median plane

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median plane

n.
A plane dividing a bilaterally symmetrical animal into right and left halves.
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* Glabella--A point above the nasal root between the eye brows and vertically intersected by mid-sagittal plane.
Caption: FIGURE 1 Two fetuses: Transvaginal US, mid-sagittal plane
The limits from the imagenological reconstruction in the mid-sagittal plane of the CBCT were the following:
Control the mid-sagittal plane by using the light to align the bridge of the nose with the center of the bite block.
On a macro-scale, a healthy brain is largely symmetrical across the mid-sagittal plane. (16) However, the ratio of grey to white matter is smaller in the right hemisphere than in the left, (17) and numerous regional interhemispheric asymmetries have also been identified.