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JB Anatomy & Phys

relative positions and body planes and cavities

QuestionAnswer
superior above
inferior below
anterior (ventral) front
posterior (dorsal) back
medial nearer the middle
lateral to the side
proximal nearest to the point of origin
distal farthest from the point of origin
superficial near the surface
deep farther away from the surface
visceral internal
parietal wall
Sagittal (vertical) divides the body into right and left
transverse (horizontal divides the body into superior and inferior
frontal (coronal) vertical plane that divides teh body into anterior and posterior
dorsal cavities cranial and vetebral
ventral cavities thoracic (chest) and abdominopelvic
quadrants of the abdomen RUQ, LUQ, RLQ and LLQ
regions of the abdomen right and left hypochondriac right and left iliac, right and left lumbar, umbilical, epigastric, and hypogastric
Created by: schxoxo