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Body Parts and Areas

Term and Definition: Anatomy Ch. 1

QuestionAnswer
Axillary armpit
Brachial upper arm
Buccal Cheek
Oral mouth(inside)
Cardiac heart
Cervical neck
Cranial (back of) skull or head
Cutaneous skin
Deltoid shoulder(cap)
Femoral thigh(all the way around)
Frontal forehead
Gastric stomach
Gluteal buttock
Hepatic liver
Iliac ilium
Inguinal Interior of hip joint
Lumbar lower back (5 bones)
Mammary breast
Nasal nose
Occipital back of skull
Orbital eye
Parietal upper sides of skull
Patellar knee cap
Pectoral chest
Perineal pelvic floor
Plantar sole of foot
Popliteal back of knee
Pulmonary lung
Renal kidney
Sacral base of spine
Temporal lower sides of skull(ear area)
Umbilical navel
Volar(palmar) palm
Created by: jort7510