Relating to the back and the side.

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dor·so·lat·er·al .dȯr-sō-'lat-ə-rəl, -'la-trəl adj of, relating to, or involving both the back and the sides <lesions of the \dorsolateral hypothalamus>
dor·so·lat·er·al·ly adv

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dor·so·lat·er·al (dor″so-latґər-əl) pertaining to the back and the side.

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