Many times a situation will be quite simple and an individual will analyze every aspect of that situation to the point they over analyze it and make the situation more difficult to solve. In simpler, though less precise language, it is an imaginary line on the … Earth's surface equidistant from the North Pole and South Pole that divides the Earth into a Northern Hemisphere and a Southern Hemisphere. Deep — Farther from the body surface. Proximal— nearest or toward origin Toward or nearest the point of origin or attachment. Situated farthest from the midline or the beginning of a body structure. The motion of a point, line, or surface about a point or line as its center or axis, in such a manner that a moving point generates a curve, a moving line a surface called a surface of revolution , and a moving surface a solid called a solid of revolution ; as, the revolution of a right-angled triangle about one of its sides generates a cone; the revolution of a semicircle about the diameter generates a sphere. There are four main types of tissues histology lend support and connect organs and other body systems connective tissues contains cell substances with ability to contract and relax muscle tissue All of the internal and external surfaces of the body are covered by epithelial tissue contains specialized cells with the ability to react to stimuli and conduct electrical impulses nerve tissue the study of changes in the body produced by disease pathology infectious disease an illness caused by a communicable organism.
The space between the stomach area and the spine which contains a number of crucial organs: The abdominal cavity includes the lower part of the esophagus, the stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, bladder; as well as, associated tissues and blood and lymphatic vessels all of which are surrounded by the flat band of fibrous tissue below the skin that covers the underlying tissues and separates the different layers of tissue. The groin is the crease or hollow at the junction joining place of the inner part of each thigh with the trunk, together with the adjacent region and often including the external genitals. Some of the dwarf planets - Pluto being best known - are farther away. The rotator cull provides stability and strength to the shoulder joint Rupture — Forcible tearing or disruption of a tissue Sac — Any bag — like organ Sacrum — Five fused vertebrae below the last lumbar vertebra Sagittal — Pertaining to the median vertical plane of the body Scaphoid — Carpal bone Scapula — The shoulder blade Scoliosis — Curvature of the spine Semilunar — Shaped like a half moon Separation — The act or process of separating to become isolated Septic — Infection due to presence of pathogenic organisms Serrated — Having a saw — tooth edge Serum — Clear portion of any animal fluid Simple Fracture — No open wound at fracture site Sinus — A cavity Skeletal traction — Pull on a limb by the use of a pin through the bone Skeleton — The hard framework of the body. A method of preparing a refastenable article comprising: providing a refastenable training pant comprising a chassis having a leading edge, a trailing edge, and a first and a second lateral edges extending in a longitudinal direction between the leading edge and the trailing edge, the refastenable training pant comprising a first pair of side panels attached to the chassis proximal one of the leading edge and the trailing edge of the chassis and a second pair of side panels attached to the chassis proximal another of the leading edge and the trailing edge of the chassis, wherein the first pair of side panels each comprise a first distal edge and a first fastening component and the second pair of side panels each comprise a second distal edge and a second fastening component. A total or radical change; as, a revolution in one's circumstances or way of living.
Orr would be crazy to fly more missions and sane if he didn't, but if he was sane he had to fly them. For example: the spleen is contralateral to the liver. For example: the spinal cord is dorsal to the heart or the spinal cord is posterior to the heart. A severe sprain may include a temporary or lasting dislocation Ankylosis — The fusion of a joint Anterior — Placed in the front or forward part; same as ventral; opposite of posterior or dorsal Anterior Cruciate Ligament — The ligament that travels from the medial border of the lateral femoral condyle to its point of insertion anterolaterally to the medial tibial spine Anteversion — A forward turning; a condition in which an entire organ is abnormally tipped forward Anteflexion — A forward curvature; a condition in which the upper part of an organ is bent forward; opposite of retroflexion Apex — Top or summit Aponeurosis — A flat sheet of white fibrous tissue, usually serving as an attachment for a muscle; plural aponeuroses; aponeurotica, Latin adjective Appliance — Device used in support of fracture fixation — external or internal Apposition — Contact of two surfaces; bring together Aqueous — Watery Arthritis — Inflammation of a joint Arthrodesis — Fusion of a joint eliminating all motion Arthroplasty — The surgical reconstruction of a joint Arthroscopy — A procedure carried out with an arthroscope, which is instrument with a system of lenses and lights that enables a surgeon to view the inside of a joint. Return to a point before occupied, or to a point relatively the same; a rolling back; return; as, revolution in an ellipse or spiral. As far as those bodies officially considered planets today, Neptune is farthest from earth.
Bending your trunk or head laterally within the coronal plane away from the midline is not termed abduction. The stomach is located anterior to in front of the pancreas. Lateral— away from midline or abduct Away from the midline of the body and away from the median plane. For example: the proximal end of the femur joins with the pelvic bone. Hint Answer Standing straight, palms facing forward This vertical plane, aka the midline divides the body into equal left and right halves This vertical plane divides the body into unequal left and right portions This vertical plane aka the coronal divides the body into anterior front and posterior back This horizontal plane divides the body into superior and inferior portions.
In this case you are performing lateral flexion or lateral bending. It is technically the North Pole, rather than the South Pole. Its meaning is the the opposite of proximal. For example: the eyes are lateral to the nose. Often when we use midline we are referring to the body as a whole, so the midline starts at your head and goes down the center of your body towards your toes. The glenoid fossa of the scapula is very shallow. For example: the heart is superior to the liver.
Unless of course you're referring to a person, in which case its possible you could mean someone's personal assistant! Situated in the front; such as, on the front or forward part of an organ. If you are asking the reason Axel said that, it's because fire is red, and he wanted to b … rag about how great red is, implying that he is awsome as well, because he controls fire. Situated in the back or on the back part of an organ. Anatomical Planes Coronal Plane or Frontal Plane Sagittal Plane or Lateral Plane Axial Plane or Transverse Plane Anatomical Terms Direction Medial Toward the midline of the body Lateral Away from the midline of the body Proximal Toward a reference point extremity Distal Away from a reference point extremity Inferior Lower or below Superior Upper or above Cephalad or Cranial Head Caudal or Caudad Tail, tail end Anterior Toward the front Posterior Toward the back Dorsal Posterior Ventral Anterior Commentary by Understanding the terminology associated with spinal problems is very important as health care providers discuss the problems and the solutions for the spinal disorder with patients and families. Extrusion means to push out. Think of them as the shock absorbers in your back. Relating to the back or near the backside of a bodily organ: The dorsal part of the tongue refers to the back of it.
Pluto would be the furthest away from us normally, but it is not regarded as a planet now, and in fact it can occasionally be nearer to the sun than Neptune. As far as those bodies officially considered planets today, Neptune is farthest from earth. Listed below are general anatomical terms and their meanings. Toward, on, in, or near the back or upper surface or part of an organism. Superior— cranial, cephalic Above or toward the head end of the body. Anterior— ventral, front Toward the front. Medial — towards midline or adduct Towards the midline of the body; toward the median plane.
I'm really not sure of a definition of this I can only get repeat diagnoses with this condition and after 3 years of repeat visits to the emergency room no Doctor has been able to go much more in depth on what this condition is other than possible meningioma; if anyone else knows more about this con … dition Please let me know!! Superior and inferior are just medical jargon for the stuff that is on the top superior and bottom inferior if you are standing upright. The motion of any body, as a planet or satellite, in a curved line or orbit, until it returns to the same point again, or to a point relatively the same; -- desig … nated as the annual, anomalistic, nodical, sidereal, or tropical revolution, according as the point of return or completion has a fixed relation to the year, the anomaly, the nodes, the stars, or the tropics; as, the revolution of the earth about the sun; the revolution of the moon about the earth. It is used to reinforce the sound onstage, including that from microphones and recorded sound. Some of the dwarf planets - Pluto being best known - are f … arther away. When the sun sets down, not all of those colours reach our eyes, but red travels the farthest, hence we see the sunset red or orange. Posterior is the opposite of anterior.
He is reffering to the properties of light. This article helps clarify a difficult topic. A Public Address system is also referred to in this way in venues other than the theatre, and may be used in schools o … r public spaces for example. Example: The individual is invited to travel to a wedding and a 'yes' or 'no' response needs to be answered as s … oon as possible. Inferior — caudal, tail Below, away from the head, toward the feet.
For example: the liver is ipsilateral to the appendix. Fibrosis is caused by many factors including injury, inflammation and infection Fibrositis — An inflammatory condition affecting connective tissue and muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons. Controls skeletal support, balance, etc Musculoskeletal — Relating to both musculature and skeleton Navicular — Boat — shaped Necrosis — Death of areas of tissue or bone surrounded by healthy tissue Nonunion — Failure of broken bone fragments to unite O. © 1999-2019 This information is not designed to replace a physician's independent judgment about the appropriateness or risks of a procedure for a given patient. The terms are used to describe a specific body part.