anatomical terms

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  • For a full discussion of those terms, see anatomical terms of location.
  • Motion, the process of movement, is described using specific anatomical terms.
  • Here are a list of anatomical terms with their associated links that are used in this article.
  • Other anatomical terms are also used to describe the location of bones.
  • Unlike many words used to describe anatomical terms, the word ridge is derived from Old English.
  • Elevation, is an anatomical term of motion for movement in a superior direction.
  • Like other anatomical terms, many of these derive from Latin and Greek.
  • Many anatomical terms derive from Latin terms with the same meaning.
  • Depression, in an anatomical term of motion for movement in an inferior direction.
  • Anatomical terms used to describe location are based on a body positioned in what is called the standard anatomical position.
  • Using anatomical terms of location, the dorsal side is up, and the ventral side is down.
  • Standard anatomical terms of location deal unambiguously with the anatomy of animals, including humans.
  • Thus, crown and root can be used as anatomical terms, defining the actual parts of a tooth.
  • For humans, one type of vertebrate, anatomical terms may differ from other forms of vertebrates.
  • This set of terms provides orientation within the oral cavity, much as anatomical terms of location provide orientation throughout the body.
  • Many anatomical terms can be combined, either to indicate a position in two axes simultaneously or to indicate the direction of a movement relative to the body.
  • He also published a guide to Goshute animal and anatomical terms as well as a list of plant names and uses of the Ute people.
  • In the study of anatomy, anatomists use a number of anatomical terms to describe the appearance, shape and function of bones.
  • It is not a currently defined term in Terminologia Anatomica, though it has been used as a formal anatomical term in the past.
  • We cannot say in anatomical terms, but from a psychological standpoint the function of inhibition, delayed in its appearance, finally comes on the scene. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
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