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Anatomy

Organization of the

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Otic Ear
Cephalic Forehead
Buccal Cheek
Orbital Eye
Oral Mouth
Mental Chin
Nasal Nose
Cervical Neck
Acromial Sholder
Sternal Sternum
Pectoral breast
Axillary Armpit
Mammary tit
Brachial Bicep
Antecubital Inside of elbow
Antebrachial Forearm
Digitial Finger
Carpal Wrist
Palmar Palm
Umbilical Belly Button
Abdominal Core
Coxal Tail Bone
Inguinal Hip Crease
Acromial Sholder
Vertebral Spine
Cubital Elbow
Gluteal Buttock
Popliteal Back of the knee
Plantar Bottom of the foot
Lumber Lower back
Sacral Posterior and between the hips
Sural Top of the calf
Patellar Knee cap
Tarsal Ankle
Pedal Foot
Midsagittal Plane Produces equal left and right halves
Transverse ( Horizontal) Plane Diveds the body into Suprior or Inferior portions
Oblique Planes Combinations of 2 other planes
Sagittal Planes Divides the body into left and right portions
Prone Position Lying face down in the anatomical position
Supine Position Lying face up in anatomical position
Abdominopelvic Cavity Below the diaphragm contains both abdomen and pelvic
Thoratic Cavity Above diaphragm
Vertebral or Spinal Cavity Contains spinal cord
Cranial Cavity Holds the brain and is formed by the skull
Dorsal Backside of the body
Inferior Away for the head, below, or towards the feet
Lateral Farther from the midline of the body
Superior Above or higher than, towards the head
Medial Nearer to the midline of the body
Ventral Belly side of the body or front of the body
Frontal or Coronal plane Divides the body or organ into anterior and posterior portions
Parasagittal Plane Produces unequal left and right halves
Ipsi- Same
Contra- Opposite
Right Hypochondriac Region Upper right region (has liver, small intestine, right kidney, and gallbladder )
Epigastric Region Upper middle Region (has liver, stomach, spleen, pancreas, duodenum and adrenal glands )
Left Hypochondriac Region Upper left region ( has Pancreas, left kidney, colon, and spleen)
Right Lumbar Right Middle right region ( Has right colon, liver, gallbladder)
Umbilical Region Middle center region ( Has Duodenum, ileum, jejunum, and umbilicus )
Left Lumber Region Middle left region ( Has left kidney, and descending colon)
Right Iliac Region Lower right region ( Has Cecum and appendix)
Hypogastric Region Lower middle region ( Has female reproductive organs, sigmoid colon, and urinary bladder)
Left Iliac Region Lower left region (Has sigmoid colon, and descending colon)
Created by: zifkokat003
 

 



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