Upper limb joint articulating with the thorax; extremely mobile, the shoulder is capable of a wide range of movements.
Joint that articutes the thighbone (femur) with the lower section of the leg (tibia).
Triangular protuberance of the lower abdomen; it is covered with hair at puberty.
Each of the five terminal parts of the foot formed of various articulated bones and ending in a nail.
Anterior section of the thorax containing the nipple; unlike in the female, the breast plays no role in the male.
Cone-shaped or cylindrical erectile protuberance of the breast surrounded by a pigmented area (areola).
Organ of hearing that collects sounds; the inner ear is also the organ of equilibrium.
Lateral portion of the head between the forehead, eye, cheek and ear.
Upper portion of the face between the eyebrows and the hair roots and extending between the temples.
Joint of the foot articulating with the leg, forming internal (tibia) and external (ulna) lateral protuberances.
Depression resulting from the juncture of the lower abdomen and the thigh.
Soft part forming the lower portion of the trunk and containing various organs of the digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.
Bony cage forming the upper portion of the trunk and containing the major respiratory and circulatory organs (lungs, heart).
Depression located beneath the shoulder between the arm and the thorax and covered with hair at puberty.
Protuberance of a man’s neck formed by the juncture of two strips of cartilage from the larynx.
Front portion of the head bounded by the hair, ears and chin.
Bony structure enclosing and protecting the brain.
Upper portion of the foot between the metatarsus and the ankle.