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A & P Lab I

anatomical, regional terms

QuestionAnswer
Toward the front of the body (belly side) Anterior (ventral)
Toward the back of the body (back side) Posterior (dorsal)
Above; closer to the head Superior
Below; closer to the feet Inferior
At the head end of the body Cranial (cephalic)
At the tail end of the body Caudal
Toward the midline of the body Medial
Away from the midline of the body Lateral
Toward the surface of the body; on the outside Superficial
Beneath the surface of the body; on the inside Deep
Near; closer to the attachment point of a limb to the trunk Proximal
Far; farther from the attachment point of a limb to the trunk Distal
Armpit Axillary
Arm Brachial
Cheek Buccal
Wrist Carpal
Head Cephalic
Neck Cervical
Fingers or toes Digital
Thigh Femoral
Buttock Gluteal
Groin Inguinal
Lower back Lumbar
Chin Mental
Eye Orbital
Sole of the foot Plantar
Navel Umbilical
Spinal column Vertebral
Nose Nasal
Mouth Oral
Shoulder Deltoid
front of elbow Antecubital
forearm antebrachial
hip coxal
palm palmar
kneecap patellar
leg crural
foot pes
forehead frontal
sternum sternal; thoracic cavity
chest pectoral; thoracic cavity
breast mammory; thoracic cavity
abdomen abdominal
Pelvic Pelvic
Pubic Pubic
ankle Tarsal
back of head Occipital
hand Manus
booty hole Perineal
back of knee Popliteal
sole of foot Plantar surface
buttock Sacral Gluteal
ear- Posterior Aricular
spinal column Vertebral
elbow Olecranal
posterior hand dorsum of the hand
thigh femoral
calf sural
heel calcaneal
two divisions of dorsal cavity cranial and vertebral
two divisions of ventral cavity thoracic and abdominopelvic
What is in thoracic body cavity? heart, mediastinum, lungs
What is in the abdominopelvic cavity? abdomin and pelvic
Heart cavity is? pericardial
pleural cavities (right and left) Lung cavity
Serous membranes are composed of what two layers? Parietal and Visceral
Which layer lines the internal surface of the body wall? Parietal
Which layer covers the external surface of organs within that cavitiy? Visceral
Between membranes is a potential space called what? Serous cavity
Heart System Cardiovascular
Liver system digestive
lungs system system respiratory
gall bladder system digestive
stomach system digestive
urinary bladder system excretory
brain system nervous
large intestine system digestive
small intestine system digestive
appendix system lymphatic/immune
spleen system lymphatic/immune
pancreas system endocrine and digestive
Created by: 1580560179