Fill in the blank. The knee is located _________ to the hip.


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The knee is located _____ to the hip.

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Anatomical directional terminology is useful to identify the position of two body parts to each other in a reference plane or axis. For example, superior/inferior describe above or below in the vertical axis while medial/lateral describe closer to the midline of the body or further to the side in the sagittal plane.

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The knee is located inferior to the hip. This is because inferior means below which the knee is compared to the hip in the vertical axis. The knee is...

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What does anterior mean in anatomy and what does posterior mean in anatomy? Learn the anterior and posterior definitions in anatomy and their differences.

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