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base or deepest part of a hollow organ that is the farthest from the mouth of the organ
process of viewing living tissue that has been removed for the purpose of diagnosis and/or treatment
process of viewing self; term used commonly for examination of a dead body to determine cause of death
thoracic (heart & lungs) abdominal (stomach, liver, intestines) pelvic (bladder, reproductive organs)
Left & Right hypochodriac Epigastric Left & Right lumbar Umbilical Left & Right iliac Hypogastric
RUQ - liver LUQ - stomach & spleen RLQ - appendix & McBurnery's point LLQ - Munro's point
muscles - my/o, myos/o, muscul/o bones - oste/o, osse/o, oss/i joints - arthr/o, articul/o
skin - derm/o, dermat/o, cutane/o hair - trich/o, pil/o nails - ungu/o, onych/o
kidneys - ren/o, nephr/o bladder - cyst/o, vesic/o ureters, urethra - ureter/o, urethr/o
brain - encephal/o, cerebr/o nerves - neur/o mind - ment/i, phren/o, psych/o
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