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Basic anatomical terms

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      • [...] is a movement where the joint angle gets larger.
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      • If something is [...] , it is on a limb away from the trunk.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the head.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the surface of the skin.
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      • If something is [...] , it is within a body cavity.
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      • If something is [...] , it is on the same side.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the front of the body.
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      • If something is [...] , it is on a limb toward the trunk.
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      • [...] is a movement toward the median plane.
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      • The [...] plane is a horizontal plane dividing the body into upper and lower parts.
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      • [...] is a movement of the lower arm toward the arm lying palm up.
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      • The [...] plane is a vertical plane dividing the body into right and left sides.
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      • [...] is rotation of the foot so that it turns out.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the interior of the body.
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      • If something is [...] , it is away from the median plane.
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      • If something is [...] , it is on the opposite side.
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      • [...] is a movement away from the median plane.
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      • [...] is a movement of the lower arm toward the arm lying palm down.
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      • [...] is rotation of the foot so that it turns in.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the median plane.
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      • If something is [...] , it is outside a body cavity.
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      • The [...] plane is a vertical plane dividing the body into front and back parts.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the back of the body.
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      • [...] is a movement where the joint angle gets smaller.
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      • If something is [...] , it is toward the soles of the feet.
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Mbbs1, Phase1, LX, 0013

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