anteriorsituated before or toward the frontwebsite use
posteriorsituated behindwebsite use
lateralsituated on, directed toward, or coming from the sidewebsite use
medialextending toward the middlewebsite use
anteromediallocated in front and toward the middlewebsite use
posterolateralsituated on the side and toward the posterior aspectwebsite use
superiorsituated higher upwebsite use
inferiorsituated lower downwebsite use
occiputthe back of the headanatomy
clavicletechnical term for collarboneanatomy
collarboneeither of the pair of bones joining the breastbone to the shoulder bladesanatomy
pectoralis musclethe pectoralis muscle is a thick, fan-shaped muscle, situated at the chest (anterior) of the human body; it makes up the bulk of the chest muscles and lies under the breastanatomy
pectoral regionthe chest region and anything relating to itanatomy
interscapular regionbetween the shoulders areaanatomy
suprascapularsituated above, or on the anterior side of, the scapulaanatomy
eye socketthe cavity in the skull which encloses an eyeball with its surrounding musclesanatomy
maxillathe jaw or jawbone, specifically the upper jaw in most vertebrates. In humans it also forms part of the nose and eye socketanatomy
TMJthe joint on either side of the human head where the jaw (mandible) meets the skull (at the temporal bone)anatomy
mandiblethe jaw or a jawbone, especially the lower jawbone in mammals and fishesanatomy
temporal boneeither of a pair of bones which form part of the side of the skull on each side and enclose the middle and inner earanatomy
zygomatic archthe arch of bone that extends along the front or side of the skull beneath the eye socketanatomy
humerusthe bone of the upper arm or forelimb, forming joints at the shoulder and the elbowanatomy
deltoid regiona large triangular muscle that covers the shoulder joint and serves to raise the arm laterallyanatomy
epicondylea protuberance above or on the condyle of a long bone, especially either of the two at the elbow end of the humerusanatomy
web spacethe soft tissue between the bases of the fingers and toesanatomy
pelvisthe large bony frame near the base of the spine to which the hindlimbs or legs are attached in humans and many other vertebratesanatomy
sacruma triangular bone in the lower back formed from fused vertebrae and situated between the two hip bones of the pelvisanatomy
iliumthe large broad bone forming the upper part of each half of the pelvisanatomy
sacroiliac jointrelating to the sacrum and the ilium – denoting the rigid joint at the back of the pelvis between the sacrum and the iliumanatomy
cresta ridge along the surface of a boneanatomy
femurthe bone of the thigh or upper hindlimb, articulating at the hip and the kneeanatomy
hamstringany of five tendons at the back of a person’s kneeanatomy
extensora muscle serving to extend a bodily part (such as a limb)anatomy
quadsthe greater extensor muscle of the front of the thigh that is divided into four partsanatomy
achilles tendonthe tendon connecting calf muscles to the heelanatomy
calcaneus bonethe large bone making up the heel of the human foot, the heel boneanatomy
lateral malleolusthe expanded lower end of the fibula situated on the lateral side of the leg at the ankleanatomy
whiplash injuryinjury caused by a severe jerk to the head, typically in a car accidentbiomechanics of injury
posturethe position in which someone holds their body when standing or sittingbiomechanics of injury
dislocationinjury or disability caused when the normal position of a joint or other part of the body is disturbedbiomechanics of injury
pronationrotation of the hand and forearm so that the palm faces backwards or downwards – rotation of the medial bones in the midtarsal region of the foot inward and downward so that in walking the foot tends to come down on its inner marginbiomechanics of injury
supinationrotation of the forearm and hand so that the palm faces forward or upward, also: a corresponding movement of the foot and leg in which the foot rolls outward with an elevated archbiomechanics of injury
kyphosisexcessive outward curvature of the spine, causing hunching of the backbiomechanics of injury
scoliosisabnormal lateral curvature of the spinebiomechanics of injury
discrepancyan illogical or surprising lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more factsbiomechanics of injury
morton’s footis the condition of a shortened first metatarsal in relation to the second metatarsal. It is a type of brachymetatarsiabiomechanics of injury