https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Anatomy/Terminology

... and the dorsum (back) of the hand corresponds to the dorsum (top) of the foot. From this, the term dorsiflexion means to flex upwards (true ... The position of the hand in anatomical position is considered supine ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hand

Anatomical terminology. [edit on Wikidata]. A hand is a prehensile, multi-fingered appendage located at the end of the forearm or forelimb ...

https://study.com/academy/lesson/anatomical-directional-terminology-limbs-hands-feet.html

In this lesson, you'll learn how we term the different sides of our feet and hands thanks to words like dorsal, plantar and palmar. You'll also...

https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1285060-overview

Jun 29, 2016 ... The anatomy of the hand is complex, intricate, and fascinating. ... and to the scaphoid and trapezium radially, forms the roof of the carpal tunnel. ... To avoid confusion, each digit is referred to by its name (thumb, index, long, ...

https://www.healthline.com/human-body-maps/hand

Mar 28, 2015 ... Hands are capable of a wide variety of functions, including gross and fine motor movements. Gross motor movements allow us to pick up large ...

https://www.flashcardmachine.com/anatomical-terms1.html

Aug 26, 2009 ... Specific anatomical terms for the given body part. Total Cards. 34. Subject. Anatomy. Level. Undergraduate 1 ... dorsum of hand ... top of foot ...

https://healthengine.com.au/info/hand

Sep 15, 2008 ... Anatomical terms describing movement; Bones of the hand ... phalanges – the distal (the bone on the tip of the finger), middle and proximal (the ...

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Study Anatomical Terminology - Hands and Feet / Motion Flashcards at ProProfs - Anatomical Terminology - Hands and ... top of the foot or back of the hand.

http://noelhenley.com/228/hand-surface-anatomy/

Aug 14, 2010 ... The two terms distal and proximal mean “towards the tip” and “towards the body”, respectively. You can apply this terminology to other parts of ...

http://ask.metafilter.com/58928/What-is-the-proper-anatomical-term-for-the-top-of-your-foot

This makes some sense in mechanical terms since when you are walking on all fours, the back the hand and top of the foot are folded and point ...