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Directional Terms Organ Systems Regional Landmarks Types of Anatomy Body Cavities Misc.
The elbow is ____ to the fingers. A 100
proximal A 100
The top of the head is the most ______ part of the body. A 200
Superior A 200
If an incision cuts the heart into right and left parts, the section is a ______ section. A 300
Sagittal A 300
In humans, the dorsal surface can also be called the ____ surface. A 400
posterior A 400
Which two sections (cuts) will show both kidneys in any animal? A 500
Transverse and Coronal (frontal) A 500
B 100 Which system is composed of cartilage and ligaments that provides a framework for muscles?
Skeletal System B 100
Which organ system responds to stimuli by activating muscles and glands? B 200
Nervous System B 200
Which system pumps blood through a series of blood vessels located in the body? B 300
Cardiovascular System B 300
Which system covers the body and is made of skin, sweat glands, oil glands, hair and nails? B 400
Integumentary System B 400
Which system picks up leaky fluid from the tissues and returns it to the blood? This system also stores white blood cells needed for immunity. B 500
Lymphatic System B 500
Which regional body landmark refers to the base of the back of the head? C 100
Occipital C 100
Which regional body landmark refers to the back of the knee? C 200
Popiliteal C 200
Which regional body landmark refers to the back of the calf? C 300
Sural C 300
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Which regional body landmark refers to the front of the elbow? C 400
Antecubital C 400
Which regional body landmark refers to the upper chest area? C 500
Thoracic C 500
What term refers to the study of the structure of body parts and their relationships to one another? D 100
Anatomy D 100
What term refers to the study of the function of bodys parts? D 200
Physiology D 200
Which branch of anatomy studies the cell? D 300
Cytology D 300
Which branch of anatomy studies tissues? D 400
Histology D 400
Which branch of anatomy studies the structural changes caused by disease? D 500
Pathology D 500
Which cavity protects the skull and encases the brain? E 100
Cranial Cavity E 100
Which body cavity houses the internal organs like the stomach and intestines? E 200
Abdominal Cavity E 200
Which major body cavity contains both the lungs and the heart? E 300
Thoracic Cavity E 300
Which body cavities contains both lungs? E 400
Pleural Cavities E 400
Which body cavity encloses the heart? E 500
Pericardial Cavity E 500
Which directional term is the opposite of deep? F 100
Superficial F 100
F 200 Which branch of anatomy studies the developmental changes of the body before birth?
Embryology F 200
Which body system contains the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra? F 300
Urinary System F 300
If a surgeon were to remove the antebrachial from a patients body, the cut that would be made would be a _____ cut. F 400
Transverse F 400
What regional body landmark term refers to the upper part of the arm? F 500
Brachial F 500
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