This example asks us to match each region with the location on the diagram below. And we have our anatomical model where we can see all the internal organs. We don't need to worry about the internal organs for this though because we have the hashtag or tic tac toe board drawn on the abdominal pelvic region and it's labeled A through I and we just want to know the names of each. So if we remember our naming convention, we should be fine. So let's start first up. We have the epigastric region. Take it second. Do you know where the epigastric region is? Well, epigastric, it doesn't say right or left. So I know it's in the middle epi means on top or above. And gastric is the stomach area. So it's gonna be right up in the middle there. It's gonna be B epigastric region is b next, we have the left and right hypochondriac region. You hear a cycle. Second. Do you know where that is? All right, left and right. So it's on the sides. Remember hypochondriac hypo means below and chori means the ribs. So it's right under the ribs on the left and right side now, left and right. I wanna label my body here because it's the bodies left and right, not mine. So I'm gonna put an L on this side and a right on this, that side that keeps me from getting confused. That means the left, left hypochondriac region is gonna be C and the right hypochondriac region is gonna be a next up. We have the hypogastric region. Take a second. Do you know which letter that is all right? Hypogastric, there's no left or right. So it's got to be down the middle hypo, that means below gastric is the stomach area. So it's all the way down at the bottom in the middle there. That looks like it's gonna be H and I mark it with an H next up. We have the left and right inguinal regions. Take a second. Do you know where those are right left and right? They gotta be on the side in that term in, in is the groin. So that's all the way down on the sides. So that's gonna be G and I here and it looks like I is gonna be the left inal region and G is gonna be the right inal region. Next up. We have the left and right lumbar regions. Take a second. Where are those right, left and right, they're on the sides. Lumbar is the lower back that's kind of in the middle of the abdominal pelvic region. So that's gonna be D and F F is on the left D is on the right. So F is the left lumbar region and D is the right lumbar region that leaves us finally with the umbilical region. Well, our one region left that is going to be E right in the middle where the belly button is. So E is the umbilical region with that couple more practice problems below and I'll see you in the next video.