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Face (anatomy)
The human face (Mona Lisa).
Latin facies
Gray's subject #
System
MeSH A01.456.505
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The face is the front part of the head, in humans from the forehead to chin including the hair, forehead, eyebrow, eyes, nose, cheeks, mouth, lips, philtrum, teeth, skin, and chin. The face is used for expression, appearance and identity amongst others.

The face as a means of recognitionEdit

The face is widely recognized as the feature which best distinguishes a person, often at first glance.

Likewise, caricatures often exaggerate facial features to make a face easily recognized in association with a pronounced portion of the face of the individual in question—for example, a caricature of Adolf Hitler might focus on his facial hair and hair style; a caricature of George W. Bush might enlarge his ears, and a caricature of Jay Leno may pronounce his forehead and chin. Exaggeration of memorable features helps people to recognize others when presented in a caricature form.

Cosmetic surgery is often used to alter the appearance of the facial features.

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Human anatomical features
Human body features

HEAD: ForeheadEyeEarNoseMouthTongueTeethJawFaceCheekChin

NECK: ThroatAdam's apple

TORSO: ShouldersSpineChestBreastRibcageAbdomenBelly button

Sex organs (Penis/Scrotum/Testicle or Clitoris/Vagina/Ovary/Uterus) – HipAnusButtocks

LIMBS: ArmElbowForearmWristHandFinger (Thumb - Index finger - Middle finger - Ring finger - Little finger) – LegLapThighKneeCalfHeelAnkleFootToe (Hallux)

SKIN: Hair

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