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bilateral

[bī′lad·ə·rəl]
(biology)
Of or relating to both right and left sides of an area, organ, or organism.
(electronics)
Having a voltage current characteristic curve that is symmetrical with respect to the origin.
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"It has been India's consistent position that all outstanding issues with Pakistan are discussed only bilaterally. Any engagement with Pakistan would require an end to cross-border terrorism," the foreign ministry announced at the time.
Yeung stressed that cooperation and networking is now how global banking works, not just bilaterally but also through third party countries.
The differential diagnosis for venous stasis dermatitis includes cellulitis (which rarely presents bilaterally), deep vein thrombosis, asteatotic dermatitis, erysipelas (more superficial cellulitis that results in elevated, shiny plaques), pyomyositis, necrotizing fascilitis, leukocytoclastic vasculiotis and allergic contact dermatitis.
'There has been no recent discussion whether among relevant government agencies or bilaterally with Israel or with any other country, on the location of the Philippine Embassy in Israel,' the DFA said in a statement on Wednesday.
Bilateral bone marrow trephine biopsy was done bilaterally from right and left posterior superior iliac spine to assess the patterns of bone marrow infiltration.
Patient had history of bilaterally fractured condyles after a road traffic accident and had been treated by ORIF four years ago.
Hand grip strength was reduced bilaterally. He had 3/5 strength in the left upper extremity and 4/5 on the right upper extremity.
Group A patients were provided complete dentures with bilaterally balanced occlusion and group B patients were provided complete dentures with lingualized occlusion.
Rather than wear prostheses, these women, like approximately 60 percent of female breast cancer survivors, chose to remain bilaterally flat.
Extra ocular motility was full and visual fields were full to confrontation bilaterally.
Patient's plain radiographs of the extremities demonstrated symmetrical new bone formation involving the distal portions of the radius, tibia, fibula and the femur bilaterally. Contour irregularities and exophytic bone bulges were monitored at proximal epiphyseal-metaphyseal levels.
Colombo, May 10 -- Sri Lanka reiterated positions by emphasizing that disputes concerning the South China Sea need to be settled bilaterally through negotiations by the concerned parties.