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Human Body Regions

Table 1.3 page 14 Human Anatomy human body regions
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abdominal
region inferior to the thorax (chest) and superior to the hip bones
antebrachial
forearm (between elbow and the wrist)
antecubital
region anterior to the elbow; also known as the cubital region
auricular
ear
axillary
armpit
brachial
arm (between shoulder and elbow
buccal
cheek
calcaneal
heel of the foot
carpal
wrist
cephalic
head
cervical
neck
coxal
hip
cranial
skull
crural
leg (between knee and ankle)
deltoid
shoulder
digital
fingers or toes
dorsal
back
femoral
thigh
fibular
lateral aspect of leg
frontal
forehead
gluteal
buttock
hallux
great toe
inguinal
groin
lumbar
relating to the loins; or the part of the back and sides between the ribs and pelvis
mammary
breast
manus
hand
mental
chin
nasal
nose
occipital
posterior aspect of the head
olecranal
posterior of the elbow
oral
mouth
orbital
eye
palmar
palm of the hand
patellar
knee cap
pelvic
pelvis
perineal
diamond-shaped region between the thighs that contain the anus and selected external reproductive organs
pes
foot
plantar
sole of the foot
pollex
thumb
popliteal
area posterior to the knee
pubic
anterior region of the pelvis
radial
lateral aspect of the forearm
sacral
posterior region between the hip bones
scapular
shoulder blade
sternal
anterior middle region of the thorax
sural
calf
tarsal
root of the foot
thoracic
chest or thorax
tibial
medial aspect of the leg
ulnar
medial aspect of the forearm
umbilical
naval
vertebral
spinal column