Study sets matching "term:anatomy = study of body structure"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "term:anatomy = study of body structure"

22 terms
Anatomy - Body Structure Position
Used to describe the position of struc…
Above (Body Structure Position)
Below (Body Structure Position)
Front (Body Structure Position)
Directional Terms
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Used to describe the position of struc…
Directional Terms
Above (Body Structure Position)
Superior
30 terms
Anatomy and physiology Body structure
Body positions are...
Anatomical Position
Supine
Prone
Anatomical position... Supine... Prone
Person stands erect, face forward, arms at the sides with pal…
Person lies face upward
Person lies face downward
Body positions are...
Anatomical position... Supine... Prone
Anatomical Position
Person stands erect, face forward, arms at the sides with pal…
Anatomy and physiology Body structure
Body positions are...
Anatomical Position
Supine
Prone
Anatomical position... Supine... Prone
Person stands erect, face forward, arms at the sides with pal…
Person lies face upward
Person lies face downward
Body positions are...
Anatomical position... Supine... Prone
Anatomical Position
Person stands erect, face forward, arms at the sides with pal…
43 terms
Anatomy Structure/Regions of Body
Structure - Cephalon (Cephalic)
Structure - Cervicis (Cervical)
Structure - Thoracis
Structure - Brachium
Region - Cephalic (head)
Region - Cervical (neck)
Region - Thoracic (chest)
Region - Brachial (upper arm/arm)
Structure - Cephalon (Cephalic)
Region - Cephalic (head)
Structure - Cervicis (Cervical)
Region - Cervical (neck)
36 terms
Intro to Anatomy and Structure of the body
anatomy
physiology
cadaver
pathology
the study of the part of an organism
the study of the function of the parts of an organism
dead human body
the study of diseases
anatomy
the study of the part of an organism
physiology
the study of the function of the parts of an organism
Anatomy, Body Structure
Nasal
Oral
Cervical
Acromial
Nose
Mouth
Neck
Point of Shoulder
Nasal
Nose
Oral
Mouth
Intro to anatomy and structure of body
Anatomy
Physiology
Dissection
Chemical level
Study of parts of an organisms... appearance
Study of the functions of an organisms parts
Easiest way to understand anatomy
Includes atoms and molecules
Anatomy
Study of parts of an organisms... appearance
Physiology
Study of the functions of an organisms parts
12 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Body Structure
Abdominal cavity
Abdominopelvic cavity
Anatomic position
Cranial cavity
The large ventral cavity below the diaphragm and above the pe…
The large ventral cavity between the diaphragm and pelvis tha…
Standard position fro anatomic studies, in which the body is…
The dorsal cavity that contains the brain
Abdominal cavity
The large ventral cavity below the diaphragm and above the pe…
Abdominopelvic cavity
The large ventral cavity between the diaphragm and pelvis tha…
11 terms
Anatomy (Body Systems-Structure)
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
Skin, Mucous Membranes. ... Location: Nerve Receptors
Cartilage, Joints, Bones. ... Site of Blood Cell Info.
Cardiac Muscle and Smooth Muscle
Brain, Sensory Receptor, Spinal Cord, and Nerves
Integumentary
Skin, Mucous Membranes. ... Location: Nerve Receptors
Skeletal
Cartilage, Joints, Bones. ... Site of Blood Cell Info.
56 terms
Anatomy: Structure of Body
Abdominal Region
Antebrachial Region
Axillary Region
Brachial Region
Abdomen
Forearm
Armpit
Arm
Abdominal Region
Abdomen
Antebrachial Region
Forearm
42 terms
Intro to Anatomy and Structure of the Body
Define Anatomy
Define Physiology
Define Pathology
What is the easiest way to understand…
the study of the parts of an organism
the study of the functions of the parts
the study of disease
dissection
Define Anatomy
the study of the parts of an organism
Define Physiology
the study of the functions of the parts
Intro to Anatomy and Structure of the Body
Define Anatomy
Define Physiology
Define Pathology
What is the easiest way to understand…
the study of the parts of an organism
the study of the functions of the parts
the study of disease
dissection
Define Anatomy
the study of the parts of an organism
Define Physiology
the study of the functions of the parts
46 terms
Anatomy Structure of the body
anatomy
physiology
pathology
chemical level
the study of the parts of an organism
the study of the function of those parts of the organism
the study of disease
includes atoms and molecules
anatomy
the study of the parts of an organism
physiology
the study of the function of those parts of the organism
30 terms
Anatomy : Structural organization of the body
Anatomy
Physiology
Chemical Level
Cellular Level
Study of the structural organization of the body
Study of how the body works
organization of the atoms and molecules to make proteins and…
organization of molecules to form cells
Anatomy
Study of the structural organization of the body
Physiology
Study of how the body works
Intro to Anatomy and Structure of the Body
Anatomy
Physiology
pathology
chemical level
the study of the parts of an organism
study of the function of those parts of the organism
study of disease
includes atoms and molecules; smallest parts of the body (1)
Anatomy
the study of the parts of an organism
Physiology
study of the function of those parts of the organism
23 terms
Anatomy- Structural Organization of the Body
System
Organization
Muscle
Chemical
Several organs which have a common function
largest structural level
Responsbile for all the movement of the body
Atoms and molecules
System
Several organs which have a common function
Organization
largest structural level
Anatomy Body Structure
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross anatomy
Microanatomy
Study of the structure and shape of the body and its part
Study of how the body and its parts work or function
large structures, easily observable
very small structures, can only be viewed with a microscope
Anatomy
Study of the structure and shape of the body and its part
Physiology
Study of how the body and its parts work or function
Anatomy body structure
Vertebral
Sternal
Costal
Crural
Spinal column
Middle or thorax
Ribs
Leg
Vertebral
Spinal column
Sternal
Middle or thorax
Anatomy and physiology-body structure
Dorsal cavity
Ventral cavity
Coronal plane
Sagittal plane
Encompasses the cranial and spinal cavity
Encompasses the thoracic cavity, diaphragm, and peritoneal.
Divides front and back (anterior-posterior)
Divides left and right
Dorsal cavity
Encompasses the cranial and spinal cavity
Ventral cavity
Encompasses the thoracic cavity, diaphragm, and peritoneal.
57 terms
Anatomy body structure and function
anatomy
physiology
atom
cell
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
study of how the body and its parts work or function
tiny building blocks of matter
smallest units of all living things
anatomy
the study of the structure and shape of the body and its part…
physiology
study of how the body and its parts work or function
Anatomy (Fundamental Body Structure)
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
Cytology
The study of the physical structure of the body and its organ…
The science of the function of cells, tissues and organs of t…
The study of those features that can be observed with the nak…
The study of cell life and formation.
Anatomy
The study of the physical structure of the body and its organ…
Physiology
The science of the function of cells, tissues and organs of t…
11 terms
Structure and Anatomy - Body System
skeletal
muscular
integumentary (research etymology)
cardiovascular
framework of the body, supporting organs and furnishing a pla…
permits motion/movement
includes skin, hair, nails, sweat, and sebaceous (oil) glands
transports the blood
skeletal
framework of the body, supporting organs and furnishing a pla…
muscular
permits motion/movement
12 terms
Anatomy: 11 body structures
Integumentary
Skeletal
Muscular
Nervous
Skin
-Cartilages... -joints... -bones... -ligaments
Skeletal muscles
-Brain... -spinal cord... -nerves... -sensory receptors
Integumentary
Skin
Skeletal
-Cartilages... -joints... -bones... -ligaments
31 terms
Anatomy- Structural Org of the Body
System
Muscle (1 of 4 types of tissue)
Tissue
Cellular
Made of organs which have a common function
Responsible for all the movement of the body
Made of groups of cells and the material surrounding them
Molecules combine together to form cells
System
Made of organs which have a common function
Muscle (1 of 4 types of tissue)
Responsible for all the movement of the body
32 terms
Anatomy Structure and Function of body
Superior
Inferior
Anterior (ventral)
Posterior (Dorsal)
Toward the head
Toward the feet
Front or in front of
Back or behind
Superior
Toward the head
Inferior
Toward the feet
28 terms
Intro to Anatomy and Structure of the Body
Anatomy
Physiology
Dissection
Pathology
the study of the parts of an organism
the study of the functions of the parts of an organism
Easiest way to understand anatomy
the study of disease
Anatomy
the study of the parts of an organism
Physiology
the study of the functions of the parts of an organism
Anatomy- Body Structures Vocab
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical position
Sagittal
studies the SHAPE AND STRUCTURE of an organism and the relati…
studies the FUNCTION (how it works) of the body part and how…
erect, face directly forward, arms by side, palms facing forw…
divides it into RIGHT AND LEFT
Anatomy
studies the SHAPE AND STRUCTURE of an organism and the relati…
Physiology
studies the FUNCTION (how it works) of the body part and how…
Human Body Structure- Anatomy
Anterior (ventral)
Superior (dorsal)
Inferior (caudal)
medial
Front
upper
lower
midline
Anterior (ventral)
Front
Superior (dorsal)
upper
Anatomy: describing body structures
Condyle
Crest
Epicondyle
Facet
rounded process that usually articulates with another bone
narrow, ridge-like projection
projection situated above condyle
small, nearly flat surface
Condyle
rounded process that usually articulates with another bone
Crest
narrow, ridge-like projection
37 terms
Anatomy Body Structures
otic
nasal
oral
cervical
ear
nose
mouth
neck
otic
ear
nasal
nose
15 terms
Anatomy Body Structures
Superior
Inferior
Cranial
Caudal
Above/At a higher level towards head
At the lower level of body
Sefallic/head
Tail
Superior
Above/At a higher level towards head
Inferior
At the lower level of body
anatomy: structures of the body
what are the 2 main parts of the body
what is in the dorsal
what is in the ventral
what does the thoracic consist of
dorsal and ventral or the anterior and posterior
cranial and spinal
thoracic and abdominopelvic
mediastinum and the pleural
what are the 2 main parts of the body
dorsal and ventral or the anterior and posterior
what is in the dorsal
cranial and spinal
10 terms
Anatomy: structural organization of the body
Anatomy
Physiology
Structural organization is based on fu…
Structural organization of the body
Study of the structural organization of the body
Study of how the body works (function)
The structure of the body reflects its function... Femur is big…
chemical level, cellular level, tissue level, organ level, or…
Anatomy
Study of the structural organization of the body
Physiology
Study of how the body works (function)
19 terms
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
49 terms
Anatomy Body Structures
pollex
pubic
sternal
tarsal
pertaining to the thumb
pertaining to the genital region
pertaining to the region of the breastbone
pertaining to the ankle
pollex
pertaining to the thumb
pubic
pertaining to the genital region
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
7 terms
Human Anatomy Body Structure Terms
Lumen
peripheral
central
medullary
tube that carries air
outer edge of organ
organs that have a lot of blood vessels (middle)
medulla; nervous system
Lumen
tube that carries air
peripheral
outer edge of organ
19 terms
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
anatomy and physiology body structures
what consists of the musculosketal sys…
What are the functions of the musculos…
What are the aging affects of the musc…
What consists of the nervous system
muscle, bones, joints
movement, protection, calcium storage
muscle weakness, contractures
brain, spinal cord, and nerves
what consists of the musculosketal sys…
muscle, bones, joints
What are the functions of the musculos…
movement, protection, calcium storage
19 terms
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
5 terms
Anatomy: Structure Levels of Organization of the Body
Chemical Level
Cellular Level
Tissues
Organs
Smallest level; nonliving, inorganic; atoms and molecules
Smallest living level; cells- basic structural units of the b…
Cells that act together to perform a function; held together…
Groups of tissues acting together to perform a specific funct…
Chemical Level
Smallest level; nonliving, inorganic; atoms and molecules
Cellular Level
Smallest living level; cells- basic structural units of the b…
44 terms
Body Structure Study Guide
Anterior
Posterior
Proximal
Distal
Front
Back
Nearer to center
Further from center
Anterior
Front
Posterior
Back
19 terms
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
19 terms
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
19 terms
Body Structure and Function & Anatomy and Physiology
Integumentary system
Cutaneous Membrane
Epidermis
dermis
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
outer layer
layer containing the hair follicles nails and glands
Integumentary system
largest system; it has epithelial, connective and nerve tissu…
Cutaneous Membrane
a medical term for skin which contains the three layers - epi…
Anatomy 2300 Body Systems Structures
Skeletal
Muscular
Circulatory
Lymphatic
Bones, Cartilage, Tendons, Ligaments, Joints
Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle, Smooth Muscle
Heart, Blood Vessels, Blood
Lymph Vessels and Nodes, Spleen, Thymus Gland, Tonsils
Skeletal
Bones, Cartilage, Tendons, Ligaments, Joints
Muscular
Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle, Smooth Muscle
Body Structures Study Guide
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Circulatory System
Lymphatic System
The frame work of the body; contains bones, cartilage, and li…
System that produces heat and provides posture; contains skel…
System that circulates blood throughout the body; contains th…
System that rids the body of toxins, waste, and unwanted mate…
Skeletal System
The frame work of the body; contains bones, cartilage, and li…
Muscular System
System that produces heat and provides posture; contains skel…
12 terms
Chapter 2: body structure anatomy
Cytology
Histology
Muscle tissue
Voluntary muscles
Study of cells and thier function
Study of tissue
Produces movement in body
Muscle we control
Cytology
Study of cells and thier function
Histology
Study of tissue
Anatomy-Body Structure Relations to another
superior
inferior
anterior/ventral
posterior/dorsal
towards head; above
towards feet; below
front
back
superior
towards head; above
inferior
towards feet; below
Chapter 5 (Body Structure ) (Anatomy)
Anatomic position
Frontal plane
Sagittal plane
Transverse plan
That is, upright, with face front, arms at the sides with pal…
Right angles into a midline snd divides the body into anterio…
Passes front and back divides the body into right and left po…
Passes horizontally, dividing the body into superior and infe…
Anatomic position
That is, upright, with face front, arms at the sides with pal…
Frontal plane
Right angles into a midline snd divides the body into anterio…
1 of 10