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Analysis of Movement
Sagittal plane
Frontal plane
Transverse plane
Transverse axis
Vertical plane that divides the body into right and left sides
Vertical plane that divides the body into front and back
Horizontal plane that divides the body into upper and lower p…
Side to side across body
Sagittal plane
Vertical plane that divides the body into right and left sides
Frontal plane
Vertical plane that divides the body into front and back
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PPPM Body planes and axis of motion
Body planes include
Ankle Brachial Index (ABI)
ABI is performed by measuring
Sagittal plane
sagittal, frontal, and transverse
sensitive metric for the diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Dis…
systolic blood pressure from both brachial arteries and from…
vertical plane passing through the body from front to back; d…
Body planes include
sagittal, frontal, and transverse
Ankle Brachial Index (ABI)
sensitive metric for the diagnosis of Peripheral Arterial Dis…
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planes and axis week 2 HUMAN MOVEMENT
Plane
three planes of motion are
Axis
sagittal plane divides the body into
the surface on which the movement occurs or takes place.
sagittal plane... frontal plane ... transverse (horizontal) plane
the line around which the movement takes place
RIGHT and LEFT halves
Plane
the surface on which the movement occurs or takes place.
three planes of motion are
sagittal plane... frontal plane ... transverse (horizontal) plane
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Planes and Axes
Sagittal Plane
Frontal (coronal) Plane
Transverse (horizontal) Plane
Sagittal Axis
-Passes through body from front to back... -Divides body into le…
-Passes through body from side to side... -Divides body into fro…
-Passes through body horizontally... -Divides body into top and…
Point that runs through a joint from front to back (ex: hip f…
Sagittal Plane
-Passes through body from front to back... -Divides body into le…
Frontal (coronal) Plane
-Passes through body from side to side... -Divides body into fro…
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2- kine 426
qualitative
quantitative
sagittal
frontal
involves a non numerical description
involves the use of numbers
divides the body into left and right halves
divides the body into front and back halves
qualitative
involves a non numerical description
quantitative
involves the use of numbers
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OTD 510_Week 1: OT Concepts, Human movement; Planes, Axes
Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane/Coronal Plane
Transverse Plane
Sagittal Axis
-Divides body into right and left (aka anterior-posterior pla…
-Divides body into front and back (aka lateral plane)
-Separates upper and lower body ... (aka horizontal plane)
-Runs perpendicular to the sagittal plane... -Formed by the inte…
Sagittal Plane
-Divides body into right and left (aka anterior-posterior pla…
Frontal Plane/Coronal Plane
-Divides body into front and back (aka lateral plane)
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Kinesiology: Planes & Axes
What is a plane?
What is an axis?
The axis of motion is _____ to a plane
_____ occurs on a plane and around an…
The surface on which the movement occurs
The line around which the movement takes place
Perpendicular
Movement
What is a plane?
The surface on which the movement occurs
What is an axis?
The line around which the movement takes place
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PPPM Biomechanics
Three planes
Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
Transverse Plane
sagittal... frontal ... transverse
A vertical plane passing through the body from front to back.…
A vertical plane passing through the body from side to side.…
A horizontal plane passing through the body from side to side…
Three planes
sagittal... frontal ... transverse
Sagittal Plane
A vertical plane passing through the body from front to back.…
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Anatomy Lecture One Terms
Anterior
Ventral
Posterior(dorsal)
Cranial(cephalic)
the front surface
the belly side
the back surface
the head
Anterior
the front surface
Ventral
the belly side
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Kinesiology 1
concentric contraction
eccentric contraction
isometric contraction
agonist
muscles shorten... muscle begins contraction at a longer length…
muscles attempt to shorten but are stretched by an overpoweri…
contractile mechanisms are activated but there is no apprecia…
prime mover
concentric contraction
muscles shorten... muscle begins contraction at a longer length…
eccentric contraction
muscles attempt to shorten but are stretched by an overpoweri…
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ROM lecture power point
movement occurs
cardinal planes
sagittal plane
sagittal plane movements
parallel to the plane
pass through the center of gravity
divides the body into right and left halves
joint actions, flexion, extension, hyperextension
movement occurs
parallel to the plane
cardinal planes
pass through the center of gravity
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Anatomy
Vertical Axis
Transverse Axis
Sagittal Axis
Transverse Plane
Axis perpendicular to transverse plane
Axis perpendicular to sagittal plane... Somersault
Axis perpendicular to frontal plane... Cartwheel
Horizontal plane dividing body into superior and inferior sec…
Vertical Axis
Axis perpendicular to transverse plane
Transverse Axis
Axis perpendicular to sagittal plane... Somersault
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4090 chapter 1
Norman Gechwind 1926-1984
Behavioral neurology
Noam Chomsky
Pierce Paul Broca
he almost single handedly resurrected the early neurologic li…
disorders of higher cerebral neurology
credited with creating a scientific revolution in the underst…
1824-1880, French physician, studied the brains of two patien…
Norman Gechwind 1926-1984
he almost single handedly resurrected the early neurologic li…
Behavioral neurology
disorders of higher cerebral neurology
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PE-2400-004 Human Physiology & Anatomy I: Unit 1
Anatomical Position
Anterior
Ventral
Posterior (dorsal)
Standing erect with feet slightly apart and palms facing forw…
The front surface
The belly side (equivalent to anterior when referring to the…
The back surface
Anatomical Position
Standing erect with feet slightly apart and palms facing forw…
Anterior
The front surface
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Anatomy Terminology
border
foramen
groove
fossa
a narrow bone area which is identified as to the direction it…
clearly identified hole in a bone which may serve as a passag…
furrow which is used as a passageway for such structures as m…
rather large depression to receive a bone or act as a muscle…
border
a narrow bone area which is identified as to the direction it…
foramen
clearly identified hole in a bone which may serve as a passag…
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PE - Sport Science
The articulating bones at the ANKLE
The articulating bones at the KNEE
The articulating bones at the HIP
The articulating bones at the SHOULDER
Fibula, Tibia and Talus
Femur and Tibia
Pelvis and Femur
Humerus and Scapula
The articulating bones at the ANKLE
Fibula, Tibia and Talus
The articulating bones at the KNEE
Femur and Tibia
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Pilates Anatomy and Kinesiology Terminology
Inhalation
Exhalation
Anatomical position
Prone
Diaphragm lowers during contraction, enlarging thoracic cavit…
Diaphragm relaxes, causing a decrease in the volume of the th…
Standing with the front of the body and palms facing forward
Lying on the front of the body with face downward
Inhalation
Diaphragm lowers during contraction, enlarging thoracic cavit…
Exhalation
Diaphragm relaxes, causing a decrease in the volume of the th…
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HP&A Lab 1 Vocab.
Anterior
Ventral
Posterior (dorsal)
Cranial (cephalic)
The front surface
The belly side (equivalent to anterior when referring to the…
The back surface
The head
Anterior
The front surface
Ventral
The belly side (equivalent to anterior when referring to the…
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Anatomy topic 2
ventral
dorsal
anterior
posterior
away from backbone
toward backbone
toward front
toward back
ventral
away from backbone
dorsal
toward backbone
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Anatomical Terminology
Acquired
Articulation
Bilateral
Congenital
Not present at birth
Junction between two or more bones (joint)
Present on both sides
Present at birth
Acquired
Not present at birth
Articulation
Junction between two or more bones (joint)
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Terms of direction/body planes
medial
lateral
inferior
superior
Toward the midline
Away from the midline
Below, Lower on the body, farther from the head
Above, Higher on the body, nearer to the head
medial
Toward the midline
lateral
Away from the midline
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Movement Terminology
Turn-out
Extension
Flexion
Abduction
rotation outwards from a parallel position
lengthening, increasing joint angle
shortening, decreasing joint angle
separating, moving away from the midline of the body
Turn-out
rotation outwards from a parallel position
Extension
lengthening, increasing joint angle
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OT Exam 2
atrophy
articulation
arthritis
aponeurosis
decrease in size of a normally developed organ or tissue due…
the joining or juncture between two or more bones
inflammation of the joints
fibrous or membranous tissue that connects a muscle to the pa…
atrophy
decrease in size of a normally developed organ or tissue due…
articulation
the joining or juncture between two or more bones
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Pilates Anatomy and Kinesiology Terminology
Inhalation
Exhalation
Anatomical position
Prone
Diaphragm lowers during contraction, enlarging thoracic cavit…
Diaphragm relaxes, causing a decrease in the volume of the th…
Standing with the front of the body and palms facing forward
Lying on the front of the body with face downward
Inhalation
Diaphragm lowers during contraction, enlarging thoracic cavit…
Exhalation
Diaphragm relaxes, causing a decrease in the volume of the th…
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Kinesiology Articulations and Anatomical Motion Terms
Bilateral
Unilateral
Contralateral
Ipsilateral
2 or both sides
1 side
Refers to the opposite side of the body
Refers to the same side of the body
Bilateral
2 or both sides
Unilateral
1 side
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PSY 230: Chapter 5 (Graphs)
Qualitative Data
Quantitative Data
Nominal Level
Ordinal Level
Data that involves labels, characteristics, attributes, and n…
consist of numerical measurements or counts.
Lowest level of data. Qualitative only and involves categorie…
Second level of data. Data can be arranged in order but diffe…
Qualitative Data
Data that involves labels, characteristics, attributes, and n…
Quantitative Data
consist of numerical measurements or counts.
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Kinesiology terms (principles and terminology)
Amatomy
Physiology
Lateral
Medial
Branch of science that deals with the structure and function…
Field of science that deals with the different processes that…
Away from the midline of the body
Toward the midline
Amatomy
Branch of science that deals with the structure and function…
Physiology
Field of science that deals with the different processes that…
SPREADSHEET TERMINOLOGY -- BASIC TERMS
ADDRESS
ARROW KEYS
AXIS
BAR CHART
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
A horizontal or vertical line drawn on a graph to define poin…
A form of graph in which numeric values are represented by ho…
ADDRESS
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
ARROW KEYS
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
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anatomy and kinesiology
anatomical position
prone
supine
anterior
standing with the front of the body and palms facing forward
lying on the front of the body with face downward
lying on the back of the body with face upward
front side
anatomical position
standing with the front of the body and palms facing forward
prone
lying on the front of the body with face downward
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Ch. 1, 2, 3
kinesiology
biomechanics
kinetics
kinematics
study of movement; utilizes principles of mechanics, physics,…
mechanical principles that related directly to the human body
a dynamic system; forces causing movement
time, space and mass aspects of a moving system
kinesiology
study of movement; utilizes principles of mechanics, physics,…
biomechanics
mechanical principles that related directly to the human body
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Kinesiology unit 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Exercise Physiology
Anatomical Position
structure of the human body, means "dissection"
how the body functions. Basic processes such as reproduction,…
Study and research on how the body is affected and responds t…
Body is upright, head facing forward, legs together, and arms…
Anatomy
structure of the human body, means "dissection"
Physiology
how the body functions. Basic processes such as reproduction,…
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Lab 1 Foundations of Physical Therapy
Sagittal axis
Coronal axis
Longitudinal axis
Sagittal plane
Lies in sagittal plane... Extends horizontally front to back... Abd…
Lies in the coronal plane... Extends horizontally from side to s…
Vertical line that extends cranial to caudal... Medial/lateral r…
Vertical... Extends from front to back... Anterior-posterior plane…
Sagittal axis
Lies in sagittal plane... Extends horizontally front to back... Abd…
Coronal axis
Lies in the coronal plane... Extends horizontally from side to s…
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Week 13 Vocabulary
Address
Arrow Keys
Axis
Bar Chart
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
A horizontal or vertical line drawn on a graph to define poin…
A form of graph in which numeric values are represented by ho…
Address
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
Arrow Keys
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
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human anatomy exam 1
median
sagittal
frontal
transverse
___ plane divides body into left and right halves
___ plane any plane parallel to the median plane
____ plane splits body into front and back
____ plane is perpendicular to the long axis of a body part (…
median
___ plane divides body into left and right halves
sagittal
___ plane any plane parallel to the median plane
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lab1
fundamental position
anatomical position
anterior (ventral)
posterior (dorsal)
"normal" standing posture
initial reference point when describing body parts and positi…
the front surface
the back surface
fundamental position
"normal" standing posture
anatomical position
initial reference point when describing body parts and positi…
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PTH 151 unit 1 lecture
Anatomic Position
Anterior
Posterior
Medial
the reference position used for describing body positions and…
(Ventral) Front
(Dorsal) Back
closer to midline (toward inside of the body)
Anatomic Position
the reference position used for describing body positions and…
Anterior
(Ventral) Front
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Anatomy
Lateral
Medial
Distal
Proximal
Away from the midline of the body
Towards the midline
Further from some specified region
Closer to some specified region
Lateral
Away from the midline of the body
Medial
Towards the midline
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Body Planes and Orientation
abduct
adduct
anterior
caudal
move away from the body
move towards the middle of the body
the front of a structure
toward the distal end of the body
abduct
move away from the body
adduct
move towards the middle of the body
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KIN 3304 Lecture 3: Movement
Superior
Inferior
Dorsal
Ventral
Above, higher
Below, lower
From latin dorsum, meaning back... Upper, or top side... (Back of…
From latin venter, meaning belly... Front, or lower side, palma…
Superior
Above, higher
Inferior
Below, lower
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med/ortho tems
superior or cranial
inferior or caudal
anterior or vental
posterior or dorsal
towards the head end of the body; upper
away from the head; lower
front
back
superior or cranial
towards the head end of the body; upper
inferior or caudal
away from the head; lower
88 terms
Module 1 & 2
Human Anatomy
Gross
Histology
Cytology
The study of the structure of the human body
macroscopic
tissues, microscopic
examines internal structure of cells
Human Anatomy
The study of the structure of the human body
Gross
macroscopic
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NW Gross Anatomy Terms of Movement
Movement
Range
Force
Axis of Rotation
Change in position of bones in relation/reference to one anot…
Direction and Distance
Strength
Pivot point for an angular motion, usually located though the…
Movement
Change in position of bones in relation/reference to one anot…
Range
Direction and Distance
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Chapter 5: Human Movement Science
Human Movement System
Biomechanics
Superior
Inferior
Nervous, skeletal, and muscular system
Internal and external forces acting on the human body and the…
Above
Below
Human Movement System
Nervous, skeletal, and muscular system
Biomechanics
Internal and external forces acting on the human body and the…
81 terms
HESM 478
long bones
short bones
irregular bones
sesamoid bones
shaft with protruding ends
small, solid bones with a cubical shape
bones with odd shapes for a specific function
small bones that grow in tendons in areas such as the patella
long bones
shaft with protruding ends
short bones
small, solid bones with a cubical shape
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Anatomy (Introduction)
Body
Anatomic Position
Upper extremities
Palm of the hand
Erect in standing position
The fixed imaginary position to which description of any part…
At the sides of the body.
Facing forwards or anteriorly
Body
Erect in standing position
Anatomic Position
The fixed imaginary position to which description of any part…
28 terms
CH 1 A&K Bone
Anteroposterior or Sagittal
Lateral or Frontal Plane
Transverse or Horizontal Plane
Frontal or lateral axis
divides body into bilateral segments, right and left
divides body into the front and back halves
divides body into top and bottom
same orientation as frontal plane, runs from side to side at…
Anteroposterior or Sagittal
divides body into bilateral segments, right and left
Lateral or Frontal Plane
divides body into the front and back halves
32 terms
week 13 spreadsheet terminalogy
Adress
ARROW KEYS
Axis
bar chart
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
A horizontal or vertical line drawn on a graph to define poin…
A form of graph in which numeric values are represented by ho…
Adress
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
ARROW KEYS
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
32 terms
Week 13 spreadsheet termanolgy
ADDRESS
ARROW KEYS
AXIS
BAR CHART
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
A horizontal or vertical line drawn on a graph to define poin…
A form of graph in which numeric values are represented by ho…
ADDRESS
Used to reference the cells in a spreadsheet. Addresses are u…
ARROW KEYS
Located on the right hand side of the keyboard. Used to move…
23 terms
Test 2
Shoulder complex
Shoulder girdle
Shoulder joint(glenohumeral joint)
Scapulohumeral rhythm
scapula... clavicle... sternum... humerus... rib cage
scapula... clavicle... elevation/depression... portraction/retraction…
scapula... humerus... flexion/extension... abduction/adduction... Medial/…
first 30 degrees of shoulder joint motion is pure joint motio…
Shoulder complex
scapula... clavicle... sternum... humerus... rib cage
Shoulder girdle
scapula... clavicle... elevation/depression... portraction/retraction…
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