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REGIONAL TERMS. NASAL. FRONTAL. ORAL. ORBITAL. CERVICAL. BUCCAL. MENTAL. ACROMIAL. STERNAL. AXILLARY. PECTORAL. ABDOMINAL. THORACIC. MAMMARY. BRACHIAL. ANTECUBITAL. ANTEBRACHIAL. UMBILICAL (NAVAL). PELVIC. CARPAL. POLLEX. COXAL. PALMAR. INGUINAL (GROIN). DIGITAL. FEMORAL.

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REGIONAL TERMS

NASAL

FRONTAL

ORAL

ORBITAL

CERVICAL

BUCCAL

MENTAL

ACROMIAL

STERNAL

AXILLARY

PECTORAL

ABDOMINAL

THORACIC

MAMMARY

BRACHIAL

ANTECUBITAL

ANTEBRACHIAL

UMBILICAL (NAVAL)

PELVIC

CARPAL

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POLLEX

COXAL

PALMAR

INGUINAL (GROIN)

DIGITAL

FEMORAL

PUBIC

PATELLAR

PERONEAL (side of leg)

CRURAL

TARSAL

HALLUX

PES

DIGITAL

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OTIC (EAR)

CEPHALIC (CRANIAL)

OCCIPITAL

DELTOID

VERTEBRAL

SCAPULAR

BRACHIAL

DORSUM

OLECRANAL

LUMBAR

SACRAL

DORSUM OF HAND

GLUTEAL

PERINEAL

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FEMORAL

POPLITEAL

SURAL (CALF)

CALCANEAL (HEEL)

PLANTAR (SOLE)

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BODY CAVITIES and MEMBRANES

Body Cavity: major, closed compartment containing internal organs.

Cranial Cavity

Dorsal Body Cavity: cavity encasing the brain and spinal cord.

Dorsal Body Cavity

Vertebral Cavity

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Ventral Body Cavity: houses a group of organs called the viscera.

Subdivided into:

Thoracic Cavity: cavity surrounded by the ribs and chest muscles.

Pleural Cavities: each houses a lung.

Mediastinum: contains the pericardialcavity housing the heart, esophagus, trachea...

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Abdominopelvic Cavity: cavity surrounded by abdominal muscles and pelvic girdle.

Abdominal Cavity: contains stomach, liver, spleen, intestines, etc...

Pelvic Cavity: bladder, some reproductive organs, rectum...

Diaphragm: large, dome-shaped muscle separating the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities.

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Thoracic Cavity

Diaphragm

Abdominal Cavity

Pelvic Cavity

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Cranial

Vertebral

Mediastinum

Pleural

Pericardial

Diaphragm

Ventral Body Cavity

Abdominal Cavity

Abdominopelvic

Pelvic Cavity

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Serous Membrane (serosa): thin, double-layered membrane lining body cavities and surrounding internal organs.

Parietal Serosa: the part of the membrane lining cavity walls

Visceral Serosa: the part of the membrane covering the organs

Serous Fluid: lubricating fluid between the parietal and visceral serosa.

* Reduces friction between moving organs and cavity walls

* Secreted by serous membrane

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Other Body Cavities

– most open to body’s exterior

Oral and Digestive Cavities: contains mouth, teeth, tongue, interior of digestive organs, anus

Nasal Cavity: part of the passages of the respiratory system

Orbital Cavity: houses the eyes

Middle Ear Cavities: contains bones that transmit sound to the inner ear.

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ABDOMINOPELVIC REGIONS

Left Hypochondriac Region

Right Hypochondriac Region

Epigastric Region

Right Lumbar Region

Umbilical Region

Left Lumbar Region

Hypogastric (pubic) Region

Right Iliac (inguinal) Region

Left Iliac (inguinal) Region

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left hypochondriac LH

left lumbar LL

left iliac LI

epigastric E

umbilical U

hypogastric H

right hypochondriac RH

right lumbar RL

right iliac RI

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Diaphragm

Liver

Stomach

Gallbladder

Transverse Colon

Ascending Colon

Descending Colon

Small Intestine

Cecum

Appendix

Sigmoid Colon

Urinary Bladder

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QUADRANTS

-simplified abdominopelvic regions used by medical personnel

Right Upper Quadrant (RUQ)

Left Upper Quadrant (LUQ)

Left Lower Quadrant (LLQ)

Right Lower Quadrant (RLQ)

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