Common Anatomical Terms for Pre-Nursing and Pre-Medicine Students


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Here is a list of most common anatomical terms that are most likely to be used by pre-nursing and pre-medicine students. Most students encounter these terms in Human Anatomy and Physiology courses.

function msg1() { document.getElementById(“button1″).value=”cephalic”; } – head
function msg2() { document.getElementById(“button2″).value=”orbital”; } – eye
function msg3() { document.getElementById(“button3″).value=”otic”; } – ear
function msg4() { document.getElementById(“button4″).value=”buccal”; } – cheek
function msg5() { document.getElementById(“button5″).value=”cervical”; } – neck
function msg6() { document.getElementById(“button6″).value=”thoracic”; } – chest
function msg7() { document.getElementById(“button7″).value=”mammary”; } – breast
function msg8() { document.getElementById(“button8″).value=”abdominal”; } – abdomen
function msg9() { document.getElementById(“button9″).value=”umbilical”; } – navel
function msg10() { document.getElementById(“button10″).value=”mental”; } – chin
function msg11() { document.getElementById(“button11″).value=”axillary”; } – armpit
function msg12() { document.getElementById(“button12″).value=”brachial”; } – arm
function msg13() { document.getElementById(“button13″).value=”antecubital”; } – front of elbow
function msg14() { document.getElementById(“button14″).value=”antebrachial”; } – forearm
function msg15() { document.getElementById(“button15″).value=”carpal”; } – wrist
function msg16() { document.getElementById(“button16″).value=”palmar”; } – palm
function msg17() { document.getElementById(“button17″).value=”phalangeal”; } – fingers or toes
function msg18() { document.getElementById(“button18″).value=”pollex”; } – thumb
function msg19() { document.getElementById(“button19″).value=”patellar”; } – knee
function msg20() { document.getElementById(“button20″).value=”crural”; } – leg
function msg21() { document.getElementById(“button21″).value=”tarsal”; } – ankle
function msg22() { document.getElementById(“button22″).value=”hallux”; } – great toe
function msg23() { document.getElementById(“button23″).value=”pedal”; } – foot
function msg24() { document.getElementById(“button24″).value=”femoral”; } – thigh
function msg25() { document.getElementById(“button25″).value=”inguinal”; } – groin
function msg26() { document.getElementById(“button26″).value=”pubis”; } – pubic
function msg27() { document.getElementById(“button27″).value=”pelvic”; } – pelvis
function msg28() { document.getElementById(“button28″).value=”acromial”; } – shoulder
function msg29() { document.getElementById(“button29″).value=”dorsal”; } – back
function msg30() { document.getElementById(“button30″).value=”olecranal”; } – elbow
function msg31() { document.getElementById(“button31″).value=”lumbar”; } – loin
function msg32() { document.getElementById(“button32″).value=”gluteal”; } – buttocks
function msg33() { document.getElementById(“button33″).value=”popliteal”; } – back of knee
function msg34() { document.getElementById(“button34″).value=”sural”; } – calf or back of leg
function msg35() { document.getElementById(“button35″).value=”calcaneal”; } – heel
function msg36() { document.getElementById(“button36″).value=”plantar”; } – sole of foot
function msg37() { document.getElementById(“button37″).value=”cranial”; } – skull
function msg38() { document.getElementById(“button38″).value=”frontal”; } – forehead
function msg39() { document.getElementById(“button39″).value=”nasal”; } – nose
function msg40() { document.getElementById(“button40″).value=”manual”; } – hand

 

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