Upgrade to Kenhub Premium to get full access. This is just a sample. For unlimited access click here! Learn all the terms used to describe location in the Human body. This quiz covers identification and naming of the following 22 structures. Continue your learning Quiz You are here. Directional terms and body planes. Related videos Recommended next. Locating structures in your body is one of the main components of anatomy.
Learn all terms used to describe location in the Human body. Meaning and difference between the two directional terms medial and lateral. Meaning and difference between the two directional terms distal and proximal. Meaning and difference between the two directional terms dorsal and ventral.
Meaning and difference between the two directional terms rostral and caudal. Overview of the planes and axes that are used for directions in the body. Articles for further reading.
The inner or more internal part. Palmer - The sole bottom of the front hoof continuing up to the back of the knee carpus. Plantar- The sole of the hind hoof continuing up to the back of the hock tarsus. Proximal- Closer to the body, or point of attachment. The knee is proximal to the ankle. Rostral - Towards the nose. Ventral - Underneath or belly side. There are many possible diagrams of the anatomy of horse tissues. This is because there are many layers of muscles. This diagram shows the superficial layer of the tissue.
Superficial - More external or towards the surface of the body. In this picture it shows the muscles that are closest to the surface of the skin, making them superficial.
Deep- More internal, or towards the center of the horse These are ones that you wouldn't be able to see their outline or feel on the horse. Intermediate- In the middle. A lot of the muscles seen in this picture form the bulky part of the horse anatomy that you see just beneath the skin, that you can feel.
Although they may be more developed in some horses than others, you'd still recognize them as the outline of the horse in pictures or diagrams where the whole is seen. The muscles have to have a skeletal framework to attach to. It is the action of the muscles across different joints that creates movement.
Without the Skeleton comprised of bones, there would be no structure to keep the body upright.
Directional terms and body planes Locating structures in your body is one of the main components of anatomy. Learn all terms used to describe location in the Human body.
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The terms used to describe areas that are, for instance, close to the surface of the skin or further inside the body are _____ and _____. Human Phys Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.
Directional terms are used by anatomists to locate numerous body structures in relationship to one another. Label the following directional terms on Figure B, based on their description below. Then, using the same directional terms, fill in the blanks to describe the body parts relationship to one another. 1. Study 19 Examples of Directional Terms flashcards from Marilyn S. on StudyBlue.