Intro to the Human Body Directional Terms, Planes, Quadrants, and Regions


Correct Anatomical Position. Standing Feet togetherArms at sidesHead and eyes forwardPalms facing forwardUsed when describing anatomical positions and locations. Directional Terms. Used to describe the anatomical position of a body part in relation to another. Directional Terms. Superior or cranial (cranial used with animals) toward the head end of the body; upper; above(example, the head is superior to the neck). Inferior or caudal (caudal used with animals) away from the head; lower; 33783

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Intro to the Human Body Directional Terms, Planes, Quadrants, and Regions

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