Body Regions and Body Directional Terms Quiz Match the correct anatomical regional term with their correct meanings. _____ 1. Thoracic _____2. Lumbar _____3. Antecubital _____4. Abdominal _____5. Cephalic _____6. Femoral _____7. Occipital a. Mouth b. Neck c. Ankle d. Lower leg e. Eyes f. Fingers or toes g. Head h. Groin i. Buttocks j. Nose k. Upper arm l. Area behind the knee _____8. Crural _____9. Scapular _____10. Popliteal _____11. Axillary _____12. Frontal m. Lower back _____13. Brachial n. Forehead o. Chest p. Anterior torso below the diaphragm q. Thigh r. Wrist s. Area around the navel t. Back of lower skull u. Armpit v. Depressed area in front of the elbow _____14. Oral _____15. Inguinal _____16. Tarsal _____17. Umbilical _____18. Cervical _____19. Gluteal _____20. Nasal _____21. Sternal _____22. Digital _____23. Buccal _____24. Orbital _____25. Carpal w. Cheek x. Shoulder blade region y. Breastbone area Use the correct directional term to complete the following statements A. The liver is _______________ to the diaphragm. B. Fingers are located__________________ to the wrist bones. C. The skin on the dorsal surface of your body is said to be located on your_______________ surface. D. The great (big) toe is __________________ to the little toe. E. The skin on your leg is ___________________ to the muscle tissue in your leg. F. When you float face down in a pool, you are lying on your _______________________ surface. G. The lungs and the heart are located _____________________________ to the abdominal organs.