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Synonyms for region

in the region of: vicinity

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  • vicinity
  • in the area of
  • in the range of
  • in the scope of
  • in the neighbourhood of
  • in the sphere of

Synonyms for region

a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

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the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in 'in the region of')

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Similarly the high intensity pectoral region is void of breast tissue also needed to be eliminated to obtain only that portion of the image that truly represents the breast region.
The first 100 or so pages present the results of their analyses, and the following 500 pages comprise comparative notes presented in tables pertaining to muscles of the head, neck, pectoral region, and the upper limb.
In preservative, dark brown above, on flanks, sides of head, undersurface of upper arm and distal three segments of leg; a dull light pin stripe runs down center of the head to near midbody; hands and feet dark brown to nearly black above and dark gray below with the digital tips and thenar, palmar and plantar tubercles white; area around and just behind vent black; lower lip dark brown; chin, gular region and remaining ventral surfaces pale cream; a median dark spot on chest near level of arm insertions and a few obscure dark spots in pectoral region.
Even in surgeries in the pectoral region and in axilla presence of such anomalous branches ought to be kept in mind.
Examination again revealed a marked swelling of the right side of the face and neck and the right shoulder and pectoral region.
The first electrode, known as the RA lead, will be placed over the right pectoral region between the second and fourth intercostal spaces on the right midclavicular line.