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Transcript
Relaxing on your belly!
This is the
prone
position.
Lying on your back!
This is the
supine position.
Directional terms describe the
locations of structures in
relation to other structures
or locations in the body.
Superior
(toward head)
Inferior
(away from
head)
Directional terms describe the
locations of structures in
relation to other structures
or locations in the body.
Posterior
(toward
back)
Anterior
(toward
front)
Directional terms describe the
locations of structures in
relation to other structures
or locations in the body.
Directional terms describe the
locations of structures in
relation to other structures
or locations in the body.
Medial
Lateral
The human body can be cut
along four planes.
Coronal- front and back
Transverse- top and bottom
The body can be divided into regions!
Cranial (Skull)
Frontal (Forehead)
Cephalic (Head)
Orbital (Eye cavity)
Otic (Ear)
Buccal (Cheek)
Nasal (Nose)
Facial (Face)
Oral (Mouth)
Mental (Chin)
The body can be divided into regions!
Cervical (Neck)
Acromial
(Shoulder)
Sternal (Breastbone)
Pectoral/Thoracic (Chest)
Brachial (Arm)
Axillary (Armpit)
Abdominal (Abdomen)
Umbilical (Navel)
Antecubital (Front of elbow)
Antebrachial (Forearm)
Carpal (Wrist)
Deltoid (shoulder curve)
Digital/Phalangeal (Finger)
Coxal (Hip)
Femoral (Thigh)
Crural (Leg)
Tarsal (ankle)
Pedal (Foot)
The body can be
divided into regions!
Occipital (Back of head)
Scapular (Shoulder blade)
Vertebral (Spinal column)
Dorsal (Back)
Lumbar (Lower back)
Sacral (Between hips)
Gluteal (Buttocks)
Popliteal (Back of knee)
Sural (Calf)
Calcaneal (Heel)
The body can be
divided into regions!
Palmar (Palm)
Inguinal (Groin)
Cubital/Olecranal (Back of elbow)
Dorsum (Back of hand)
The body can be
divided into regions!
Plantar (Sole)
Patellar (Knee)
Dorsum
(Top of foot)
The End