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Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct word from the list below. Some words
from the list will be used more than once. Most of the answers will come from the list
below, but some answers are not in the list of words.
superior
inferior
lateral
medial
proximal
distal
anterior
posterior
deep
superficial
1.
The nose is ___________________ to the right ear.
2.
The wrist is ____________________ to the distal heads of the radius and ulna.
3.
The spine is ____________________ to the head.
4.
Your muscles are ____________________ to your skin.
5.
Your left eye is _______________________to your left ear.
6.
The eyes are __________________________ to the nose.
7.
Your chest is ___________________________ to your spine.
8.
The right pectoral muscle is ________________________ the breastbone.
9.
The buttocks are __________________ to the pelvis bones.
10.
The distal head of humerus and the proximal heads of the radius and
ulna touch to make the _________________________.
11.
The quadriceps muscles are on the ____________________ surface of the thigh.
12.
The gastrocnemius muscle is on the ___________________ surface of the lower leg.
13.
The epidermis layer of skin is ______________________ to the hypodermis layer of skin.
14.
The proximal head of the humerus bone meets to make a joint at the _______________.
15.
Your skeleton is ___________________ to the muscles attached to it.
16.
The latissimus dorsi muscle is on the __________________ surface of the body.
17.
The knee joint is formed where the _______________ head of the femur bone and
the _______________ heads of the tibia and fibula bones meet.
18.
When in anatomical position, the first digit of the right hand is _______________ to the
second digit of the the right hand.
19.
Describe anatomical position and explain why it is necessary when studying human
anatomy.
20.
Use anatomical directions to describe the location of your heart. Be specific enough so
anyone who knows anatomical terminology could follow your directions to navigate their
way around the human body to find the human heart. (Write your answer on the back or
attach a separate sheet of paper.)