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Anterior view

frontal view

Bucal

cheek ( when you blow a bugal your cheeks blow up)

oral

mouth

frontal

forehead

orbital or ocular

eyes

nasal

nose



mental

chin ( thinking pose with fist on your chin) "mental thinking"



thoracic

middle of chest

axillary

armpit ( this is where you spray axe)

brachial

bicep ( bracial beerpong)

antecubital

inner part of elbow ( acubit is distance b/winner elbow and tip of finger)

carpal

wrist (carpal computer syndrome- gamers disease)

pollex

thumb( wear your rollex by your pollex)

digital

fingers and toes

palmanar

palm

mammary

breast

abdominal

abs( above belly button)

umbillicus

belly button

pelvic

below belly button

pubic

genital area

inguinal

sex lines

femoral

thigh

patelar

knee (knee goes PAT)

crural

shin( getting hit in the shin is crural)

torsal

ankle

hallux

big toe( helps you walk down halls)

femoral

thigh

otic

ear

cervical

back of neck

dorsal

middle of back; between shoulder blades
( half man half shark, dorsal fin would be here)

olecranal

elbow

lumbus

bottom of back.

gluteal

butt

popiteal

back of knee ( goes pop)

sural

calf. ( opposite of crural which is shin)

calcaneal

heal

plantar

sole of foot





Axial Skeleton

skull and associated bones, vertebral column, thoracic cage ( head, spine, ribs, trunk)

Appendicular Skelaton

upper limbs, lower limbs, pectoral and pelvic griddles