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Terms Of Movement 02
Terms Of Movement 02

Flexion and extension movements generally occur in sagittal planes around a transverse axis. Flexion indicates bending or decreasing the angle between the bones or parts of the body. For joints above the knee, flexion involves movement in an anterior direction. Extension indicates straightening or increasing the angle between the bones or parts of the body. Extension usually occurs in […]

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Terms Of Movement 01
Terms Of Movement 01

Flexion and extension movements generally occur in sagittal planes around a transverse axis. Flexion indicates bending or decreasing the angle between the bones or parts of the body. For joints above the knee, flexion involves movement in an anterior direction. Extension indicates straightening or increasing the angle between the bones or parts of the body. Extension usually occurs in […]

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Sections Of The Limbs
Sections Of The Limbs

Longitudinal sections run lengthwise or parallel to the long axis of the body or of any of its parts, and the term applies regardless of the position of the body. Although median, sagittal, and frontal planes are the standard (most commonly used) longitudinal sections, there is a 180° range of possible longitudinal sections. Transverse sections , or […]

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Terms Of Relationship And Comparison of Human anatomy
Terms Of Relationship And Comparison of Human anatomy

Superior refers to a structure that is nearer the vertex , the topmost point of the cranium (Mediev. L., skull). Cranial relates to the cranium and is a useful directional term, meaning toward the head or cranium. Inferior refers to a structure that is situated nearer the sole of the foot. Caudal (L. cauda , tail) is a useful directional term that means toward the feet […]

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