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    AVS 350L Fall 2006 Topographical Anatomy
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    Introduction In order to effectively communicate in the  scientific community, the body has been  divided into planes: Median Saggital Transverse Dorsal
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    Saggital plane
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    Transverse plane
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    Dorsal plane
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    Dorsal Ventral Cranial Cadual Rostral
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Unformatted text preview: Medial Lateral Direction of View Dorsal Ventral Cranial Cadual Additional Terminology Superficial Deep Internal External Proximal Distal Palmar Plantar Overview of Anatomical Terms Basic Anatomy (Horse)...
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