anatomical

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  • There are also a large range of anatomical models that help to round out this collection.
  • There are also a large number of related anatomical studies of horses.
  • In a number of women anatomical issues prevent the baby from being carried to term.
  • This is a list of human anatomical parts named after people.
  • In his later years he did some work in anthropology which was less successful than his anatomical work.
  • The data set is organized by species, anatomical element, period, and site type.
  • He became the director of the Anatomical Institute and stayed there until his death.
  • They share few anatomical features but many are partly or entirely African in their distribution.
  • This anatomical structure is found in a wide variety of animals.
  • Motion, the process of movement, is described using specific anatomical terms.
  • The available evidence points towards no one anatomical area solely devoted to processing language.
  • The cat has no unique anatomical feature that is clearly responsible for the sound.
  • The first level of the code indicates the anatomical main group and consists of one letter.
  • After that, the building hosted an anatomical theatre, library and other university facilities for half a century.
  • In standard anatomical position, the human body is standing erect and at rest.
  • Since this anatomical part is too small in many women, this piercing is not very common.
  • Their importance is in relation to their anatomical position and tendency to grow over time.
  • However, only in recent centuries have anatomical vestiges become a subject of serious study.
  • The animal must have fossilized soon after its death, because all bones lay in their natural anatomical position.
  • Other anatomical terms are also used to describe the location of bones.
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Words starting with anatomical

Synonyms of anatomical