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67 Cards in this Set

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Acromial
shoulder
orbital
eyes
buccal
cheek
sternal
sternum
axillary
armpit
thoracic
chest
brachial
arm
antecubital
elbow
carpal
wrist
digital
fingers
pubic
genitalia region
patellar
kneww
crural
leg
tarsal
ankle
pelvic
pelvis
coxal
hip

(anterior)
Inguinal
groain anterior
femoral
femur anterior
fibular
lower leg anterior
deltoid
shoulder Posterior
scapular
back shoulder Posterior
vertebral
spine Posterior
lumbar
lower back Posterior
sacral
hips Posterior
gluteal
but Posterior
poplitreal
back of knee Posterior
sural
calf-lower leg Posterior
femoral
femur Posterior
cephalic
head Posterior
occipital
back of head Posterior
Body plains
imaginary lines or cuts seperating the lody into specicific areas
Recumbent
lying down
cavity
A gollowed out space
quadrant
any of the four quarters into which something is divided by two real or imaginary line that inttersect each other at right angles
cell
the simplest form of living matter that is capable of maintaining life and reproduing itself
tissue
group of similar cells attanged with intercellular substance between them specialized to perform a particular function
organ
several types of tissues arranged in an organized mnner to perfom a particular function
organism
group of organ systems which make up an integrated while person or animal
anatomy
sciendific study of the structure of an organism which describes the size, shape, construction, and relative positions of the organs in the body
physiology
scientific study of the functions of an organism which desvribes how the organs work independentlu and in relaion to the whole organism
anatomical position
standard positin of body
hands at side
palms facing forward
anterior or ventral
the front or belly side of the body
superior
toward the head end of the body the upper part of body
inferior
farther away from the head or toward the lowe part of the body
posterior or dorsal
the backside of the body
distal
farther away from a point of reference
proximal
neare a point of reference usually the trunk or middle of the body
internal or deep
on the inside of the body
lateral
toward the side of the body or away from midline
external or superficial
on or close to the outside of the body
cephalic
refers to the head or head end
caudal
refers to the tail or tail end
palmar
the front or palm of hand
plantar
the sole or bottome of the foot
greater curvature
the side of a curved organ with the large curve
erect
standing or sitting up
supine or dorsal recumbent
lying down on the back, face up
prone
lying abdomen down, face down or to the side
lateral
lying on the side
integumentary system
cover the body, protects the organisms from injury, disease and infecions. funcions in temperature regulation, excreation of waste, and the recievin of sensation
skeletal system
provides the framework for the body and workds to protect and support the body
muscular system
provides movement and support
nervous system
coordinates the body activities by receiving, interpreting, and conduction messages to all other systems of the body
special sense system
functions in receiving special sensations such as sight, smell, hearing, and taste
digestive system
receives, digest, and absorvs food substances and excretes waste products
Endocrine system
transports materials throught the body by carruing oxygen and the nutriends in the blood too all the cells of the body and carrying away the waste products from the cells
respitory system
takes in o