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Anatomy Week 1: Histology/terminology
Terms in this set (83)
Akros- tip, omos - shoulder
tip of the shoulder
refers to the external genitalia (transaltion: "that which you should be ashamed of.")
Latissimus - the broadest, dorsi - the back
"The broadest muscle of the back"
Beginning what year did anatomists agree to establish a standardized latin vocabulary of anatomical terminology?
(T/F) the anatomical position is the natural position of your body
FALSE! In anatomical positon, the palms are facing forward!
If dorsal means back, what are the exceptions to this?
Dorsal surface of the foot - top aspect of the foot
Dorsal surface of the penis - portion of penis that faces forward when penis is flaccid.
In terms of hand and feet, which surface is the ventral portion?
Palmer and plantar surfaces
Nearer the base or point of origin of the structure
In human anatomy, it is used when describing relations within the brain. Rostral structures are towards the front of the head.
On the same side of the body
On opposite sides of the body
Separates the body into right and left there are two kinds.
exact right and left halves
Paramedial or parasagittal plane
Divides the body into unequal right and left parts
Divide the body into anterior and posterior parts
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