Flashcards in Embalming Lab Manual Powerpoint Deck (109)
Father of modern/U.S. embalming.
Dr. Thomas Holmes
"Father of embalming."
Dr. Frederick Rhusch
Going towards the middle of the body.
- Towards the midsagittal plane
Diving the body though the midis into the right and left equal halves.
An imaginary plane that divides the body into superior and inferior parts. It is perpendicular to the coral and sagittal planes.
Transverse, Horizontal, Axial, Transaxial Plane
Going away from the middle of the body, away from the midsagittal plane.
Lateral and superficial.
Deep and medial (slightly)
Going towards the surface of the body.
- i.e., Epidermis
Going towards the center of the body well below the surface.
- I.e., Dermis
Layers of the skin
Defined as the outermost later of skin.
Epidermis, Cuticle, Scarf Skin
The deep layer of skin under the epidermis.
Dermis, Derma, Skin, Corium, True Skin
Noting a superficial artery, vein, or nerve, or other structure near the body surface.
Defined as, situated or occurring beneath the skin.
- I.e., Fat (adipose tissue, corpulence)
Anatomically going towards the feet.
Anatomically going towards the head.
Anatomically going towards the body.
Anatomically going away from the body.
Situated at or directed toward the front of the body.
Situated at or directed toward the back of the body.
To divide into two branches.
- I.E., Inferior vena cava do this into the right and left common iliac veins.
Anatomical term describing fingers and toes; the thumb is #1 for each hand and the large toe is #1 for each foot.
To touch or contact as with the tarsal plates of the closed eyelids.
Eminence at the medial corner of the closed eyelids.
- Does not always close
Inferior 1/3 of the eye.
Line of eye closure
Place or union between two or more bones.
In front of the elbow; in the bend of the elbow.
Part of the integumentary system.
- Largest organ in the body
- Primary function is to protect the body.