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  1. RSPT 1050 Rick Zahodnic MBA RRT-NPS RPFT AE-C Clinical Coordinator

  2. MCC WEBSITE • www.macomb-rspt.com • Will have files for download • Mostly as Adobe Acrobat pdf • Some MS Word • Free viewers available • Link to Video presentations • Event calendar

  3. Websites • Angel: http://macomb.angellearning.com/frames.aspx • AARC: www.aarc.org • MSRC: www.michiganrc.org • Merck Manual: http://www.merck.com/mmpe/index.html • Pubmed: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez • Folding at Home: http://folding.stanford.edu/ • Team Macomb; #48649 • E-mail: www.yahoo.com, www.hotmail.com, www.gmail.com, etc…

  4. ORGANIZATION OF THE BODY Directional Terms Anatomic Planes Quadrants Regions Anatomic Landmarks Anatomic Lines

  5. Directional Terms • Superior, Super/o • Inferior, Infer/o • Anterior, Anter/o • Posterior, Poster/o • Above • Below • Front • Back

  6. Directional Terms • Proximal, Proxim/o • Distal • Dorsal, Dors/o • Ventral, Ventr/o • Caudal, Caud/o • Toward or nearest the trunk or point of origin • Away from or furthest from the trunk or point of origin • Back • Belly (Front) • Tail (Back)

  7. Directional Terms • Cephalic, Cephal/o • Anterioposterior • Posteroanterior • Lateral, Later/o • Medial, Medi/o • Head • Front & back • Back & front • Side • Middle

  8. Directional Terms • Left – to the left of the body (not your left but the patient’s left) • Right – to the right of the body (not your right but the patient’s right

  9. Anatomical Planes • Frontal or Coronal • Vertical field passing through the body, dividing it into anterior and posterior portions • Sagittal • Vertical field passing through the body, dividing it into right and left sides

  10. Anatomical Planes • Midsagittal • Vertical field passing through the body, dividing it into equal right and left sides • Transverse Plane • Horizontal field dividing the body into upper and lower portions

  11. Abdominopelvic Regions • Umbilical Region • Around the navel (umbilicus) • Epigastric Region • Directly above the umbilical region • Hypogastric Region • Directly below the umbilical region

  12. Abdominopelvic Regions • Hypochondriac Region • To the left and right of the epigastric region • Lumbar Region • To the left and right of the umbilical region • Iliac Region • To the right and left of the hypogastric region

  13. Supra - Area Above • Supraclavicular – above the clavicle • Supraglottic – above the glottis • Supraventricular – above the ventricles • Sub - Under or Below or Small Quantities • Subglottic - below the glottis