The anatomical position is characterized by all of the following except


22 Incorrect 4. The anatomical position is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT a. arms at sides b. palms turned dors

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4. The anatomical position is characterised by all of the following except the right and left pollex pointed laterally​​​​​​. This statement is false because pollex are pointed anteriorly not laterally.

8. The liver is located in the right upper abdominopelvic quadrant and is cephalic to the gall bladder. The term ‘cephalic’ means related to head, near to the head or surrounding the head. Liver is situated at the upper region of the gall bladder. So, we can say that the liver is cephalic to the gall bladder.

11. The parasagittal plane is any sagittal plane except the midline​​​​​​. A sagittal (or mid-sagittal) plane cuts the body in equal left and right halves but the parasagital plane indicates any sagittal plane that cuts the body in two unequal halves.

• ( Answer 4: b. arms turned dorsally • Explanation: – When individual standing on his feet, both hands besides the body, palms facingforwardd, feet put together and eyes looking straight this is called anatomical position. – Thus arms turned ventrally not the dorsally. Hence Answer is B. ) • (Answer 8: B. cephalic • Explanation: – Cephalic means head end of the body. – Caudal meand lower end of the body. – Liver is superior to the gallbladderthe head endce it means liver is ceme andc to the gallbladder. – ThThe livere answer is B. cephalic) • (Answer 11: B. Any saggthe liverplane except the midline. • Explanation: ==>parasagittal plane which divides the body into two unqual right and left part. –Saggital plane which divides the body into two equal right and left part. –Saggital plane except midline which is called a parasagittal plane. – Transverse cut through knee is called horizontal plane.

– hence the answer is option B. )

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