Medical Definition of Facies lateralis

1. The surface of a part of the body that faces away from the midline. The NA recognises a lateral surface on the following structures: fibula; ovary; radius; testis; tibia; zygomatic bone. Synonym: facies lateralis. (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Facies Lateralis

facies gastrica splenis
facies glutea ossis ilii
facies inferior cerebri
facies inferior hemispherii cerebelli
facies inferior linguae
facies inferior pancreatis
facies inferior partis petrosae ossis temporalis
facies infratemporalis maxillae
facies interlobares pulmonis
facies interna
facies interna ossis frontalis
facies interna ossis parietalis
facies intestinalis uteri
facies lateralis (current term)
facies lateralis brachii
facies lateralis cruris
facies lateralis digiti manus
facies lateralis digiti pedis
facies lateralis fibulae
facies lateralis membri inferioris
facies lateralis ossis zygomatici
facies lateralis ovarii
facies lateralis testis
facies lateralis tibiae
facies lingualis dentis
facies lunata acetabuli
facies malleolaris lateralis tali
facies malleolaris medialis tali

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