gracilis


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gracilis

(ˈɡræsɪlɪs)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy a thin muscle on the inner thigh
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TYRUR SHAY, a 40-1 chance with the sponsor to go one better than last year's second in the Star Sports Derby at Towcester, is set to start galloping again in the near future following last autumn's gracilis injury which threatened his career, writes Jonathan Kay.
The BetaVia product line offers a new, patented standard in immune support using Euglena gracilis microalgae.
gracilis have been described as small omnivorous mephitids that are difficult to distinguish from each other based solely on morphology (Kinlaw, 1995; Verts et al.
In our study, we used gracilis tendon as Palmaris longus tendon may be absent in 15-20% of population and harvesting gracilis graft has less chance of neurological damage as compared to Palmaris tendon.
El astragalo pequeno corresponde al especimen CFM-1113 y a pesar de su pequeno tamano se corresponde con el rango de los adultos y de los especimenes de mayor talla de la especie Hemiauchenia gracilis Meachen, 2005, incluso parece ser mas afin a las formas del centro de Mexico que a las formas de la Florida, por ello se asume que pertenece, muy probablemente a una forma juvenil de Hemiauchenia vera Matthew, 1909, una evidencia de ello podria ser el alto grado de porosidad presente en el astragalo, pero ello no es un criterio definitivo.
Among their topics are the relationship between fat tissue and lymphangiogenesis, dermatological implications of secondary lymphedema of the lower leg, the hydrodynamics of intercellular fluid and lymph, transverse myocutaneous gracilis with vascularlized lymph node transfer, and harnessing stem-cell-mediated lymphangiogenesis to treat lymphedema.
12) We present our local case series of patients presenting with complex RUF treated using the transperineal approach with gracilis muscle flap interposition.
Campylobacter gracilis is a newly recognized species (2) that is commonly found in the oral flora and that has been associated with periodontal diseases and pleuropulmonary infections (3-6).
Assessment of copper bioaccumulation in Euglena gracilis by X-Ray fluorescence technique
The bursa is at the anatomic site known as the pes anserinus, or goose foot, where the conjoined tendons of the semitendinosus, gracilis, and sartorius musdes insert at the tibia, he said at a conference on internal medicine sponsored by the University of Colorado.