bilaterally symmetrical

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Related to bilaterally symmetrical: radially symmetrical
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Adj.1.bilaterally symmetrical - capable of division into symmetrical halves by only one longitudinal plane passing through the axis
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
2.bilaterally symmetrical - having identical parts on each side of an axisbilaterally symmetrical - having identical parts on each side of an axis
symmetric, symmetrical - having similarity in size, shape, and relative position of corresponding parts
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Ears bilaterally symmetrical and equal alignment noted, no ear discharge, tympanic membrane is pink/gray with the light reflex present.
It begins with the division of animals into the categories Bilaterally symmetrical, Radially symmetrical and Sponges.
Examination revealed multiple bilaterally symmetrical, well-defined erythematous plaques of varying sizes with characteristic silvery-white scales over the scalp, trunk, upper limbs, lower limbs, and hands (Figure 1).
In addition, the creature was also bilaterally symmetrical - a trait inherited by many of its descendants, including humans - and was covered with a thin, relatively flexible skin suggestive of some kind of musculature that helped it wiggle around.
There was bilaterally symmetrical thickening of his posterior auricular, supraclavicular, ulnar, radial cutaneous, lateral popliteal, posterior tibial and sural nerves.
Most common age group affected is in between 20-29 years (41%) and 30-39 years (29%); 95% were males and male-to-female ratio is 19:1; 50% were casual workers followed by farmers; 67% have exacerbations during summer; 50% has pruritus and 30% had pain; 95% of cases showed bilaterally symmetrical distribution of lesions affecting both the lower legs.
5) Disease may be bilaterally symmetrical or multifocal at presentation.
Any of numerous long, slender, soft-bodied, legless, bilaterally symmetrical invertebrates is known as worm".
Jaqueline Hall, Stanley A: Bilaterally symmetrical flank alopecia is a sign of a number of different diseases.
Extra oral examination revealed a bilaterally symmetrical face with no sinus, swelling or scar.
Hearing loss was bilaterally symmetrical in 127 patients (81.
Tilia cordata Mill is one of the species most commonly used to determine the stability of development by using fluctuating asymmetry, a pattern of variation of the difference between the right and left bilaterally symmetrical sides (R-L) where the variation is normally distributed about a mean of zero [15,23,24].