anatomical variation

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  • Veins often display a lot of anatomical variation compared with arteries within a species and between species.
  • Individuals may have more or fewer bones than this owing to anatomical variations.
  • The little tunny has some anatomical variations when compared to other species of Euthynnus.
  • In its normal state, there is anatomical variation in the length of the vagina of a woman of child-bearing age.
  • No one can say where anatomical variations end and tumours begin, nor where modification of function, which may at first promote health, passes into disease. Cited from Science & Education, by Thomas H. Huxley
  • This is very useful in showing detailed views of moving organs or structures with higher anatomical variation, which is more common outside the brain.
  • The anatomical variations are more striking because they can be demonstrated by weight and measure, but the functional variations are equally numerous. Cited from Disease and Its Causes, by William Thomas Councilman
  • The arcuate foramen is a common anatomical variation more frequently seen in females.
  • The term anatomical variation is used to refer to a difference in anatomical structures that is not regarded as a disease.
  • Several anatomical variations exist, relating to the embryological development of the two buds of the pancreas.
  • In human anatomy, the term anatomical variation refers to a non-pathologic anatomic structure that is different from the norm.
  • It is a common anatomical variation and estimated to occur in approximately 3-15% of the population.
  • Male extermal catheters come in several sizes and lengths to accommodate anatomical variation.
  • The Christina piercing is a surface piercing; it has a high rejection rate, and is not possible for all women due to anatomical variation.
  • The syndrome may be due to anatomical variations in the muscle-nerve relationship, or from overuse or strain.
  • This is known as a tracheal bronchus, and seen as an anatomical variation.
  • Different anatomical variations of the sciatic nerve have an effect on piriformis syndrome.
  • The flexor digiti minimi longus, however, is not found in the typical human, but instead is a rare anatomical variation.
  • Additionally, anatomical variations between the acquisition of the pre-operatively CT image and surgery are not accounted for.
  • Anatomical variation is unlike congenital anomalies, which are considered a disorder.