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Explanation: The diference is in pronunciation. In Serbia would be pronounced as V as in very, A as in glAss, g as in gun, i as in him, n as in not and A as in glAss. Something like Vageena. Note:Most of medical/anatomical terms are spelt the same but pronounced slightly diferent. They all originate from Latin language.
I studied anatomy during my education; Serbian for foreigners