Medical Dictionary

pole

noun \ˈpōl\

Medical Definition of POLE

1
a :  either of the two terminals of an electric cell, battery, generator, or motor b :  one of two or more regions in a magnetized body at which the magnetic flux density is concentrated
2
:  either of two morphologically or physiologically differentiated areas at opposite ends of an axis in an organism, organ, or cell—see animal pole, vegetal pole
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