scientific terminology vs common name.pdf - Brachium Upper arm Antebrachium forearm Patella Knee nasal nose Lumbar lower back Cervical neck region

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Brachium Upper arm Antebrachium forearm Patella Knee nasal nose Lumbar lower back Cervical neck region Thoracic chest Femoral thigh carpal wrist oral mouth umbilical bellybutton cubital elbow antecubital front of elbow popliteal back of knee gluteal buttocks sural calf tarsal ankle digital fingers/toes phalanges bones of fingers/bones axillary armpit pubic genital area orbital eye socket
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