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dorsispinal

[ dawr-suh-spahyn-l ]
/ ˌdɔr səˈspaɪn l /
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adjective Anatomy.

of or relating to the back and the spine.

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Origin of dorsispinal

First recorded in 1835–45; dorsi- + spinal
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Medical definitions for dorsispinal

dorsispinal
[ dôr′sĭ-spīnəl ]

adj.

Relating to or characteristic of the spinal column, especially to its dorsal aspect.
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