5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- If you made a line down any area of the body a Sagittal view would show both the right and left perspective of the body.
- Face Forward, Standing Straight, Arms to Your Sides, Palms Facing Forward with Thumbs as the most Distal Part of the Hands, Feet Forward and Legs Together.
- If you made a line down the middle of the body a Coronal view would show both the front (Anterior) and back (Posterior) perspective of the body.
- Superior (Cephalic) is closer to the head, while Inferior (Caudal) is closer to the tail. Higher vs. Lower. The chin is inferior to the nose while the eyes are superior to the nose.
- If you made a line straight down the middle of the body a Midsagittal view would show both the right and left perspective of the body.
5 True/False questions
Define Transverse. → Upper Body
List the 4 Body Sections. → Stomach Region
Define Thorax. → Upper Body
Compare Medial vs. Lateral. → Medial (Proximal) is closer in distance to the middle of the body while Lateral (Distal) is further in distance from the middle of the body. In the standard anatomical position the thumb is distal to the heart while the pinky is medial or proximal.
List the 3 Anatomical Points of the Body. → Coronal, Sagittal, and Transverse