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Directional Terms, Planes, Cavities

WordDefinition
Primitive Cat
Anatomical You
Two # of Structures To Direct
Dorsal/Posterior Back
Ventral/Anterior Front
Cranial/Superior Above
Caudal/Inferior Below
Medial Toward mid line
Lateral Away from mid line
Proximal Close Attachment
Distal Distant Attachment
Superficial Towards Surface
Deep More Internal
Intermediate In Between Medial and Lateral
LS Sagittal Divides Left and Right
LS Frontal-coronal Divides Anterior and Posterior
XS Transverse Divides Superior and Inferior
Oblique Cuts Made Diagonally
2 Major Body Cavities Dorsal and Ventral
Dorsal Subdivisions Cranial and Vertebral
Ventral Subdivisons Thoraic and Abdominopelvic

Created by: schell912