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Client Factors include

values, beliefs, spirituality, body functions, body structures

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Body structures refers to ________.

Anatomy

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Body Functions refers to ______.

Physiology

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_____ are the smallest unit of matter

Atoms

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_________ is anything that takes up space and has mass/weight

matter

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T/F - all atoms, no matter their many different elements, have the same mass and space requirements

F - very unique

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Atoms link together to form __.

Molecules

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The cells found in the human body are ____ cells.

eukaryotic

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What does DNA stand for?

Deoxyribonucleic acid

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molecules come together and form _____.

Cells

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Cells come together and form _______.

Tissues

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Tissues come together to form ______.

Organs

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Organs come together to form _______ _____.

Organ Systems

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Organ systems come together to form _____.

Organisms

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Refers to the back of the body

posterior or dorsal

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Refers to the front of the body

anterior or ventral

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Refers to the head or "above"

superior or cephalad

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Refers to the tail, foot, or "below"

inferior or caudal

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Means "closer to the body"

proximal

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Means "farther away from the body"

distal

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Means "midline"

medial

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Means farther away from midline

lateral

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Principles, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable by the client who holds them

values

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cognitive content held as true

beliefs

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The "personal quest for understanding answers to ultimate questions about life, meaning and the sacred

spirituality

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This plane divides the body into left and right sides.

saggital

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the axis for the sagittal plane is the _axis.

frontalfro

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This plane divides the body into anterior and posterior

frontal

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the axis for the frontal plane is the _ axis.

saggital

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The axis for the horizontal plane is the _ axis.

vertical