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Med term 4

frontal plane 1 also called the coronal plane
cross-section section produced by cut at right angle to long axis of structure
sagittal plane plane that divides the body into left and right portions
frontal plane 2 the two vertical planes
frontal plane 3 plane that divides body into anterior and posterior portions
frontal section section produced by the coronal plane
transverse plane divides the body into upper and lower portions
transverse plane the only horizontal plane
longitudinal section section cut along long axis of the structure
right hypochondriac region the farthest right hand corner
right lumbar region below right hypochondriac region
right iliac region below right lumbar region
epigastric region to the left of the right hypochondriac region
umbilical region below epigastric region
hypogastric region below umbilical region
left hypochondriac region to the left of the epigastric region
left lumbar region below the left hypochondriac region
left iliac region below the lumbar region
caudal direction term referring to the head
ventral direction term referring to the belly side of the body
sagittal plan divides body into left and right portions
inguinal term for groin body region
cornal another name for frontal plan
patellar term for kneecap body region
Created by: htt16nsmith