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Pertaining to the central part of the body
Axial
Pertaining to the Head
Cephaic
Pertaining to the Face
Facial
Pertaining to the Forhead
Frontal
Pertaining to the Eye
Orbital
Pertaining to the Ear
Otic
Pertaining to the Nose
Nasal
Pertaining to the Cheek
Buccal
Pertaining to the Mouth
Oral
Pertaining to the Chin
Mental
Pertaining to the Skull
Cranial
Pertaining to the Back of the Head
Occipital
Pertaining to th Neck
Cervical
Pertaining to the Breast
Pectoral
Pertaining to the Breast Bone
Sternal
Pertaining to the Chest
Thoracic
Pertaining to the abdomen
Abdominal
Pertaining to the Naval
Umbillical
Pertaining to the Hip
Coxal
Pertaining to the Pelvis
Pelvic
Pertaining to the Genital Area
Pubic
Pertaining to the Back
Dorsal
Pertaining to the Shoulder Blade Region
Scapular
Pertaining to the Spinal Column
Vertebral
Pertaining to the Lower Back
Lumbar
Pertaining to the Extremeties or limbs
Appendicular
Pertaining to the Highest point of the Shoulder
Acromial
Pertaining to the Armpit
Axillary
Pertaining to the Arm
Brachial
Pertaining to the Elbow
Cubital
Pertaining to the Anterior (front) Surface of the Elbow
Antecubital
Pertaining to the Posterior (back) Surface of the Elbow
Olecranal
Pertaining to the Forearm
Antebrachial
Pertaining to the Wrist
Carpal
Pertaining to the Hand
Manual
Pertaining to the Palm
Palmar
Pertaining to the Digits
Digital
Pertaining to the Groin where the thigh attaches to the pelvis
Inguinal
Pertaining to the Buttocks
Gluteal
Pertaining to the Thigh
Femoral
Pertaining to the Anterior (front) surface of the knee
Patellar
Pertaining to the posterior (back) surface of the knee
Popliteal
Pertaining to the Anterior surface of the leg
Crural
Pertaining to the Posterior surface of the lege
Sural
Pertaining to the Lateral side of the leg
Fibular/Peroneal
Pertaining to the ankle
Tarsal
Pertaining to the Foot
Pedal
Pertaining to the Heel
Calcaneal
Pertaining to the Sole of the Foot
Plantar
Pertaining to the digits
Digital
Superior
Above
Inferior
Below
Anterior
Front
Posterior
Back
MEdial
Closer to the midline of the Body
Lateral
Farther from the midline
Intermediate
Between two structures
Ipsilateral
On the same side of the body
Contralateral
On opposite sides of the body
Proximal
Nearer to the point of attachment
Distal
Farther from the point of attachment
Superficial
Closer to the surface of the body
Deep
Farther from the surface of the body
Transports nutrients, chemical messenters, gases, and wasts in the blood
Cardiovascular
Adds oxygen to blood and removes carbon dioxide from blood; Maintenance of carbon dioxide
Respiratory
Breaks down food into units that can be absorbed in to the body; eliminates wasres and nondigestable fiber in food
Digestive
Removes nitrogenous wastes; maintains body fluid volume, ph, and eloectrolyte levels through urin productoin
Urinary
Provides a protective barrier fo the body and aids in producton of vitamin D; contains sensory receptors for pain, touch, and temperature;, thermoregulation
Integumentary
Returns fluid to cardiovascular system; detects, filters, and eliminates diseaseauseing organisms, including cancer cells
Lymphatic and Immune
Protects mjor organs, provieds levers and support for body movements
Skeletal
Moves bones and maintains posture
Muscular
Controls cell functon with electrical signals; helps control body homeostasis
Nervous
Controls ells function with hormones; helps control body homeostais
Endocrine
Produces gamests; female uterus provides invironment for developement of fetus.
Reproductive
Visceral
covers the Organ
Parietal
Attaches to and covers the ventral body wall
Pluera
covers the Lung
Pericardium
Covers the Heart
Peritonium
Covers the Stomache
Retroperitonium
Located posterior to the Peritonium
Mesentary
Encircles and holds thesmall intestine to the dorsal body wall
Greater Omentum
Suspended from the inferior portoin of the stomache and covers the intestines in a similar mannar to an aprob
Lesser Omentum
Suspends the superior portion of the stomache to the liver