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abdomino
abdomen
adipo
fat
antero
front
caudo
tail
cephalo
head
chondro
cartilage
crani
head
cyto
cell
disto
away from
dorso
back of body
epithelio
epithelium
histo
tissues
infero
below
latero
side
medio
middle
epi
above
inter
between
intra
within
peri
around or about
post
behind or after
retro
behind or backward
sub
under or below
supra
above
trans
through or across
cytology
study of cells and their function
neurons
nerve cells
histology
study of tissue
epithelial tissue
lines internal organs and makes skin
mucous membranes
are also epithelial
connective tissue includes.....
fat, bone, and cartilage
integumentary system = _____ specialty
dermatology
musculoskeletal system = _____ specialty
orthopedics
lymphatic system = _____ specialty
immunology
respiratory system = _____ specialty
otorhinolaryngology
digestive system = _____ specialty
gastroenterology
urinary system = _____ specialty
nephrology
male repo system = _____ specialty
urology
ear system = _____ specialty
otorhinolaryngology
eye system = _____ specialty
ophthamology
sagittal/median plane
into body like knife, divides R/L
frontal/coronal plane
divides body into front and back
transverse/horizontal plane
like a decapitation
superior
on top, above
inferior
below, beneath
anterior
towards the front
posterior
towards the back
medial
to the middle or near it
lateral
refers to side
apex
tip or summit of organ
base
bottom or lower part of organ
proximal
near
distal
far
superficial
toward surface of body
supine
body laying down, faces up
prone
body lying down, faces down
proximal
near
distal
far
superficial
towards the surface
supine
body facing upward
prone
body facing down
dorsal (back) cavities
include the cranial and spinal cavities
ventral (front) cavities
includes the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities
thoracic cavity contains
lungs and mediastinum
thoracic and abdominopelvic separated by the....
diaphragm
viscera
internal organs of ventral cavities
abdomino regions: hypochondriac = (top/bottom?)
top
abdomino regions: iliac = (top/bottom?)
bottom (pelvis!)
abdomino regions: lumbar/umbillical is where?
middle
epigastric/hypogastric
epigastric- above
hypogastric below
abdomino region also divided into quads
like RUQ, LUQ, LLQ, and LUQ