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Pronation

Supination
prone= lying face down

supine= lying on back

(these terms usually apply to the position of the palms and feet)
abdomin(o)

acr(0)

cephal(o)
abdomen

extremities (arms and legs)

head
crani(o)

dactyl(o)

encephal(o)
head

finger or toe

brain
herni(o)

omphal(o), umbilic(o)

pelv(i)
hernia

umbilicus (naval)

pelvis
periton(o)

pod(o)

som(a), somat(o)
peritoneum

foot

body
spin(o)

thorac(o)

viscer(o)
spine

thorax (chest)

viscera (large abdominal organs)
dactylogram

podogram
record of a fingerprint

footprint
pyrexia

febrile

antipyretic, antifebrile, antipyretic
fever

fever

effective against fever
pyrogen

hyperpyrexia
substance that produces fever

high body temp
Dysplasia

Anotia

hypoplasia
the abnormal development of tissues or organ

without ears

underdevelopment of an organ or tissue
Hyperplasia

Hypertrophy
abnormal increase in development

an increase in the size of an organ caused by an increase in the number of cells
Anaplasia
upward, excessive development (characteristic of malignancy)
Omphalus
umbilicus
Frontal Plane

Midsagittal Plane

Transverse Plane
front and back portions

upper and lower portions

left and right equal halves
anter(o), anterior

poster(o), posterior

ventr(o), ventral
nearer to or toward the front

nearer to or toward the back

belly side
dors(o), dorsal

medi(o), medial

later(o), lateral
directed toward the back side

middle or nearer middle

farther from the midline
super(o), superior

infer(o), inferior

proxim(o), proximal
uppermost or above

lowermost or below

nearer the origin or point of attachment
dist(o), tel(e), distal

caud(o), caudal

cephal(o), cephalad
far or distant from the point of origin

in an inferior position

toward the head