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Hemoglobin

Oxygen carrying molecule in red blood cells

Massage

Manual and scientific manipulation of the body's soft tissue for the purpose of establishing and maintaining health and promoting wellness

Hyperemia

Blood rush

Tendons

Connect muscle to bone

Ligaments

Connect bone to bone

Anatomy

Study of the structure and relationship between body parts

Physiology

Study of the function of body parts

Kinesiology

Study of movement

Ventral

Towards the belly

Dorsal

Towards the back

Lateral

Towards the flank or side (outwards)

Medial

Towards the medial or midline plane (inwards)

Superior

Towards the head, or up

Inferior

Towards the feet, or down

Rostral

Towards the muzzle

Plantar

With limbs: refers to the back of the hindlimb

Palmar

With limbs: refers to the back of the forelimb

Cranial

Towards the head

Caudal

Towards the rear

Anterior

In front of

Posterior

In back of

Proximal

Specific to limb: towards the trunk

Distal

Specific to limb: furthest away from body

External

Outside the body

Internal

Inside the body

Superficial

Towards the surface

Deep

Refers to beneath the surface

Median plane

Divides into symmetrical right and left halves

Sagittal plane

Parallel to median plane

Dorsal plane

Divides into symmetrical dorsal and ventral sections

Transverse plane

Transects any anatomical part perpendicular to its own long axis

Flexion

Decrease in the angle

Extension

Increase in the angle

Hyperextension

Extension beyond position

Abduction

Away from midline

Adduction

Towards the midline

Pronation

Palm down

Supination

Palm up

Eversion

Foot out

Inversion

Foot in

Dorsiflexion

Foot up

Plantar flexion

Foot down

Homeostasis

Constance and balance in the body

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