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anatomical

 [an″ah-tom´ĭ-k'l]
pertaining to anatomy or to the structure of the organism.

an·a·tom·ic

(an'ă-tom'ik),
1. Relating to anatomy.
2. Synonym(s): structural
3. Denoting a strictly morphological feature distinct from its physiologic or surgical considerations, for example, anatomic neck of humerus, anatomic dead space, anatomic lobulation of the liver.

anatomic

/ana·tom·ic/ (an″ah-tom´ik) anatomical.

anatomic.

anatomic

adjective Referring to anatomy or to a body structure.

an·a·tom·ic

, anatomical (an-ă-tomik, -i-kăl)
1. Relating to anatomy.
2. Synonym(s): structural.
3. Denoting a strictly morphologic feature distinct from its physiologic or surgical considerations, e.g., anatomic neck of humerus, anatomic dead space, anatomic lobulation of the liver.

Anatomic

Related to the physical structure of an organ or organism.
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an·a·tom·ic

, anatomical (an-ă-tomik, -i-kăl)
1. Relating to anatomy.
2. Synonym(s): structural.
3. Denoting a strictly morphologic feature distinct from its physiologic or surgical considerations, e.g., anatomic neck of humerus, anatomic dead space, anatomic lobulation of the liver.

anatomic (anətom´ik),

adj pertaining to the anatomy of a structure.
anatomic dead space,
n the actual capacity of the respiratory passages that extend from the nostrils to and including the terminal bronchioles.
anatomic form,
anatomic height of contour,
anatomic impression,
anatomic landmark,
n See landmark, anatomic.
anatomic teeth,

anatomic, anatomical

pertaining to anatomy, or to the structure of the body.

anatomic dead space (respiratory)
the space in the air passages, oral to the parenchymatous lung tissue, where no respiratory exchange takes place.
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