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fun·da·ment

(fŭn'dă-ment),
1. A foundation.
2. The anus.
[L. fundamentum, foundation, fr. fundus, bottom]
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fundament

An antiquated term for:
(1) Anus;
(2) Buttocks.
 
It is not used in the working medical parlance.
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fundament

(fŭn′dă-mĕnt) [L. fundamentum]
1. A foundation.
2. The anus.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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