Definition of Anatomically. Meaning of Anatomically. Synonyms of Anatomically

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Definition of Anatomically

Anatomically
Anatomically An`a*tom"ic*al*ly, adv. In an anatomical manner; by means of dissection.

Meaning of Anatomically from wikipedia

- to the comparison of anatomical structures (both gross and microscopic) in different animals. Artistic anatomy relates to anatomic studies of body proportions...
- (EMH), or anatomically modern human (AMH), are terms used to distinguish Homo sapiens (the only extant Hominina species) that are anatomically consistent...
- Anatomical terminology is a form of scientific terminology used by anatomists, zoologists, and health professionals such as doctors, physicians, and pharmacists...
- the "anterior" or "posterior" surface – . The term "anterior", while anatomically correct, can be confusing when describing the palm of the hand; Similarly...
- The anatomical snuff box or snuffbox or foveola radialis is a triangular deepening on the radial, dorsal aspect of the hand—at the level of the carpal...
- An anatomical plane is a hypothetical plane used to transect the body, in order to describe the location of structures or the direction of movements. In...
- An anatomical variation, anatomical variant, or anatomical variability is a presentation of body structure with morphological features different from...
- An anatomically correct doll or anatomically precise doll is a doll that depicts some of the primary and secondary **** characteristics of a human for...
- Anatomical pathology (Commonwealth) or anatomic pathology (U.S.) is a medical specialty that is concerned with the diagnosis of disease based on the macroscopic...
- An anatomical theatre (Latin: Theatrum Anatomi****) was a specialised building or room, resembling a theatre, used in teaching anatomy at early modern universities...