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FIFTH TOOTH
MIDLINE SPACE
DISTAL BONE
CYCLOPIA
DII TRACING
GASTRULATION
MAMMARY GLANDS
HINDBRAIN
MAXILLAE
SPINOUS PROCESSES
SPINOUS PROCESS
FOURTH VENTRICLE
SEPTUM PELLUCIDUM
BONE
LONG AXIS
MIDLINE DIASTEMA
MIDLINE APPROACH
LONGITUDINAL MIDLINE
HEAD MIDLINE ECTODERM
CUN POSTERIOR
POSTERIOR PART
LATERAL VENTRICLE
LATERAL VENTRICLES
NEURAL GROOVE
DISTAL
VERTICAL MIDLINE
FRONTAL BONE
SAGITTAL SUTURE
MIDLINE INCISIONS
NEURAL FOLDS
DORSAL MIDLINE
LESIONS
FORMING
FORNIX
HIPPOCAMPUS
TUBE
CHEST
DIAPHRAGM
ASSOCIATED
ANOMALIES
ATTACHMENT
TONGUE
ROOF
EXTENDING
POINT
CROSSING
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Definitions

  1. 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.
  2. Along the midline, the pelvic diaphragm has openings for the anal canal, urethra and vagina.
  3. The dorsal midline is thought to be instructive in directing these movements.

Fifth Tooth

  1. They are the fourth and fifth tooth on either side from the midline.

Midline Space

  1. 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.

Distal Bone

  1. V Valgus deformity Refers to a lateral inclination of a distal bone, of a joint, from the midline.

Cyclopia

  1. 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).
  2. 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

  1. DiI tracing at E-17.5 were used to show crossing of midline by callosal axons.

Gastrulation

  1. During gastrulation in birds and mammals, epiblast cells converge at the midline and ingress at the primitive streak.

Mammary Glands

  1. Females have two sets of ventrally located mammary glands, one on each side of the midline about halfway down the body.

Hindbrain

  1. Vestibuloacoustic cells migrate along the midline at r4 contralaterally in the hindbrain.

Maxillae

  1. When the two maxillae are joined together, the incisive foramen is seen on the midline at the anterior border of the palatine process.

Spinous Processes

  1. To remove the skin, make a cut in the midline along side of the spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae.

Spinous Process

  1. Directly in its midline a bony projection, the spinous process, grows upward from the arch.

Fourth Ventricle

  1. 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.

Septum Pellucidum

  1. The septum pellucidum is located in the midline of the brain, between the two cerebral hemisphere s.

Bone

  1. Laminae: Two relatively flat plates of bone that extend from the pedicles on either side and join in the midline.
  2. Bone to the right of the midline was only 1 mm thicker than that to the left.
  3. The maxillae meet in the midline of the face and often are considered as one bone.

Long Axis

  1. 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

  1. MIDLINE DIASTEMA - Big gap in anterior teeth which looks unsightly can be taken care of with light cure laminates or ceramic veneers.

Midline Approach

  1. This may mean that, using a midline approach, one cannot always rely on the ligamentum flavum as a perceptible barrier to epidural needle advancement.

Longitudinal Midline

  1. The next step of the dissection will require that you bisect the brain along the longitudinal midline to produce a mid-sagittal section.

Head Midline Ectoderm

  1. As for otd, expression also persists in the head midline ectoderm (Chang, 2001).

Cun Posterior

  1. On the midline, 0.5 cun posterior to the anterior hairline.

Posterior Part

  1. Pineal gland Extrahypothalmic structure located at the midline in the posterior part of the 3rd ventricle (located between the two superior colliculi).

Lateral Ventricle

  1. Choroid plexus of left lateral ventricle (c) extends medially toward midline.

Lateral Ventricles

  1. There are four cerebral ventricles: the paired lateral ventricles, and midline the third and fourth ventricle s.

Neural Groove

  1. During the fourth week of development, the neural plate invaginates along the embryonic midline to form the neural groove.

Distal

  1. DISTAL - the surface of the tooth farthest from the midline of the dental arch.

Vertical Midline

  1. The receptive fields of fibers in the corpus callosum lie very close to the vertical midline.

Frontal Bone

  1. This fracture seems to extend into the frontal bone, more or less at the midline, down to the frontal sinus which is also fractured.

Sagittal Suture

  1. The sagittal suture unties the parietal bones of the skull along the midline of the body.

Midline Incisions

  1. The midline incisions were then sutured closedon either side of the implants.

Neural Folds

  1. 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.

Dorsal Midline

  1. This stripe, which crosses the dorsal midline, includes the future antennal segment and posterior part of the visual anlage.
  2. Around gastrulation, so expression ceases in the dorsal midline and becomes restricted to the bilateral visual primordia.
  3. 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.

Lesions

  1. 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.

Forming

  1. On day 18, the neural plate invaginates along the midline, forming the neural groove with the neural folds on either side.

Fornix

  1. The bundles of fibres come together in the midline of the brain, forming the body of the fornix.

Hippocampus

  1. A specialized region of cortical cells near the midline of the brain, the hippocampus is essential to laying down and retrieving long-term memories.
  2. In most cases, the epileptogenic region is found in the midline (mesial) temporal structures (e.g., the hippocampus, amygdala, and parahippocampal gyrus).

Tube

  1. Changes in cell shape and cell adhesion cause the edges of the plate fold and rise, meeting in the midline to form a tube.
  2. The midline of the tube becomes distinct and a lumen opens from ventral to dorsal.
  3. 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.

Chest

  1. These electrodes were placed under the skin along the midline of the chest, a location that does not cause skeletal muscle contraction.

Diaphragm

  1. It passes down the neck, pierces the diaphragm just to the left of the midline, and joins the cardiac (upper) end of the stomach.
  2. The two mylohoid muscles are connected in the midline by a raphe, forming the diaphragm of the oral cavity (diaphragma oris).

Associated

  1. ACC can also be associated with malformations in other parts of the body, such as midline facial defects.

Anomalies

  1. Plain radiology can reveal a panoply of anomalies, such as fused vertebrae, midline defects, bony spurs, or abnormal laminae.

Attachment

  1. 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.

Tongue

  1. They drain the central incisors and midline of lower lip and tip of the tongue.
  2. 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.

Roof

  1. Two months ago, I noticed a small swelling to the left of the midline of the roof of my mouth.
  2. 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.

Extending

  1. The typical bitch has 10 mammary glands, five on each side of the midline, beginning on the chest and extending to the groin.
  2. This approach is selected for lesions located in the midline below the vein of Galen and not extending deeply into the cerebellopontine fissure.

Point

  1. Proximal Nearer to a point of origin, a point of attachment, or the midline of the body: the proximal end of a bone.
  2. The point on the midline of the dorsal surface of the medulla oblongata that marks the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa.

Crossing

  1. The anterior commissure, a fiber bundle connecting the right and left frontal lobes, can be seen decussating (crossing the midline).
  2. A transverse skin-fold incision is made, beginning at the midline and crossing the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
  3. After crossing the midline it ascends to the thalamus and afterwards reaches the primary somatosensory cortex [ 34, 35].

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