Area of the body between the crest and the pelvis region.
Area of the body between the crest and the pelvis ( hip region )
Pertaining to fat.
Procerss of building up or synthesizing substances ( such as proteins ) in a cell.
Pertaining to the front of a structure.
Cellular process of breaking down of a complex substance into simple. compounds. Energy is released to the work of the cell.
Pertaining to the lower portion of an organ structure.
Thin and delicture serounding a cell; allows materials to pass in and out.
Pertaining to the head.
Pertaining to the neck of the body or lower neck-line portion of the uterus.
Tumor ( benign ) of cartilage.
Malignant, cancerous tumor of cartilage.
Thread like structure within the nucieus of a cell; contains genetic material ( DNA )
Pertaining to the tailbone or coccyx.
Tailbone at the end of the spinal or vertebral column.
Pertaining to the space within the skull containing the brain and pituitary gland.
Incision of the skull.
All of the sudstance of a cell other than the nucieus.
Away from the surface of the body or an organ.
Muscular wall separating the chest and abdoman.
disk ( disc )
Circular platelike structure composed of cartilage.
Pertaining to a structure.
Pertaining to the back, or posterior portion of the body.
Network of canals within the cytoplasm of the cell.
The upper middle region of the abdomen, between the right and left hypochondriac region.
Cells arranded in layers and covering or lining a surface of the body.
A vertical plane passing through the body and dividing it into the front and backportions; coronal plane.
Segments of DNA that determine hereditary.
Study of tissue.
An upper abdominal area either side of the epigastric ( middle ) region beneath the cartiliage of the lower rib.
Pertaining to the ilium, which is the right or left upper most portion of the hipbone.
Right and lower region near the groin. Also called iliac region.
Pertaining to between the vertebrae ( backbone )
Classification of chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell determined by a photograph taken during cell division.
The voice box.
Pertaining to the side.
In the back of the body, the lumbar region is the lower back,just above the sacrum. In the front of the body. It is one ofthe two middle lateral regions on either side of the umbilical region ( near the navel ).
Pertaining to the lumbar and sacral region of the back.
Pertaining to the middle or midline of the body.
Part of the thoracic ( chart ) cavity between the lung.
Chemical processes that occur in cells; including catabolism ( breaking down process ) and anabolism ( building up process )
Rod-like, thread-like, or granular structures in a cell; site of catabolism and releace of energy.
Pertaining to the nucleus.
Central, controlling structure in a cell; contains chormosomes with DNA ( genetic material ).
Pertaining to the space surrounded by the bone of the hip region.
Membrane surrounding the organs in the abdoman.
Edocrine gland at the base of the brain; secretes many hormones that stimulate growth of the bones and influence other glands such as the thyroid, adrenal, and sex glands ( ovaries and testes ).
A delicate membrane surrounding each lung and divided into two layers.
Space between the layers of the pleura in the chest.
Pertaining to the back or dorsal side of the body or structure.
Lying in a hoizontal position with face downward.
Pertaining to a location near the point of attachment or beginning of the organ.
Pertaining to the sacrum.
Large, triangular bone below the lumbar vertebrae at the dorsal part of the pelvis.
Vertical plane that divides the body into a right and left portion.
Tumor ( mailignant ) of fleshy tissue such as bone, muscle, fat, and cartiliage.
Space surrounded by the backbone or spine.
Series of backbones ( vertebrae ) located on the posterior side of the body.
The nervous tissue within the spinal cavity.
Pertaining to on the surface of the body.
Lying horizonally on the back with face upward.
The space in the chest surrounded by the fibs, spinal column, breastbone, diaphragm, and chest wall muscles.
Incision of the chest.
Endocrine gland in the neck; secretes the hormone thyoxine ( T4 ).
Windpipe; tube leading from the larynx ( voice box ) to the bronchial tubes.
Pertaining to the trachea.
Horizontal plane that divides the body into upper and lower portions.
Region in the area of the navel or umbilicus.
one of two tubes carrying urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder.
Tube leading from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body.