Medical Terminology Test 1 Chapters 1-5

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What term means situated nearest the middline or beginning of a body structure.

And what is the opposite of that term


EXAMPLES: The proximal end of the humorous forms part of the shoulder.

Proximal is the opposite of DISTAL

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Medical Terminology Test 1 Chapters 1 5
Medical Terminology Test 1 Chapters 1-5
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