Lab 1: ANATOMICAL ORIENTATION
The purpose of this Lab is to gain a full understanding of the Anatomical Orientation through completion of an in-depth worksheet, using all available research tools. Although there are a great number terms to learn, fully understanding each will be absolutely key in understanding the location of all body structures covered in this unit.
If I review all instructions thoroughly, and utilize all resources in the process of completing the Anatomical Orientation worksheet activity, then I will gain the necessary understanding of Anatomical Orientation, which is the purpose of this Lab. Following completion of the worksheet, I will be able to easily identify key orientation terms after researching and studying each section of the worksheet completely.
Materials & Methods:
Reference Websites (internet)
Gathered all Materials
Printed the Worksheet
Completed Activity 1, using the University of Michigan: Medical Gross Anatomy link and my textbook for reference. 4.
Completed Activity 2, using the textbook and reference websites. 5.
Completed Activity 3, using the textbook and reference websites. 6.
Reviewed all completed work and prepared Lab Report.
BSC 2085C Anatomy and Physiology I
Lab 1: Anatomical Orientation
Name _Christina Mixon___
Activity 1: Anatomical Orientation
Go to the website: University of Michigan: Medical Gross Anatomy Choose the link to the Learning Module entitled Anatomical Orientation. Read the 9 pages and answer the question associated with each page. Choose only one answer for each question. Please enter A, B, C, D, or E as your answer below.
3. _ B__
Activity 2: Surface Anatomy
2-1: Match the letters to the appropriate body surface landmarks.
A. Anterior Body Landmarks
There may be more than one answer but choose only one answer for each section. Please enter 1-26 in space provided.
_8___ Abdominal: anterior trunk inferior to ribs
__9__ Inguinal: groin __12__ Acromial: rounded area of shoulder
_26___ Hallux: big toe __16__ Antebrachial: forearm
__7__ Mammary: breast
__15__ Antecubital: anterior elbow surface
__17__ Manus: hand __6__ Axillary: armpit
__25__ Metatarsal: foot
__13__ Brachial: arm
__2__ Nasal: nose
__16__ Carpal: wrist
__3__ Oral: mouth
__4__ Cervical: neck region
__1__ Orbital: bony eye socket __19__ Coxal: hip
__21__ Patellar: anterior knee
__22__ Crural: leg
__10__ Pelvic: pelvis region
__18__ Digital: fingers or toes
__11__ Pubic: genital region __20__ Femoral: thigh
__5__ Sternal: breastbone region
__23__ Fibular: side of the leg
__24__ Tarsal: ankle
B. Posterior Body Landmarks
Choose only one answer for each section. Please enter 1-12 in the spaces provided.
__12__ Calcaneal: heel
__4__ Plantar: inside of foot
__6__ Cervical: neck
__2__ Popliteal: back of knee
__11__ Gluteal: buttocks
__10__ Sacral: between hips
_1___ Femoral: thigh
__7__ Scapular: shoulder blade area
__9__ Lumbar: back area between ribs and hips
_3___ Sural: calf of leg _5___ Occipital: base of posterior of skull
__8__ Vertebral: spinal column
C. Abdominopelvic Quadrants
Choose only one answer for each section. Please enter A-D in space provided.
Activity 3: Organ Systems
3-1: Match the organ system to its function. Please enter A-K in space provided. Answers can be used more than one time but choose only one answer for each question.
__K__ 1. Rids the...
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