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  1. Anatomical Terms Chapter 1 PowerPoint #2

  2. Anatomical Position In anatomical position, the body is erect, with head and toes pointed forward and arms hanging at sides with palms facing forward. QUIZ: Stand and assume the anatomical position

  3. Directional Terms • Very important that you understand directional terms are used relative to the midline of the body. • There will be a difference if you are referring to bipeds vs. quadripeds (man vs. dog) Worksheet: Terms of position and direction Color as instructed. Use p. 12-13 and quiz a partner on orientation of body. Use sentence stems provided on p. 13 if that helps you, or make up your own.

  4. Regional Terms • Anterior Vs. Posterior body landmarks, color in the sheets and study the terms. Use p. 13 as a study guide for the terms and meanings. This is like learning a new language, it will take a little time and work to get it. • If you like flashcards make some with the term on 1 side and the description or picture on the other. • Take a surface anatomy worksheet and try to fill in the labels when you feel comfortable with the new terms.

  5. Body Planes • Sagittal Section-cut made lengthwise, divides body into left and right parts • Frontal section-cut made lengthwise that divides body into anterior and posterior parts • Transverse section-cut made horizontally(cross section) divides body into superior and inferior parts. • Worksheet: anatomic planes & sections

  6. Quiz 1 • Identify what is being asked on Quiz 1. • Observe longitudinal and transverse sections activity

  7. Body cavities • Dorsal Body Cavity includes cranial and spinal cavity • Ventral Body Cavity includes thoracic cavity which is separated by the diaphragm from the abdominal and pelvic cavity. • It helps to divide into quadrants and regions when studying p. 5-6 of lab manual • Activity: find regions of the abdominal surface on torso model & on yourself p. 6 lab

  8. Review • Lab Manual p. 241-242 • Test tomorrow!