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Anatomy
Study of Structure
Physiology
Study of Function
Pathophysiology
Study of Disorders of Functioning
Homeostasis
Good Health
Axillary
Armpit
Body Part
Brachial
Upper Arm
Body Part
Buccal (oral)
Mouth
Body Part
Cardiac
Heart
Body Part
Cervical
Neck
Body Part
Cranial
Head
Body Part
Cutaneous
Skin
Body Part
Deltoid
Shoulder
Body Part
Femoral
Thigh
Body Part
Frontal
Forehead
Body Part
Gastric
Stomach
Body Part
Gluteal
Buttocks
Body Part
Hepatic
Liver
Body Part
Iliac
Hip
Body Part
Inguinal
Groin
Body Part
Lumbar
Small of the Back
Body Part
Mammary
Breast
Body Part
Nasal
Nose
Body Part
Occipital
Back of Head
Body Part
Orbital
Eye
Body Part
Pattelar
Knee Cap
Body Part
Pectoral
Chest
Body Part
Perineal
Pelvic Floor
Body Part
Plantar
Sole of Foot
Body Part
Popliteal
Back of Knee
Body Part
Pulmonary
Lungs
Body Part
Renal
Kidney
Body Part
Sacral
Base of Spine
Body Part
Temporal
Side of Head
Body Part
Umbical
Navel
Body Part
Volar
Palm
Body Part
Dorsal Cavity
Cranial Cavity
Foramen Magnumn
Spinal Cavity
Body Cavities
Ventral Cavity
Thoracic Cavity,
Diaphragm (separates Thoracic & Abdominal cavities),
Abdominal Cavity,
Pelvic Cavity,
Symphysis Pubis
Body Cavities
Superior
above, or higher
The heart is superior to the liver.
Inferior
below, or lower
The liver is inferior to the lungs.
Anterior
toward, or front
The chest is on the anterior side of the body.
Posterior
toward the back
The lumbar area is posterior to the umbilical area.
Ventral
toward the front
The mammary area is on the ventral side of the body.
Dorsal
toward the back
The buttocks are on the dorsal side of the body.
Medial
toward the midline
The heart is medial to the lungs.
Lateral
away from the midline
The shoulders are lateral to the neck.
Internal
within, or interior to
The brain is internal to the skull.
External
outside, or exterior to
The ribs are external to the lungs.
Superficial
toward the surface
The skin is the most superficial organ.
Deep
within, or inteior to
The deep veins of the legs are surrounded by muscles.
Central
the main part
The brain is part of the central nervous system.
Peripheral
extending from the main part
Nerves in the arm are part of the peripheral nervous system.
Proximal
closer to the origin
The knee is proximal to the foot.
Distal
farther from the origin
The palm is distal to the elbow.
Parietal
pertaining to the wall of a cavity
The parietal pluera lines the chest cavity.
Visceral
pertaining to the organs with a cavity
The visceral pleura covers the lungs.