[ pŏs′tə-rō-mē′dē-ən ]
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In back and in the central line.
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“Evoke” and “invoke” both derive from the same Latin root “vocāre.”
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How to use posteromedian in a sentence
Thus, in those species the posteromedian portion of the sphenethmoid is obscured, and the lateral margins are partly exposed.
One specimen has a posteromedian spine on the median digital ossification (Fig. 16).The Baculum in Microtine Rodents|Sydney Anderson