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Proximal, Anatomical

Summary Information: Proximal, Anatomical

Proximal, Anatomical: Proximal is an anatomical term that describes a position that is at or nearer a structure's attachment to the body. For example, the location of the carpal bones (wrist bones) is proximal to the metacarpal bones (hand bones).

Closely Related Organs: Proximal, Anatomical

The following organs are closely related to the organ: Proximal, Anatomical:

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