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Slender flat back bone articulating especially with the humerus (arm bone) and forming the posterior section of the shoulder.
Leg joint articulating with the pelvis (base of the trunk).
Terminal part of the upper limb having a tactile and prehensile function, with a thumb opposable to the other fingers.
Portion of the body connecting the head to the trunk; the respiratory tract, nerve centers and blood vessels, in particular, pass through it.
Lower limb attached to the trunk; it supports the body in an upright position and during locomotion.
Fleshy section made up mostly of muscles; it is located at the base of the back.
Deep slender ridge between the two buttocks through which the anus opens.
Lower portion of the back; it is located on each side of the vertebral column.
Portion of the body to which the head and limbs are attached; it is made up of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis.
Posterior portion of the trunk extending from the shoulders to the kidneys on each side of the vertebral column.
Upper portion of the body supported by the neck and made up essentially of the main sensory organs and the brain.
Posterior section of the foot; it rests on the ground when walking.
Fleshy section formed by the muscles at the back of the leg between the knee and the ankle.
Section of the leg between the hip and the knee; it contains many powerful muscles.
Joint of the hand (carpus) articulating with the forearm (radius).
Section of the upper limb between the elbow and the wrist; its muscles control the movements of the hand and fingers.
Narrowed section of the body between the base of the thorax and the hips.
Arm joint (humerus) articulating with the forearm (radius and ulna); it protrudes when the limb is flexed.
Section of the upper limb between the shoulder and the elbow and articulating especially with the scapula.
Posterior section of the neck formed mainly of vertebrae and muscles.
Hair of the head mainly protecting the skin of the skull; its appearance and color vary with each individual.