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The Human Body

Brady Emergency Care 11th edition: Chapter 4 Key Terms

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abdominal quadrants four divisions of the abdomen used to pinpoint the location of a pain or injury: the right upper quadrant (RUQ), the left upper quadrant (LUQ), the right lower quadrant (RLQ), and the left lower quadrant (LLQ).
acetabulum the pelvic socket into which the ball at the proximal end of the femur fits to form the hip joint
acromioclavicular joint the joint where the acromion and the clavicle meet
acromion process the highest portion of the shoulder
alveoli the microscopic sacs of the lungs where gas exchange with the bloodstream takes place
anatomical position the standard reference position for the body in the study of anatomy. In this position, the body is standing erect, facing the observer, with arms down at the sides and the palms of the hands forward.
anatomy the study of body structure
anterior the front of the body or body part
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