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Body Regions adv bio

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Abdominal Region between the thorax and pelvis
Acrominal Point of shoulder
Antebrachial Forearm
Antecubital Space in front of the elbow
Inguinal Depressed area of the abdominal wall near the thigh (groin)
Lumbar Region of the lower back between the ribs and the pelvis (loin)
Auxilllary Armpit
Buccal Cheek
Celiac Abdomen
Cervical Neck
Coxal Hip
Cubital Elbow
Dorsum Back
Frontal Forehead
Gluteal Buttocks
Mental Chin
Brachial Arm
Carpal Wrist
Cephalic Head
Costal Ribs
Crural Leg
Digital Finger
Femoral Thigh
Genital Reproductive Organs
Mammary Breast
Nasal Nose
Perineal Region between anus and external reproductive organs (perineum)
Occipital Lower posterior region of the head
Sacral Posterior region between the hipbones
Sternal Middle of the thorax, anteriorly
Oral Mouth
Otic Ear
Patellar Front of the knee
Pedal Foot
Plantar Sole of the foot
Tarsal Instep of the foot
Vertebral Spinal Column
Orbital Eye cavity
Palmar Palm of the hand
Pectoral Chest
Pelvic Pelvis
Popliteal Area behind the knee
Umbilical Navel
Superior Body part that is above another part or is closer to the head
Inferior Body part that is below another body part or is toward the feet
Anterior Toward the front
Posterior Toward the back
Medial Relates to an imaginary midline dividing the body into equal right and left halves. A body part is medial if it is closer to this line.
Lateral Toward the side with respect to the midline
Proximal A body part that is closer to a point of attachment than another body part
Distal A body part that is farther from a point of attachment than another body part
Superficial Situated near the surface
Deep Describes parts that are more internal
Ventral "belly side"
Dorsal "backside"
Sagittal or Medial Plane A lengthwise cut that divides the body into right and left portions
Transverse or Horizontal Plane Divides the body into superior and inferior portions
Coronal or Frontal Plane A section that divides the body into anterior and posterior portions
Created by: jumpergurlpt
 

 



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