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Body Regions

TermDefinition
Acromial shoulder
axillary armpit
brachial upper arm
cephalic head
cervical neck
cranial skull
dorsal back or top
facial face
buccal cheek (inside)
frontal forehead
nasal nose
oral mouth
orbital or ophthalmic eyes
otic ear
mammary breast
mental chin
occipital back of lower skull
supraclavicular area above clavicle
temporal side of skull
thoracic chest
zygomatic cheek (outside)
anterbrachial forearm
antecubital depressed area just in front of the elbow
carpal wrist
cubital elbow
digital fingers or toes
manual hand
olecranal back of elbow
palmar palm of hand
pollex thumb
coxal hip
navel area around navel, or umbilicus
pelvic lower portion of torso
abdominal anterior torso below diaphragm
crural leg
femoral thigh
gluteal buttocks
inguinal groin
lumbar lower back between ribs and pelvis
patellar front of knee
perineal area (perineum) between anus & genitals
popliteal area behind knee
pubic pubis
sural calf
calcaneal heel of foot
hallux great (big) toe
pedal foot
plantar sole of foot
tarsal ankle
cutaneous skin (body surface)
Body as a whole can be divided into 2 major portions: Axial & Appendicular
Axial portion (skeleton) head, neck, trunk
Appendicular portion (skeleton) arms & legs
Created by: cookiemascot07