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the belly or underside of a body
toward the head
front of the body
nose end of the head
pertaining to the head
toward the midline
uppermost, above, or toward the head
nearest the midline or nearest the beginning of a structure
near the surface; also called external
the caudal surface of the manus (front paw) including the carpus (from the antebrachial joint...
to the back
towards the tail
rear end of the body
toward the tail
away from the midline
lowermost, below, or toward the tail
farthest from the midline or farthest from the beginning of a structure
away from the surface; also called internal
means the caudal surface of the pes (rear paw) including the tarsus (from the tibiotarsal joint...
plane that divides the body into equal right and left halves; also called median;...
plane that divides the body into unequal right and left parts
the plane that divides the body into dorsal (back) and ventral (belly) parts; also called frontal...
the plane that divides the body into cranial and caudal parts; also called horizontal plane...
the study of body structure
the study of the body function(s)
the study of changes in function caused by disease
the study of disease
term used to describe how teeth are arranged in the mouth
the aspect of the tooth that faces the tongue
the tooth surface of the maxilla that faces the tongue on both the maxilla (upper jaw) and...
the aspect of the tooth that faces the cheek; also called vestibular surface
the aspects of the teeth that meet when you chew
the tooth surface facing the lips
the aspects of the tooth that touch other teeth
the contact surface closest to the midline of the dental arcade or arch
the contact surface is the one that is furthest from the midline of the dental arcade
hollow space that contains the brain in the skull
hollow space that contains the spinal cord within the spinal column
also called chest cavity; hollow space that contains the heart and lungs within the ribs between...
hollow space that contains the major organs of digestion between the diaphragm and pelvic cavity
hollow space within the abdominal cavity between the parietal peritoneum and the visceral peritoneum
hollow space that contains the reproductive and some excretory system organs formed by the...
the portion of the body between the thorax and the pelvis containing the abdominal cavity
chest region located between the neck and diaphragm
lower region of the abdomen adjacent to the thigh; also known as the inguinal area
thin layers of tissue that cover a surface, line a cavity, or divide a space or organ
the membrane lining the walls of the abdominal and pelvic cavities and covers some organs in...
the outer layer of the peritoneum that lines the abdominal and pelvic cavities
inner layer of the peritoneum that surrounds the abdominal organs
the pit in the abdominal wall marking the point where the umbilical cord entered the fetus;...
the layer of the peritoneum that suspends parts of the intestine in the abdominal cavity
superficial to the peritoneum
lying on the back
ventral recumbency or sternal recumbency
lying on the belly
left lateral recumbency
lying on the left side
right lateral recumbency
lying on the right side
movement toward the midline
movement away from the midline
closure of a joint angle, or reduction of the angel between two bones
straightening of a joint or an increase in the angle between two bones
palmar or plantar movement of the joint angles
occurs when the joint is flexed or extended too far
the act of rotating the limb or body part so that the palmar surface is turned upward
the act of rotating the limb or body part so that the palmar surface is turned townward
circular movement around an axis
the study of cells
the cell membrane, cytoplasm and nucleus
the material located within the cell membrane that is not part of the nucleus
structure of a cell that contains nucleoplasm, chromosomes, and the surrounding membrane
the material in the nucleus
the structures in the nucleus composed of DNA, which transmits genetic information
any disease or condition caused by defective genes and is inherited
something that is present at birth
a deviation from what is regarded as normal
a group of specialized cells that are similar in structure and function
the study of the structure, composition, and function of tissue
tissue that covers internal and external body surfaces and is made up of tightly packed cells...
the cellular covering that forms the outer layer of the skin and covers the external surfaces...
the cellular covering that forms the lining of the internal organs including the blood vessels
the cellular covering that forms the lining of serous membranes such as the peritoneum