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Anatomy

External Anatomical Features- Atlas of the Human Body (Vigue-Martin)

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A lateral fold that ascends obliquely from the genital area and marks the area where the lower extremities are untied with the abdomen. Groin
A triangular area located in the lower part of the abdomen immediately above the genitals. Pubis
A saccular structure located between the thighs and behind the penis, which contains the testicles or testes. Scrotum
The anterior face of the joint which articulates the arm and forearm. Flexure of the elbow
The region situated between the internal faces of the thighs which extends from the anus to the genitals. Perineum
The posterior face of the knee joint which forms a hollow or cavity. Popliteal fossa
A depression that divides either the back, the gluteus, or the mandible and neck. Sulcus- vertebral, intergluteal, submentonian
A horizontal fold separating the buttocks from the thighs. Gluteal fold
Points of meeting of eyelids or lips. Commissure- internal/external orbital, of the lips
The deep folds which run from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth. Nasolabial folds
A double cutaneous fold that extends vertically from the nose to the center of the upper lip. Philtrum
The wings that cover the nasal orifices. Alas of the nose
The connective tissue that covers the eyeball. Sclera
The rim formed by the eminences of the frontal bone and located over the orbital cavities. It is covered by the eyebrows. Ciliary rim
The central area between the eyebrows. Interciliary space
Angle formed by the body and branch of the mandible. Mandibular angle
The external, visible part of the ear, which surrounds the outer ear canal and channels sound to the inner ear. Pinna/auricle- contains helix, antihelix, tragus, antitragus
A ring of cartilage that constitutes the rim of the outer ear. Helix
A cartilaginous projection which crosses the pinna in front of the helix. Antihelix
A cartilaginous projection on the pinna opposite the tragus. Antitragus
A tiny projection on the auricle at the front of the auditory canal, which helps to protect the rest of the ear. Tragus
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