If your doctor starts talking about something being ‘anterior’, all they mean is it’s at the front.
Blood vessels can also be described as ‘anterior’ for example, the anterior cerebral artery supplies oxygenated blood to the frontal lobes of the brain. ‘Anterior’ can also be used to refer to the location within a part of the body, for example a common knee injury is a tear to the anterior cruciate ligament.
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