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Stack #206941

body regions

QuestionAnswer
Head Neck and Trunk Axial
Links to extremities Appendicular
forehead cehpalic
brain/head cranial
nose nasal
eyes orbital
cheek/face buccal
chin mental
mouth oral
front of neck cervical
arm pit axillary
center of thoracic sternal
breast mammary
on either side of sternal pectoral
chest thoracic
shoulder blades scapular
back bone vertebral
lower back lumber
below lumbar sacral
upper arm bracahial
inside elbow antecubital
forearm antebrachial
wrist carpal
palm of hand palmar
fingers digital
region below umbilical abdominal
below abdominal pubic
groin inguinal
thigh femoral
knee patellar
knee pit popliteal
calf of leg crural
heel calcaneal
ankle tarsal
sold of foot plantar
cavity that holds brain cranial
cavity that holds spine vertebral
cavity that holds the lungs thoracic pleural
cavity that holds the heart thoracic pericardial
thoraic partition mediastinum
cavity that holds the abdomin and pelvic Abdominopelvic
two types of membranes mucous and serous
two layers of membranes parietal and visceral
name of membrane around heart pericardium
name of membrane around lungs pleural
name of membrane around abdomen peritoneum
Created by: worthkc