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  1. Cephalon
    Head
  2. Cervicis
    Neck
  3. Thoracis
    Thorax/Chest
  4. Brachium
    Arm
  5. Antebrachium
    forearm
  6. Carpus
    Wrist
  7. Manus
    Hand
  8. Lumbus
    Loin
  9. Gluteus
    Butt
  10. Pubis
    Anterior Pelvis
  11. Inguen
    Groin
  12. Femur
    Thigh
  13. Crus
    Anterior Leg
  14. Sura
    Calf
  15. Tarsus
    Ankle
  16. Pes
    Foot (anterior)
  17. Planta
    sole
  18. Supine
    Lying down face up
  19. Prone
    Lying face down
  20. Anatomical position
    Standing up, hands at sides, palms facing forward
  21. Frons
    Forehead
  22. Cranium
    skull
  23. Facies
    face
  24. Nasus
    nose
  25. Oculus
    eye
  26. Auris
    ear
  27. Bucca
    cheek
  28. Oris
    mouth
  29. Mentis
    Chin
  30. Axilla
    arm pit
  31. Mamma
    Breast
  32. Abdomen
    Abdominal
  33. Antecubitis
    Front of elbow
  34. Umbilicus
    Navel
  35. Palma
    palm
  36. Pollez
    Thumb
  37. Phallanges
    fingers
  38. Patella
    kneecap
  39. Phalanges
    Toes
  40. Hallux
    big toe
  41. Acromion
    Shoulder
  42. Dorsum
    Back
  43. Olecranon
    Back of elbow
  44. Popliteus
    Back of knee
  45. Calcaneus
    Foot (posterior)
  46. What region is the Liver located in
    Epigastric region, right upper quadrant
  47. What region is the stomach located in
    Epigastric left upper quadrant
  48. What region is the gallbladder located in?
    Umbilical right upper quadrant
  49. What region is the Large intestines located in?
    Umbilical right and left upper quadrant
  50. What region is the small intestine located in?
    Umbilical right and left upper quadrant.
  51. What region is the appendix located in?
    Hypogastric lower right quadrant
  52. What region is the spleen located in?
    Left hypochondriac region left upper quadrant
  53. What region is the urinary bladder located in?
    Hypgastric right and left lower quadrant.
  54. Cranial-direction
    Superior
  55. Caudal-direction
    tail
  56. Ventral
    anterior/belly side
  57. Medial
    towards the midline
  58. Lateral
    away from midline
  59. Proximal
    Toward an attached base
  60. Distal
    Away from an attached base
  61. Superficial
    At or near body surface
  62. Deep
    Farther from body surface
  63. Plane
    3-D axis
  64. Section
    a slice parallel to a plane
  65. Frontal plane
    separates front from back
  66. Sagittal plane
    separates body left from right
  67. Transverse plane
    separates body top from bottom
  68. The plane passes through the midline separating the body into left and right sides
    Midsagittal
  69. A cut parallel to midsagittal separating the body into left and right sides of unequal portions
    Parasagittal
  70. Coronal
    Frontal plane that passes through the skull
  71. What systems lie in the ventral cavity?
    Cardio, respiratory, digestive, urinary, reproductive
  72. What separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominiopelvic cavity?
    Diaphragm
  73. The thoracic cavity is bound by what?
    Chest wall
  74. The abdominiopelvic cavity is enclosed by what?
    Abdominal wall and pelvic bones and muscle.
  75. What cavaties is the thoracic divided into
    Right pleural, mediastinum, left pleural, pericardial
  76. What is located in the mediastinum?
    trachea, esophagus, major vessels, and pericardial cavity (heart)
  77. What organs are located in the abdominal cavity?
    liver, stomach, spleen, small intestines, most of large intestines, kidneys, and pancreas
  78. What organs are located in the pelvic cavity?
    Urinary bladder, reproductive organs, last portion of the digestive tract, retum
  79. Viscera
    internal organs only partially or completely enclosed by cavities
  80. Serous membranes
    line body cavities and cover organ surfaces
  81. Parietal layer
    outer layer of serous membrane that lines the cavity
  82. Visceral layer
    inner layer that covers the organ
  83. pleura
    serous membrane of the pleural cavity
  84. Pericardium
    Serous membrane that surrounds the heart
  85. Where does the abdominiopelvic cavity start and finish
    extends from the diaphragm to the pelvis
  86. Peritoneal cavity
    chamber within the abdominiopelvic cavity that contains a visceral and parietal layer
  87. retroperitoneal space
    space between peritoneal lining and muscular wall of the abdominal cavity
  88. What is contained in the retroperitoneal space?
    pancreas, kidneys, ureters, and parts of the digestive tract.

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