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Quis One Part 4


The cranium consist of 27 bones Cranial
The mandible is a single bone Mandibular
Skull...28 bones cranium + mandible
Head or something that is shaped like a head(round) cap- cep- ceph...common prefixes for "head" or "headlike" capital
forhead frontal
nasal nose
Facial cheeks buccal--- buccolan, buccnater
lips oral labial
tounge linguale
chin mental
ear otic9ot+vowel as prefix or suffix
back of the head or skull occipital
neck cervical
Nature of a vertebra. Having or consisting of vertebrae. Having a spinal column spinal vertebral
collar bone clavicular
posterior sholder/scapular
lateral sholder deltoidal
bump on sholder acromial
anterior sholder pecks pectoral
arm pit axillary
from sholder to elbow... where would a brachial artery be? someplace on thr arm brachial/brachium
bump on elbow cubital...olecranal
forarm anterior where they take my blood antecubital
forearm...from elbow to wrist antebrachial
laterial is radiant region radial
The bone extending from the elbow to the wrist on the side opposite to the thumb in humans ulnar
wrist carpal
hand manual
anterior of the hand palmar(volar
fingers/toes digital
thum pollical(pollex)
exterior trunk by ribs thoracic
ribs costal
breast mammary
mid front abdominal
belly button umbilical
growing inguinal
small of back lumbar
butt gluteal
Of, in, near, or relating to the pelvis: a pelvic artery. pelvic
lateral pelvic iliac
by hair pubic
posterior butt sacral
by genitals perineal(perineum)
hip coxal
from hip to knee femoral...thigh...
knee genicular
knee cap patellar
Of or relating to the hollow part of the leg behind the knee joint popliteal
from knee to ankle leg/crural
The inner and larger of the two bones of the lower human leg, extending from the knee to the ankle tibial
The outer and narrower of two bones of the human lower leg, extending from the knee to the ankle...lateral fibular(peroneal)
calf sural
ankle tarsal
heal calcaneal
foot pedal
sole of the foot plantar(volar)
toes digital
big toe hallical(hallux)
throat pharyngeal
voice box laryngeal
lungs pleural
heart cardiac
stomach gastric
splen splenic
kidneys renal
liver hepatic
Created by: yaulanda



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