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Superior, Anatomical

Summary Information: Superior, Anatomical

Superior, Anatomical: Superior is an anatomical term that means a particular structure or area of the body is located more toward the head or upper body than another structure or area. For example the heart is superior to the intestines.

Closely Related Organs: Superior, Anatomical

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