occurring singly; not one of a pair
"the azygous muscle of the uvula"
In anatomy, a structure that is unpaired. This is relatively unusual, as most elements of anatomy reflect bilateral symmetry.
Origin: From the άνισος.
In anatomy, azygos, from the Greek άζυξ, refers to a structure that is unpaired. This is relatively unusual, as most elements of anatomy reflect bilateral symmetry. Another term for the same concept is impar. Well-known structures incorporating this nomenclature include the azygos vein, ganglion impar, and the anatomical variant known as the azygos lobe of the lung.
The numerical value of azygos in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of azygos in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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