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Abd regions/quadrant

Anatomy and Physiology chap. 1

Right upper quadrant Liver, gallbladder, large intestine and small intestine
Right lower quadrant Appendix
Left upper quadrant Stomach, spleen
Left lower quadrant Urinary bladder
Front Anterior, Ventral
Back Posterior, Dorsal
Head Cranial, Cephalic
Above Superior
Below Inferior
Close to body surface Superficial
Further from body surface Deep
Toward base Proximal
Away from base Distal
Towards longitudinal axis (core) Medial
Away from longitudinal axis Lateral
Separates superior and inferior Transverse plane
Right & left equally Midsagittal
Right & left unequally Parasagittal
Anterior & posterior Frontal (coronal) plane
Axial skeleton Skull, ribs, sternum, costal cartilages, lumbar vertebral, sacrum, coccyx
Appendicular skeleton Limbs and girdles
Thoracic cavity R & L Pleural cavity- Lungs Mediastinum- Trachea, esophagus, major vessels Pericardial/ within mediastinum- Heart
Abdominopelvic cavity Abdominal- Digestive organs and glands Pelvic- Urinary bladder, reproductive organs, last part of digestive tract
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