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Anatomy 101

Anatomy terms

TermDefinition
abdominal Anterior body trunk region inferior to the ribs
acromial Point of the shoulder
antebrachial Forearm
antecubital Anterior surface of the elbow
axillary Armpit
brachial Arm
buccal Cheek
carpalic wrist
cephalic head
cervical neck region
coxal hip
crural leg
digital fingers and toes
femoral thigh
fibular (peroneal) side of the leg
frontal forehead
hallux great toe
inguinal groin area
mammary breast region
manus hand
mental chin
nasal nose
oral mouth
orbital bony eye socket (orbit)
palmar palm of the hand
patellar anterior knee (kneecap) region
pedal foot
pelvic pelvis region
pollex thumb
pubic genital region
sternal region of the breastbone
tarsal ankle
thoracic chest
umbilical navel
dorsum back
gluteal buttocks or rump
lumbar area of the back between the the ribs and the hips; the loin
occipital posterior aspect of the head or base of the skull
olecranal posterior aspect of the elbow
otic ear
perineal region between the anus and the external genitalia
plantar sole of the foot
popliteal back of the knee
sacral region between the hips (overlying the sacrum)
scapular scapula or shoulder blade area
sural calf or posterior surface of the leg
ventebral area of the spinal column
Created by: Esselborn 1