Planes, Cavities and Regions
Homeostasis
Anatomy vs Physiology
Positions and Directional terms
Bones, Muscles, and Joints (Oh my!)
100

3 types of planes of the body

What is Sagittal, Coronal, and Transverse

100

Translate Homeostasis

What is Homeo-same  stasis-not moving or changing 

100

Literally means to cut apart.

What is anatomy?

100

Standing tall, feet slightly apart, head and toes facing forward, arms out at sides, palms facing forward

What is anatomical poistion?

100

Bone that makes up the upper arm.

What is the humerus?

200

Name 2 main body cavities

What is the Dorsal cavity and Ventral cavity

200

2 feedbacks of homeostasis 

What is Negative and positive feedback

200

The study of nature's purpose.

What is physiology?

200

The heart is ____________ to the lungs

What is medial?

200

This joint allows for free movement in all planes.

What is a ball and socket joint?

300

2 cavities that the diaphragm divides

What is the Thoracic and Abdominal cavities

300

Homeostatic mechanisms encourage the response (departs from set point with no return)

Positive Feedback

300

2 of the major types of anatomy

What is Gross Anatomy and Microscopic Anatomy?

300

Parts of the body that proximal and distal can be used

What is the arms or legs?

300

Leslie has hit this bone and now has a headache. 

What is the frontal bone?

400

The quadrant where most of the stomach lies.

What is the left upper quadrant?

400

Homeostatic mechanisms reverse the response (returns to set point after departure)

What is Negative Feedback?

400

This determines function

What is form

400

Lateral limb to the stomach.

What is the arm?

400

Wrist bones 

What are your carpals?

500

Plane that separates inferior and superior parts of the body

What is the transverse plane?

500

Process of the body maintaining stable internal conditions

What is homeostasis?

500

Kidney filtration, bone growth, and heart rhythm would all be studied under which field: anatomy or physiology? 

What is physiology?

500

The lungs are _____________ to the stomach.

What is superior?

500

Most injections and intramuscular vaccinations go into this muscle.

What is the deltoid?

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