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CIRCULATORY SYSTEM TRANSPORTS BLOOD THROUGHOUT THE BODY
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE AND PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN IMMUNITY
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM BRINGS FOOD INTO THE BODY AND BREAKS IT DOWN SO THAT IT CAN ENTER THE BLOODSTREAM
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM HORMONES INTO THE BLOOD TO ACT ON OTHER GLANDS AND ORGANS
FEMALE AND MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM PRODUCE THE CELLS THAT JOIN TO FORM THE EMBRRYO. MALE TESTIS AND FEMALE OVARY SEX ORGANS PRODUCE HORMONES AS WELL
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM MUSCLES BONES JOINTS CONNECTIVE TISSUES SUPPORTS THE BODY AND ALLOWS IT TO MOVE
NERVOUS SYSTEM CARRIES ELECTRICAL MESSAGES TO AND FROM THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM CONTROLS BREATHING PROCESS IN WHICH AIR ENTERS AND LEAVES THE BODY
SKIN AND SENSE ORGAN SYSTEM SKIN AND EYES EARS RECEIVES MESSAGES FROM THE ENVIRONMENT AND SENDS THEM TO THE BRAIN
URINARY SYSTEM PRODUCES URINE AND SENDS IT OUT OF THE BODY THROUGH THE KIDNEYS URETERS BLADDER URETHRA
CRANIAL CAVITY SPACE WITHIN THE SKULL CONTAINING THE BRAIN
THORACIC CAVITY SURROUNDED BY THE BREASTBONE AND RIBS THE LUNGS,HEART,WINDPIPE,BRONCHIAL TUBES AND OTHER ORGANS
PLEURA DOUBLE MEMBRANCE SURROUNDING THE LUNGS
PLEURAL CAVITY SPACE BETWEEN PLEURA AND SURROUNDING EACH LUNG
MEDIASTINUM ENTIRE CHEST CAVITY CONTAINING THE LUNGS HEART TRACHEA ESOPHAGUS AND BRONCHIAL TUBES
ABDOMINAL CAVITY SPACE CONTAINING THE LIVER GALLBLADDER STOMACH AND ALSO ABDOMEN
SPINAL CAVITY SPACE WITHIN THE BACKBONES CONTAINING THE SPINAL CORD
PELVIC CAVITY SPACE BELOW THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY CONTAINING THE URINARY BLADDER BONES OF HIP
DIAPHRAGM MUSCLE BETWEEN THE THORACIC AND ABDOMINAL CAVITIES
PERITONEUM MEMBRANCE THAT SURROUNDS THE ABDOMEN AND HOLDS THE ABDOMINAL ORGANS IN PLACE
CERVICAL REGION NECK 7 BONES C1-C7
THORACIC REGION CHEST 12 BONES T1-T12
LUMBAR REGION LOIN OR WAIST 5 BONES L1-L5
SACRAL REGION SACRUM OR LOWER BACK 5N FUSED BONES S1-S5
COCCYGEAL REGION COCCYX OR TAILBONE 4 FUSED BONES
FRONTAL (CORONAL) PLANE UP AND DOWN PLANE DIVIDES THE BODY OR BODY PART SUCH AS AN ORGAN INTO FRONT AND BACK PORTIONS.
SAGITTAL (LATERAL) PLANE UP AND DOWN PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE BODY OR ORGAN INTO RIGHT AND LEFT SIDES.
TRANSVERSE (AXIAL) PLANE HORIZONTAL PLANE THAT DIVIDES THE BODY OR ORGAN INTO UPPER AND LOWER PORTIONS AS IN A CROSS-SECTION
ABDOMIN O ABDOMEN
ANTER O FRONT
BRONCH O BRONCHIAL TUBES
CERVIC O NECK OF THE BODY OR NECK OF THE UTERUS
CHONDR O CARTILAGE
COCCYG O COCCYX,TAILBONE
CRANI O SKULL
EPITHELI O SKIN,SURFACE TISSUE
ESOPHAG O ESOPAGUS TUBE FROM THE THROAT TO THE STOMACH
HEPAT O LIVER
LAPAR O ABDOMEN
LARYNG O LARYNX VOICE BOX
LATER O SIDE
LUMB O LOIN WAIST
LYMPH O LYMPH CLEAR FLUID IN TISSUE SPACES AND LYMPH VESSELS
MEDIASTIN O MEDIASTINUM SPACE BETWEEN THE LUNGS
PELV O PELVIS BONES OF THE HIP
PERITONE O PERITONEUM MEMBRANE SURROUNDING THE ABDOMEN
PHARYNG O PHARYNX THROAT
PLEUR O PLEURA
POSTER O BACK BEHIND
SACR O SACRUM FIVE BONES IN THE LOWER BACK
SPIN O SPINE BACKBONE
THORAC O CHEST
TRACHE O TRACHEA WINDPIPE
VERTEBR O VERTEBRA BACK BONE
BRONCHIAL TUBES RESPIRATORY
CEREBRUM NERVOUS
COCCYXX TAILBONE MUSCULOSKELETAL
COLON LARGE INTESTINE DIGESTIVE
ESOPHAGUS FOOD TUBE DIGESTIVE
KIDNEYS URINARY
LARYNX VOICE BOX RESPIRATORY
LUNGS RESPIRATORY
OVARIES FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINE
PHARYNX THROAT DIGESTIVE RESPIRATORY
PITUITARY GLAND ENDOCRINE
PROSTATE GLAND MALE REPRODUCTIVE
SPINAL CORD NERVOUS
TRACHEA WINDPIPE RESPIRATORY
URETERS URINARY
URETHRA URINARY
UTERUS FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE
VERTEBRAE BACKBONE MUSCULOSKELETAL
SPINAL COLUMN LONG ROW OF BONES FROM THE NECK TO THE TAILBONE
VERTEBRA EACH BONE IN THE SPINAL COLUMN
VERTEBRAE TWO OR MORE BONES
DISK DISC PIECE OF FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVE TISSUE LIES BETWEEN EACH BACKBONE
CARTILAGE IS CUSHION BETWEEN THE BONES
MRI PRODUCING IMAGES OF THE BODY
CT SCAN SERIES OF XRAY IMAGES SHOWING ORGANS IN CROSS-SECTION TRANSVERSE VIEW
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