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abdomin/o
abodomen
adip/o
fat
anter/o
front
caud/o
tail
cephal/o
head
chondr/o
cartilage
crani/o
skull
cyt/o
cell
dist/o
away from
dors/o
back of body
epithli/o
epithelium
hit/o
tissue
infer/o
below
later/o
side
medi/o
middle
muscul/o
muscle
neur/o
nerve
organ/o
organ
oste/o
bone
pelv/o
pelvis
poster/o
back
proxim/o
near to
somat/o
body
spin/o
spine
super/o
above
system/o
system
thorac/o
chest
ventr/o
belly
viscer/o
internal organ
epi-
above
inter-
between
intra-
within
peri-
around or about
post-
behind or after
retro-
behind or backward
sub-
under or below
supra-
above
trans-
through or across
types of tissues
muscle-movement
nervvous-sends messages to and brain
connective-fat, cartilage, blood and bone
epithelial- skin and linning of internal organs
body planes
sagittal- right and left
coronal/frontal-front and back
transverse- top and botton
RUQ-right upper quardrant
large and small intestines
pancresas
liver
gallbladder
LUG-left upper quadrant
large and small intestines
pancresas
liver
stomach
spleen
RLQ-right lower quadrant
large and small intestines
right ureter
appendix
right ovary
right fallopian tube
LLQ-left left lower quardrant
large and small intestines
left ureter
left ovary
left fallopian tube
extension
straight
flexion
bend
afferent
toward
efferent
away from
unilateral
one side
bilateral
two sides
oblique
at an angle
internal
inside
external
outside
central
middle
types of tissues
muscle-movement
nervvous-sends messages to and brain
connective-fat, cartilage, blood and bone
epithelial- skin and linning of internal organs
body planes
sagittal- right and left
coronal/frontal-front and back
transverse- top and botton
RUQ-right upper quardrant
large and small intestines
pancresas
liver
gallbladder
LUG-left upper quadrant
large and small intestines
pancresas
liver
stomach
spleen
RLQ-right lower quadrant
large and small intestines
right ureter
appendix
right ovary
right fallopian tube
LLQ-left left lower quardrant
large and small intestines
left ureter
left ovary
left fallopian tube
extension
straight
flexion
bend
afferent
toward
efferent
away from
unilateral
one side
bilateral
two sides
oblique
at an angle
internal
inside
external
outside
central
middle
body cavities
dorsal
cranial-brain
spinal-spinial cord
body cavities
ventral
thorcac
abdominal
pelvic
abdominopelvic
daiphragm
words ending in a
will keep the a and add e
words ending in ax
will drop the ax and add aces
words ending ex or ix
will drop these letters and add ices
words ending in ma
will keep the ma and add ta
words ending in is
will drop the is and add es
words ending in on
will drop the on and add a
words ending us
will drop the us and add i
words ending in um
will drop the um and add a
words ending in y
will drop the y and add ies
words ending in nx
will change the x to a g and add es
superior or cephalic
more toward the head or above another scture
inferior or caudal
more toward the feet or the tail or below another scture
anterior or ventral
more the front or the belly side of the body
posterior or dorsal
more toward the back or the spinial cord side of the body
medial
refers to the middle or near the middle of the body or the structcture
lateral
refers to the side
apex
tip or summit of an organ
base
botton or lower part of an organ
proximal
located nearer to the point of attachment to the body
distal
located farther awawy frm the point of attachment to the body
superflicial
more toward the surface of the body
deep
further away from the surface of the body
supine
the body lying horzontally and facing upward
prone
the body lying horzontally and facing downward