nonanatomic

nonanatomic

(ˌnɒnˌænəˈtɒmɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) not anatomic, not related to an organism's structure or its study
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Although these features have also been described as advantages of a previous cleft palate bench model,[sup][3] we can simulate greater palatine vessels and the nonanatomic orientation of the soft palate musculature.
Evaluate any patient who presents with nonanatomic nerve distribution of symptoms--eg burning numbness, and tingling of the entire hand--for a metabolic, rather than an entrapment, neuropathy.
Biomechanical comparison of anatomic double-bundle, anatomic single-bundle, and nonanatomic single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions.
Graft failure, such as a graft impingement and graft stretching, may be caused by malpositioned or nonanatomic tunnel placement resulting in the failed restoration of knee kinematics and persistent instability [4].
In cases of fractures, neurological deficit, ligamentous disruption, or nonanatomic reduction through traction internal fixation should be considered [8,13, 20].
13,14,15) Such complications include nonanatomic reduction of articular surface, malunion, non-union, loosening of implant, residual stiffness of the elbow and posttraumatic osteoarthrosis.
Nonanatomic prognostic factors in resected nonsmall cell lung carcinoma: the importance of perineural invasion as a new prognostic marker.
As pointed out by Roland and colleagues, there are several anatomic and nonanatomic differences between humans and the animals used in the experiments, and these differences likely make humans less vulnerable than animals to ototoxicity.
Nonanatomic acrylic resin posterior teeth are used to minimize lateral stress which would tend to displace the mandibular appliance.
While the Indians and Chinese were trying to treat illness with their nonanatomic notions of chakras and meridians, the Nubians based a significant part of their therapeutics on the knowledge of anatomy and their understanding of how anatomic structures functioned.
The signs are superficial, nonanatomic tenderness; pain with simulated testing; inconsistent responses with distraction; nonorganic regional disturbances; and overreaction verbally or with exaggerated body language.