Ilial


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Il´i`al


a.1.(Anat.) Pertaining to the ilium; iliac.
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He has been diagnosed with a hairline fracture of his right ilial wing and will need a few weeks to fully recuperate.
Dubai Prince, winner of both his starts in Ireland last year when with Dermot Weld, was as low as 12-1 for the Newmarket Classic on Saturday week until the announcement that he had been diagnosed with a hairline fracture of his right ilial wing (pelvic area) and would be on the easy list for several weeks.
DVT during pregnancy is more likely to occur in ilial veins and to be extensive and cause more sequelae.
Marked surface changes were seen in organisms representing a majority (over 70%) of organisms located closely (within 300 nm) to epithelial cell microvilli in the ilial loops injected live organisms (Fig.
The Luca Cumani-trained five-year-old, who finished sixth of seven runners behind Oratorio at Sandown, suffered a suspected stress fracture of the ilial bone and underwent an exploratory scan last Friday.
North Light has sustained a stress fracture of the right ilial wing and will now be retired.
His trainer Sir Michael Stoute (pictured) said yesterday: 'North Light has sustained a stress fracture of the right ilial wing and will now be retired.