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Regional Word day! Learning these words will take… . Practice!. Nasal (nose). Frontal (forehead). Oral (mouth). Orbital (eye). Buccal (cheek). Cervical (neck). Mental (chin). (a) Anterior. Regional Terms: Anterior View. Figure 1.7a. Nasal (nose). Frontal (forehead). Oral (mouth).

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Regional word day learning these words will take

Regional Word day! Learning these words will take…

Practice!


Regional terms anterior view

Nasal (nose)

Frontal (forehead)

Oral (mouth)

Orbital (eye)

Buccal (cheek)

Cervical (neck)

Mental (chin)

(a) Anterior

Regional Terms: Anterior View

Figure 1.7a


Regional terms anterior view1

Nasal (nose)

Frontal (forehead)

Oral (mouth)

Orbital (eye)

Buccal (cheek)

Cervical (neck)

Mental (chin)

Acromial

(point of shoulder)

Sternal

(breastbone)

Axillary (armpit)

Thoracic

(chest)

Abdominal

(abdomen)

Mammary

(breast)

Brachial (arm)

Antecubital

(front of elbow)

Antebrachial

(forearm)

Umbilical

(navel)

Pelvic (pelvis)

Carpal (wrist)

Pollex

(thumb)

Palmar

(palm)

Digital

(fingers)

(a) Anterior

Regional Terms: Anterior View

Figure 1.7a


Regional terms anterior view2

Nasal (nose)

Frontal (forehead)

Oral (mouth)

Orbital (eye)

Buccal (cheek)

Cervical (neck)

Mental (chin)

Acromial

(point of shoulder)

Sternal

(breastbone)

Axillary (armpit)

Thoracic

(chest)

Abdominal

(abdomen)

Mammary

(breast)

Brachial (arm)

Antecubital

(front of elbow)

Antebrachial

(forearm)

Umbilical

(navel)

Pelvic (pelvis)

Carpal (wrist)

Pollex

(thumb)

Palmar

(palm)

Coxal

(hip)

Digital

(fingers)

Inguinal

(groin)

Pubic (genital region)

Femoral

(thigh)

Patellar

(anterior knee)

Fibular, or

peroneal

(side of leg)

Crural (leg)

Tarsal (ankle)

Hallux (great toe)

Pedal

(foot)

Digital (toes)

(a) Anterior

Regional Terms: Anterior View

Figure 1.7a


Regional terms posterior view

Otic (ear)

Cephalic

(head)

Occipital (back of

head or base of skull)

(b) Posterior

Regional Terms: Posterior View

Figure 1.7b


Regional terms posterior view1

Otic (ear)

Cephalic

(head)

Occipital (back of

head or base of skull)

Acromial

(point of shoulder)

Vertebral

(spinal column)

Scapular

(shoulder blade)

Brachial (arm)

Upper

extremity

Dorsum or dorsal

(back)

Olecranal

(back of elbow)

Lumbar (loin)

Sacral

(between hips)

Manus

(hand)

(b) Posterior

Regional Terms: Posterior View

Figure 1.7b


Regional terms posterior view2

Otic (ear)

Cephalic

(head)

Occipital (back of

head or base of skull)

Acromial

(point of shoulder)

Vertebral

(spinal column)

Scapular

(shoulder blade)

Brachial (arm)

Upper

extremity

Dorsum or dorsal

(back)

Olecranal

(back of elbow)

Lumbar (loin)

Sacral

(between hips)

Manus

(hand)

Gluteal (buttock)

Perineal

(region between

the anus and

external genitalia)

Lower

extremity

Femoral (thigh)

Popliteal

(back of knee)

Sural (calf)

Calcaneal (heel)

Plantar (sole)

(b) Posterior

Regional Terms: Posterior View

Figure 1.7b


Anatomical position

Anatomical Position

  • Body erect, feet slightly apart, palms facing forward, thumbs point away from body

Figure 1.7a


Directional terms

Directional Terms

  • Superior and inferior – toward and away from the head, respectively

  • Anterior and posterior – toward the front and back of the body

  • Medial, lateral, and intermediate – toward the midline, away from the midline, and between a more medial and lateral structure


Directional terms1

Directional Terms

  • Proximal and distal – closer to and farther from the origin of the body part

  • Superficial and deep – toward and away from the body surface


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