- abdominal angina,
- abdominal cavity,
- abdominal crunch,
- abdominal external oblique muscle,
- abdominal fissure
Origin of abdominal
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For the entire duration of the hours I spent inside San Pedro I noticed my abdominal muscles remained perpetually clenched.Cocaine, Politicians and Wives: Inside the World’s Most Bizarre Prison|Jason Batansky|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The cancer was detected during an abdominal scan in October 2003, as Fortune magazine reported in a 2008 cover story.
The HFCS-fed animals also had increases in abdominal fat and triglycerides.
Turns out a tummy may be more than just an obstacle to skinny jeans: Abdominal fat speeds up cellular aging.
The intercostal, and a part of the abdominal, muscles depress the ribs and lessen the chest cavity anteriorly and laterally.Resonance in Singing and Speaking|Thomas Fillebrown
The relative lengths of the abdominal lamina and the plastron remain approximately the same throughout life in T. ornata.
An abdominal or pelvic tumor may be pushed out of the way of the compressed bowel, a cyst punctured, a displaced womb replaced.
The abdominal and lumbar portion of the trunk, as already said, is longer in woman.Beauty|Alexander Walker
In this way all the abdominal organs are drawn toward the chest.Self Knowledge and Guide to Sex Instruction|T. W. Shannon
1550s, from medical Latin abdominalis, from abdomen (genitive abdominis); see abdomen.