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dorsum

 [dor´sum] (pl. dor´sa) (L.)
1. the back; the posterior surface of the human body in the anatomical position.
2. the aspect of an anatomical structure or part corresponding in position to the back.
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dor·sa

(dōr'să),
Plural of dorsum.
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dorsa

(dôr′sə)
n.
Plural of dorsum.
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dorsa

A formal term referring to the dorsal surface of a particular region of the body.
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dor·sa

(dōr'să)
Plural of dorsum.
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