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Front Back
ABDOMINAL
has: umbilical, pelvic.
Appendicular region
from shoulder to toe
Axial region
from head to the private part
Cephalic
head: frontal(forehead), orbital(eye), nasal, oral, mental(chin).
Lower Limb
Neck
cervical
Pelvis
below waist line
Perineum
between anus & external genitalia
Thorax
from shoulder to obove the abdomen: sternal, axillary, mammary
Trunk region
from shoulder to perineum
Cervical
neck
MANUS
hand(latin): pollex (idex finger), metacarpal, palmar, digital.
PEDAL
foot: Tarsal(ankle),calcaneal(heel), metatarsal, digital,plantar(sole), hallux(index toe).
Pelvic (pelvis n)
structure located at the base of the spine (properly known as the caudal end). In the adult human, it is formed by the sacrum and the coccyx, the caudal part of the axial skeleton, and a pair of hip bones, part of the appendicular skeleton or lower extremity
Thoracic
the region of between the neck and abdomen: sternal(breast bone), axillary(armpit), mamary.
Upper Limb
acromial(shoulder), brachial(arm), antecubital(behind elbow), olecranal(elbow), antebrachial(forearm), carpal(wrist); and Manus.
acromial
shoulder part of upper limb
Axillary
armpit part of thoracic.
Fibular/peroneal ??
See LOWER LIMB
Frontal
forehead p o CEPHALIC
Hallux
index toe p o PEDAL
Inguinal
goin above genital
Mental
chin
Metatarsal
foot p o PEDAL (metacarpus = hand)
Palmar
p o MANUS
Patellar
Knee, p o LOWER LIMB
Pollex
thumb
Sternal
breastbone p o THORAX
Tarsal
ankle p o PADAL (Co chân)
Umbilical
p o abdomen.
Calcaneal
heel p o PADAL (got chan)
Gluteal
butt
Lumbar
lower back
Occipital
back of head
Olecranal
elbow
Otic
ear
Perineal
between anus & external genitalia
Plantar
sole (long bàn chân)
Popliteal
the area behind the knee
Sural
calf (bap chan)
Sacral
(xuong mong)
Scapular
shoulder blade
vertebral??
spinal core
Frontal(coronal) Plane
Anterior(ventral) / Posterior(Doral)
Sagittal(median) plane
left / right
Transverse plane
horizontal plane, upper / lower
Superior/ Inferior
go up/ go down
Anterior (vental)/ posterior (doral)
front/ back
Medial/ Lateral
in/ out
Proximal/ Distal
closer origin (head)/ farther origin
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