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The temporal muscle is in the temporal region (temple) of the cranium (skull). In some cases, actions are used to describe muscles—for example, the levator scapulae elevates the scapula (L. shoulder blade). Thus there are logical reasons for the names of muscles and other parts of the body, and if you learn their meanings and think about them as you read and dissect, you should have no difficulty remembering their names. Abbreviations of Terms Abbreviations of terms are used for brevity in medical histories and in this and other books, such as in tables of muscles, arteries, and nerves and even in speaking.

Superficial lacerations violate the epidermis and perhaps the superficial layer of the dermis; they bleed but do not interrupt the continuity of the dermis. Deep lacerations penetrate the deep layer of the dermis, extending into the subcutaneous tissue or beyond; they gape and require approximation of the cut edges of the dermis (by suturing, or stitches) to minimize scarring. Burns Burns, common injuries of skin, are caused by thermal trauma, ultraviolet or ionizing radiation, or chemical agents.

In adduction of the digits, the term means reapproximating the spread fingers or toes or moving the other digits toward the neutral position of the 3rd finger or 2nd toe. The medially or laterally abducted 3rd finger or 2nd toe adducts back to the neutral position. As you can see by noticing the way the thumbnail faces (laterally instead of posteriorly in the anatomical position), the thumb is rotated 90° relative to the other digits. Therefore, the thumb flexes and extends in the frontal plane, and abducts and adducts in the sagittal plane.

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