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UALR- A&P I- Greg Barnes

The eyes are what to the mouth? Superior
The ears are what to the eyes? Lateral
The lungs are found _________. Bilateral
The pelvis is what to the abdomen? Inferior
The heart is what to the sternum? Posterior
The chin is what to the back of the neck? Anterior
The liver and apendix are_____________. Ipsilateral
The spleen and liver are ___________. Contralateral
Your knee is what to your hip? Inferior
Your shoulder is what to your neck? Lateral
Your spine is what to your chest? Posterior
Your nose is what to your ears? Anterior
What two sections can the body be divided into? Axial and Appedicular
The Axial portion of your body consists of what? 1. Head 2. Neck 3. Trunk (aka Torso)
The Appendicular portion of your body consists of what? 1. Upper limbs 2. Pelvis 3. Lower limbs
Created by: RLippig