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Organs or guts.
Pulling a body part back.
Term for inside.
Lining of a body cavity.
To abduct the wrist.
1 meter=how many centimeters?
To move something away from the main axis.
How many cc's are in 1 Tbsp?
Sole of the foot.
Toward the back.
Term for opposite sides.
Turning the sole ofthe foot outward.
The medial inferior portion of the Abdominal regions.
The inferior left and right portions of the Abdominal regions.
How many cc's are in 1 ounce or 2 Tbsp?
When you remove a subluxation what is restored?
The torso is a region of the.
When the body is cut into front and back portions it is known as a.
1 grain=how many mg?
When the body is cut into left and right pieces it is known as a.
Who was the first gross anatomist?
Toward the surface.
An increase in joint angle is known as.
An interference to the Nervous System is better known as a.
Toward the nose.
Palm of the hand or anterior side of the hand.
Equilibrium or balance is better known as.
Term for center.
How many ml's are in 1 Deciliter?
Rotation of the forearm so that the palm is rotated in a lateral and anterior position.
Toward the head.
How many cc's are in 1 ml which weighs 1 gram?
Toward the front.
If you were to move the humerus at the shoulder laterally this would be an example of.
To lie on ones back face up.
To stand with the palms, head, and feet facing forward.
Facial and Cranial regions are regions of the.
A decrease in joint angle is known as.
1 Kg. is equal to how many lbs?
To carry an impulse or to conduct to a central point of refrence.
What are the three causes of disease according to DD Palmer?
Term for outside.
Rotation of the forearm so that the palm is rotated in a medial and posterior direction.
When the body is cut into equal left and right halves it is known as a.
Away from the joint or trunk of the body
Moving a body part upward.
To conduct or carry an impulse away from a point of refrence.
Toward the feet.
The center region of the Abdomen's left and right portions.
Term for same side.
When the body is cut into top and bottom portions it is known as a.
Away from the midline.
Pushing a body part forward.
Turing the sole of the foot inward.
The very center of the Abdominal regions.
What region does the neck contain?
100 centimeters=how many millimeters?
Superior regions of the Abdomen are known as the left and right.
Toward the midline.
Who is the founder of the science of anatomy?
Toward the joint or trunk of the body.
Away from the surface.
To move something toward the main axis.
Term for toward the edge.
How many cc's are in 1 Tsp?
To lie on ones stomach face down.
To adduct the wrist.
1000 millimeters=how many feet?
If you wre to move the humerus at the shoulder medially this would be an example of.
The mammary, sternal, axillary, and veterbral regions are regions of the.
Circular movement of a body part.
How many oz. are in 1 cup or 1/2 of a pint.
The superior medial portion of the Abdominal region is known as the.
Moving a body part downward.
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