[an-uh-tom-i-kuh l or an-uh-tom-ik]
- of or relating to anatomy.
Origin of anatomical
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Examples from the Web for anatomic
Though the risks for the new oral cancer and its anatomic location have changed fundamentally, one epidemiologic fact has not.Michael Douglas Says Cunnilingus Caused His Oral Cancer. Really?!
June 3, 2013
Should thrombosis occur in this anatomic area, a patient might have headaches, dizziness, or even stroke-like symptoms.How Serious Is Hillary Clinton’s Blood Clot and Hospitalization?
December 31, 2012
Plus, the anatomic site of the infection is particularly hard to get at with antibiotics.Contamination Seen as Cause for New Meningitis Outbreak in Five States
October 4, 2012
I can mention but few of the names most eminent during this Anatomic Period, and but a short account of the life and work of each.An Epitome of the History of Medicine
It is the pyramidal bulk of human nature with its finest brain, true to anatomic principles, at the top.On the Vice of Novel Reading.
Young E. Allison
These anatomic and physiological facts may easily be observed in the chromacea, which are found everywhere.The Wonders of Life
The skin was covered with purple wales, crossing each other like the arteries in an anatomic plate!The Maroon
Unlike the artists of the anatomic school, she makes the model for herself—hence the perfect correspondence of its parts.The Wild Huntress
- of or relating to anatomy
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Word Origin and History for anatomic
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Concerned with anatomy.
- Concerned with dissection.
- Related to the structure of an organism.
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