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ANATOMICAL POSITION
PERSON STANDING ERECT FACING FORWARD, PALMES FACING FORWARD
PLANES
FLAST SURFACE DIVIDING A BODY INTO HALVES
MIDLINE
CENTER OF BAKY, BETWEENEYES, EXTENDING THRU UMBILICUS, CREATES LEFT AND RIGHT HALVES
MEDIAL
POSITION CLOSE TO THE MIDLINE
LATERAL
POSITION FURTHER AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE
BILATERAL
REFERS TO BOTH SIDES OF THE BODY
MID-AXILLARY LINE
VERTICALLY FROM MID ARMPIT TO THE ANKLE CREATES FRONT AND BACK HALVES
ANTERIOR
FRONT HALF ALSO REFERRED TO AS DORSAL
SUPERIOR
ABOVE
INFERIOR
BELOW
PROXIMAL
CLOSER TO THE TORSO
DISTAL
FARTHER AWAY FROM THE TROSO
PALMAR
PALM OF THE HAND
PLANTAR
SOLE OF THE FOOT
MID CLAVICULAR LINE
RUNS THRU THE CENTER OF THE CLAVICLE AND THE NIPPLE BELOW
UPPER LEFT QUAD
STOMACH, SPLEEN, PORTION OF THE COLON, SMALL INTESTINE
RIGHT UPPER QUAD
LIVER,GALL BLADDER, PORTION OF THE COLON, SMALL INTESTINE
RIGHT LOWER QUAD
SMALL INTESTINE LARGE INTESTINE APPENDIX
LEFT LOWER QUAD
SMALL INTESTINE LARGE INTESTINE
SUPINE
LYING ON BACK
PRONE
LYING ON ABDOMEN
FOWLERS POSITION
SEATED POSITION 45-60 DEGREE ANGLE LEGS MAY BE STRAIGHT OUT OR BENT
SEMI-FOWLER'S POSITION
SEMI-SITTING POSITIOIN
TRENDELENBURG POSITION
PT. LYING WITH HEAD SLIGHTLY LOWER THAN FEET
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM- COMPONENTS
BONES, MUSCLES, LIGAMENT, TENDONS,
LIGAMENTS
BONE TO BONE
TENDONS
MUSCLE TO BONE
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM- FUNCTIONS
GIVES BODY SHAPE, PROTECTS VITAL INTERNAL ORGANS. PORVIDES FOR BODY MONVMENT
CERVICAL SPINE
NECK
THORACIC SPINE
CHEST. RIBS ATTACH POSTERIORLY
LUMBAR SPINE
MID BACK
SACRAL SPINE
SACRUM
COCCYX
TAILBONE
THORACIC CAVITY
FORMED BY BONES, CONTAINS HEART, LUNGS, MAJOR BLOOD VESSELS
LATERAL MALLEOLUS
DISTAL END OF FIBULA
MEDIAL MALLEOLUS
DISTAL END OF TIBIA
TARSALS
ANKLE
METATARSALS
FOOT
CALCANOUS
HEEL
PHALANGES
TOES
ACROMION PORCESS
HIGHEST PORTION OF THE SHOULDER
HUMERUS
UPPER ARM
RADIUS
FORARM
ULNA
FOREARM
CARPALS
WRIST
METACARPALS
HAND
PHALANGES
FINGERS