symphysial

or sym·phys·e·al

[sim-fiz-ee-uh l]

Origin of symphysial

First recorded in 1825–35; symphysi(s) + -al1
Related formspost·sym·phys·i·al, adjectivepre·sym·phys·i·al, adjective
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Examples from the Web for symphysial

Historical Examples of symphysial

  • In Choloepus the symphysial part is drawn out in a somewhat spout-like manner (fig. 91, 6).

    The Vertebrate Skeleton

    Sidney H. Reynolds

  • The symphysial portion is long, narrow, and spout-like, and the coronoid process is small.

    The Vertebrate Skeleton

    Sidney H. Reynolds


symphysial in Medicine

symphysial

[sĭm-fĭz′ē-əl]
adj.
  1. Of, relating to, or characterized by a symphysis.
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