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(General Biology)What does lateral mean?

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    Lateral is actually an anatomical direction.

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    lateral= outer or outside

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    simply means side

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    Of, relating to, or situated at or on the side.

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    situated at the side

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    lateral is the outer most side of your body whereas medial is the inner most side of your body. take for example your left leg. the lateral part of your left leg is the outermost part. whereas, the medial part of your left leg is the inner part aka the side that nearly touches your right leg.

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