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Cephalic or Cephalad
Toward the head brain
Caudal or caudad
Toward the tail
ipsilateral
organs that are the sameside
contralateral
opposite side ofthe body
parasagittal
sliced off to the right side more or the left side more
midsagittal Median
directly in the middle
transverse
horizontal cross section
oblique
diagonal cut
anterior ventral trunk region
top thoracic cavity
Four Quadrants are
RUQ, LUQ, RLQ AND LLQ
whole mount
no sectioning
serial sections
slicing the body from head to toe in small sections
dextrocardia
heart on the opposite side of the body
situs inversus
intestines on the other side of the body
epigastric
top middle above umbilical region
umbilical
middle around belly button
hypogastric
pubic area
hypochondriac region
left and right top half of thoracic cavity
lumbar
middle right and left half of back
iliac inguinal
lower right and left half of adominal cavity
costal
rib cage
lumbar
lowerback
gluteal
buttocks
flank
sides of thoracic cavity
axilla
under arms
anatomic perineum/perineal
includes the genitals and anus and space inbetween
clinical perineum/perineal
doesn't include the anus and genitals just area inbetween
clavicular
near the clavical bone
sternal
refers to the breastbone area
scapular
shoulder area
Acromial
point of the shoulder top of shoulder
brachium/brachial
arm upper
antebrachium
forearm
cubital (olecranal)
back of the elbow
antecubital
front of the elbow
palmar volar
palms
pollex
thumb
digial (phalangeal)
fingers and toes
interdigital
spaces between fingers and toes
radial
side of the arm where the thumb is
ulnar
side of the arm where the pinky is
deltoid
cap of the shoulder
femoral
thigh
patellar
knee
sural
calf
tibial
shin
popliteal
ham back of knee
calcaneal
heal
hallux
great toe
malleolar
ankle bumps on each side of ankel
peroneal
side of the lower leg
frontal
forehead
orbital
eyes
supraorbital
above the eyes
infraorbital
below the eyes
zygomatic/ malar
cheekbone area
maxillary
upper jaw
mandibular
lower jaw
buccal
cheek
mastiod
cheek
labial
lips
mental
chin
crural
leg
manus
hands