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Planes

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Transverse Plane plane dividing the body horizontally into upper and lower sections
Frontal Plane plane dividing the body verically into anterior and posterior sections
Coronal Plane plane dividing the head into anterior and posterior sections
Midsagittal Plane lengthwise plane dividing the body into two equal halves
Drectional Orientation refers to the particular new you see of a person,face or the back of the head
Directional Plane descrbes the way the body can be divided into parts for newing surface features or internale structures
Medial nearest to the middle of the body
Lateral furthest from the middle of the body
Superior (cranial) (cephalic) nearest to the head
Inferior (caudal) any part that is below another
Posterior (dorsal) towards the back
Anterior (ventral) looking directly at a persons face
Proximal any body part located near an attachment point
Distal specifically means any body part located far from an attachment point, hand is distal to shoulder
Sagittal Plane lengthwise plane dividing the body into right and left
Created by: 2040231