horizontal sections the body into superior and inferior portions Coronal

Horizontal sections the body into superior and

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Body Regions Abdominal regions and quadrants - since there are many organs in the abdominopelvic cavity it is subdivided into regions and quadrants. You are responsible for the names of the regions and quadrants as well as the major organs found in each. Abdominal regions : Right Hypochondriac Epigastric Left Hypochondriac Right Lumbar/Lateral Umbilical Left Lumbar/Lateral Right Iliac/Inguinal Hypogastric/ Pubic Left Iliac/Inguinal Abdominal quadrants : Need to know names and organs in each quadrant. Right Upper (RUQ) Left Upper (LUQ) Right Lower (RLQ) Left Lower (LLQ) .
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Specific body regions Anterior Posterior Otic Occipital Nasal Acromial Oral Vertebral Cervical Brachial Cephalic Dorsal Frontal Cubital Orbital Lumbar Buccal Sacral Mental Gluteal Acromial Perineal Sternal Popliteal Axillary Sural Pectoral Calcaneal Mammary Plantar Brachial Antecubital Antebrachial Carpal  Palmar Digital Abdominal Umbilical Inguinal Genital Coxal Femoral Patellar Crural Tarsal Pedal Digital
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  • Fall '18
  • abdominopelvic cavity, Anatomical terms of location, Pleural cavity

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