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Frontal bone Forehead
Occipital ridge Back of head
Scapula Shoulder bone
Vertebrae Backbones; bones of the spinal column
Clavicle Collar bone
Olecrenon Elbow (or "funny") bone
Iliac crest Top of the hip bone
Costovertebral angle Space created on the back between the lower edge of the lowest rib and the spine
Trapezius muscle Large, trapezoidal muscle of the upper back
Latissimus dorsi muscle Large, flat muscle of the mid to lower back
Cephalic Adjective for head and skull region
Pectoralis muscle "Breast" muscle
Pectoral Adjective for breast regions
Buccal Adjective for facial cheek regions
Mental Adjective for chin region
Mandibular Adjective for bony jaw region supporting lower teeth
Maxillary Adjective for bony skull region supporting upper teeth
Abdominal Adjective for belly region (including the interior)
Inguinal Adjective for border region of lower abdomen corresponding to the crease made when flexing leg
Coxal Adjective for hip region
Femoral Adjective for upper leg region
Crural Adjective for lower leg region
Carpal Adjective for interior bony region of palm
Tarsal Adjective for interior bony region of foot (including instep or arch)
Patellar Adjective for front knee region
Popliteal Adjective for back knee region
Gluteal Adjective for buttocks region
Perineal Adjective for outside floor of pelvis region
Cubital Adjective for elbow region
Brachial or Humoral Adjective for upper arm region
White portion of the outside of the eyeball Conjunctiva or sclera
Colored area of the eye located behind the cornea and in front of the lens that creates the pupil iris
Referring to the tear ducts Lacrimal
TMJ temporo-mandibular joint (jaw joint)
mastoid process bony prominence behind and slightly below the ear
xyphoid process tip of the bony sternum (breast bone)
umbilicus adult remnant of the natal umbilical cord
tibial ridge bony ridge of the tibial (larger lower leg) bone
maleolus bony prominence on the inside (medial) or outside (lateral) side of the ankle
fontanelle a "soft spot" on the top of a newborn's head
Four types of tissues connective, epithelial, muscle, nervous
Protection, sensation, secretion, absorption, excretion, diffusion physiological functions of integument
Squamous cells flat integument cells
Cuboidal cells cube or box-shaped integument cells
Columnar cells rectangular-shaped integument cells
Esophagus "food" tube connecting the oropharynx and stomach
Desmosome "weld" between two integument cells
Duodenum first part of the small intestine
Jejunum second part of the small intestine
Ileum third part of the small intestine connecting to the large intestine
Sigmoid colon the "S-shaped" lower portion of the large intestine
Nasopharynx uppermost portion of the respiratory system
Sinuses mucous-coated, air-filled holes in the bony skull
Epiglottis Fold of skin that projects posterior toward the back and keeps food from entering the respiratory tract
trachea portion of the respiratory tract immediately anterior to (in front of) the esophagus that bifurcated (splits) into two major bronchi
Bronchioles secondary airways splitting off from the bronchi
Alveolae terminal airway "sacs" where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between the air and the blood
Arteriole secondary branch of an artery
Venules secondary branch of a vein
Capillaries thinnest of the blood vessels that connect arterioles to the venules
Thorascic duct connection between the lympathic system and the blood system
Ureters paired structures carrying urine from the kidneys to the bladder
Urethra single tube passing urine from the bladder outside the body
Prostate male muscle that controls whether urine or semen will pass into the urethra
Testes testicles, where sperm is made
Vas deferens long tubes that carry sperm from the testes into the abdomen and into the prostate
Ovaries where eggs are made
Fallopian tubes paired tubes that carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus
Uterus heavily muscled organ into which a fertilized egg implants and grows
Cervix external opening of the uterus
Vagina organ connecting the uterus to the outside
Dorsal cavity cranial and vertebral cavities
Ventral cavity thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities
Created by: drjanik



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