Anatomy body regions and positions

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superficialcloser to the surface of the bodydeepAway from the body surface; more internalbrachialupper armBuccalcheekCarpalwristCephalicheadCervicalneckCostalribsCoxalhipCruralShinAntecubitalfront of elbowAbdominalabdomenAcromialpoint of shoulderAntebrachialforearmCubitalback of elbowDeltoidcurve of shoulder formed by large deltoid muscledigitalfingers, toesDorsalThe backFemoralthighFrontalforeheadGlutealbuttockshalluxbig toeInguinalGroinLumbarlower backMammarybreastmanushandmentalchinNasalNoseOccipitallower back of headOralmouthOrbitaleye cavityOticEarPalmarpalmPatellarfront of kneePectoralChestpedalfootPlantarsole of footPoplitealarea behind the kneePollexthumbSacralBelt to buttcrackScapularshoulder bladeSternalbreastboneSuralCalfTarsalAnkleUmbilicalnavel, belly buttonAnatomyThe structure of the bodyPhysiologyThe function of those structures6 levels of structural organizationCell, tissue, organ, organ systems, organism8 functions that humans must perform to maintain lifeRespond to stimulus, reproduce, grow, eat, digest and absorb, excrete, maintain homeostasis, move, maintain boundaries, carry out metabolism5 survival needsNutrients, oxygen, water, pressure, temperatureMetabolismThe sum total of all chemical reactions in the bodyHomeostasisA stable environment regardless of what is happening on the external environmentIntegumentaryProtection, temp regulation, maintenance of boundariesskeletal systemsupports and protects the bodyMuscular SystemMovement, heat generationcardiovascular systemSupply oxygen to cells, remove carbon dioxide and other waste productsnervous systemControl system, fast actingendocrine systemHormone control, slower actingdigestive systemBreakdown and absorbance of nutrientsLymphatic systemPart of immune systemurinary systemRemoval of nitrogen containing waste, maintain electrolyte balancerespiratory systemprovides oxygen and removes carbon dioxidereproductive systemMaking babies