Chapter 1: Anatomia generalis - General anatomy

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The are non-physical entities like directions or movements, that are largely used as modifiers of anatomical terms.

The are physical material entities (except the cavities) that are externally visible and that generally are not to be reported to any specific anatomical system.
The thoracic cavity is further described in chapter 7.
The abdominopelvic cavity is further described in chapter 10.

The are non-physical entities of common standard use to describe the human body.

The are physical immaterial entities that partition the surface of the human body.

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