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refers to forard or font part of the body
anterior
refers to back part of a body or organ
posterior
refers to parts away from the head of the body
caudad
refers to parts toward the head of the body
cephalad
refers to nearer the head or situated above
superior
refers to nearer the feet or situated below
inferior
refers to midarea or main part of and organ
central
refers to parts at or near the surface, edge, or ouside of another body part
peripheral
refers to parts toward the median plane of the body or toward the middle of another body part
medial
refers to parts away from the median plane of the body or away from the middle of a body part
lateral
refers to parts near the skin or surface
superficial
refers to parts far from the surface
deep
refers to parts fathest from the point of attachment, point of reference, origin, or beginning; toward the center of the body
proximal
refers to parts outside an organ or on the outside of the body
external
refers to parts within or on the inside of an organ
internal
refers to the wall or lining of a body cavity
parietal
refers to the covering of an organ
visceral
refers to a part or parts on the same side of the body
ipsilateral
refers to a part or parts on the opposite side of the body
contralateral
refers to the palm of the hand
palmar