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Anterior
The Front
Anteroposterior
From front to back
Caudad
Toward the feet
Cranial
Toward the head
Deep
Further into the body
Distal
Further from the beginning...the spot you choose as the beginning.
Dorsal
The back of you...I sleep on my dorsal side.
Horizontal
Parallel to the floor. A plane passing through the body thats parallel to the floor.
Inferior
Below something.
Inferolateral
Below and to one side.
Lateral
Toward the left or right side of the body. you cut straight through to have your head not attatched to your feet at all.
Medial
In the middle or inside.
Posterior
The back or behind.
Posteroanterior
From back to front
Pronation
Rotation of the forarm and hand so that the palm is down...same with the foot so that the sole is down.
Prone
With the front or ventral surface downward (lying face down)
Proximal
Toward the beggining of the starting point. You choose the starting point.
Sagittal
A vertical plane passing through the standing body from front to back. The mid-sagittal, or median plane, splits the body into left and right halves.
Superficial
On the surface or shallow.
Superior
Above something
Supination
Rotation of the forearm and hand so that the palm is upward (and the corresponding movement of the foot and leg).
Supine
With the back or dorsal surface downward (lying face up).
Transverse
A horizontal plane passing through the standing body parallel to the ground.
Ventral
Pertaining to the abdomen.
Vertical
Upright, as opposed to horizontal.