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What is the term used to describe the study of the structural basis of body function?
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What is the term used to describe the study of the functional relevance of a structure?
What is the term used to describe the functional reasons behind the structure?
Which type of anatomical science are we focused on?
What type of anatomical science breaks the body up into body systems?
What is the microscopic analysis of diseased tissue called?
What is the study of the structure and function of individual cells called?
What method of study looks at surface appearance?
What method of study feels a structure?
What method of study listens to normal sounds?
What method of study taps and listens?
What method of study cuts and separates tissues?
What is the branch of medicine concerned with imaging?
What two things can radiology be?
Invasive and non-invasive
What type of radiology inserts into the body?
What type of radiology does not penetrate the body?
What type of radiology is used for visualizing hollow organs and blood vessels?
Name a type of radiography.
What type of radiography is used for visualizing hollow organs?
What type of radiography is used for looking at blood vessels?
What type of radiology uses cross-section X-rays, is good at looking at bones, and is fast?
What does CT stand for?
What is the modified CT scanner that produces 3D video images to show motion and volume changes?
Dynamic spatial reconstructor
What type of radiology visualizes soft tissue, is slower, and is not great if you have metal in your body?
What does MRI stand for?
Magnetic resonance imaging
What type of MRI uses functional moment-to-moment changes?
What type of radiology uses gamma ray detection and nuclear medicine to look for cancer and infection?
What does PET stand for?
Positron emission tomography
What type of radiology uses reflection of ultrasound waves?
What type of sonography is used for obstetrics?
What type of sonography is used for the beating heart?
What term describes normal arrangement of organs?
What term describes reversed position of organs?
What term describes one organ atypically positioned?
Name the 8 levels of human structure.
Organism, organ systems, organs, tissues, cells, organelles, molecules, and atoms
What anatomical plane describes right/left portions?
What anatomical plane describes equal halves?
What anatomical plain describes unequal portions?
What anatomical plane describes anterior/posterior portions?
Frontal (coronal) plane
What anatomical plane describes superior/inferior portions?
Transverse (horizontal) plane
Why are directional terms so important?
What term describes toward the front of the body?
What term describes toward the back of the body?
What term describes toward the anterior side?
What term describes toward the posterior side?
What term describes above?
What term describes below?
What term describes toward the forehead or nose?
What term describes toward the tail or inferior end
What term describes toward the midline of the body?
What term describes away from the midline of body?
What term describes closer to the point of attachment or origin (extremities)?
What term describes farther from the point of attachment or origin (extremities)?
What term describes on the same side of the body (right/left)?
What term describes on opposite sides of the body (right/left)?
What term describes closer to the body surface?
What term describes farther from the body surface?
What body region is along the midline attached to the trunk and contains the head, neck, and trunk?
What two regions make up the trunk?
Abdominal and thoracic
What two ways can the abdominal region be split up?
Four quadrants or nine regions
What major body region makes up the extremities?
What body part does the brachial region describe?
What body part does the antebrachial region describe?
What body part does the carpal region describe?
What body part does the manual region describe?
What body part does the digits describe?
What body part does the femoral region describe?
What body part does the crural region describe?
What body part does the tarsal region describe?
What body part does the pedal region describe?
Name the quadrant in green.
Right upper quadrant
Name the quadrant in yellow.
Left upper quadrant
Name the quadrant in pink.
Right lower quadrant
Name the quadrant in blue.
Left lower quadrant
Name the region in green.
Name the region in yellow.
Name the region in pink.
Name the region in blue.
Name the region in gray.
Name the region in orange.
What cavity is enclosed by braincase and contains the brain?
What cavity is enclosed by backbone and contains spinal cord?
What cavity is in blue?
What cavity is in pink?