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anatomical term.

locaton terms

QuestionAnswer
Sagital front to back (lateral view)
Frontal or coronal ear to ear (a to p view)
transverse or cross horizontal (cross section)
Superior above
inferior below
antferior front
posterior back
Cranial head
caudal tail
dorsal back
ventral belly
proximal closer to attachment
distal distant from attachment
medial toward midline
lateral away from midline
ipsilateral same side
contralateral opposite side
bilateral both sides
supine face up
prone face down
abdominal (right side) epigastricumbilical or gastrichypogastric
abdominal (left side) HypochondriaclumbarIliac
anatomical position palms forward ( cross)
serous membrane lines cavities
parietal lines body wall
Visceral lines organs (guts)
serious fluid viscera lubricant
cranial cavity brain
spinal cavity spinal cord
pleural cavity lungs
pericardium heart
abdominal cavity abdominal organs (liver-largest)
pelvic cavity bladder, rectum
quadrants UR ULLR LL
Created by: byorgey