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Dorsal Cavity
Back of Body
The Dorsal Cavity contains the _______ and the ______.
Cranial Cavity
Spinal Cavity
Ventral Cavity
Front of body
The Ventral Cavity contains the ________, ________, and the ________.
Thoracic Cavity
Abdominal Cavity
Pelvic Cavity
Anterior
Front
Posterior
Back
Medial
Toward Midline
Lateral
Away from midline
Proximal
Nearest to the point of attachment
Distal
Farthest from the point of attachment
Superficial
near the surface
deep
away from the surface
plantar
sole of foot
dorsum
top of foot
peripheral
away from center
Supine
Laying face up - palms facing front
Prone
Laying face down - palms facing back
Frontal Plane is also known as the ________?
Coronal Plane
Frontal Plane
Seperates a structure into anterior & posterior portions
Sagittal Plane
Seperates structure into left and right sides.
Transverse Plane
Seperates structure into superior & inferior portions.
Iliac
Pertaining to the hip
Caudal
pertaining to the tail
cranial
pertaining to the skull
dorsal
pertaining to the back
inguinal
pertaining to the groin
medial
pertaining to the middle
spinal
pertaining to the spine
ventral
pertaining to the front
visceral
pertaining to the internal organs
pelvic
pertaining to the pelvis
phrenic
pertaining to the diaphragm
thoracic
pertaining to the chest
anterior
pertaining to the front
inferior
pertaining to below
posterior
pertaining to the back
superior
pertaining to above
What are the 9 abdominopelvic regions?
Right hypochondriac region, epigastric region, left hypochondriac region, right lumbar region, umbilical region, left lumbar region, right hypochondriac, epigastric, hypogastric