A gross anatomy professor requests that the students cut a transverse section from a specimen and place it on a slide, producing a superior view of the section. In which direction would the students cut the specimen, and how would they position the cut section on the slide?
Inferior to superior, and place the section left side down on the slide
Inferior to superior, and place the section right side down on the slide
Right to left, and place the section superior side down on the slide
Right to left, and place the section inferior side down on the slide
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It's C. Let's say you're going to slice open a skull. Transverse would mean to cut the skull horizontally, or Right-to-Left. Now, a superior view would be to reveal the head of the skull (if it asked for inferior, then it would want the jaw/mouth section instead of the top).