Q: What is bilateral symmetric atrophy?

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A sponge is neither bilateral or radial symmetric. It doesn't have any symmetry.

Bilateral symmetry means you can divide the shape into two halves, and the halves would be congruent. Radial symmetry means all the parts that are connected to a common point are congruent.

Bilateral symmetry. Think of bi- meaning "two", and lateral meaning "pertaining to the side." Therefore, it is symmetric for two sides.

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yes, it is both symmetric as well as skew symmetric

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A sponge is neither bilateral or radial symmetric. It doesn't have any symmetry.

deterioration of any body part that is in the same place on both sides of the body.

Yes. Most phyla evidence bilateral symmetry including flatworms, earthworms, many molluscs, and chordates including fish and mammals. Arthropoda, including insects, are bilaterally symmetric.

Symmetrical bilateral transfer is the learning or relearning of skills for an individual. Symmetrical bilateral transfer occurs when an individual has traumatic brain injuries or autism spectrum disorders.

Some mollusks have bilateral symmetry. Mollusks include gastropods such as snails, bivalves such as oysters, and cephalopods such as squid. Some bivalves have bilateral symmetry.

Amphibians have bilateral symmetry. (from the top-view, imagine a line from the middle of the head to the rear. both sides would be symmetric)

Yes. Crabs and other crustaceans have bilateral symmetry. Bilateral symmetry means something has symmetry across one plane (known as the sagittal plane, and directly down the centre of their body), which means one side of their body approximately mirrors the other side.

Bilateral symmetry means you can divide the shape into two halves, and the halves would be congruent. Radial symmetry means all the parts that are connected to a common point are congruent.

Bilateral symmetry. Think of bi- meaning "two", and lateral meaning "pertaining to the side." Therefore, it is symmetric for two sides.

symmetric about the y-axis symmetric about the x-axis symmetric about the line y=x symmetric about the line y+x=0

She has a muscular atrophy.

Atrophy is the wearing away of an organ or tissue because of lack of use. Bone Atrophy, obviously, is atrophy of bones.