anatomical reference


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Synonyms for anatomical reference

an expression that relates to anatomy

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Elsevier, the leading publisher of medical and scientific literature, announces the publication of the 40th edition of the most famous anatomical reference in the world, Gray's Anatomy: The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice (http://www.
The AnatoMark System consists of a "head localizer" providing anatomical reference markers allowing reproducible alignment of multiple successive images.
The app offers a significant wound care image library, step-by-step treatment videos, anatomical reference guides and much more.
as a portable anatomical reference tool working in the health care industry.
It will also feature data across the full length of the spinal cord as well as anatomical reference sections.
The AnatoMark System was developed by radiologists at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, and consists of a head localizer that provides anatomical reference markers allowing consistent image orientation of brain scans.
a company that provides an interactive multimedia anatomical reference guide) is especially rewarding because of the unique benefits it provides to health sciences education.
The works include anatomical references, observing the body inside and out, and looks at how survival alters the sense of perception about the body.
We don't make any anatomical references, we don't define body parts, and we don't reference sex acts.
In oncology, for example, PET/CT imaging is used to view tumor activity in conjunction with anatomical references, allowing physicians to better understand the effects of cancer treatment(s).
Saturated with sexual and anatomical references, this most recent installation of work bore all the marks of visual incontinence.
They combine profoundly personal subject matter with medical and anatomical references as well as Aztec, Colonial and Mexican popular and folkloric arts and crafts.
One song, "The Turnaround," about a Portuguese dance, was temporarily banned from the radio last month because of anatomical references a federal agency considered obscene.
In oncology, for example, PET/CT imaging is used to view tumour activity in conjunction with anatomical references, allowing physicians to better understand the effects of cancer treatment.
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