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LIST THE 4 BASIC TYPES OF TISSUES OF THE BODY
EPITHELIAL, MUSCULAR, CONNECTIVE, NERVOUS
THE LOWEST LEVEL OF THE STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF THE HUMAN BODY IS THE
CHEMICAL LEVEL
LIST THE 10 SYSTEMS OF THE HUMAN BODY
SKELETAL, REPRODUCTIVE, CIRCULATORY, NERVOUS, DIGESTIVE, MUSCULAR, RESPIRATORY, ENDOCRINE URINARY, INTEGUMENTARY
ELIMINATES SOLID WASTE FROM THE BODY
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
REGULATES FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE BALANCE AND VOLUME
URINARY SYSTEM
MAINTAINS POSTURE
MUSCULAR SYSTEM
REGULATES BODY ACTIVITIES WITH ELECTRICAL IMPULSES
NERVOUS SYSTEM
REGULATES BODILY ACTIVITIES THROUGH VARIOUS HORMONES
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
ELIMINATES CARBON DIOXIDE FROM BLOOD
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
RECEIVES STIMULI SUCH AS TEMPERATURE, PRESSURE, AND PAIN
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
REPRODUCES THE ORGANISM
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
HELPS REGULATE BODY TEMPERATURE
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
STORES CALCIUM
SKELETAL SYSTEM
ONE OT THE SIX FUNCTIONS OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM IS TO PROTECT AGAINST DISEASE? T/F
TRUE
LIST THE 2 DIVISIONS OF THE HUMAN SKELETAL SYSTEM
AXIAL SKELETON AND APPENDICULAR SKELETON
THE ADULT SKELETON SYSTEM CONTAINS 256 SEPARATE BONES.
T/F
FALSE. 206 BONES
THE SCAPULA IS PART OF THE AXIAL SKELETON. T/F
FALSE. APPENDICULAR SKELETON
THE SKULL IS PART OF THE AXIAL SKELETON. T/F
TRUE
THE PELVIS IS PART OF THE APPENDICULAR SKELETON. T/F
TRUE
LIST THE FOUR CLASSIFICATIONS OF BONES.
LONG, SHORT, FLAT, IRREGULAR
THE OUTER COVERING OF A LONG BONE, WHICH IS COMPOSED OF A DENSE, FIBROUS MEMBRANE, IS CALLED WHAT?
PERIOSTEUM
WHICH ASPECT OF LONG BONES IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF RED BLOOD CELLS?
MEDULLARY ASPECT
WHICH ASPECT OF THE LONG BONE IS ESSENTIAL FOR BONE GROWTH, REPAIR, AND NUTRITION?
PERIOSTEUM
IDENTIFY THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY GROWTH CENTERS FOR LONG BONES
PRIMARY: DIAPHYSIS

SECONDARY: EPIPHYSIS
EPIPHYSEAL FUSION OF THE LONG BONES IS COMPLETE BY THE AGE OF 16 YEARS. T/F
FALSE. 25 YRS
THE STUDY OF JOINTS OR ARTICULATIONS IS CALLED
ARTHROLOGY
LIST THE 3 FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS OF JOINTS AND DESCRIBE THEM
SYNARTHROSIS-IMMOVABLE JOINT
AMPHIARTHROSIS-LIMITED MOVE.
DIARTHROSIS-FREELY MOVEABLE
LIST THE 3 STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATIONS OF JOINTS:
FIBROUS, CARTILAGINOUS, SYNOVIAL.
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF FIRST CARPOMETACARPAL OF THUMB
SYNOVIAL JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE ROOTS AROUND TEETH
FIBROUS JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE PROXIMAL RADIOULNAR JOINT
SYNOVIAL JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE SKULL SUTURES
FIBROUS JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF EPIPHYSES
CARTILAGINOUS JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF INTERPHALANGEAL JOINTS
SYNOVIAL JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISTAL TIBIOFIBULAR JOINT
FIBROUS JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISK SPACE
CARTILAGINOUS JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF SYMPHYSIS PUBIS
CARTILAGINOUS JOINT
WHAT IS THE CORRECT STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE HIP JOINT
SYNOVIAL JOINT
LIST THE 6 TYPES OF MOVEMENT FOR SYNOVIAL JOINTS W/ SYNONYMS.
PLANE (GLIDING) JOINT
GINGLYMUS (HINGE) JOINT
TROCHOID (PIVOT) JOINT
ELLIPSOID (CONDYLOID) JOINT
SELLAR (SADDLE) JOINT
SPHERIOD(BALL & SOCKET) JOINT
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE FIRST CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT IS
SELLAR OR SADDLE
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE ELBOW JOINT IS
GINGLYMUS OR HINGE
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE SHOULDER JOINT IS
SPHERIOD OR BALL AND SOCKET
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE INTERCARPAL JOINT IS
PLANE OR GLIDING
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE WRIST JOINT IS
ELLIPSOID OR CONDYLOID
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE THIRD METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT IS
ELLIPSOID OR CONDYLOID
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE SECOND INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT IS
GINGLYMUS OR HINGE
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE DISTAL RADIOULNAR JOINT IS
TROCHOID OR PIVOT
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE ANKLE JOINT IS
GINGLYMUS OR HINGE
THE CORRECT MOVEMENT FOR THE FIRST AND SECOND CERVICAL VERTEBRA JOINT IS
TROCHOID OR PIVOT
AN X-RAY IR OR OTHER BASE MATERIAL CONTAINING AN IMAGE OF AN ANATOMIC PART OF A PATIENT IS A
RADIOGRAPH
AN UPRIGHT POSITION WITH THE ARMS ABDUCTED, PALMS FORWARD, HEAD & FEET DIRECTED STRAIGHT AHEAD IS
ANATOMIC POSITION
THE VERTICAL PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO EQUAL RIGHT AND LEFT PARTS IS THE
MIDSAGITTAL PLANE
THE VERTICAL PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE BODY INTO EQUAL ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR PARTS IS THE
MIDCORONAL PLANE
A PLANE TAKEN AT RIGHT ANGLES ALONG ANY POINT OF THE LONGITUDINAL AXIS OF THE BODY IS THE
HORIZONTAL (AXIAL) PLANE
A PLANE LOCATED B/W THE INFRAORBITAL MARGIN & THE SUPERIOR MARGIN OF THE EXTERNAL AUDITORY MEATUS
THE BASE PLANE OF THE SKULL
IS ALSO REFERRED TO AS THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PLANE
THE FRANKFORK HORIZONTAL PLANE
THE DIRECTION OR PATH OF THE CR OF THE X-RAY BEAM DEFINES THE FOLLOWING POSITIONING TERM
PROJECTION
THE POSITIONING TERM THAT DESCRIBES THE GENERAL AND SPECIFIC BODY POSITION IS
POSITION
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE POSITION IN WHICH THE BODY IS TURNED 90 DEGREES FROM A TRUE AP OR PA PROJECTION?
LATERAL POSITION
A PATIENT IS ERECT WITH THE BACK TO THE IR. THE L SIDE OF THE BODY IS TURNED 45D TOWARD THE IR. WH POSITION?
LEFT POSTERIOR OBLIQUE
A PATIENT IS RECUMBENT FACING THE IR. THE R SIDE OF THE BODY IS TURNED 15D TOWARD THE IR. WH POSITION?
LEFT ANTERIOR OBLIQUE
THE PATIENT IS LYING ON THE BACK. THE X-RAY BEAM IS DIRECTED HORIZ. & ENTERS THE R SIDE OF THE BODY. AN IR IS PLACED AGAINST THE L SIDE OF THE PATIENT. WH POSITION?
DORSAL DECUBITUS
(LEFT LATERAL)
THE PATIENT IS ERECT W/ THE R SIDE OF THE BODY AGAINST THE IR. THE X-RAY BEAM ENTERS THE L SIDE OF BODY. WH POSITION?
RIGHT LATERAL
PALM OF THE HAND
PALMAR
LYING ON THE BACK FACING UPWARD
SUPINE
AN UPRIGHT POSITION
ERECT
LYING DOWN IN ANY POSITON
RECUMBENT
FRONT HALF OF THE PATIENT
ANTERIOR
TOP OR ANTERIOR SURFACE OF THE FOOT
DORSUM PEDIS
POSITION IN WHICH HEAD IS HIGHER THAN THE FEET
FOWLER
POSTERIOR ASPECT OF FOOT
PLANTAR
POSITION IN WHICH HEASD IS LOWER THAN FEET
TRENDELENBURG
BACK HALF OF THE PATIENT
POSTERIOR
A PROJECTION DIRECTED PARALLEL TO OR AT AN ANGLE ALONG THE LONG AXIS OF THE BODY OR A PART IS
AXIAL PROJECTION
THE SPECIFIC POSITION THAT DEMOSTRATES THE APICES OF THE LUNGS, W/O SUPERIMPOSITION OF THE CLAVICLES IS CALLED A
LORDOTIC POSITION
WHAT TERM DESCRIBES THE BENDING OF A PART INWARD TOWARD THE MIDLINE AKA KNOCK-KNEED, LOSS OF ALIGN OF BONE FRAGMENTS
VARUS
OPPOSITE OF FLEXION
EXTENSION
OPPOSITE OF ULNAR DEVIATION
RADIAL DEVIATION
OPPOSITE OF DORSIFLEXION
PLANTAR FLEXION
OPPOSITE OF EVERSION
INVERSION
OPPOSITE OF LATERAL (EXTERNAL) ROTATION
MEDIAL (INTERAL) ROTATION
OPPOSITE OF ABDUCTION
ADDUCTION
OPPOSITE OF SUPINATION
PRONATION
OPPOSITE OF RETRACTION
PROTRACTION
OPPOSITE OF DEPRESSION
ELEVATION
NEAR THE SOURCE OR BEGINNING
PROXIMAL
ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE
CONTRALATERAL
TOWARD THE CENTER
MEDIAL
TOWARD THE HEAD END OF THE BODY
CEPHALAD OR SUPERIOR
AWAY FROM THE SOURCE OR BEGINNING
DISTAL
OUTSIDE OR OUTWARD
EXTERIOR
ON THE SAME SIDE
IPSILATERAL
NEAR THE SKIN SURFACE
SUPERFICIAL
AWAY FROM THE HEAD END
CAUDAD OR INFERIOR
FARTHER FROM THE SKIN SURFACE
DEEP
MOVING OR THRUSTING THE JAW FORWARD FROM THE NORMAL POSITION IS AN EXAMPLE OF
PROTRACTION
TO TURN OR BEND THE WRIST TOWARD THE RADIUS SIDE IS CALLED
RADIAL DEVIATION
LIST THE 4 TYPES OF BODY HABITUS
HYPERSTHENIC, STHENIC, HYPOSTHENIC, ASTHENIC
WHICH TYPE OF BODY HABITUS IS DESCRIBED AS BEING AVERAGE
STHENIC
WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE POPULATION HAS THE AVERAGE BODY TYPE
50%
WHAT % OF THE POPULATION HAS THE HYPERSTHENIC BODY HABITUS
5%
WHAT % OF THE POPULATION HAS THE ASTHENIC BODY HABITUS
10%
WHAT % OF THE POPULATION HAS THE HYPOSTHENIC BODY HABITUS
35%
THE PHYSICAL LOCALIZATION OF BONY LANDMARKS ON A PATIENT IS CALLED
PALPATION
BOTH ARE FREELY MOVABLE JOINTS
SYNOVIAL & DIATHRODIAL JOINTS
IS A FILM OR OTHER BASE MATERIAL CONTAINING A PROCESSED IMAGE OF AN ANATOMIC PART OF A PATIENT AS PRODUCED BY ACTION OF XRAY
RADIOGRAPH
THE PRODUCTION OF RADIOGRAPHS OR OTHER FORMS OF RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGES
RADIOGRAPHY
SPECIFICALLY REFERS TO THE PHYSICAL PIECE OF MATERIAL ON WHICH THE RADIOGRPAHIC IMAGE IS EXPOSED
X-RAY FILM
ARE A REPRESENTATION OF THE PATIENTS ANATOMIC STRUCTURES
RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGES
LIST THE 4 BODY PLANES
SAGITTAL PLANE
CORONAL PLANE
HORIZONTAL PLANE
OBLIQUE PLANE
TOUCHING A CURVE OR SURFACE AT ONLY ONE POINT. A PROJECTION THAT SKIMS A BODY PART
TANGENTIAL
A TERM DENOTING CURVATURE OF THE CERVICAL AND LUMBAR SPINE
LORDOTIC
REFERS TO THE LONG AXIS OF A STRUCTURE OR PART
AXIAL PROJECTION
A LATERAL PROJECTION THROUGH THE THORAX
TRANSTHORACIC
A BODY MOVEMENT KNOWN BY LEANING BACKWARDS
HYPEREXTENSION
A BODY MOVEMENT KNOWN TO MOVE AROUND IN FORM OF A CIRCLE
CIRCUMDUCTION
THE PATIENT GENERAL PHYSICAL POSITION SUCH AS SUPINE, PRONE, RECUMBENT, OR ERECT, LATERALS & OBLIQUES
POSITION
REFERRING TO THE PATH OR DIRECTION OF THE CR.
PROJECTION
NAME THE 5 POSITIONING SEQUENCE & ROUTINE STEPS
GENERAL PATIENT POSITIONING
MEASURING PART THICKNESS
PART POSITIONING
IMAGE RECEPTOR CENTERING
ENSURING CORRECT GONADAL
SHIELD PLACEMENT
INCLUDES THE ALIMENTARY CANAL AND CERTAIN ACCESSORY ORGANS
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
IS MADE UP OF THE MOUTH PHARYNX, ESOPHAGUS, STOMACH, SM INTESTINE, LG INTESTINE & ANUS
ALIMENTARY CANAL
IS MADE UP OF SALIVARY GLANDS, LIVER, GALL BLADDER, AND PANCREAS
ACCESSORY ORGANS
LIST THE 2 FUNCTIONS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
-TO PREPARE FOOD FOR ABSORPTION BY THE CELLS
-TO ELIMINATE SOLID WASTES FROM THE BODY
IS COMPOSED OF 2 LUNGS & A SERIES OF PASSAGES CONNECTING TO THE LUNGS TO THE OUTSIDE ATMOSPHERE.
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
THE STRUCTURES MAKING UP THE PASSAGEWAY ARE THE NOSE, MOUTH, PHARYNX, LARYNX, TRACHEA, & BRONCHIAL TREE
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
LIST THE 3 FUNCTIONS OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
-TO SUPPY OXYGEN TO THE BLOOD & CELLS -TO ELIMINATE CARBON DIOXIDE FR THE BLOOD
-ASSIST INREGULATING THE ACID-BASE BALANCE OF BLOOD
INCLUDES ORGANS THAT PRODUCE, TRANSPORT, AND STORE THE GERM CELLS.
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
IS THE SCIENCE OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN BODY
ANATOMY
DEALS WITH FUNCTIONS OF THE BODY
PHYSIOLOGY
ARE GROUPS OF SIMILAR CELLS THAT, TOGETHER W/ THEIR INTERCELLULAR MATERIAL, PERFORM A SPECIFIC FUNCTION
TISSUES
TISSUES THAT COVER INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SURFACES OF THE BODY INCLUDING LINING OF VESSELS & ORGANS
EPITHELIAL
TISSUES THAT BIND TOGETHER AND SUPPORT THE VARIOUS STRUCTURES
CONNECTIVE
TISSUES THAT MAKE UP THE SUBSTANCE OF A MUSCLE
MUSCULAR
TISSUES THAT MAKE UP THE SUBSTANCE OF NERVES AND NERVE CENTERS
NERVOUS
LIST THE 10 SYSTEMS THAT MAKES UP THE HUMAN BODY
SKELETAL, CIRCULATORY, DIGESTIVE, RESPIRATORY, URINARY, REPRODUCTIVE, NERVOUS, MUSCULAR, ENDOCRINE, & INTEGUMENTARY
THE STUDY OF BONES IS TERMED
OSTEOLOGY
THE STUDY OF JOINTS IS TERMED
ARTHROLOGY
LIST THE 4 FUNCTIONS OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
-TO SUPPORT & PROTECT BODY
-TO ALLOW MOVEMENT
-TO PRODUCE BLOOD CELLS
-TO STORE CALCIUM
WHAT IS THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM COMPOSED OF
CARDIOVASCULAR ORGANS & LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
LIST THE 6 FUNCTIONS OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
-TO DISTR. OXYGEN & NUTRIENTS TO CELLS
-TO CARRY CELL WASTE & CARBON DIOXIDE FR CELLS
-TO TRANSPORT WATER, ELECTROLYTES, HORMONES, & ENZYMES
-TO PROTECT AGAINST DISEASE
-TO PREVENT HEMORRHAGE
-TO HELP REGULATE BODY TEMP.
THE ORGANS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM ARE THE
KIDNEYS, URETERS, BLADDER, AND URETHA
LIST THE 4 FUNCTIONS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM
-TO REG. CHEM COMP OF BLOOD
-TO ELIMINATE MANY WASTE PROD
-TO REG FLUID & ELECTROLYTE
BALANCE AND VOLUME
-TO MAINTAIN ACID-BASE BAL
IS COMPOSED OF THE BRAIN, SPINAL CORD, NERVES, GANGLIA
& REGULATES BODY ACTIVITIES W/ ELECTRICAL IMPULSES
NERVOUS SYSTEM
IS SUBDIVIDED INTO 3 TYPES SKELETAL, VISCERAL, & CARDIAC
MUSCULAR SYSTEM
WHAT % OF WEIGHT OF THE HUMAN BODY IS COMPOSED OF VOLUNTARY OR STRIATED SKELETAL MUSCLE
43%
LIST THE 3 FUNCTIONS OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
-TO ALLOW MOVEMENT
-TO MAINTAIN POSTURE
-TO PRODUCE HEAT
INCL ALL THE DUCTLESS GLANDS OF BODY (TESTES,OVARIES,
PANCREAS,ADRENALS,THYMUS,
THYROID,PINEAL,PITUTARY)
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
TO REGULATE BODILY ACTIVITIES THROUGH HORMONES
IS COMPOSED OF SKIN AND ALL STRUCTURES DERIVED FROM THE SKIN
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
THE LARGEST ORGAN OF THE BODY COVERING 7620 SQ CENTIMETERS
SKIN
LIST THE 4 FUNCTIONS OF THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM
-TO REGULATE BODY TEMP
-TO PROTECT THE BODY
-TO ELIMINATE WASTE PROD THRU PERSPIRATION
-TO RECEIVE CERTAIN STIMULI (TEMP,PRESSURE,& PAIN)
CONSISTS OF 80 BONES THAT LIE ON OR NEAR THE CENTRAL AXIS OF BODY
AXIAL SKELETON
CONSISTS OF 126 BONES OF THE UPPER & LOWER LIMBS & SHOULDER, PELVIC GIRDLES
APPENDICULAR SKELETON
CONSIST OF A BODY & 2 ENDS OR EXTREMITIES, FOUND ONLY IN APPENDICULAR SKELETON (LIMBS,SPONGY OR COMPACT BONE & PERIOSTEUM)
LONG BONES
CONTAINS A THICKER LAYER OF COMPACT BONE THAN THE ENDS TO HELP RESIST THE STRESS OF THE WEIGHT PLACED ON THEM
BODY OR SHAFT
HIGHLY PORUS AND USUALLY CONTAINS RED BONE MARROW RESP. FOR PROD OF RED BLOOD CELLS
SPONGY OR CANCELLOUS BONE
USUALLY CONTAINS FATTY YELLOW MARROW IN THE BODY OF A HOLLOW LONG BONE
MEDULLARY CAVITY
A DENSE FIBROUS MEMBRANE COVERS THE BONE EXCEPT AT THE ARTICULATING SURFACES
PERIOSTEUM
MEANING GLASSY OR CLEAR, IS A COMMON TYPE OF CARTILAGE OR CONNECTING TISSUE AKA GRISTLE
HYALINE
ARE ROUGHLY CUBOIDAL AND ARE FOUND ONLY IN THE WRISTS AND ANKLES. (8 CARPAL BONES & 7 TARSAL BONES)
SHORT BONES
CONSIST OF 2 PLATES OF COMPACT BONE W/ CANCELLOUS BONE & MARROW B/W THEM (CALVARIUM,STERNUM,RIBS,
SCAPULAE)
FLAT BONES
BONES THAT HAVE PECULIAR SHAPES (VETEBRAE, FACIAL, BONES OF PELVIS & BASE OF CRANIUM)
IRREGULAR BONES
THE NARROW SPACE B/W THE INNER AND THE OUTER TABLE OF FLAT BONES IN THE CRANIUM
DIPLOE
TYPE OF SYNOVIAL JOINT PERMITS LEAST MOVEMENT AKA SLIDING OR GLIDING MOTION B/W ARTICULATING SURFACES
PLANE OR GLIDING JOINTS
JOINT IS MOLDED TO EACH OTHER IN A WAY TO PERMIT FLEXION AND EXTENSION MOVEMENTS OLNLY
GINGLYMUS OR HINGE JOINTS
JOINT IS FORMED BY A BONY, PIVOTLIKE PROCESS SURROUNDED BY LIGAMENTS ALLOWS FOR ROTATIONAL MOVEMENTS
TROCHOID OR PIVOT JOINTS
JOINT MOVEMENT OCCURS PRIMARILY IN 1 PLANE ALLOWS FLEXION/EXTENSION & ABDUCTION/ADDUCTION
ELLIPSOID OR CONDYLOID JOINTS
JOINT THAT THE ENDS OF THE BONES ARE SHAPED CONCAVE-CONVEX AND POSITIONED OPPOSITE TO EACH OTHER
EX. THUMB
SELLAR OR SADDLE JOINTS
JOINT ALLOWS THE GREATEST FREEDOM OF MOTION
EX. HIP & SHOULDER JOINTS
SPHEROID OR BALL & SOCKET JOINT
THE PRODUCTION OF RADIOGRAPHS OR OTHER FORMS OF RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGES
RADIOGRAPHY
A RECUMBENT OBLIQUE POSITION W/ PATIENT LYING ON LEFT ANTERIOR SIDE W/ R KNEE & THIGH FLEXED W/ L ARM EXT DOWN BEHIND THE BACK
SIM'S POSITION
ANY ANGLE OF THE CR MORE THAN 10 DEGREES ALONG THE LONG AXIS OF THE BODY
AXIAL PROJECTION
ANY ANGLE TOWARD THE HEAD END OF THE BODY
AKA SUPERIOR
CEPHALAD
ANY ANGLE TOWARD THE FEET OR AWAY FROM THE HEAD END
AKA INFERIOR
CAUDAD ANGLE
NEARER THE SKIN SURFACE V/S FARTHER AWAY
SUPERFICIAL V/S DEEP
SWAYBACK V/S HUMPBACK
LORDOSIS V/S KYPHOSIS
DECREASES THE ANGLE V/S INCREASES THE ANGES
FLEXION V/S EXTENSION
TURN/BEND THE HAND/WRIST FR THE NATURAL POS TOWARD THE ULNAR SIDE V/S TOWARD THE RADIAL SIDE OF WRIST
ULNAR DEVIATION V/S RADIAL DEVIATION OF WRIST
AN OUTWARD STRESS MOVEMENT OF THE FOOT V/S INWARD STRESS MOVEMENT OF THE FOOT
EVERSION V/S INVERSION
BENDING THE PART OUTWARD OR AWAY FR THE MIDLINE V/S INWARD OR TOWARD THE MIDLINE
VALGUS V/S VARUS
ROTATION MOVING THE ANTERIOR TOWARD THE INSIDE V/S ROTATION MOVING THE ANTERIOR TOWARD THE OUTSIDE
MEDIAL ROTATION V/S
LATERAL ROTATION
LATERAL MOVEMENT OF ARM/LEG AWAY FR BODY V/S MOVEMENT ARM/LEG TOWARD THE BODY
ABDUCTION V/S ADDUCTION
ROTATIONAL MOVEMENT OF HAND INTO ANATOMIC POS V/S ROTATION OF HAND INTO OPPOSITE OF ANATOMIC POS
SUPINATION V/S PRONATION
A MOVEMENT FORWARD FR NORMAL POS V/S A MOVEMENT BACKWARD
PROTRACTION V/S RETRACTION
LIFTING, RAISING, OR MOVING OF A PART SUPERIORLY V/S LETTING DOWN, LOWERING, OR MOVING A PART INFERIORLY
ELEVATION V/S DEPRESSION
TURN OR ROTATE A BODY PART ON AXIS V/S A SLANTING MOVEMENT W/ LONG AXIS
ROTATION V/S TILT