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  • The two also differ in other anatomical details, such as the location and size of various body parts.
  • Other anatomical terms are also used to describe the location of bones.
  • Like other anatomical terms, many of these derive from Latin and Greek.
  • In contrast, other anatomical details are neglected or absent, especially arms and feet.
  • A number of other anatomical landmarks are also used to describe the location of organs.
  • Insect flight is considerably different, due to their small size, rigid wings, and other anatomical differences.
  • Several other anatomical structures are named after Vieussens, however they have largely been replaced by clinical nomenclature.
  • The physical exam may also include special tests designed to test the ligaments of the knee and other anatomical structures.
  • It is most commonly isolated from oral cavities, and is also occasionally found in other anatomical sites.
  • It is notable for having over 90 teeth, but its other anatomical details are difficult to discern.
  • Some eye banks also distribute other anatomical gifts.
  • However, other anatomical features, especially the head-width ratios, separate it from the Yunnanolepiformids.
  • He was not a bit malicious, possessing a stomach whose equilibrium could not conceive any other anatomical condition. Cited from The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary, by Anne Warner
  • The depiction of muscles and other anatomical detail clearly illustrates the development of the style.
  • An excess of all other anatomical anomalies, except cleft palate, is reported among males. Cited from Sex and Society, by William I. Thomas
  • It can be distinguished from co-occurring relatives by its longer dorsal fin lobe, as well as a host of other anatomical features.
  • Australodocus itself is based on two neck vertebrae, which are less elongate than those of other diplodocids and differ in other anatomical details.
  • Other anatomical factors that may have significance include os acromiale and acromial spurs.
  • Details, weapon sizes, hands, heads and other anatomical proportions are much closer to actual human proportions than it would be on other tabletop wargames.
  • An ectopic pancreas is where pancreatic tissue has grown outside its normal location and without vascular or other anatomical connections to the pancreas.
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