Direction | Term |

To conduct or carry an impulse away from a point of refrence. | |

The very center of the Abdominal regions. | |

When you remove a subluxation what is restored? | |

How many cc's are in 1 ml which weighs 1 gram? | |

How many cc's are in 1 Tbsp? | |

Term for same side. | |

To stand with the palms, head, and feet facing forward. | |

1 grain=how many mg? | |

To lie on ones back face up. | |

When the body is cut into front and back portions it is known as a. | |

How many cc's are in 1 ounce or 2 Tbsp? | |

Pushing a body part forward. | |

How many cc's are in 1 Tsp? | |

When the body is cut into left and right pieces it is known as a. | |

To carry an impulse or to conduct to a central point of refrence. | |

A decrease in joint angle is known as. | |

Toward the head. | |

What are the three causes of disease according to DD Palmer? | |

1000 millimeters=how many feet? | |

When the body is cut into equal left and right halves it is known as a. | |

Term for opposite sides. | |

1 meter=how many centimeters? | |

Lining of a body cavity. | |

Moving a body part downward. | |

What region does the neck contain? | |

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