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Which of the following is the term that means away from the center of the body.
Peripheral
Anterior
Medial
Proximal
Peripheral
Which of the following is the term that means a group of similar types of cells?
Tissue
Organism
Atom
Organelle
Tissue
Which of the following is the term that means a collection of integrated systems?
Organ
Tissue
Molecule
Organism
Organism
Which of the following is the term that means toward or on the surface of the body?
Anterior
Posterior
Deep
Superficial
Superficial
Which of the following is the term that means away from the midline?
Medial
Lateral
Distal
Proximal
Lateral
The opposite of inferior is superior.

True
False
True
Proximal means a part of an extremity farther away from the trunk.

True
False
False
Superificial means away from the surface of the body.

True
False
False
Anatomical position has the subject standing erect with the face forward.

True
False
True
Torso means the same as thorax.

True
False
False
Anterior means located on or toward the front side.

True
False
True
The opposite of central is peripheral.

True
False
True
Superior means a part of an extremity more toward the trunk.

True
False
False
Lateral means toward the midline.

True
False
False
Posterior means located on or toward the back side.

True
False
True
Low back region
Lumbar
Upper arm region
Brachial
Buttock region
Gluteal
Back of head region.
Occipital
Thigh region
Femoral
Forehead region
Frontal
Back of the knee region
Popliteal
Neck region
Cervical
Wrist region
Carpal
Armpit region
Axillary