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Table 1.2

Regions of the head, neck and trunk

Cephalic The head;composed of cranial and facial regions.
Cervical The neck.
Cranial The part of the head containing the brain.
Facial The face.
Abdominal Teh region between the lowest ribs and the pelvis (hip bones).
Abdominopelvic Composed of abdominal and pelvic regions.
Inguinal The groin; depressed regions at the junction of the thighs to the anterior truck.
Pectoral The chest.
Pelvic The region enclosed by the pelvic bones.
Sternal The region over the the breastbone and between the two pectoral regions.
Dorsum The posterior surface of the thorax.
Gluteal The buttocks.
Lumbar The lower back region between the lowest ribs and the pelvis.
Sacral The region over the sacrum and between the buttocks.
Vertebral The region over the vertebral column or backbone.
Axillary The armits.
Coxal The hips.
Genital The external reproductive organs.
Perineal The small region between the anus and external reproductive organs.
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