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ventrolateral

 [ven″tro-lat´er-al]
both ventral and lateral; see also anterolateral.

ven·tro·lat·er·al

(ven'trō-lat'ĕ-răl),
Both ventral and lateral (that is, to the front and to the side).

ventrolateral

(vĕn′trō-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Both ventral and lateral; extending from a ventral to a lateral surface.

ven′tro·lat′er·al·ly adv.
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