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LCHS_Ch 2_Chabner

LCHS_Vocabulary Terms Pertaining to Body_Ch 2

abdomial pertaininf to the abdomen, stomach
anatomy study of the human body, structures
anterior towards the front, before, ventral
caudal below, tail bone
cephalic above
cranial pertaining to the skull, brain
distal far from, distant
dorsal towards the back
epigastric above the stomach
histology the study of tissue
homeostasis in good health, staying the same
hypochondriac below stomach
iliac inguinal, right & left lower regions
inferior below
inguinal pertaining to the groin, pelvic region
lateral to the side
lumbar lower back
medial toward the middle, close to
metabolism chemical process that occurs in cells
nucleus central, controlling structure in a cell
pelvic bones of the hip region
posterior after, dorsal
proximal near trunk of body, close
spinal pertaining to the spine
superficial on the surface
superior top, above
thoracic pertaining to the chest
umbilical area of the navel
ventral belly side, pertaining to the front
Created by: gtemple