Body structure

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Anterior
Anteropsterior
Inferior
Scan
Addiction
Abduction
Superior
Cephalic
Cranial
Ventral
Posterior
Dorsal
Medial
Lateral
External
Internal
Deep
Superficial
Proximal
Distal
Parietal
Visceral
Sagittal plane (median) Splits the body into right and left halves
Frontal plane (coronal) Splits the body into anterior and posterior halves
Horizontal plane (transverse) Splits the body into superior and inferior planes
Knee-chest position
Lithotomy position
Dorsal recumbent position
Sims position
Prone position
Fowler position
Supine position
Trendelenburg position
Anatomical position
Abdomin
Caud
Cephal
Crani
Cervic
Ili
Inguin
Lumb
Pelv
Spin
Thorac
Umbilic
Anter
Dist
Dors
Infer
Later
Medi
Poster
Proxim
Super
Ventr
Cyt
Hist
Nucle
Radi
Ad
Al
Algia
Dynia
Gen
Genesis
Logist
Logy
Lysis
Meter
Plasia
Toxic
Bi
Epi
Infra
Trans
Adhesion
Inflammation
Sepsis
Endoscopy
Fluoroscopy
Magnetic resonance imaging
Nuclear scan
Radiography
Toward the front of the body
Pertaining/passing from the front to the back of the body
Below
Process of using a moving device or sweeping beam of radiation to produce images of an internal area, organ, or tissue of the body
Movement toward the midline of the body
Movement away from the midline of the body.
Above
Head
Skull
Belly side (front)
Back aspect of the body
Back aspect
Middle, toward the midline
To the side
Outside
Inside
Away from the surface
Toward the surface
Closer to, near the point of reference
Further from, farther from the point of reference
Pertaining to the outer wall of a cavity
Pertaining to organs within the cavity
Abdomen
Tail
Head
Cranium; skull
Neck; cervix (neck of the cervix)
Flaring portion of the hip bone (ilium)
Groin
Lions
Pelvis
Spine
Chest
Umbilicus navel
Anterior
Far, farthest
Back (of the body)
Lower, below
Side, to one side
Middle
Back (of the body) behind, posterior
Near, nearest
Upper, above
Belly, belly side
Cell
Tissue
Nucleus
Radiation
Toward
Pertaining to
Pain
Pain
Forming, producing, origin
Forming, producing, origin
Specialist in the study of
Study of
Separation, loosening, destruction
Insurment used to measure
Formation, growth
Poison
Two
Above, on
Below, under
Across, through
Band of scar tissue binding anatomical surface that are normally separated from each other
Protective response of body tissues to irritation
Bodya??s inflammatory response to infection in which there is a fever, elevated heart rates and respiratory rates, along with low blood pressure.
Visual examination of the interior organs and cavities
Radiographic procedure that uses a fluorescent screen to produce a visual image from x-rays that pass through the patient
Radiographic technique that use electromagnetic energy to produce multiplanar cross-sectional images of the body
Diagnostic technique that produces an image of an organ or an area by recording the concentration of a radiopharmaceutical substance.
Production of a captured shadow images on photographic film through the action of ionizing radiation passing through the body from an external sources

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