(anatomy) Being situated alongside or parallel to the sagittal plane.
Word origin: from Greek, para, beside + sagittal.
Related forms: parasagittally (adverb).
Related terms: parasagittal plane, parasagittal section.
Compare: sagittal, midsagittal.
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