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Chapter 2 Study Section 4

hypochondriac right and left upper regions beneath the ribs
epigastric middle upper region above the stomach
lumbar right and left middle regions near the waist
umbilical central regon near the navel
inguinal right and left lower regions near the groin
hypogastric middle lower region below the umbilical region
RUQ right upper quadrant
LUQ left upper quadrant
RLQ right lower quadrant
LLQ left lower quadrant
cervical neck region (C1-C7)
thoracic chest region (T1-T12)
lumbar loin (waist) region (L1-L5)
sacral region of the sacrum (S1-S5)
coccygeal region of the coccyx (tailbone)
vertebra single backbone
vertebrae backbones
spinal column bone tissue surrounding the spinal cavity
spinal chord nervous tissue within the spinal cavity
disk (disc) pad of cartialge between vertebra
Created by: esparks