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❶Lumbar plexus in anterior view, Origin of lumbar plexus.

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Can you name the anatomical directional terms?
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This quiz will test your knowledge of these terms, as well as planes of the human body. There is one correct answer for each question and no time limit on this Anatomical Positions Quiz. Each correct answer is worth one point. Good luck, and remember that you can take the Anatomical Positions Quiz multiple times on multiple days. Disclaimer — All answers are felt to be correct for the Anatomical Positions Quiz. However, if you disagree with our answer to any question, please research the issue.

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Olfactory epithelium and olfactory receptors, Enlarged aspect of olfactory receptors. The relationship of gustatory receptors in taste buds to tongue papillae, Dorsum of tongue showing location of paillae and taste zones. Accessory structures of the eye, Sagittal view of eye and its accessory structures.

Accessory structures of the eye, Anterior view of the lacrimal apparatus. Gross structure of the eyeball, Superior view of transverse section of right eyeball Part 1. Gross structure of the eyeball, Superior view of transverse section of right eyeball Part 2.

Structure of rod and cone photoreceptors. Structure of the ear, illustrated in a frontal section through the right ear and skull. The right middle ear containing the auditory ossicles, Frontal section showing location of auditory ossicles.

The right internal ear. Semicircular canals, vestibule, and cochlea of the right ear, Sections through the cochlea. Semicircular canals, vestibule, and cochlea of the right ear, Components of the vestibulocochlear VIII nerve. Location and structure of receptors in the maculae of the right ear, Overall structure of a section of the macula. Location and structure of the membranous semicircular ducts of the right ear, Details of a crista.

Autonomic plexuses in the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. Location of many endocrine glands. Hypothalamus and pituitary gland, and their blood supply. Location, blood supply, and histology of the thyroid gland, Anterior view. Location, blood supply, and histology of the parathyroid glands, Posterior view.

Location, blood supply, and histology of the adrenal suprarenal glands, Anterior view. Location, blood supply, and histology of the pancreas. Origin, development, and structure of blood cells. Structure of the heart: Coronary cardiac circulation, Anterior view of coronary arteries.

Coronary cardiac circulation, Anterior view of coronary veins. Histology of cardiac muscle, Cardiac muscle fibers. Histology of cardiac muscle, Cardiac myofibrils. Comparative structure of blood vessels, Artery, Vein. Comparative structure of blood vessels, Capillary. Arteriole, capillaries, and venule, Sphincters relaxed: Aorta and its principal branches, Overall anterior view of the principal branches of the aorta Part 1.

Aorta and its principal branches, Overall anterior view of the principal branches of the aorta Part 2. Aorta and its principal branches, Detailed anterior view of the principal branches of the aorta. Arch of the aorta and its principal branches, Right lateral view of brachiocephalic trunk in neck and head.

Arch of the aorta and its principal branches, Anterior view of branches of brachiocephalic trunk in upper limb. Arch of the aorta and its branches, Inferior view of base of brain showing cerebral arterial circle.

Thoracic and abdominal aorta and their principal branches Part 1. Thoracic and abdominal aorta and their principal branches Part 2. Abdominal aorta and its principal branches, Anterior view of celiac trunk and its branches Part 1.

Abdominal aorta and its principal branches, Anterior view of celiac trunk and its branches Part 2. Abdominal aorta and its principal branches, Anterior view of superior mesenteric artery and its branches. Abdominal aorta and its principal branches, Anterior view of inferior mesenteric artery and its branches. Arteries of the pelvis and right lower limb, Anterior and Inferior views Part 1. Arteries of the pelvis and right lower limb, Anterior and Inferior views Part 2.

Principal veins Part 1. Principal veins Part 2. Principal veins Part 3. Principal veins of the head and neck, Right lateral view. Principal veins of the right upper limb, Posterior view of superficial veins of the hand. Principal veins of the right upper limb, Anterior view of superficial veins. Principal veins of the right upper limb, Anterior view of deep veins.

Principal veins of the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis Part 1. Principal veins of the thorax, abdomen, and pelvis Part 2. Principal veins of the pelvic region.

Principal veins of the lower limbs. Components of the lymphatic system. Lymphatic capillaries, Relationship of lymphatic capillaries to tissue cells and blood capillaries. Lymphatic capillaries, Details of lymphatic capillary. Routes for drainage of lymph from lymph trunks into thoracic and right lymphatic ducts, Overall anterior view. Schematic diagram showing the relationship of the lymphatic system to the cadiovascular system.

Thymus gland, Thymus gland of adolescent. Structure of lymph node, Partially sectioned lymph node. Structure of the spleen, Visceral surface. Structure of the spleen, Internal Structure. Structures of the respiratory system. Respiratory structures in the head and neck, Anterolateral view of external portion of nose showing cartilaginous and bony framework.

Respiratory structures in the head and neck, Sagittal section of the left side of the head and neck showing the location of respiratory structures Part 1. Respiratory structures in the head and neck, Sagittal section of the left side of the head and neck showing the location of respiratory structures Part 2.

Pharynx, Sagittal section of the regions of the pharynx. Larynx, Anterior View, Posterior View. Branching of airways from the trachea; the bronchial tree. Surface anatomy of the lungs, Medial view.

Surface anatomy of the lungs, Lateral view. Microscopic anatomy of a lobule of the lungs, Diagram of a portion of a lobule of the lung. Structural components and function of an alveolus, Transverse section of an alveolus showing its cellular components. Organs of the digestive system Part 1.

Organs of the digestive system Part 2. Three-dimensional depiction of the various layers of the gastrointestinal tract. Relationship of the peritoneal folds to each other and to organs of the digestive system, Sagittal section showing the peritoneal folds.

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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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Orientation and Directional Terms Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Can You Pass This Quiz on Anatomical Directional Terms? How well do you know your anatomic terms? In order to accurately identify areas of the body, clearly defined anatomical terms are used.

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Sample quiz using human anatomy directional terms and practice using anatomical position. Can you name the anatomical directional terms? Definition Term; Away from the centre. Away from the midline of the body. Toward the midline of the body.