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Does Anterior mean front or back of body? Front
The heart is _______ to the ribs? deep
On the same side of the body? ipsilateral
Turning Outward? Eversion
Between two structures? intermediate
What word can be replaced by dorsal? Posterior
The eyes are ______ to the nose? superior, lateral
The buttocks are _________ to the mouth. posterior
The arm is _______ to the foot. lateral, superior,
The thumb is _____ to the wrist. Distal
The heart is _____ to the leg. medial, superior
The kidneys are _____. Contralateral
The collar bone is ______ to the arm. medial, superior
The liver and kidneys are ___________. Ipsilateral
The brain is ________ to the foot. superior, medial
The skull is ______ to the ribs. medial, superior, cranial
The lungs are _____. Contralateral
The urethra is _____ to the kidneys. inferior, medial
The mammary glands are _______ to the uterus. lateral, superior
The neck is ________to the shoulder blades. medial, superior, anterior
The elbow is ________ to the wrist. proximal
More towards the surface... Superficial
More to the middle... Medial
Pertaining to a side... lateral
Higher Up... superior, cranial, cephalad
Lower... inferior, caudal, caudad
Lying face up... supine
Lying face down... prone
Standing erect, feet facing forward, arms hanging to the side, and palms facing forward. Anatomical Position
The kneecap is located on the ________ side of the leg. anterior
The ________ end of the femur joins with the pelvic bone. proximal
Opposite of Anterior Posterior
Opposite of Proximal Distal
Opposite of Dorsal Ventral
Opposite of Superior Inferior
Opposite of Medial Lateral
The femur is ________ to the tibia. superior
The big toe is ________ to the heel. anterior
Are toenails located on the distal or proximal of your foot? distal
The skeleton is ____ to the skin. Deep
Created by: kmulkey1



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