Terminology Stations Lab - McCarter Anatomy & Physiology

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Chapter 1 – Introduction to
Human Anatomy & Physiology
Stations Lab
Name _______________________________ per ________
Part I: Virtual Pre-Lab - Anatomical terminology and body regions. In this lab you will learn
about anatomical terminology and body regions.
Review the following websites. It takes about 20-30 minutes to complete all 4 review sites.
http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP15405
(review of body regions)
http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP15305
(review of positional terminology)
http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP15605
(review of anatomical planes and abdominal divisions)
http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP14904
(review of regional body parts)
Part II: Complete each of 6 stations. The directions are located at the station. At the end of the
lab period you will staple together all of your pages and turn them in.
Station #1 – Story Time
Directions:
Working as a group, incorporate the following terms into a short story. You must use at least 20 of
the words below. Write the story on this paper or type it on google docs and share it with me.
Underline each of the terms in your story. You will turn in only one story for your whole group.
Superior
Abdominal Cavity
Lateral
Distal
Peristalsis
Apendicitis
Gluteal
Visceral Organs
Dorsal
Orbital cavity
LLQ
Gastrointestinal Tract
Transverse Section
Pharmacology
Inferior
Pelvic Cavity
Proximal
LUQ
Cerebrum
Liver
Homeostasis
Anterior
Medial
RUQ
RLQ
Melanoma
Ipsilateral
Cells
Superficial
Deep
Hepatitis
Integument
Tracheotomy
Proximal
Superficial
Name _________________________________
Station #2 – Color Code
Directions: Individually
1. Using the diagrams below, color code each section as follows.
Right Upper Quadrant = purple
Left Upper Quadrant = black
Right Lower Quadrant = pink
Left Lower Quadrant = light blue
Umbilical region = green
Lumbar regions = blue
Epigastric region = red
Iliac regions = orange
Hypochondriac regions = yellow
Hypogastric region = brown
2. Using the diagrams below color code each cavity as follows.
a.
Thoracic cavity = pink
Vertebral canal = purple
b. Pericardial cavity = brown
Pleural cavities = orange
Cranial cavity = yellow
Abdominopelvic cavity = red
Pelvic cavity = green
Abdominal cavity = blue
Cranial cavity = yellow
Vertebral Canal = purple
3. ID each of the body systems and function of the system using the laminated cards on your lab
table.
Card letter = ___System_____
_=
major function of system ______________________
A = _____________________________ = _____________________________________________
B = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
C = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
D = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
E = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
F = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
G = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
H = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
I = ______________________________= _____________________________________________
J = ______________________________= _____________________________________________
K = _____________________________= _____________________________________________
Chapter 1 – Introduction to
Human Anatomy & Physiology
Stations Lab
Name _______________________________ per ________
Station #3 – Surgery
Directions: Individually
Dr. Student, you do not want to be sued for malpractice. Your surgical team requires collaboration and
planning. Know what you are going to do before you cut. All surgical incisions are permanent. Scarring is
probable. Remember the anesthesiologist has given you only 15 minutes.
The Sharpie is your scalpel.
Your patient requires multiple procedures. Please perform the following:
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Appendectomy – deep lateral incision in the anterior RLQ
Cesarean section – deep lateral incision in the pelvic cavity 10 cm distal to the belly button
Left legectomy (what is the proper term?) – incision distal to the knee joint
Carotid endorectomy – vertical superficial to the carotid artery incision 4 cm from the medial
plane of the trachea
Use the information provided to make the correct surgical incisions to perform the required surgeries.
After you complete the surgery, draw on your body diagram where you made the incisions.
Station #4 – Mr. (or Mrs.) Potato Head
Directions: As a Group
The organization of the body and structural relationships among the parts can be described by a consistent
system of anatomical terminology. You will be given a large potato and your task will be to label the following
list of anatomical terms on your spud. To do this you will use toothpicks and masking tape as a “flag” for each
label. You may use the accessories on your lab table to help dress up your spud. When you are finished with
your potato, please leave on the back lab counter so that we may judge them. The winner will be the one that is
most original in design and most “anthropomorphic” (ie most correct) potato!!
LIST:
sagittal plane
midsagittal plane
transverse plane
pelvic
coronal plane
medial
posterior
thoracic
lateral
proximal
cranial
inferior
distal
anterior
abdominal
superior
ventral
dorsal
Station #5 – Rewrites
Directions: As a group, rewrite each statement using common terminology. The first one is done for
you. Work as a group, but each person must write down the new sentence and each person will turn
in a worksheet as part of their lab.
1. Pain is located in the right cervical region with radiation into the ipsilateral brachial region.
(answer: pain is located in the right neck and radiates into the right upper arm)
2. The lesion is located in the right thorax just lateral to the mid-sagittal plane.
3. The patient reports numbness and tingling in the left lumbar area and pain in the contralateral
femoral region.
4. There is a contusion located at the lateral aspect of the left crural region.
5. The laceration extends distally from the right antecubital region to the antebrachium.
6. The patient reports sharp right lower quadrant pain just lateral to the umbilicus.
7. The patient reported a tearing sensation while running in the right gluteal region extending
distally to the ipsilateral popliteal region.
8. There was pain located at the right lateral tarsal region with subsequent numbness and tingling
in the ipsilateral dorsum of the foot.
9. The patient reported sharp cervical pain extending into the bilateral brachial regions.
Station #6 – Jeopardy!
Directions: We will design a Jeopardy review game for Chapter 1 as a class. Your group is
responsible for developing one category of questions (see below). Use your book and/or the
computer to help you design the answers and questions for your assigned category.
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The template is set up for you on the computer at your lab table. You will be filling in 2 slides
per point value question – an “answer” and then a “question”.
The 100 point questions should be easier and get progressively more difficult as you go to the
500 point questions.
Remember to SAVE after adding each answer and question.
I will post this game plus the game designed by my other class on the website under the
“Review” tab for chapter 1.
Group #
Category
1
Organ Systems (pg 14-19)
2
Homeostasis (pg 7-12)
3
Abdominal Regions (pg 24)
4
Body Regions (from pg 25)
5
Planes and Positions (pg 21-23)
6
Anything Goes (from all of chapter 1 – make sure no question is repeated)
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