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body structure, position, and direction

Cyto cell
Cytoplasm fluid in the cells
Cell membrane the wall of the cell
Nucleus the control center of the cell
Tissues a group of similar cells like muscles or bones and each tissue type performs a unique function
Organs a group of body tissues that handle several complicated jobs – like the brain or heart
Systems a group of organs that work together to perform complex body functions like the respiratory system and nervous system
Superior above
Inferior below
Anterior front
Posterior behind
Medial or mid-line towards the center
Central in the center
Peripheral away from the center
Lateral at the side
Proximal nearest to
Supine lying flat on the back
Prone lying face down
Trendelenburg lying with the head lower than the feet or legs
Fowlers head of the bed raised with knees slightly bent
Created by: bozicnj