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what is anatomy?
the study of a being and how its parts relate
What is physiology
how their parts work
Pathology
the study of disease
Chemicals
amino acids, carbs, and lipids
amino acids
proteins
carbohydrates
sugars
lipids
fats
cells
the smallest living unit
tissue
cells acting together to preform a function
organs
different tissues arranged to preform special functions
systems
different organs preforming complex functions, working together
body
an organization of systems working together for survival of the organism
Ventral Body cavity
front
Thoracic cavity
mediastinum(heart), right and left pleural(lungs)(chest catiety)
Thoracic cavity and Abdomino pelvic cavity are separated by the ?
Diaphragm
Abdinimo pelvic cavity
digestive organs, urinary bladder, and female reproductive organs
Dorsal body cavity
back
Dorsal= cranial cavity?
spinal cavity?
brain and spinal cord
sagittal
divides the body into right and left sides
mid-sagittal
divides the body into 2 equal halves
frontal
divides the body into front and back
transverse
"horizontal plane" divides the body into upper and lower body sections
superior
above, twords head
infferior
below, twords feet
anterior
front aka= ventral
posterior
back aka= dorsal
medial
side closest to the middle of the body
lateral
side closest to the outside of the body
proximal
closer to the place of attachment of extremity
Distal
furthur from the place of attachment of extremity
suoerficial
near surface
deep
furthur away from the surface
supine
lying face up
prone
lying face down
axial
head, neck, trunk
appendicular
upper and lower extremites