extensile


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ex·ten·sile

 (ĭk-stĕn′sĭl)
adj.
Extensible.
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Adj.1.extensile - capable of being protruded or stretched or opened out; "an extensile tongue"; "an extensible measuring rule"

extensile

adjective
Capable of being extended or expanded:
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The Mylodon, moreover, was furnished with a long extensile tongue like that of the giraffe, which, by one of those beautiful provisions of nature, thus reaches with the aid of its long neck its leafy food.
The sample consisted of patients who were treated with a calcaneal plate being inserted through a lateral extensile approach during the study period.
37) It is easily extensile in cases where additional exposure of the femoral condyles or more proximal femur is required.
In CN, there are focally distributed clear cells in the surface of the septa, hobnail epithelium, ovarian-like stroma, and mature tubules in the septa, whereas evident solid areas in cystic mass or extensile nodules of clear cells favor MCRCC [12, 13].
Two different load conditions for damage evolution are analyzed comparatively: model I in Figure 5 has uniform extensile load P on the upper and lower edges and model II in Figure 6 has uniform pressure load P in inner circular hole and simply supported boundary outside.
The extensile approach for the operative treatment of high-energy pilon fractures: Surgical technique and Soft-tissue healing.
This includes the use of appropriate extensile exposures when necessary to avoid damage.
For the first time, along with the OLIF25 procedure, the surgeon community has a combination of procedures that offer an extensile approach to all levels of the lower lumbar spine in one patient positioning," said Richard Hynes, M.
Arthroplasty, which requires free arm mobility, glenoid access, and a potentially extensile surgical approach, is performed in this position as well.
To manage the thigh abscess, an orthopedic surgeon performed extensile incision, drainage and aggressive debridement, including the liquefying fascia.