) and inferior (bottom) portions

14 14 Coronal: Refers to a section that divides the body into anterior (front) and posterior (back) portions

15 15

16 16 Name the planes

17 17 Name the planes Sagittal Coronal Transverse

18 18 Sagittal Transverse Coronal Which cuts are these?

19 19 EQ: Anatomical Term Sentences Superior Inferior Anterior Posterior Medial Lateral Ipsilateral Contralateral Intermediate Proximal Distal Superficial Peripheral Deep Ex: The head is superior to the knees. Complete your EQ with a partner On the bottom 2/3 of pg. 18

20 Please turn in your organ system essay directions Make sure your NAME and PERIOD are on the top

21 Classwork 21 Complete the Anatomical Terminology and Planes Worksheet Test next Wed 9/18- memorize terms! Answer All EQs and Cornell Questions Notebook check Wed 9/18

22 22 1.The heart is ____________________ to the lungs. 2.The large intestine is ____________________ to the stomach. 3. The thumb is ______________ to the wrist. 4. The kneecap is _________________ to the ankle. 5. The nose lies on the ________________surface of the body. 6. The eyes are located ____________to the nose. 7. The ears are situated _________________to the head. 8. The upper arm muscle is _____________to the skin. 9. The spine is located __________________. 10. The hamstrings are located_______________ to the quadriceps. 11. The brain is ____________to the heart. 12. The index finger is ___________________ to the thumb and middle finger. intermediate distal proximal anterior lateral superficial deep medial posterior inferior superior intermediate

23 23 1.The right arm is ____________________ to the left arm. 2.The large intestine is ____________________ to the stomach. 3. The thumb is ______________ to the wrist. 4. The kneecap is _________________ to the ankle. 5. The nose lies on the ________________surface of the body. 6. The eyes are located ____________to the nose. 7. The ears are situated _________________to the head. 8. The upper arm muscle is _____________to the skin. 9. The spine is located __________________. 10. The hamstrings are located_______________ to the quadriceps. 11. The brain is ____________to the heart. 12. The index finger is ___________________ to the thumb and middle finger. contralateral distal proximal anterior lateral superficial deep medial posterior inferior superior intermediate

24 24 Superior Inferior Proximal Distal Superficial Deep Lateral Medial Anterior Posterior (Knee) (Heel) (Heart) (Body Hair)

25 25 Midsaggital Parasaggital Transverse Coronal

26 Complete these sentences using the terms superior and inferior. The hands are ________________to the feet The knees are ________________ to the waist. The elbow is ________________ to the wrist. The calf muscle is ________________to the ankle. Complete these sentences using the terms anterior and posterior. The heel is ________________ to the toes. The shin is _____________ to the calf. The nose is ____________to the crown of the head. Complete these sentences using the terms lateral and medial. The arms are _______________to the midline. The neck is ______________to the arms. The shoulders are ___________to the midline. Anatomical Terminology Class Practice

27 Complete these sentences using the terms superior and inferior. The hands are ________________to the feet The knees are ________________ to the waist. The elbow is ________________ to the wrist. The calf muscle is ________________to the ankle. Complete these sentences using the terms anterior and posterior. The heel is ________________ to the toes. The shin is _____________ to the calf. The nose is ____________to the crown of the head. Complete these sentences using the terms lateral and medial. The arms are _______________to the midline. The neck is ______________to the arms. The shoulders are ___________to the midline. superior inferior anterior posterior lateral medial lateral

28 Draw this diagram: Match the correct terms with their meanings. Place the correct letter in the empty column toward the middle toward the sides

29 Draw this diagram: Match the correct terms with their meanings. Place the correct letter in the empty column C F G D A E toward the middle toward the sides H B

30 30 Body Sections

31 31 Abdominal Subdivisions

32 32 Body Regions


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