Anterior Body Landmarks

Anterior Body Landmarks - crural(kroo-ral leg •...

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Anterior Body Landmarks Look at Figure 1.5a to find the following body regions. Once you have identified all the anterior body landmarks, cover the labels that describe what the structures are, and again go through the list, pointing out these areas on your own body. abdominal (ab-dom-˘ı-nal): anterior body trunk inferior to ribs acromial (ah-kro-me-ul): point of shoulder antecubital (an0te-ku-b˘ı-tal): anterior surface of elbow axillary (ak-s˘ı-lar0e): armpit brachial (bra-ke-al): arm buccal (buk-al): cheek area carpal (kar-pal): wrist cervical (ser-v˘ı-kal): neck region coxal (kox-al): hip
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Unformatted text preview: crural (kroo-ral): leg • digital (dij-˘ı-tal): fingers, toes • femoral (fem-or-al): thigh • fibular (fib-u-lar): lateral part of leg • inguinal (in-gw˘ı-nal): area where thigh meets body trunk; groin • nasal (na-zul): nose area • oral (o-ral): mouth • orbital (or-b˘ı-tal): eye area • patellar (pah-tel-er): anterior knee • pelvic (pel-vik): area overlying the pelvis anteriorly • pubic (pu-bik): genital region • sternal (ster-nul): breastbone area • tarsal (tar-sal): ankle region • thoracic (tho-ras-ik): chest • umbilical (um-bil-˘ı-kal): navel...
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