Definition of neuroanatomist in US English:

neuroanatomist

noun

  • See neuroanatomy

    • ‘Any comparative neuroanatomist would be hard pressed to list the neural specializations for feeding in ray-finned fishes or flight in birds.’
    • ‘A neuroanatomist is interested not only in the location and course of fiber tracts but also in their site of termination.’
    • ‘In contrast, this issue has been debated (inter alia) by neuroanatomists and nephrologists.’
    • ‘In general, cytologists prefer sections 1 to 3 m in thickness, whereas histologists and neuroanatomists may use sections up to 50 m or more.’
    • ‘Cajal and other early neuroanatomists recognized these cells as unique and long debated their origin, their nature, and their functions.’

Pronunciation

neuroanatomist

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