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A & P I-Lab 1.4

- The Language of Anatomy-Planes of the Body

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Sometimes called a CORONAl PLANE, the frontal plan is a longitudinal plane the divides the body(or organ) into ANTERIOR and POSTERIOR parts. Frontal Plane
runs horizontally, dividing the body into superior and inferior parts. When organs are sections along the transverse plane, the sections are commonly called CROSS SECTIONS. Transverse Plane
a plane that run longitudinally and DIVIDED the body into RIGHT and LEFT parts Sagittal plane
Dividing the body into two equal parts, right down the middle. Midsagittal or Median
All other sagital planes are reffered to as Parasagittal planes
Created by: doublewiggles