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anatomicalan‧a‧tom‧i‧cal /ˌænəˈtɒmɪkəl◂ $ -ˈtɑː-/ adjective  HBHBODYrelating to the structure of human or animal bodies an anatomical examinationanatomically /-kli/ adverb
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anatomicalThis was done by using the pylorus and the anatomical antrum-corpus boundary as reference points.Similarly, Fisher and Langley use anatomical data to classify phyla.All the veins were visible, like an anatomical diagram with a celluloid overlay.Show us your, uh, dominant anatomical feature.His primary insight being anatomical, Kuypers was concerned with increasingly powerful ways of tracing fibre connections.Histological findings were related to these anatomical landmarks.an anatomical modelThe publication ends with a handy index of notes enabling quick location of the anatomical point required.McMullen's 18-page catalog teems with exotic-sounding product names that cover the anatomical waterfront.
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