Medical Definition of Parietal tuber

1. A prominent portion of the parietal bone, a little above the centre of its external surface, usually corresponding to the point of maximum width of the head. Synonym: tuber parietale, eminentia parietalis, parietal tuber. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parietal Tuber

parietal lobe
parietal lobe epilepsy
parietal lobe of cerebrum
parietal lobes
parietal lymph nodes
parietal margin
parietal nodes
parietal notch
parietal pelvic fascia
parietal pericardium
parietal placentation
parietal plate
parietal pleura
parietal region
parietal thrombus
parietal tuber (current term)
parietal veins
parietal wall
parietals
parietary
parietes
parietic
parietic acid
parieties
parietin
parietine
parietines
parieto-
parieto-occipital
parieto-occipital artery

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