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The ulna is medial to the radius. Lateral (LAT-er-al) Farther from the midline. The lungs are lateral to the heart. Intermediate (inЈ-ter-ME¯-de¯-at) Between two structures. The transverse colon is intermediate to the ascending colon and descending colon. Ipsilateral (ip-si-LAT-er-al) On the same side of the body’s midline as another structure. The gallbladder and ascending colon are ipsilateral. Contralateral (CON-tra-lat-er-al) On the opposite side of the body’s midline from another structure.
The heart is superior to the liver. Cranial (KRA¯ N-e¯-al) or cephalic (se-FAL-ik) Relating to the skull or head; toward the head. ) The stomach is more cranial than the urinary bladder. Inferior (inЈ-FE¯R-e¯-or) Below or lower in position; toward the feet. ) The stomach is inferior to the lungs. Rostral (ROSЈ-tral) Relating to the nose and mouth region; toward the face. 12b). Caudal (KAWD-al) Relating to the tail; at or near the tail or posterior part of the body. 15a). Anterior (an-TE¯R-e¯-or) Nearer to or at the front of the body.
The stomach is inferior to the lungs. Rostral (ROSЈ-tral) Relating to the nose and mouth region; toward the face. 12b). Caudal (KAWD-al) Relating to the tail; at or near the tail or posterior part of the body. 15a). Anterior (an-TE¯R-e¯-or) Nearer to or at the front of the body. The sternum (breastbone) is anterior to the heart. Posterior (pos-TE¯R-e¯-or) Nearer to or at the back of the body. The esophagus (food tube) is posterior to the trachea (windpipe). Ventral (VEN-tral) Relating to the belly side of the body; toward the belly.