No, the inguinal is part of the appendicular region, it is part of the axial region.
the neck as you can see is below your jaw and above your lungs... actually the neck is part of your axial region along with your head and trunk.
The axial part of the skeleton is comprised of the bones in the skull and trunk of the body. Yes, the axial part of the skeleton does have a cavity.
The axial body is that portion that is directly attached to the spine, including the head, ribcage, and pelvis. The apical body is the arms and legs.
trunk and head region are axial skeleton there are several bones one of the "humerus"bone which is present in arm.
yes it IS part of the axial skeleton :) Yes it is part of the axial skeleton
yes, and the only axial-appendicular joint is the sternoclavicular joint, which is right between clavicle and manubrium (part of the sternum). XD
Which of the following what? You have to give me a list!
the extremities are part of the axial skeleton
It is part of the Axial skeleton
If you mean axillary nodes, they are bean shaped glands. They belong to the lymphatic part of the body.
The Femur is part of the appendicular skeleton, not the axial.
Yes, the ribs are part of the axial skeleton.
No it's part of the axial skeleton
C. Sternum just took the test
the Brachial Region.
The body or body region.
The skull is part of the axial skeleton. The axial skeleton in humans consist of the skull, the ear bones, the ribcage, the spine, and jaw bone.