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Posterior Rami of the Spinal Nerves 687 Lateral Plantar Nerve
Morphology of the Limb-plexuses. 741
Morphology of the Cervical Plexus 700 Cervical Part of Sympathetic Trunk 756
Coronary Sinus and Veins of Heart
Professor ARTHUR ROBINSOX.
MORPHOLOGY OF THE VASCULAR System 1042 The Branches of the Aorta
Relations and Connexions of
of the Esophagus, Stomach, and
THE MALE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS 1286 Larger Vestibular Glands
Ductless Glands of Entodermal Origin 1347 1 Vascular System
TERMS INDICATING SITUATION AND DIRECTION.
Referring to the long axis of the body. sReferring to the position of the long axis of the body in the
erect posture. Referring to the front and back of the body or the limbs. Referring to the anterior and posterior aspects, respectively, of
the body, and to the flexor and extensor aspects of the
limbs, respectively. Referring to position nearer the head or the tail end of the long
axis. Used only in reference to parts of the head, neck,
or trunk. Cephalic is sometimes used instead of cranial. Į Used in reference to the head, neck, and trunk. Equivalent to
cranial and caudal respectively. | Used only in reference to the limbs. Proximal, nearer the
attached end. Distal, nearer the free end. Used in reference to planes parallel with the sagittal suture of
the skull, i.e. vertical antero-posterior planes. Used in reference to planes parallel with the coronal suture of
the skull, i.e. vertical transverse planes. Used in reference to planes at right angles to vertical planes. s Referring to the median vertical antero-posterior plane of the
body. sReferring to structures relatively nearer to or further away from
the median plane. Referring to structures situated between more medial and more
lateral structures. Referring to structures nearer to and further away from the
surface. Referring, with few exceptions, to the walls of cavities and hollow organs.
Not to be used as synonymous with medial and lateral. Used in reference to the medial and lateral borders, respectively,
of the forearm and hand. Used in reference to the medial and lateral borders, respectively, of the leg and foot.