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All right class…first things first! Anterio Pos caudal cephalic
Review your body planes & directional terms! coronal posterior medial lateral
Median (Midsagittal) Plane Divides body into equal right and left halves.
Frontal (Coronal) Plane Divides body into front and back portions.
Transverse Plane Divides body into upper and lower portions. Divides body into upper and lower portions.
Medial Moving towards the midline of the body
Lateral Moving towards the side of the body
Anterior (Ventral) Front part of body anterior
Posterior (Dorsal) Back part of the body posterior posterior
Superior(cephalic)Inferior(caudal) Towards the head Towards the feet
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