A&P 1, Unit 1

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Here is a great youtube video for the regions of the body :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMHxsX2iElg

Also complete workbook pages for this chapter :)

And if you are bad at spelling like me...everything ends in an "al" or "ac" so you don't have to worry about spelling a word wrong (like maybe it should end in "ol")

Here is a great youtube video for the regions of the body :)

Also complete workbook pages for this chapter :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMHxsX2iElg

And if you are bad at spelling like me...everything ends in an "al" or "ac" so you don't have to worry about spelling a word wrong (like maybe it should end in "ol")

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How to say the directions of where someone is hurt

Left or right, anterior or posterior, cavity or region (if a cavity is not present)

ex. the left, back side of someone's head is cracked

so it will be left, posterior, cranial cavity

ex. the right, femoral part of the leg is cut

so it will be left, anterior, femoral region

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How to determine left or right

Left or right is determined by the patients left or right

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anatomical position

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standing straight, legs slightly apart, palms down by legs facing forward

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anterior (ventral)

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toward the front

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posterior (dorsal)

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toward the back

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superior (cranial)

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toward the head, used when describing the trunk of the body

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inferior (caudal)

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toward the tail, used when describing the trunk of the body

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proximal

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closer to the point of origin (generally the trunk), used when describing arms and legs

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distal

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farther away from the point of origin (generally the trunk), used when describing arms and legs

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medial

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closer to the midline of the body

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lateral

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farther away from the midline of the body

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superficial

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closer to the surface

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deep

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away from the surface

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cephalic

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the head

Way to remember: You can have both a foul mind and mouth. Both of these together are part of the head

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occipital

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back of the head

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cervical

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neck

Way to Remember: both the throat (cervical region) and vagina (cervix) have smooth muscle tissue that can force stuff out (babies and vomit)

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upper limb

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palmar

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palm

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lower limb

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pedal

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foot

Way to Remeber: put the pedal to the metal

or

pedal a bicycle

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pubic

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inguinal

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manual

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hands

How to Remember: you hold a paper manual in manuals (hands)

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pelvic

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abdominal

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How to Remember: abdomen is from your belly button to your chest

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sternal

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How to Remember: the sternal region is right above the sternum bone of the ribcage

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thoracic regions (left and right)

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arm

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forearm

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thigh

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leg

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popliteal

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back of the knee, the part that bends when you "pop" your heal

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plantar

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bottom of the foot, you plant your plantars (feet) firmly on the ground

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gluteal

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butt

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sacral

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How to Remember: sacral is between two sacs of muscle and fat-- butt cheeks

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lumbar

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vertebral

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cranial

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ask sahara what all the cranial counts as

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frontal

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forehead

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ocular

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eye, you use your oculars to look through binoculars

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nasal

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nose, you buy nasal spray when you have a cold or allergies

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mental

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chin, she went mental (crazy)...she wouldn't stop talking about her chin

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oral

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mouth, when you go to the dentist you see an oral hygienist

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buccal

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cheeks, to play a bugle horn you must fill your buccals with air

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otic

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ears, you can hear a ticking sound with your otic

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axillary

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armpit

Way to Remember: your arms move on an axis...the axillary (armpit)

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acromial

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point of the shoulder, when you get shoulder surgery you get chrome replacement

or chrome shoulder pads

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brachial

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arm, it is ok to break your arm

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antecubital

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the anterior surface of the elbow, you walk arms linked with your auntie

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antebrachial

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forearm, this is the part of the brachial (arm) that touches the antecubital

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carpal

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wrist, you move your carpals to drive

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metacarpal

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meta means "after" so metacarpals to come after your carpals

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digital

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a finger or toe, people call their fingers and toes their digits

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coxal

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hip

How to Remember: think of cock (chicken) thigh and hips pieces

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femoral

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patellar

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knee

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tarsal

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ankle

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metatarsal

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digital

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a finger or toe, people call their fingers and toes their digits

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cranial cavity

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vertebral cavity

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thoracic cavity

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diaphragm

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abdominopelvic cavity

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right pleural cavity

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How to Remember: when a word is plural--it is more than one

you have more than one lung cavity, so it is the pleural cavity

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left pleural cavity

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How to Remember: when a word is plural--it is more than one

you have more than one lung cavity, so it is the pleural cavity

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mediastinum

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How to Remember: med-- like the middle of the chest

stinum-- like sternum bone that between lungs

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pericardial cavity

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How to Remember: the prefix peri-- means outside

cardiac-- means heart

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abdominal cavity

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pelvic cavity

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Right upper quadrant

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left upper quadrant

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right lower quadrant

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left lower quadrant

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right hypochondriac region

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epigastric region

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left hypochondriac region

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right lumbar region

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umbilical region

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left lumbar region

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right iliac region

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hypogastric region

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left iliac region

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midsagittal section/plane

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sagittal section/plane

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ignore the "para" it is correct but just "sagittal" is correct too :)

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frontal section/plane

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transverse section/plane

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