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Body Regions

Anatomical Terms for Body Regions

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Abdominal Lower area of the body (between the diaphragm and the pelvis).
Acromial The point of the shoulder.
Antebrachial The forearm.
Antecubital Area in front of the elbow joint.
Axillary Armpit.
Brachial Arm.
Buccal Mouth and inner lining of cheeks.
Calcaneal Heel.
Carpal Bones of the wrists.
Cephalic Head.
Cervical Neck.
Costal Ribs.
Coxal Hips.
Crural Leg.
Cubital Elbow.
Digital Finger.
Femoral Thigh.
Frontal Forehead.
Gluteal Buttocks.
Inguinal Groin.
Lumbar Lower Back.
Mammary Breast.
Nasal Nose.
Occipital Lower back portion of the head.
Olecranal Elbow.
Oral Mouth.
Orbital Eyes.
Otic Ears.
Palmar Palm of the hand.
Patellar Front of the knee.
Pectoral Chest.
Pedal Foot.
Pelvic Pelvis/Hips.
Plantar Sole of the foot.
Pollex Thumb.
Popliteal Region behind the knee.
Pubic Genitals.
Sacral Back area between the hip bones and the butt.
Scapular Shoulder blade.
Sternal Middle of the thorax (between the ribs).
Sural Calf of the leg.
Tarsal Ankle bone.
Thoracic Chest (between the diaphragm and the upper part of the chest).
Umbilical Central portion of the abdomen.
Vertebral Spinal column.
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