Spanish Anatomy Overview (trauma focus)

Topic:  Anatomy in Spanish – overview

Target Audience: Healthcare providers who deal with trauma

Video Versions (Part 1 & Part 2)

First, I’ll walk you through the medical Spanish anatomy terms in video form.  It’s divided into 2 parts.  

(FYI, these videos are also available as podcasts. Details below.)

https://youtu.be/f22v96XBWzM

Written Version

If you prefer, here’s the written version of Anatomy Overview (trauma focus) in Spanish.

EnglishSpanish
Head(la) Cabeza
Brain(el) Cerebro
Skull(el) Cráneo
Face(la) Cara
Hair(el) Pelo
Ear [external](la) Oreja
Ear [internal / functional](el) Oído
Eye(el) Ojo
Eyes(los) Ojos
Nose(la) Nariz
Mouth(la) Boca
Jaw(la) Mandíbula
Teeth(los) Dientes
Chest(el) Pecho
Ribs(las) Costillas
Abdomen(el) Abdomen
Neck(el) Cuello
Back(la) Espalda
Low back(la) Cintura
Spine(la) Columna
Arm(el) Brazo
Shoulder(el) Hombro
Elbow(el) Codo
Wrist(la) Muñeca
Hand(la) Mano
Finger(el) Dedo
Nail [finger or toe](la) Uña
Thumb(el) Pulgar
Leg(la) Pierna
Hip(la) Cadera
Thigh(el) Muslo
Knee(la) Rodilla
Ankle(el) Tobillo
Foot(el) Pie
Toe(el) Dedo del pie
Muscle(el) Músculo
Tendon(el) Tendón
Bone(el) Hueso
Joint(la) Coyuntura
Ligament(el) Ligamento
Artery(la) Arteria
Vein(la) Vena
Nerve(el) Nervio
Blood(la) Sangre

Wrapping Up

Thanks for checking out my Anatomy Overview in Spanish (trauma focus).  

For additional medical Spanish vocab, or to check out my podcast, see below. 🙂

The "Learn Medical Spanish" Podcast

To hear these medical Spanish dialogues as a podcast, subscribe on your favorite platform!

(You can also find it by searching “Learn Medical Spanish” on just about any app.)

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