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Anatomical position

Anatomical position

The erect position of the body with the face directed forward (skull aligned in orbitomeatal or frankfort plane); the arms at the side and the palms of the hands directed forward; the terms posterior, anterior, lateral, medial, etc., are applied to the parts as they stand related to each other and to the axis of the body when in this position.


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simple dear , anterior that part which in front and posterior that part which is backward

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