Translation of anatomical in Spanish:


anatómico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌænəˈtɑmək(ə)l/ /anəˈtɒmɪk(ə)l/


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    • To understand the supportive anatomical structures of the pelvis it is necessary to see the ligaments, as well.
    • This means loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological or anatomical structure or function.
    • These stages involve a number of anatomical structures and muscle groups.
    • If I wanted to see the anatomical structures underlying an injury, I was unable to do it as quickly with the CD as flicking through a textbook.
    • We are able to distinguish anatomical margins when two structures of different density abut one another.
    • This approach is not without problems, due to the neurovascular anatomical structures in close proximity.
    • Over 20 000 anatomical structures can be revealed, all of which can be identified by a click of the mouse.
    • Most episodes are due to urinary tract infections and renal cyst rupture that relate to the underlying anatomical abnormalities.
    • The woman has a history of ectopic pregnancy, pelvic infection, endometriosis, or anatomical abnormalities
    • The head and neck encompasses many vital structures and is one of the most complex anatomical regions in the body.
    • We describe two children with recurrent bacterial meningitis due to cranial anatomical defects in whom diagnosis was delayed.
    • It is used to displace subretinal fluid and return the retina to its normal anatomical position.
    • This could indicate that stones caused anatomical damage to the urinary tract.
    • Disappointingly, however, bones and other anatomical structures are impossible to see.
    • The anatomical location of the pelvic blood vessels puts them at risk for injury during hip surgery.
    • New anatomical features usually arise from modification of an existing structure.
    • It's not a cancer that spreads through the blood stream all over the body, rather it stays confined to one anatomical region of the body.
    • The standard technique for placing central venous catheters is by using anatomical landmarks.
    • Many medical, physiological, or anatomical terms have origins that we never even think of.
    • He or she holds the patient's leg and hip in correct anatomical position while the cement hardens.