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Toward the surface of the body, Superficial,
Away from the surface of the body, Deep (Internal),
Movement away from the median plane of the body or one of its parts, Abduction,
Movement toward the median plane of the body, Adduction,
Pertaining to the mid line of the body or structure, Medial,
Pertaining to a side, Lateral,
Near the attachment of an extremity to the trunk or a structure, Proximal,
Farther from the attachment of an extremity to the trunk or a structure, Distal,
Near the front of the body, Anterior (Ventral),
Near the back ofthe body, Posterior (Dorsal),
Pertaining to the outer wall of the body cavity, Parietal,
Pertaining to the cover of an organ, Visceral,
Lying horizontal with face downward, or denoting the hand with palms turned downward, Prone,
Lying on the back with the face upward, or denoting the postion of the hand or foot with the palm or foot facing upward, Supine,
Turning inward or inside out, Inversion,
Turning outward, Eversion,
Inside, Internal,
Outside, External,
Above, Superior,
Below, Inferior,
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