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Mortuary Anatomy 1

Mortuary anatomoy 201 body regions vocab

Abdominal The area in front of the trunk, below the diaphragm
Antecubital The depression just in front of the elbow joint
Brachial the arm
Buccal or oral mouth
Calf The posterior, lower leg
Carpal The wrist
Cephalic The head
Cervical The neck
Cranial The skull
Cutaneous The skin
Digital Fingers and toes
facial the face
Femoral The thighs or upper leg
Gluteal The buttocks
Groin or inguinal The area where the thigh meets the trunk
Lumbar The lower back, Between the ribs and hip bones
Nasal The nose
Occipital The lower back of the skull
Optic, Ophthalmic, or Orbital the eyes
Palmer the palm of the hand
Pelvic The lower part of the trunk
Planter The sole of the foot
Popliteal The knee area
Pubic Genital area
Tarsal The ankle
Temporal The sides of the Skull
Thoracic The chest area
Umbilical the navel area
Axillary The armpit area
Created by: dejaun_b