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Axial
relating to head, neck, and trunk
Appendicular
relating to limbs and their attachments to the axis
Abdominal
anterior body trunk region inferior to ribs
Acromial
point of the shoulder
Antebrachial
forearm
Antecubital
anterior surface of elbow
Axillary
armpit
Brachial
arm
Buccal
cheek
Carpal
wrist
Cervical
neck region
Coxal
hip
Crural
leg
Digital
fingers or toes
Femoral
thigh
Frontal
forehead
Hallux
big toe
Inguinal
groin
Mammary
breast
Mental
chin
Nasal
nose
Oral
mouth
Orbital
bony eye socket
Palmar
palm of the hand
Patellar
kneecap
Pedal
foot
Pelvic
pelvis region
Fibular (peroneal)
side of the leg
Pollex
thumb
Pubic
genital region
Sternal
breastbone
Tarsal
ankle
Thoracic
chest
Umbilical
navel
Calcaneal
heel of foot
Cephalic
head
Dorsum
back
Gluteal
buttocks
Lumbar
lower back
Manus
hand
Occipital
back of head
Olecranal
posterior elbow
Otic
ear
Perineal
between anus and external genitalia
Plantar
sole of foot
Popliteal
back of knee
Sacral
between the hips
Scapular
shoulder blade
Sural
calf
Vertebral
spinal column
Superior
above
Inferior
below
Anterior
front
Posterior
back
Medial
toward the midline or median plane
Lateral
away from the midline or median plane
Cephalad (cranial)
toward the head
Caudal
toward the tail
Dorsal
backside
Ventral
belly side
Proximal
nearer the trunk or attached end
Distal
farther from trunk or point of attachment
Superficial (external)
toward or at the body surface
Deep (internal)
away from the body surface