Emergency Sports Medicine Part 1

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test thursday 9/27

Anterior

in front or in the front part

Contralateral

pertaining or relating to the opposite side

Deep

beneath or below the surface

Distal

Situated away from the center or midline of the body

Dorsal

relating to back; posterior

Inferior

below in relation to another structure

ipsilateral

on the same side

lateral

on or to th side, farther from median

posterior

behind, in back, or in the rear

prone

the body laying face downward; stomach lying

proximal

nearest the trunk or the point of origin

superficial

near the surface

superior

above in relation to another structure

supine

lying on the back; face upward position of the body

ventral

relating to belly or abdomen

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