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Figure 1.7 Regional terms used to designate specific body areas. 4. 1. 2. 5. 3. 6. 7. Figure 4.3a Epithelial tissues. 8. Figure 4.3b Epithelial tissues. 9. Figure 4.3c Epithelial tissues. 10. Figure 4.3d Epithelial tissues. 11. Figure 4.3e Epithelial tissues. 12.

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Figure 1.7 Regional terms used to designate specific body areas.

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Figure 1 7 regional terms used to designate specific body areas

Figure 1.7 Regional terms used to designate specific body areas.

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Figure 4 3a epithelial tissues

Figure 4.3a Epithelial tissues.

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Figure 4 3b epithelial tissues

Figure 4.3b Epithelial tissues.

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Figure 4 3c epithelial tissues

Figure 4.3c Epithelial tissues.

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Figure 4 3d epithelial tissues

Figure 4.3d Epithelial tissues.

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Figure 4 3e epithelial tissues

Figure 4.3e Epithelial tissues.

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Figure 4 3f epithelial tissues

Figure 4.3f Epithelial tissues.

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Figure 4 8a connective tissues

Figure 4.8a Connective tissues.

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Figure 4 8d connective tissues

Figure 4.8d Connective tissues.

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Figure 7 15 the hyoid bone anterior view

Figure 7.15 The hyoid bone, anterior view.

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Figure 7 6a inferior aspect of the skull mandible removed

Figure 7.6a Inferior aspect of the skull, mandible removed.

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Figure 7 31a the hip coxal bones

Figure 7.31a The hip (coxal) bones.

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Figure 10 5 super fi cial muscles of the body anterior view

Figure 10.5 Superficial muscles of the body: Anterior view.

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Figure 10 12a muscles of the abdominal wall

Figure 10.12a Muscles of the abdominal wall.

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Figure 12 10a midsagittal section of the brain

Figure 12.10a Midsagittal section of the brain.

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Figure 15 3a extrinsic eye muscles

Figure 15.3a Extrinsic eye muscles.

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Figure 15 24b structure of the ear

Figure 15.24b Structure of the ear.

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Figure 8 5e movements allowed by synovial joints

Figure 8.5e Movements allowed by synovial joints.

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Figure 8 5d movements allowed by synovial joints

Figure 8.5d Movements allowed by synovial joints.

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Figure 1 7 regional terms used to designate specific body areas

Sternal

Antecubital

Inguinal

Nuchal

Lumbar

Popliteal

Calcaneal

Simple squamous epithelium

Simple cuboidal epithelium

Simple columnar epithelium

Pseudo stratified epithelium

Stratified squamous epithiliem

Transitional epithelium

Reticular connective tissue

Hyoid bone

Horizontal maxillary plate

Zygomatic process

Jugular foramen

Magnum foramen

External occipital protuberance

Carotid canal

Occipital condyles

Iliac crest

ASIS

AIIS

PSIS

PIIS

Acetabullum


Figure 1 7 regional terms used to designate specific body areas

Biceps brachii

Gracilis

Tibialus anterior

Pectoralis major

Brachioradialis

Serratus anterior

Transverse abdominis

Internal oblique

Rectus abdominis

External oblique

Intermediate mass of the thalamus

Frontal lobe

Pituitary gland

Pons

Arbor vitae

Fourth ventricle

Medulla oblongata

Superior rectus muscle

Lateral rectus muscle

Medial rectus muscle

Inferior oblique muscle

Malleus

Tympanic membrane

Staples


Figure 1 7 regional terms used to designate specific body areas

Cochlea

Circumduction

Abduction

Adduction

Flexion

Flexion

Extension

Extension


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