Types of Anatomy
Maintaining Homeostasis
Body Regions
Directional Terms
Organ Systems
100
Study of the body by systems.
What is Systemic Anatomy
100
This mechanism function to maintain homeostasis by reducing and reversing the changes in the output.
What is Negative Feedback Mechanism
100
The abdominal region contains this.
What is The Abdomen
100
This term means located at the front of the body.
What is Anterior
100
This system provides support for the body and contains the bones.
What is The Skeletal System
200
Study of the body by areas.
What is Regional Anatomy
200
Mechanism that maintains homeostasis by enhancing the output, designed to push levels out of normal range.
What is Positive Feedback
200
The oral region contains this.
What is The Mouth
200
This term means located at the back of the body.
What is Posterior
200
This system controls body movements and functions; contains brain and spinal cord.
What is The Nervous System
300
Study of external features.
What is Surface Anatomy
300
The ideal normal value that homeostasis strives to keep.
What is Set Point
300
The cervical region contains this.
What is The Neck
300
This term means toward the mid line of the body.
What is Medial
300
This system protects against environmental hazards and contains the skin, hair, and nails.
What is Integumentary System
400
This type of anatomy includes the study of the cardiovascular, nervous, and skeletal system.
What is Systemic Anatomy
400
The conditions that can change, such as temperature.
What is Variables
400
This region contains the fingers.
What is The Digital Region
400
This term means nearer to the trunk of the body.
What is Proximal
400
This organ system contains the heart and blood vessels.
What is The Cardiovascular System
500
This type of anatomy is also called "superficial anatomy"
What is Surface Anatomy
500
Moniters value of a variable.
What is Receptor
500
This region contains the ears.
What is The Otic Region
500
The spinal cord is _ to the liver.
What is Posterior
500
This organ system contains the stomach, mouth, and intestines.
What is The Digestive System
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