Mid-facial protuberance having two orifices (nostrils); it has an olfactory and respiratory function.
Anterior cavity of the digestive tract bounded by the lips; it enables the digestion of food, among other functions.
Protruding portion of the face that varies in shape; it corresponds to the lower jawbone.
Upper limb joint articulating with the thorax; extremely mobile, the shoulder is capable of a wide range of movements.
Depression located beneath the shoulder between the arm and the thorax and covered with hair at puberty.
Bony cage making up the upper portion of the trunk; it contains the major respiratory and circulatory organs (lungs, heart).
Soft part forming the lower portion of the trunk and containing various organs of the digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.
Depression resulting from the juncture of the lower abdomen and the thigh.
Joint of the foot articulating with the leg, forming internal (tibia) and external (ulna) lateral protuberances.
Each of the five terminal parts of the foot formed of various articulated bones and ending in a nail.
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.
Female milk-secreting glandular organ; it develops at puberty and increases in size during pregnancy.
Portion of the body connecting the head to the trunk; the respiratory tract, nerve centers and blood vessels, in particular, pass through it.
Lateral portion of the face containing muscles capable of producing many different expressions.
Organ of sight used to make out shapes, distances, colors and movements; the human being is endowed with good eyesight.