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anatomy study cards

crani skull
cephal head
caudal tail
superior above
inferior below
epi upon
hypo under
proximal closer to the point of attachment
distal further from the point of attachment
ventral front of the body
dorsal back of the body
anterior front of the body
posterior back of the body
lateral side of the body
medial in the middle of the body
gastr stomach
renal kidney
chondr cartilage
axillary armpit
brachial arm
inguinal groin
cubital elbow
popliteal back of the knee
pulmonary lungs
viscera organ
deep further from the surface
superficial on the skin
supine face up
prone face down
lateral recumbent position laying on the side
erect straight up
sim's position recovery position
fowler's position sitting up at a 45 degree angle
trendelenburg position laid back in an inverted position
buccal region cheeks
mental region chin
orbital region eye socket
sternal region area behind the sternum
anatomical position A. standing erect B. head and eyes forward C. feet forward D. palms forward
Created by: KatlynJenkins