Maintaining Life - 3

Anatomy & Physiology Homework

Chapter 1

1. From the key choices, select the body cavities where the following surgical procedures would occur. 
   Insert the correct letter or term into the blanks.

   Be precise: also select the name of the cavity subdivision if appropriate.

 

 

1. __________ Removal of the uterus, or womb.

2. __________ Coronary bypass surgery (Heart Surgery).

3. __________ Removal of a serious brain tumor.

4. __________ Removal of a “hot” appendix.

5. __________ Stomach ulcer operation.

 

 

 

 

2. Complete the following statements by choosing an anatomical term from the key choices.
    Insert the correct letter or term into the blanks.

    Be precise: also select the name of the cavity subdivision if appropriate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. __________________________

  2. __________________________

  3. __________________________

  4. __________________________

  5. __________________________

  6. __________________________

  7. __________________________

  8. __________________________

  9. __________________________

10. __________________________

11. __________________________

12. __________________________

13. __________________________

14. __________________________

15. __________________________

 

 

 

3. Complete the following statements by choosing an anatomical term from the key choices.
    Insert the correct letter or term into the blanks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Referring to the organs listed above, record the number of organs that would be found in each of the
    abdominal regions named here.  Some organs may be found in more than one abdominal region.

 

______________________ 1. Hypogastric Region

______________________ 2. Right Lumbar Region

______________________ 3. Umbilical Region

______________________ 4. Epigastric Region

______________________ 5. Left Iliac Region

 

__________________ 1.   Stomach

__________________ 2.   Small Intestines

__________________ 3.   Large Intestines

__________________ 4.   Spleen

__________________ 5.   Liver

__________________ 6.   Spinal Cord

__________________ 7.   Bladder

__________________ 8.   Trachea

__________________ 9.   Lungs

__________________ 10. Pituitary Gland

__________________ 11. Rectum

__________________ 12. Ovaries

Key Choices:

a. Abdominal

c. Dorsal

e. Spinal

g. Ventral

b. Cranial

d. Pelvic

f. Thoracic

 

 

Key Choices:

a. Anterior d. Inferior g. Posterior  j. Superior

b. Distal      e. Lateral  h. Proximal k. Transverse

c. Frontal    f. Medial   i. Sagittal

In the anatomical position, the face and palms are on the (1) body surface, the buttocks and shoulder blades are on the (2) body surface, and the top of the head if the most (3) part of the body. The ears are (4) to the shoulders and (5) to the nose.  The heart is (6) to the spine and (7) to the lungs.  The elbow is (8) to the fingers but  (9) to the shoulder.  In humans, the dorsal surface can also be called the (10), however, in four legged animals, the dorsal surface is the (11) surface.

 

If an incision cuts the heart into right and left parts, the section is a (12) section, but if the heart is cut so that anterior and posterior parts result, the section is a (13) section. You are told to cut an animal along two planes so that the paired kidneys are observable in both sections.  The two sections that meet this requirement are the (14) and (15) sections.

Key Choices

a. Abdominopelvic

b. Cranial

c. Spinal

d. Thoracic