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intro vet teck at mjc

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anterior front of body
posterior rear of body
crainial toward the head
caudal toward the tail
rostral nose
cephalic head
dorsl back
ventral belly
medial midline
lateral away from midline
unilateral one side
bilateral two side
deep below the surface
superfisal near the surface
proximal begining of body structure
distutal located far from point of referance
superior uppermost
inferior lowermost
median plane two equal halfs
sagittal plane two unequil halfs
transversael plane front and back
dorsal plane top and bottom
recombent laying down
dorsal recombency lying on back
ventral recombancy lying on belly
lateral recombency lying on side
palmor back or bottom of back foot
plantor back or bottom of front foot
abdution away from median plane
adduction toward the median plane
flexion bent a joint
extension straighten joint
subintion move so ventral surface is upward
pronation move to ventral surface is downward
occlusal surface chewing surface
buccal surface tooth surface facing cheek
labial surface tooth surface facing lips
contact surface tooth surface that touches otherteeth
dalatal surface tooth surface that faces the tonge
anatomy study of body structutres
phyiology study of body funtions
plasim formation material of cells
-oma tumor mass
pathology study of nature couse and desease
pathophysiology study of changes a desease caused
etiology study of disease causes
Created by: sandraglover