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Chapter 3 & 4

integumetary skin, hair, nails, glands
skeletal bones joints
muscular muscles, cartilage, ligaments, tendons
cardiovascular heart, arteries, veins
blood/lymph blood, blood cells, lymph, lymph cells,lymph glands
respiratory lungs, trachea, bronchi
digestive mouth throat, esophagus stomach, small & large intestines, rectum, liver, gallbladder, and pancrea
urinary kidneys, ureters, uretha, bladder
endocrine glands, hormones
male reproductive testes, vas deferens, penis, accessory organs
female reproductive vagina, ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes, accessory organs
nervous nerves, brain, spinal cord
sensory eyes and ears
homostatis stays in balance
right hypochondriac located BENEATH the cartilage of the lower ribs in the upper right section of abdomen
Epigastric located ABOVE the stomach & naval between the right and left hypochondriac regions
Left Hypochondriac located beneath the cartilage of the lower ribs in the upper left section of the abdomen
Right lumbar located in the midportion of the abdomen directly below the right hypocondriac region
Umbilical region located in the midsection on the abdomen at the level of the umbilicus or naval
Created by: LadiWolf