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Anatomical orientation planes. Computer artwork of a human body, showing the three different orientation planes (green) used as a reference in anatomy. These are: the sagittal plane, which divides the body into left and right (sinister and dexter) portions; the coronal (or frontal) plane, which divides the body into back and front (dorsal and ventral, or posterior and anterior) portions; and the transverse (or axial) plane, which divides the body into head and tail (cranial and caudal) portions.
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