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acromial
axillary
brachial
point of shoulder
armpit
arm
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
antecubital
antebrachial
pollex
front of elbow
forearm
thumb
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
palmer
crural
tarsal
palm
leg
ankle
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
cephalic
manus
occipital
head
hand
back of base of skull
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
scapular
olecranal
sacral
shoulder blade
back of elbow
between hips
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
gluteal
perineal
popliteal
buttock
region between the anus/external genitalia
back of knee
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
sural
calcaneal
plantar
calf
heel
sole
these descriptive terms refer to parts of the body
abdominopelvic quadrants
RUQ,LUQ,RLQ,LLQ
perpendicular lines cross at the umbilicus
upper abdominopelvic regions (3)
Right hypochondriac region
Epigastric region
Left hypochondriac region
middle abdominopelvic regions (3)
Right lumbar region
Umbilical region
Left region
lower abdominopelvic regions
Right inguinal region
Hypogastric region
Left inguinal region
abdominopelvic quadrant/region containing liver
RUQ mainly
epigastric region
abdominopelvic quadrant/region containing gallbladder
RUQ
umbilical region
abdominopelvic quadrant/region containing appendix
RLQ
hypogastric
stomach
LUQ
epigastric region
Abdominopelvic quadrant/region containing spleen
LUQ
left hypochondriac region
Abdominopelvic quadrant/region containing urinary bladder
Both RLQ,LLQ
hypogastric region