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Bolvin-Anatomy:Ch1

Stack focuses on directional and regional terms

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front of the elbow antecubital
armpit axillary
arm region brachial
cheek buccal
neck cervical
wrist carpal
finger digital
thigh region femoral
eye orbital
anterior knee patellar
The abdomen celiac
groin inguinal
belly button umbilical
buttocks gluteal
lower back lumbar
back of head occipital
back of knee popliteal
shoulder blade scapular
the head cephalic
ribs costal
hip coxal
chin mental
ear otic
palm of the hand palmar
chest pectoral
foot pedal
posterior region between hipbones sacral
middle of the anterior thorax sternal
above superior
below inferior
toward the front anterior or ventral
toward the back posterior or dorsal
closer to midline of body medial
toward the side or away from midline of body lateral
closer to point of attachment proximal
farther from point of attachment distal
near the surface superficial
more internal deep
Created by: abolvin