5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- 1. Cephalic
- Legs and Arms
- Anterior (Ventral/Rostral) is the front of the body while Posterior (Dorsal) is the back of the body. The spine is a posterior structure while the breast bone is an anterior structure.
- 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.
- 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. → If you made a horizontal line across a section of the body a Transverse view would show both the top and bottom perspective of the body.
List the 3 Anatomical Points of the Body. → Superior vs. Inferior
Anterior vs. Posterior
Medial vs. Lateral
Define Coronal. → Upper Body
Define Thorax. → 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.
Describe the Standard Anatomical Position. → 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.