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Lesson 1.1

Identity: Human - Key Terms - Biomed

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Terms used to explain where one body structure is in relation to another. Directional Terms
Situated at or toward the hind part of the body. Posterior
Situated next to or near the point of attachment or origin or a central point. Proximal
Pertaining to the anterior or front side of the body; opposite of dorsal. Ventral
Anatomical terms that refer to specific visible landmarks on the surface of the body Regional Terms
Being or located near, on, or toward the back or posterior of the human body Dorsal
Situated toward the front of the body. Anterior
Situated below and closer to the feet than another and especially another similar part of an upright body especially of a human being. Interior
Of or relating to, or located near the surface. Superficial
The distinguishing character or personality of an individual. Identity
Situated away from the point of attachment or origin or a central point; located away from the center of the body. Distal
Situated toward the head and further away from the feet than another and especially another similar part of an upright body especially from a human being. Superior
Lying or extending in the middle; especially of a body part. Medial
A group of body organs or structures that together perform one or more vital functions. System
Away from the body surface; more internal. Deep
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