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TERMINOLOGY ANATOMICAL POSITION –Standing position, feet together, arms at side with palms forward MIDLINE –Imaginary line that runs through the middle of the body lengthwise
PLANES OF BODY SAGITTAL –Divides body into equal left and right halves
PLANES OF BODY FRONTAL/CORONAL –Divides body into equally, front and back
PLANES OF BODY TRANSVERSE –Horizontal plane, separates into top and bottom
ANATOMICAL DIRECTIONS ANTERIOR –Toward the front part of body or body part POSTERIOR –Toward the back part of body or body part
ANATOMICAL DIRECTIONS MEDIAL –Closer to the midline LATERAL –Farther from the midline
ANATOMICAL DIRECTIONS SUPERIOR –Closer to the head –Used in reference to the head and trunk INFERIOR –Closer to the feet –Used in reference to the head and trunk
ANATOMICAL DIRECTIONS PROXIMAL –Closer to the trunk/midline –Used in reference to the extremities DISTAL –Farther from the trunk/midline –Used in reference to the extremities
ANATOMICAL DIRECTIONS SUPERFICIAL –Toward the body surface DEEP –Away from the body surface
ANATOMICAL DIRECTIONS DORSAL –Upper surface VENTRAL –Bottom surface PALMAR –Palm of the hand PLANTAR –Bottom surface of the foot
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