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Language of Anatomy

Regional Terms

TermDefinition
Abdominal abdomen
Acromial point of shoulder
Antebrachial forearm
Antecubital anterior surface of elbow
Axillary armpit
Brachial arm
Buccal cheek area
Carpal wirst
Cervical neck region
Coxal hip
Crural shin
Deltoid curve of shoulder (formed by large deltoid muscle)
Digital fingers, toes
Femoral thigh (applies to front and back)
Fibular lateral part of leg (think where is fibula)
Frontal forehead
Inguinal groin
Mental chin
Nasal nose area
Oral mouth
Orbital eyes
Patellar Knee cap
Pectoral relating to, or occurring in or on, the chest
Pelvic Area overlying the pelvis anteriorly
Pubic genital region
Sternal breastbone area
Tarsal ankle
Thoracic area between neck and abdomen, supported by the ribs, sternum, and costal cartilages; chest
Umbilical belly button
Calcaneal heel of foot
Cephalic head
Gluteal butt
Lumbar area of back between hips and ribs
Occipital posterior surface of head or base of skull
Olecranal posterior surface of elbow
Popliteal posterior knee area
Sacral area between hips at the base of the spine
Scapular shoulder blade region
Sural calf
Vertebral spinal column
Plantar sole of the foot
Created by: sbraveman0101