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Module 1D A&P

Introduction to the Human Body

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abdominal anterior trunk just below the ribs
antecubital area in front of the elbow
axillary armpit
brachial arm
buccal cheek area, specifically between the gum and cheek
cephalic head
cervical neck region
cranial nearer to the head
digital fingers, toes
femoral thigh area
flank fleshy area alon each side between the lower ribs and the top of the hip bones
inguinal area where the thigh meets the trunk of the body
oral mouth
orbital area around the eye
patellar front of the knee
pedal foot
pubic genital area
sternal middle of the chest (over the breastbone area)
umbilical navel
caudal nearer to the lower region of the spinal column (near the tailbone)
deltoid rounded area of the shoulder closest to the upper arm
gluteal buttocks
lumbar area of the back between the ribs and the hips
occipital back of the head
popliteal behind, or back of, the knee area
scapular shoulder blade area
Created by: janmaire