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Vet. Radiology Terms

Veterinary Radiographic Positional Terminology

V Ventral The body area stiuated toeard the underside of quadrupeds.
M Medial Toward the median plane, or midline.
L Lateral Away from the median plane or midline.
Cr Cranial Structures situated towards the head.
Cd Caudal Structures situated towards the tail.
R Rostral Areas on the head situated toward the nose.
Pa Palmar Situated on the caudal aspect of the front limb, distal to the antebrachial joint.
Pl Plantar Situated on the caudal aspect othe the rear limb, distal to the tarsocrural joint.
Pr Proximal Situated closer to the point of attachment.
Di Distal Situated away from the point of attachment.
O Oblique Slanting, inclined, used to off set an area that would be superimposed over another area.
D Dorsal The body area situated toward the back or topline of quadrupeds, opposite of ventral
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