anatomically correct

anatomically correct

adj.
Representing the body or a body part, especially a sex organ, in a physiologically accurate manner: an anatomically correct doll.

anatom′ically correct′


adj.
having representations of the sexual organs: An anatomically correct doll was shown to the witness.
[1990–95]
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EB-CMF is a living anatomically correct bone graft manufactured from a patient's own adipose derived stem cells, eliminating the need to harvest bone from a patient's body, potentially reducing pain, surgical and hospitalisation time while creating a precision fit with the defect, EpiBone said.
Nill Grips has been crafting anatomically correct stocks for many popular handgun models since 1969.
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A video recording of the subsequent forensic interview shows the child using an anatomically correct doll or drawings to help convey what happened to her.
Young men and women have been climbing up one of the hills at Lawrence Gardens to inspect Ali Kazmi's work, a faux-ruin built of identical, anatomically correct clay hearts.
It turned out that the nine vertebrae and ribs were in an anatomically correct position.
When National Crime Agency officers raided Turner's home in Ramsgate, Kent, they discovered an anatomically correct child sex doll he had been using as well as 34,000 sick images.
We designed the Curved Sucker XL with a soft, curved, large bore suction tip that's more anatomically correct for oral suctioning.