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Meatus vs Supraclavicular - What's the difference?

meatus | supraclavicular |

In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between meatus and supraclavicular

is that meatus is (anatomy) a tubular opening or passage in the body while supraclavicular is (anatomy) of or pertaining to the supraclavicle.

As a noun meatus

is (anatomy) a tubular opening or passage in the body.

As an adjective supraclavicular is

(anatomy) above the clavicle.

meatus

English

(wikipedia meatus)

Noun

(en-noun)
  • (anatomy) A tubular opening or passage in the body.
  • The urinary meatus is the opening of the urethra, situated on the glans penis in males, and in the vulva in females.
  • English plurals
  • Derived terms

    * meatal * meatometer * meatoscope * meatotomy

    See also

    * ear canal * foramen

    Anagrams

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    supraclavicular

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • (anatomy) Above the clavicle
  • (anatomy) Of or pertaining to the supraclavicle