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 […]Read More →
Anatomical planes. The main planes of the body are illustrated: median and sagittal (A) , frontal or coronal (B, C) , and transverse (axial) (C) . Head, gaze (eyes), and toes directed anteriorly (forward). Arms adjacent to the sides with the palms facing anteriorly. Lower limbs close together with the feet parallel. This position is adopted globally for anatomicomedical descriptions. By using […]Read More →
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