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What is the acromial?

the shoulder

100
What is the calcaneal?

the heel


100

What is the difference between dissection and vivisection?

dissection is when something is dead and vivisection is alive. 

100

What term describes towards the front?

anterior & ventral


100

What is the 3rd level?

tissue


200

What is the fibular?

The side of the shin.

200

What is the otic?

the ear.


200

Who became the father of Modern Anatomy?

Andreas Vesalius.


200

middle or toward the midline is?

medial


200

What is the 2nd level?

cells

300

What is the inguinal?

above the pubic area

300

What is the gluteal?

the buttcheek

300

Anatomy is ? while physiology is ?

form & function


300
What term means close to the point of attachment?
proximal.
300

What is the 6th level?

Organisms

400
What is the mental?

the chin

400

What is the popliteal?

back of the knee.

400
Who wrote the most famous Anatomy book series known as "Fabrica"?

Andreas Vesalius.

400

What does superficial (external) mean?

near the surface.

400

what is the 1st level?

chemical/molecular (atoms)

500

What is the palmar? If the body was cut transversely, which half would the palmars be located?

the palm; on the bottom half. 

500

What is the scapular?

the shoulder-blade 

500

Around what time were the Egyptians interested in anatomy?

300 BC

500

What does supine mean?

Lying face up.

500

What is the 4th level?

organs
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