Circle the word in each group that is least similar to the others. Indicate the similarity of the three words.
1. umbilical, epigastric, right inguinal, cranial
2. urinary, reproductive, stomach, nervous
3. ventral, diaphragm, dorsal, abdominopelvic
The use of anatomical terminology to refer to regions of the body, anatomical directions, and ways of viewing parts of the body is important for medical communication. It reduces confusion and therefore errors in medical care.
Answer and Explanation: 1
1. Cranial does not belong in this group. The other three terms are anatomical regions of the abdomen.
2. Stomach does not belong in this group. ...
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fromChapter 3 / Lesson 5
This lesson seeks to cover several different terms used in directional terminology: ventral, dorsal, cranial, caudal, cephalic, and rostral. These anatomical terms are defined from a bipedal perspective.