A&P and Terminology
Find the “Cavity Image” in the room. Identify the cavities, PAYING SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE BOUNDARIES, using the image in your lab book. Mark them on this image:
Label the quadrants and regions in the boxes:
Study the use of these words in your lab book under the section "Body Orientation":
Use this image to answer the following questions, using the options given BELOW each statement
"A" is ______________ to "B" Choices: Superior Inferior Ventral Dorsal
| "C" is both ______________ and __________ to "E" Choices: Anterior Posterior Superior Inferior
| "J" is both ______________ and __________ to "I" Choices: Superior Inferior Medial Lateral
| "B" is ______________ to "A" Choices: Superior Inferior Proximal Distal
| "B" is ______________ to "D" Choices: Cranial Caudal Anterior Posterior
| "G" is ______________ to "F" Choices: Medial Lateral Proximal Distal
| "C" is ______________ to "B" Choices: Lateral Medial Ventral Dorsal
| "E" is both ______________ and __________ to "A" Choices: Ventral Dorsal Cranial Caudal
| "F" is ______________ to "G" Choices: Ventral Dorsal Proximal Distal
| "D" is ______________ to "B" Choices: Lateral Medial Anterior Posterior
| "I" is ______________ to "H" Choices: Medial Lateral Proximal Distal
| "A" is ______________ to "B" Choices: Cranial Caudal Proximal Distal
| "D" is ______________ to "C" Choices: Caudal Cranial Ventral Dorsal
| "H" is ______________ to "I" Choices: Medial Lateral Superficial Deep
| "B" is ______________ to "A" Choices: Cranial Caudal Proximal Distal
| Station 2
Do at your desk, with 1 or 2 partners.
Demonstrate the Correct Anatomical Position and Surface Landmarks.
1. Oral exercise. Describe out loud the Correct Anatomical Position (CAP) to your partners. What is the position of the head? The hands? The feet?
2. Oral exercise. This assumes that there are 2 people, but it can be done with more. Take turns standing in CAP. Have Partner #1 indicate the first on his/her list, then have Partner 2, find the first oh his/her list, then go down the list in order, going between the 2 partners.
| Partner #2
| cranial & facial
frontal & orbital
| mental & buccal
sternal & pectoral
carpal & palmar
| digital (ID all 20!)
coxal & pelvic
| popliteal & sural
crural & fibular
3. Comparison exercise. Next to each term on the table above, place an "A" it is only seen on the front of the body, a "P" if it is only seen on the back of the body, or a "B" if it can bee seen on both sides.
Locate the torso model. If the model is not Aput together@, do so before starting. Do the following:
1. Take off the “front plate” of the model, so you can see the internal organs.
Locate on the torso model all of the gross organs listed here. Use images in your lecture book if you need to:
Brain, Spinal Cord, Heart, Lungs, Bronchi, Trachea, Larynx Thyroid Gland, Diaphragm, Liver, Gall Bladder, Stomach, Pancreas, Spleen, Small Intestines, Large Intestines, Rectum
After removing the digestive organs from the model:
Kidneys, Ureters, Bladder, Adrenal Gland, Descending Aorta, Inferior Vena Cava
2. When you took off the “front plate”, what kind of section did you make?
3. Look at the head & neck region. What kind of section is this?
4. Look at the arms and legs. What kind of section is this?
5. Pull out the lungs.What kind of section...
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