Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated or directed anteriorly and to the side.
- adj. anatomy, medicine in front of the body, away from the midline
“Characteristically, the patient complains of a burning or stinging sensation in the distribution of the nerve over the anterolateral aspect of the thigh.”
“The lateral border runs from the back part of the greater tubercle to the lateral epicondyle, and separates the anterolateral from the posterior surface.”
“The muscles of the abdomen may be divided into two groups: (1) the anterolateral muscles; (2) the posterior muscles.”
“Medical Unit Feb. 9, 2010 A new study reveals that adhering to may seniors avoid strokes, and ultimately A superior anterolateral view of the”
“Adrenaline effectively reverses the symptoms of rhinitis, anterolateral aspect of the thigh.”
“(A) Promoters of the fore coxae: dorsal view; (B) anterolateral view of right propectus, right”
“Muscle 53b connects the anterolateral rims of the coxae, running adjacent to 53a, but separated by a sheath for most of its length before terminating on the lateral extremes of the supraneural bridge of the endosternum (not the propectus as for 53a).”
“Shown in anterolateral view (A) and lateral view (C) with interpretive line drawing and labels in anterolateral view (B) and lateral view (D).”
“The proximal end is triangular in outline, with a shallow depression on the anterolateral surface of the proximal shaft for articulation with the proximal radius.”
“The deltopectoral crest is prominent, extending anteriorly from the anterolateral edge of the humerus, and extending approximately 50% of the length of the humerus.”
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before; in front
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