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BNS

Organization of the Body

QuestionAnswer
Pertaining to the back of the body Dorsal
Pertaining to the front or belly side Ventral
Pertaining to the skull Cranial
Pertaining to the spine or backbone Spinal
Pertaining to the front of the body Anterior
Pertaining to the chest Thoracic
Pertaining to the abdomen Abdominal
Pertaining to the pelvis and hips Pelvic Cavity
Pertaining to the abdomen and pelvis Abdominopelvic
Means pertaining to al
Pertaining to below the cartilage of the ribs Hypochondriac
Pertaining to above the stomach Epigastric
Pertaining to lower back or side and back between the ribs and the pelvis Lumbar
Pertaining to the naval region Umbilical
Pertaining to the groin Inguinal
Pertaining to the ilium Iliac
Pertaining to the area below the stomach Hypogastric
Pertaining to the neck Cervical Vertebrae
Pertaining to the chest Thoracic Vertebrae
Pertaining to the lower back Lumbar Vertebrae
Bones are fused in spine Sacrum Vertebrae
Tailbone Coccyx
Hands at side, head and feet pointing forward and erect Anatomical Position
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