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- In the midline is a shallow sagittal groove that lodges the superior sagittal sinus On each side of the groove are several small pits, sinus.
- Along the midline, the pelvic diaphragm has openings for the anal canal, urethra and vagina.
- The dorsal midline is thought to be instructive in directing these movements.
- They are the fourth and fifth tooth on either side from the midline.
- In the adjacent photos the patient had composite bonding to close a midline space and then had two porcelain veneers placed over the front teeth.
- V Valgus deformity Refers to a lateral inclination of a distal bone, of a joint, from the midline.
- In both systems, the eye maps close to the midline and genetic manipulations affecting the midline result in the fusion of the eyes (cyclopia) (Chang, 2001).
- Loss of Ptc, as well as overexpression of Hh, results in the ectopic induction of larval eye tissue in the dorsal midline (cyclopia).
- DiI tracing at E-17.5 were used to show crossing of midline by callosal axons.
- During gastrulation in birds and mammals, epiblast cells converge at the midline and ingress at the primitive streak.
- Females have two sets of ventrally located mammary glands, one on each side of the midline about halfway down the body.
- Vestibuloacoustic cells migrate along the midline at r4 contralaterally in the hindbrain.
- When the two maxillae are joined together, the incisive foramen is seen on the midline at the anterior border of the palatine process.
- To remove the skin, make a cut in the midline along side of the spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae.
- Directly in its midline a bony projection, the spinous process, grows upward from the arch.
- The superior part is composed in the midline of the inferior half of the floor of the fourth ventricle and laterally by the inferior cerebellar peduncles.
- The septum pellucidum is located in the midline of the brain, between the two cerebral hemisphere s.
- Laminae: Two relatively flat plates of bone that extend from the pedicles on either side and join in the midline.
- Bone to the right of the midline was only 1 mm thicker than that to the left.
- The maxillae meet in the midline of the face and often are considered as one bone.
- The long axis of, or direction of the anterior teeth in, an esthetic smile also follows a progression as the teeth move away from the midline.
- MIDLINE DIASTEMA - Big gap in anterior teeth which looks unsightly can be taken care of with light cure laminates or ceramic veneers.
- This may mean that, using a midline approach, one cannot always rely on the ligamentum flavum as a perceptible barrier to epidural needle advancement.
- The next step of the dissection will require that you bisect the brain along the longitudinal midline to produce a mid-sagittal section.
- As for otd, expression also persists in the head midline ectoderm (Chang, 2001).
- On the midline, 0.5 cun posterior to the anterior hairline.
- Pineal gland Extrahypothalmic structure located at the midline in the posterior part of the 3rd ventricle (located between the two superior colliculi).
- Choroid plexus of left lateral ventricle (c) extends medially toward midline.
- There are four cerebral ventricles: the paired lateral ventricles, and midline the third and fourth ventricle s.
- During the fourth week of development, the neural plate invaginates along the embryonic midline to form the neural groove.
- DISTAL - the surface of the tooth farthest from the midline of the dental arch.
- The receptive fields of fibers in the corpus callosum lie very close to the vertical midline.
- This fracture seems to extend into the frontal bone, more or less at the midline, down to the frontal sinus which is also fractured.
- The sagittal suture unties the parietal bones of the skull along the midline of the body.
- The midline incisions were then sutured closedon either side of the implants.
- Packets of cells 'left over' on each side of the midline, where fusion of the neural folds initially occurred, are known as neural crest cells.
- This stripe, which crosses the dorsal midline, includes the future antennal segment and posterior part of the visual anlage.
- Around gastrulation, so expression ceases in the dorsal midline and becomes restricted to the bilateral visual primordia.
- By 24 hpf GlyT1 expression is observed in five dorsal stripes in the hindbrain and along the dorsal midline of the caudal hindbrain and spinal cord.
- These lesions are often limited to one side of the body, which usually corresponds to the side with bone involvement and generally do not cross the midline.
- On day 18, the neural plate invaginates along the midline, forming the neural groove with the neural folds on either side.
- The bundles of fibres come together in the midline of the brain, forming the body of the fornix.
- A specialized region of cortical cells near the midline of the brain, the hippocampus is essential to laying down and retrieving long-term memories.
- In most cases, the epileptogenic region is found in the midline (mesial) temporal structures (e.g., the hippocampus, amygdala, and parahippocampal gyrus).
- Changes in cell shape and cell adhesion cause the edges of the plate fold and rise, meeting in the midline to form a tube.
- The midline of the tube becomes distinct and a lumen opens from ventral to dorsal.
- We proposed a model in which stretching of the midline of the plate causes the plate to buckle out of the plane and roll into a tube.
- These electrodes were placed under the skin along the midline of the chest, a location that does not cause skeletal muscle contraction.
- It passes down the neck, pierces the diaphragm just to the left of the midline, and joins the cardiac (upper) end of the stomach.
- The two mylohoid muscles are connected in the midline by a raphe, forming the diaphragm of the oral cavity (diaphragma oris).
- ACC can also be associated with malformations in other parts of the body, such as midline facial defects.
- Plain radiology can reveal a panoply of anomalies, such as fused vertebrae, midline defects, bony spurs, or abnormal laminae.
- It is bounded anteriorly by the inner surface of the frontal bone, and in the midline is a crest for the attachment of the falx cerebri cerebri.
- They drain the central incisors and midline of lower lip and tip of the tongue.
- Scales - flattened hairs of various shapes Scape - a finger, tongue, or lip-like appendage, free at one end, arising from the midline of the females epigyne.
- Two months ago, I noticed a small swelling to the left of the midline of the roof of my mouth.
- The upper part of the lower half of the roof is formed by the nodule in the midline and by the inferior medullary velum laterally.
- The typical bitch has 10 mammary glands, five on each side of the midline, beginning on the chest and extending to the groin.
- This approach is selected for lesions located in the midline below the vein of Galen and not extending deeply into the cerebellopontine fissure.
- Proximal Nearer to a point of origin, a point of attachment, or the midline of the body: the proximal end of a bone.
- The point on the midline of the dorsal surface of the medulla oblongata that marks the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa.
- The anterior commissure, a fiber bundle connecting the right and left frontal lobes, can be seen decussating (crossing the midline).
- A transverse skin-fold incision is made, beginning at the midline and crossing the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
- After crossing the midline it ascends to the thalamus and afterwards reaches the primary somatosensory cortex [ 34, 35].
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- Cerebral Hemispheres
- Nervous System > Central Nervous System > Cerebrum > Corpus Callosum
* Cerebral Hemispheres
* Coronal Suture
* Corpus Callosum
* Crista Galli
* Embryonic Disk
* Falx Cerebri
* Intralaminar Nuclei
* Lateral Edges
* Mandibular Canine
* Midline Structures
* Neural Tube
* Opposite Side
* Pineal Gland
* Pituitary Gland
* Right Side
* Sacral Regions
* Sagittal Plane
* Spinal Cord
* Third Ventricle
* Ventral Midline
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