Anatomy and Physiology Basics (Degree Level)

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Hyper is a Prefix but what does it mean?
Above Normal
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Hypo is a Prefix but what does it mean?
Below normal
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Peri is a prefix but what does it mean?
Close to / around
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Itis is a suffix, but what does it mean?
Inflamation
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Ology is a suffix but what does it mean?
The Science off
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When a person is standing with their head facing forword, arms by their sides, palms facing forwards ans fingers pointing down they are in what position?
The Anatomical position
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Anterior is a view of the body from a specific direction, but which direction is it?
Front
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Posterior is a view of the body from a specific direction, but which direction is it?
Back
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Lower Limb is located where?
Legs and Feet
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Pedal is located where?
Feet
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Dorsal is located where?
Back
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Upper Limb is located where?
Entire upper body
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Manual is located where?
Hands
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Trunk is located where?
Abdomen
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Cervical is located where?
Neck
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Cephalic is located where?
Head
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What can be found in the Cephalic region?
Skull and Face
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What is the function of the Cervical
Attatch the head to the neck
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What does the Trunk consist off?
Thorax
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What are considered upper extremities?
Shoulders, arms and hands
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What are considered lower Extremities?
Buttocks, thighs, knees, legs and feet
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What plane devides the Left and right of the body equally
Mid Sagital Plane/Median Plane
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Which plane divides the body left and right?
Sagital Plane
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Which plane is this? At a right angle to the Midsagital and frontal plane.
Transverse
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When a body has been divided into Superior and Inferior, it has been devided where?
Across the waist
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The Coronal Plane (or Frontal plane) divides the bodies what?
Anterior and Posterior
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When a plane is not straight, it is described as what?
Oblique
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Superior can be described as:
Everything above the transverse line
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Inferior can be described as
Everything below the Transverse line
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Medial means what?
Towards the Midline
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Lateral means what?
Away from Midline
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Superior means what?
Towards the Head
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Inferior means what?
Away from the Head
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Proximal means what?
Towards the Trunk
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Distal means what?
Away from the Trunk
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Superficial means what?
On the outside
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Body cavities are confined Spaces, but what are they divided into?
Dosal and Ventral / Posterior and Anterior
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Cranial and Spinal Cavities are found in?
Dorsal Cavaties
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The Thoractic and Abdominal Cavity can be found in:
Ventral Cavaties
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First level of organisation consists of what?
Chemicals
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Seccond level of organisation consists of what?
Cells
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Third level of organisation consists of what?
Tissues
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Fourth level of organisation consists of what?
Organ
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Fifth level of organisation consists of what?
System
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Epithelial, Connective, Muscle and nervous are types of what
Tissues
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The Integrement System Contains what?
Skin, Hair, Nails, Sweat Glands, Oil Glands
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The Skeletal System contains what?
Bones, Cartilage, Ligements, Connective Tissue
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The Muscular System contains what?
Skeletal Muscle, internal Muscle
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The Endocrine System Contains What?
Pirtuatry Gland, Pineal Gland, Thyroid Gland, Thymus, Adrenal Gland, Pancreas, ovary
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The Cardivascular System contains what?
Blood, The heart and Blood Vessils (Artery and Veins)
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The Respatory System Contains What?
Lungs, Air, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchial Tubes.
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The Urinary System Contains What?
Kidneys, Ureter, Urinary Bladder, Uretha
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The Lymphatic System contains what?
Lymphatic Fluid & Vessils, Spleen, Thymus, Lymph Nodes, Tonsils
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The Digestive System Contains What?
Mouth, Pharynx, Oesophecus, Stomach, Intestines, Associated glands & Organs, Salivary Glands, Gall Bladder, Liver, Pancreas
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The Reproductive system contains what?
Gonards, Uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, Epididymis, Ductus Deferens & Penis
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