The pupils were inspected and seemed to be bilaterally dilated and fixed.
It is bilaterally symmetrical and the reverse and obverse are alike.
This archetypal mollusc of Huxley's was a creature with a bilaterally symmetrical head and body.
At first they are bilaterally symmetrical, their radial symmetry being acquired later.
The Centroplana (or bilaterals) are divided into amphipleura (or bilaterally radial) and zygopleura (or bilaterally symmetrical).
The cross-bands are slightly constricted in the mid-line and may or may not be bilaterally symmetrical.
The head and most of the figure are bilaterally symmetrical.
The base is notched, in such a way that the object is bilaterally symmetrical as shown in the illustration.
His face was described as bilaterally asymmetrical, and various other signs of degeneration were described.
It supposes that bilaterally symmetrical, elongated, segmented animals were formed from the very first in two distinct ways.
bilateral bi·lat·er·al (bī-lāt'ər-əl)
Having or formed of two sides; two-sided.
Having or marked by bilateral symmetry.