Difference between revisions of "midventral"

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|etymology=Anglo-Saxon <i>middel</i>, middle; Latin <i>venter</i>, belly
 
|etymology=Anglo-Saxon <i>middel</i>, middle; Latin <i>venter</i>, belly
 
|definition=Pertaining to the true ventral line; ventromedian.
 
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Latest revision as of 23:37, 13 September 2013

midventral (adjective; Anglo-Saxon middel, middle; Latin venter, belly): Pertaining to the true ventral line; ventromedian.