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coronal section

divides into poster/anterior sections. Think coronal suture

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transverse section

across short axis

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midsaggital section

left and right
-can be saggital

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serial sectiosn

put individual images together for 3D view

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sectioning

longitutinal, transverse, oblique (unusual angle)

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dorsel

back

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ventral

front

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caudal

toward tail end

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cranial

toward head

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Rostral

toward the nose

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medial

toward midpoint of body

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lateral

away from midpoint of body

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internal/deep

on the inside

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external/superficial

on the outside

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peripheral

at the edge

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Body cavities

may be hard-walled; protect very fragile organs, which are further surrounded/protected by membranes

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Thoriacic cavity

chest. surrounded by ribs and sternum

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Mediastinum

Part of Thoriacic cavity between the lung
-heart, esophagus, great vessels, trachea

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Pericardium

Part of thoriacic cavity. heart. double layer of membranes surrounding the heart

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pleura

part of thoriacic cavity. Lungs

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abdominal cavity

digestive organs

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pelvic cavity

connective tissues surrounds

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abdominopelvic cavity

both abdominal cavity and pelvic cavity

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Body membranes

organs - have ET and Ct
Cover, separate, and support visceral organs; line obdy cavities

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Body membrane types

cutaneous
mucous
synovial
serous

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Cutaneous membrane

skin. ET: stratified squamous
CT: irregular dense

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Mucous membrane

line tubes that enter/exit body
May be secretory, absorptive, protective
ET usually has goblet cells that secrete mucus
CT-lamina propria; areolar/loose fibrous CT
May include 3rd layers - muscularis mucosae

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Synovial membrane

in some joints; most CT with incomplete ET layer
synovial fluid lubricates

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synovial fluid

viscous, thick albumin
decreases friction of joints

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Serous membrane

simple squamous eT
areolar/loose fibrous CT
occur as pairs
-parietal layer
visceral layer