Transverse (aka _____&_____)
Transverse (cross-section; horizontal section)
- Horizontal plane that divides body into upper and lower parts
-Vertical plane that divides body into right and left sides
-Vertical plane that divides body into front
(anterior) and back (posterior) regions
Anatomical position is defined as standing ____ with the ____ __ __ _____ & _____ facing forward. _____ _______ are together and feet are directed _____.
with the arms by the sides and palms facing forward.
•Lower limbs are together
with feet directed anteriorly
Most movement takes place at ______ (where _____& ____ meet). Give 4 examples of terms of movement.
3 Types of joints?
I. Synarthrosis (fibrous joint): bones united by fibrous tissue
iii. Diarthrosis (synovial joint)
The ____ is the largest organ of the body and consists of an _______ and _______.
Deep to the skin, there are different types of connective tissue organized into what 4 things?
fascia, tendons, ligaments and aponeuroses
3 Types of Fascia?
Deep (Investing) Fascia
Superficial fascia is located where?
It is composed of a ______ ____ ___ (_____) of variable ______ and a deep, ______ ______ layer.
-between the dermis and the deep (investing) layer of fascia.
-superficial fatty layer (hypodermis)
Deep (investing) fascia is a _____ _____ of ______ _______ that covers ______ ______ (_______) It typically lies deep to the ______ ______.
dense layer of connective tissue that covers the skeletal muscles (epimysium).
. Subserous is found between the ____ _____ of the ______ of the ____ and the _________ of the ____ ____.
between the deep aspect of the muscles of the wall and the serous lining of the body cavity