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21. (p. 8) If a plane exactly down the midline

Question : 21. (p. 8) If a plane exactly down the midline : 1777286

21. (p. 8) If a plane is exactly down the midline of the body, this is called:

A. Midline

B. Medial

C. Midsagittal

D. Median

22. (p. 8) How does a transverse plane separate the body?

A. Top from bottom

B. Right from left

C. Front from back

D. Up from down

23. (p. 8) Which of the following terms describes an anatomical plane that separates the body top from bottom?

A. Sagittal

B. Transverse

C. Midsagittal

D. Frontal

24. (p. 8) How does a frontal or coronal plane separate the body?

A. Top from bottom

B. Right from left

C. Front from back

D. Up from down

25. (p. 8) Which of the following terms describes an anatomical plane that separates the body front from back?

A. Sagittal

B. Transverse

C. Midsagittal

D. Frontal or coronal

26. (p. 8) What kind of term can be used to describe the position of the entire body or a body part?

A. Anatomical plane

B. Anatomical region

C. Anatomical cavity

D. Anatomical position

27. (p. 8) Which anatomical term of position describes the anterior surface facing up?

A. Supine

B. Ventral

C. Anterior

D. Prone

28. (p. 8) Which anatomical term of position describes the anterior surface facing down?

A. Supine

B. Ventral

C. Anterior

D. Prone

29. (p. 8) In standard anatomical position, the palms are in what position?

A. Supine

B. Ventral

C. Anterior

D. Prone

30. (p. 8) A patient lying on his/her ventral or anterior surface, face down would be in what position?

A. Supine

B. Dorsal

C. Posterior

D. Prone

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