Definition of Arcuate. Meaning of Arcuate. Synonyms of Arcuate

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Definition of Arcuate

Arcuate
Arcuate Arc"u*ate, Arcuated Arc"u*a`ted(#), a. [L. arcuatus, p. p. of arcuare to shape like a bow, fr. arcus. See Arc.] Bent or curved in the form of a bow. ``Arcuate stalks.' --Gray.

Meaning of Arcuate from wikipedia

- Arcuate (Latin for "curved") can refer to: Arcuate delta, a type of river delta Arcuate fasciculus Arcuate line (disambiguation) Arcuate artery (disambiguation)...
- The arcuate ligament may refer to: Inferior pubic ligament (arcuate ligament of the pubis). Arcuate popliteal ligament. Arcuate ligaments of the diaphragm:...
- In medicine, the median arcuate ligament syndrome (MALS, also known as celiac artery compression syndrome, celiac axis syndrome, celiac trunk compression...
- The arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus (also known as ARH, ARC, or infundibular nucleus) is an aggregation of neurons in the mediobasal hypothalamus...
- The arcuate line of the abdomen, linea semicircularis or Douglas' line is a horizontal line that demarcates the lower limit of the posterior layer of...
- In anatomy, an arcuate line is any structure that is curvilinear. Arcuate line (anterior abdominal wall) Arcuate line (ilium)...
- Arcuate artery can refer to: Arcuate artery of the foot Arcuate arteries of the kidney Arcuate vessels of uterus...
- The arcuate fasciculus (Latin: curved bundle) is a bundle of axons that forms part of the superior longitudinal fasciculus, an ****ociation fiber tract...
- Arcuate fibers can refer to: Internal arcuate fibers Anterior external arcuate fibers Posterior external arcuate fibers...
- The arcuate uterus is a form of a uterine anomaly or variation where the uterine cavity displays a concave contour towards the fundus. Normally the uterine...
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