Spanish Anatomy – Abdomen & Pelvis

Topic:  Abdominal & pelvic anatomy in Spanish

Target Audience:  Any healthcare providers who deal with abdominal and pelvic problems

Video Version

First, I’ll walk you through Spanish Abdominal & Pelvic Anatomy in video form. 

(FYI, this video is also available as a podcast. Details below.)

Written Version

If you prefer, here’s the written version of Abdominal & Pelvic Anatomy in Spanish.

Abdomen(el) Abdomen
Stomach(el) Estómago
Belly(la) Pansa / barriga
Liver(el) Hígado
Gallbladder(la) Vesícula
Pancreas(el) Páncreas
Kidney(el) Riñón
Bladder(la) Vejiga
Intestine(el) Intestino
Large intestine (literally, “thick intestine”)(el) Intestino grueso
Small intestine (literally, “thin intestine”)(el) Intestino delgado
Rectum(el) Recto
Anus(el) Ano
Ovary(el) Ovario
Uterus(el) Útero
Fallopian tube(la) Trompa de Falopio
Vagina(la) Vagina
Testicle(el) Testículo
Scrotum(el) Escroto
Penis(el) Pene

Wrapping Up

Thanks for checking out my Spanish Abdominal & Pelvic Anatomy vocab list.

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