anatomical position n.
The erect position of the body with the face directed forward, the arms at the side, and the palms of the hands facing forward, used as a reference in describing the relation of body parts to one another.
Each bone offered some special features dependent on its structural character and anatomical position.
According to the anatomical position, I believe that they do; yes.
The upper end of the lower radial fragment, shown as overlying the ulna, is inclined forward in the anatomical position.