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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

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.
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Because all vertebrae and vertebrae whose anatomic form had changed were excluded from measurements, not all cases were analyzed, and the number of each level was not the same.
6 months Alpha (*) Bravo (**) Charlie (***) n n n Percussion 72 - - Sensitivity 72 - - Color match 70 2 - Marginal adaptation 69 3 1 Anatomic form 71 1 Surface roughness 72 - - Marginal discoloration 69 3 - Secondary caries 72 - - 12 months Alpha (*) Bravo (**) Charlie (***) n n n Percussion - - - Sensitivity - - - Color match 65 2 Marginal adaptation 65 2 5 Anatomic form 66 1 - Surface roughness 67 - - Marginal discoloration 64 3 - Secondary caries - - - (*) Restoration is continuous with existing anatomic form; explorer does not catch (**) Explorer catches; no crevice is visible into which explorer will penetrate (***) Restoration mobile, fractured, or missing
Impression procedure forms the basis of a successful Removable Partial Denture however, in distal extension bases the residual ridge must be recorded in functional form and the remaining natural teeth in an anatomic form. Zinc oxide eugenol impression paste is a material of choice for functional impression whilst irreversible hydrocolloid is suitable for an anatomic impression.