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Practice Lab Final Assignment. Rafael Lumauig. Body Regions, Cavities, and Planes. Figure 1.7 Regional terms used to designate specific body areas. 2 . 1. Figure 1.7 Regional terms used to designate specific body areas. 2 . Nuchal. 1. Crural.

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figure 1 9a dorsal and ventral body cavities and their subdivisions1
Figure 1.9a Dorsal and ventral body cavities and their subdivisions.

3. Thoracic Cavity

4. Pelvic Cavity

figure 1 9b dorsal and ventral body cavities and their subdivisions1
Figure 1.9b Dorsal and ventral body cavities and their subdivisions.

5. Superior Mediastinum

6. Pericardial Cavity

figure 1 8 planes of the body with corresponding magnetic resonance imaging mri scans1
Figure 1.8 Planes of the body with corresponding magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans.

7. Median(midsagittal) plane

figure 4 3d epithelial tissues
Figure 4.3d Epithelial tissues.

Goblet Cell

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figure 4 3d epithelial tissues1
Figure 4.3d Epithelial tissues.

Goblet Cell

8. Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium

figure 4 8a connective tissues1
Figure 4.8a Connective tissues.

10. Areolar Connective Tissue

figure 4 8c connective tissues1
Figure 4.8c Connective tissues.

11. Reticular Connective Tissue

figure 4 8e connective tissues1
Figure 4.8e Connective tissues.

12. Dense Irregular Connective Tissue

figure 4 10 nervous tissue1
Figure 4.10 Nervous tissue.

13. Nervous Tissue

figure 4 9c muscle tissues1
Figure 4.9c Muscle tissues.

14. Smooth Muscle Tissue

figure 7 5a bones of the lateral aspect of the skull external and internal views
Figure 7.5a Bones of the lateral aspect of the skull, external and internal views.

16.

15.

figure 7 5a bones of the lateral aspect of the skull external and internal views1
Figure 7.5a Bones of the lateral aspect of the skull, external and internal views.

Zygomatic Process

16.

External Acoustic Meatus

15.

figure 7 4b anatomy of the anterior and posterior aspects of the skull1
Figure 7.4b Anatomy of the anterior and posterior aspects of the skull.

External Occipital Protuberance

17.

figure 7 4a anatomy of the anterior and posterior aspects of the skull1
Figure 7.4a Anatomy of the anterior and posterior aspects of the skull.

19. Sphenoid Bone

Perpendicular

Plate of EthmoidBone

18.

figure 7 26c the scapula1
Figure 7.26c The scapula.

Coracoid Process

24.

figure 7 31a the hip coxal bones1
Figure 7.31a The hip (coxal) bones.

Posterior Superior Iliac Spine

Anterior Superior Iliac Spine

Posterior Inferior Iliac Spine

Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine

figure 8 1a fibrous joints1
Figure 8.1a Fibrous joints.

29. Synarthrotic Fibrous Suture

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Figure 8.4a Bursae and tendon sheaths.

Subacromial Bursa

Tendon Sheath

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Figure 8.7e The shapes of the joint surfaces define the types of movements that can occur at a synovial joint; they also determine the classification of synovial joints into six structural types.

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Figure 8.7e The shapes of the joint surfaces define the types of movements that can occur at a synovial joint; they also determine the classification of synovial joints into six structural types.

34. Synovial Diarthrotic Saddle

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Figure 8.7d The shapes of the joint surfaces define the types of movements that can occur at a synovial joint; they also determine the classification of synovial joints into six structural types.

35. ??????????

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Figure 8.7d The shapes of the joint surfaces define the types of movements that can occur at a synovial joint; they also determine the classification of synovial joints into six structural types.

35. Synovial Diarthrotic Condyloid

figure 10 7b lateral view of muscles of the scalp face and neck1
Figure 10.7b Lateral view of muscles of the scalp, face, and neck.

Orbicularis Oculi

Zygomaticus minor and major

Masseter

Sternocleidomastoid

figure 10 12a muscles of the abdominal wall1
Figure 10.12a Muscles of the abdominal wall.

40. Serratus Anterior

41. TransversusAbdominis

figure 10 14c super fi cial muscles of the thorax and shoulder acting on the scapula and arm
Figure 10.14c Superficial muscles of the thorax and shoulder acting on the scapula and arm.

42.

43.

figure 10 14c super fi cial muscles of the thorax and shoulder acting on the scapula and arm1
Figure 10.14c Superficial muscles of the thorax and shoulder acting on the scapula and arm.

42. Trapezius

43. Supraspinatus

figure 13 6a location and function of cranial nerves1
Figure 13.6a Location and function of cranial nerves.

47. Olfactory Nerve

48. Abducens

49. Hypoglossal

Nerve

figure 12 28b anatomy of the spinal cord1
Figure 12.28b Anatomy of the spinal cord.

50. Dorsal root

ganglion

51. Dorsal Median Sulcus

52. Ventral Horn

of Gray

figure 15 4a internal structure of the eye sagittal section1
Figure 15.4a Internal structure of the eye (sagittal section).

54. Choroid

53. Ciliary

body

55. Posterior

segment

56. Optic disc

figure 15 24a structure of the ear1
Figure 15.24a Structure of the ear.

58. Malleus

57. Auricle

60. Pharyngotympanic

59. External

Acoustic Meatus

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