Some articles on anterior:
... facial middle temporal (zygomatico-orbital) anterior auricular frontal parietal maxillary 1st part / mandibular anterior tympanic deep auricular middle ...
... The anterior ligament of the head of the fibula (anterior superior ligament) consists of two or three broad and flat bands, which pass obliquely upward from the front ... acetabular acetabular labrum capsule zona orbicularis Knee-joint Tibiofemoral Capsule Anterior meniscofemoral ligament Posterior meniscofemoral ligament ...
... A lower anterior resection, formally known as anterior resection of the rectum and anterior excision of the rectum or simply anterior resection (less precise), is a ...
... The superficial anterior cervical lymph nodes are found in proximity to the anterior jugular vein ... Parotid Superficial Deep (Preauricular Infra-auricular Intraglandular) Anterior Facial (Buccinator Nasolabial) Mandibular Submandibular Submental (Urumova's node) Neck/Cervical Superficial cervical Superficial ...
... The vertex is the area of the vault bounded anteriorly by the anterior fontanelle and the coronal suture, posteriorly by the posterior fontanelle and the lambdoid suture and ... In the vertex presentation the occiput typically is anterior and thus in an optimal position to negotiate the pelvic curve by extending the head ... of the occiput, it being right, left, or transverse, and anterior or posterior Left Occipito-Anterior (LOA), Left Occipito-Posterior (LOP), Left Occipito-Transverse (LOT ...
More definitions of "anterior":
- (adj): Earlier in time.
- (noun): A tooth situated at the front of the mouth.
Synonyms: front tooth
Famous quotes containing the word anterior:
“I find it more credible, since it is anterior information, that one man should know heaven, as the Chinese say, than that so many men should know the world.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“But now moments surround us
Like a crowd, some inquisitive faces, some hostile ones,
Some enigmatic or turned away to an anterior form of time
Given once and for all. The jetstream inscribes a final flourish
That melts as it stays.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)