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Notes from Section 1

Anatomy the body and its structures
Physiology how the body works and its system
abdominal stomach
acromial shoulders
antebrachial forearm
antecubital front of elbo
axillary armpit
brachial upper arm
buccal cheeks
calcaneal heal
carpal wrists
cephalic head
cervical neck
deltiod shoulder caps
digitals fingers/toes
dorsum tops of feet/hands
femoral legs
frontal forehead
gluteal butt
hallux big toe
inguinal groin
lumbar lower back
mammary breast
mental chin
nasal nose
occipital base of skull
olecrananal back of elbo
oral mouth
orbital eyes
otic ears
palmer palms
patellar front of knee
pedal foot
pelvic pelvis
perineal anus
plantar sole of foot
pollex thumb
popliteal back of knee
pubic genitals
sacral back between hips
scapular shoulder blades
tarsal ankle
thoracic mid chest
vertebral spinal column
proximal closer to joint
distal farther from joint
medial closer to midline
lateral away from midline
dorsal backside
supine lying on back
ventral belly side
prone lying on belly
superior toward head
inferior toward feet
anterior toward front
posterior toward back
Ipsilateral on the same side
Contralateral on the opposite side
Homeostasis the body regulating its self
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