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Review Answer Key
Regions of the Body
Pectoral
Cavities of the Body
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Combining Latin prefixes/suffixes
Without looking, let's try to come up with the meaning of the following words:
1) Osteopathy
Bone disease
2) Antialgia Against pain
3) Gastritis
Stomach Inflammation
4) Enterotomy
Intestine cut (surgery)
5) Cytomegaly
Cell enlargement
6) Cardiometer
Heart measure or to measure the heart
7) Sarcoma
Flesh tumor
8) Laparscope
Abdomen viewing (internally)
9) Myocardium
Muscle heart or heart muscle
10) Hypermegalopod
Extreme enlarged feet or really big feet
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1) The heart is _____________________ (superficial, deep) to the ribs.
2) Our skull is _____________________ (superficial, deep) to the brain.
3) The elbow is __________________ (proximal, distal) to the hand.
4) The thumb is __________________ (medial, lateral) to the pinky finger.
5) Our toes are _______________ (ventral, dorsal) to our ears.
Regions of the Body
Pectoral
Frontal
Oral
Nasal
Buccal
Orbital
Calcaneal
Axillary
Pectoral
Sternal
Fibular
Coxal
Patellar
Femoral
Occipital
Scapular
Gluteal
Sacral
Lumbar
Vertebral
Antecubital
Antebrachial
Brachial
Carpal
Digital
Umbilical
Inguinal
Deltoid
Acromial
Olecranal
Carpal
1) In what region would you find our wrist bones? __________________
2) If someone has a patellar region injury, what might they have hurt?
their knee
_________________________
3) Many elderly people end up needing a replacement in their coxal region. Hip replacement
What surgery would they likely be getting?__________________________
Cranial Cavity
Thoracic Cavity
Vertebral Cavity
Abdominal Cavity
Pelvic Cavity
Superior Mediastinum
Pleural Cavity
Diaphragm
Pericardial Cavity
Superior Mediastinum
1) Your heart lies in which body cavity (be specific)? ___________________
Vertebral
2) Your spinal cord runs through which body cavity? ________________
Pleural
3) We have two lungs, so they are in which cavities? __________________
More Latin Words for Practice!!!
Common Latin Prefixes and Suffixes
Go to Mr Carlson's Website to find the link to help you!
1) Bursitis ­­> "Bursa" and "itis"
Inflammation of the fluid sac between our bones
2) Bacteriophage ­­> "bacteri" and "phage"
Bacteria eating
3) Phonoplasia ­­> "phon" and "plasia"
Speech development
4) Myoparesis ­­> "myo" and "paresis"
Muscle paralysis
5) Gingivitis ­­> "gingiv" and "itis"
Gums inflammation
6) Spinal Meningitis
Inflammation of the lining of the spine 7) Onychophagy
Biting/Eating your fingernails
8) Opthalmology
Study of the eyes
9)Tachycardia
Fast Heart Beat
10) Angiothrombosys
Blood clot in a vein
11) Heminephrism
Half kidney syndrome

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