anatomic

[ US /ˌænəˈtɑmɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to the structure of the body
    anatomical features
  2. of or relating to the branch of morphology that studies the structure of organisms
    anatomical research
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How To Use anatomic In A Sentence

  • I think this study proves the difference between popular science and biological or anatomical science, " said Gedis Grudzinskas, consultant gynaecologist at London Bridge hospital.
  • New anatomical features usually arise from modification of an existing structure.
  • An organism is considered metameric when its body is mostly formed of serially repeated anatomical units called metameres.
  • A butcher stands in the tail of his pigboat like a Venetian gondolier; a pig's head is nailed to the prow, the rest of the carcass laid out in the anatomically correct order down the length of the boat. "Unidentified Objects" by James P. Blaylock
  • Objective:To provide anatomical data for imaging diagnosis of the pterygopalatine space disease.
  • in anatomical structure prehistoric man shows close affinity with modern humans
  • Public dissections were popular in the 16th century, with anatomical theatres open to audiences all over Europe.
  • Objective : To provide anatomic data for lower lumbar spine interbody fusion extreme lateral approach ( XLIF ).
  • Consideration is given first to the anatomic arrangement of the nervous and skeletal muscle systems involved in this activity.
  • Deep brain stimulation requires placement of electrodes at specific neuroanatomical sites.
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