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anterior

1. Zoology of or near the head end
2. Botany (of part of a flower or leaf) situated farthest away from the main stem

anterior

[an′tir·ē·ər]
(zoology)
Situated near or toward the front or head of an animal body.
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Previously, the name was designated according to the etiologies of compression, such as scalenus anticus, costoclavicular, hyperabduction, cervical rib, or first rib syndromes.
the location of the lesion in proximal limb areas more commonly associated with MOT including the brachialis anticus and quadriceps femoris.
There was a display cabinet with Anticus and Decus, or as they were referred to at the Lunt Fort: Ant and Dec
The most common points of venous entrapment are between the anterior and medial heads of the scalenus muscle of the first rib (scalenus anticus syndrome); between the subclavius muscle, the clavicle and the first rib; and between an anomalous cervical rib and the scalenus muscle.
Anticus Corporation intends to complete the construction of an automated processing plant in the Montreal/Quebec corridor this year.
On the other hand Dissmerygodes anticus (Wiedemann) did not have any micropyle in their eggs.