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Intro CT

Abdominal abdomen
Acromial shoulder
Antibrachial forearm
Antecubital front of elbow
Axillary armpit
Brachial upper arm
Buccal cheek
Carpal wrist
Celiac abdomen
Cephalic head
Cervical the narrow necklike passage forming the lower end of the uterus
Costal ribs
Coxal hip bone or hip joint
Crural leg or thigh
Cubital forearm or elbow
Digital finger or fingers
Dorsum dorsal part of organism
Femoral femur
Frontal front of skull
Genital reproductive organs
Gluteal gluteus muscles
Inguinal groin
Lumbar lower back
Mammary breasts
Mental suffering from disorders of the mind
Nasal nose
Occipital back of skull
Oral mouth
Orbital eye
Otic ear
Palmar between wrist and fingers
Patellar knee cap
Pectoral chest
Pedal foot
Pelvic pelvis
Perineal area between the anus and scrotum
Plantar sole of foot
Popliteal back of the knee
Sacral sacrum
Sternal sternum
Tarsal ankle
Umbilical naval or umbilical cord
Vertebral back bone
Created by: hannahpiper