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Quiz one part 2

Direction Orientation

QuestionAnswer
Anterior/ front ventral
Posterior/back Dorsal
Superior Cranial/Cephalad torwards head
Inferior Caudal(tail)
Median the midline(may be used in respect to the whole body OR to a particular part...e.g., the median forearm or median digit)
Median and Medial are "NOT" the same.
Medial a relational term meaning "closer to the midline than something else"
Proximal a relational term meaning "closer to the origin than something else. My elbow is more proximal than my wrist.
Distal a relational term meaning "further from the origin than something else
Superficial closer to the surface or enviroment
External outside or an outer part
internal inner.
Ipsalateral on the same side
Parietal refers to "walls" wall of a body part, organ, or cavity
Viseral referes to "organs"
Created by: yaulanda