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abdominal
anterior body trunk inferior ribs.
acromial
point of shoulder.
antecubital
anterior surface of the elbow
axillary
armpit
brachial
arm
buccal
cheek area
carpal
wrist
cervical
neck region
coxal
hip
crural
leg
digital
fingers,toes
femoral
thigh
fibular
lateral part of the leg
inguinal
area where thigh meets groin
nasal
nose area
oral
mouth
orbital
eye area
patellar
anterior knee
pelvic
area overlying the pelvis anteriorly
pubic
genital region
sternal
breastbone area
tarsal
ankle region
thoracic
chest
umbilical
navel
cephalic
head
deltoid
curve of the shoulder formed by large deltoid muscle
gluteal
buttock
lumbar
area of back between ribs and hips
occipital
posterior surface of head
popliteal
posterior knee area
sacral
are between hips
scapular
shoulder blade region
sural
the posterior surfaceof lower leg
vertebral
area of spine
has two subdivisions which are continuous to eachother
dorsal cavity
space in the bony skull
cranial cavity
etends from the cranial cavity nearly to to the end of the vertebral column
spinal cavity
contains structures within the chest and abdomen
ventral cavity
seperated by the diaphragm
thoratic cavity
dome shaped muscle
diaphragm
contains stomach liver intestines and other organs
abdominal cavity
contains the reproductive organs, bladder and rectum
pelvic cavity
centermost region, bellybutton
umbilical region
region just below the heart, superior to umbilical
epigastric
inferior to the umbilical region. pubic
hypogastric region
lateral to the hypogastric, superior part of the hipbone
right or left iliac
the lower ribs
right or left hypochondriac
divides the body right and left
frontal plane
divides the body top and bottom
transverse plane
divides the body left and right
median plane
towards the head or upper body
superior
inferior
away from the head or lower part of the body structure
anterior
frontal part of the body, infront of
posterior
back side of the body, behind
medial
toward the middle of the body
lateral
on the outter side of
distal
farther from the orgin of a body part or point of attatchment
proximal
close to the point of attatchment
deep
internal away from body surface
intermediate
between a more medial and more lateral structure ex. armpit