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supine
palms up
prone
palms down
Sagittal plane
vertical = left and right
Median sagittal plane
divides original into equal halves
Frontal (coronal) plane
divides into front and back
Transverse (horizontal) plane
upper and lower portions
Ventral and Dorsal
V = front
D = back
Anterior and Posterior
A = ventral (front)
P = dorsal (back)
Superior and Inferior
S = above
I = below
Medial and Lateral
M = toward median
L = away median
Proximal and Distal
P = close attach
D = away attach
Superficial and Deep
S = close surface
D = away surface
Cephalic
head
Nuchal
back of neck
Cervical
cervix
Thoracic
chest
Umbilical
belly button
Abdominal
stomach
Inguirial
Goin
pubic
genital
Axillary
arm pit area
Brachial
Arm
Cubital
elbow
antebrachial
forearm
carpal
elbow
palmar
palm
coxal
hip
femoral
thigh
patellar
knee
crural
leg
popliteal
back of knee
tarsal
ankle bone
plantar
sole
calcaneal
heel
Dorsal cavity
back cavity
cranial cavity
brain cavity
vertebral cavity
spinal cavity
meninges
membrane lining
ventral cavity
front cavity
thoracic cavity
chest
pleural cavity
lungs
parietal pleura
lies out rib cage
visceral pleura
external surface of lung
Pericardial cavity
heart cavity
parietal pericardium
The outer layer of the pericardium which is a conical sac of fibrous tissue that surrounds the heart and the roots of the great blood vessels
visceral pericardium
forms heart surface
peritoneal cavity
abdomen
parietal peritoneum
lines abdomen cavity
visceral peritoneum
covers digestive organs
serous membrane
membrane around intestines
right upper quadrant
left hand side up
left upper quadrant
right hand side up
right lower quad
left side bottom
left lower quad
right side bottom
epigastric
middle center
umbilical
middle middle
hypogastric
bottom middle
Integumentary, skeletal, muscular
skin, hair, nails, cutaneous glands = protect support and movement
nervous and endocrine
internal communication and integration
circulatory and lymphatic
fluid transport
Immune
defense
Respiratory, urinary, digestive
input and output
Reproductive
reproduction