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vc lvn organ of body

vc lvn organization of the body quiz

dorsal pertaining to the back of the body
ventral pertaining to the front of the body
cranial pertaining to the skull
spinal pertaining to the spine or backbone
anterior pertaining to the front or belly side
thoracic pertaining to the chest
abdominal pertaining to the abdomen
pelvic cavity pertaining to the pelvis and hips
abdominopelvic pertaining to the abdomen and pelvis
al pertaining to
hypochondriac pertaining to below the cartilage of the ribs
epigastric pertaining to above the stomach
lumbar pertaining to the lower back or side and back between the ribs and the pelvis
umbilical pertaining to the naval region
inguinal pertaining to the groin
iliac pertaining to the ilium
hypogastric pertaining to the area below the stomach
cervical vertebrae pertaining to the neck
thoracic vertebrae pertaining to the chest
lumbar vertebrae pertaining to the lower back
sacrum vertebrae bones are fused in the spine
coccyx tailbone
anatomical position hands at side, head and feet pointed forward and erect.
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