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Both ventral and dorsal; extending from a ventral to a dorsal surface.

ven′tro·dor′sal·ly adv.


(ˌvɛn troʊˈdɔr səl)

of or pertaining to the ventral and dorsal aspects of the body.


a. ventrodorsal, rel. a las superficies ventral y dorsal.
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The crop is distended (black arrow), and the gastrointestinal system is dilated (white arrow), (b) Ventrodorsal radiograph of a budgerigar with Macrorhabdus ornithogaster infection.
In contrast to mammals with a circular thorax (primates), in mammals with a major ventrodorsal axis (quadrupeds) the internal intercostal artery runs obliquely after crossing the first rib and emits a branch that runs ventrally in parallel to the sternal border and that supplements the anterior intercostal arteries.
A ventrodorsal (intraoral) radiograph (Figure 1C) of the rostral mandible showed a well-defined osseous mass with intense radiopaque areas and different degrees of ossification, visualized as dispersed radiolucent points inside the mass.
Their evaluation is based on a ventrodorsal radiograph taken with your dog's rear legs extended.
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This was concomitant with Jones and Orosz (2000) who stated that lateral and ventrodorsal views can be taken in a bird suspected of having aspergillosis.
Plain radiography of skull lateral and ventrodorsal view revealed no bony lesions.
Con el animal en posicion ventrodorsal, y tras vaciar la vejiga de forma manual, se realizo una incision en la piel desde el ombligo hasta aproximadamente la mitad del ultimo par mamario o hueso pubico, dependiendo del tamano del animal.
A dorsoventral or ventrodorsal view may have provided additional information regarding the heart, but it is not routinely obtained in an unsedated or unanesthetized cria [1].
0 mm ventrodorsal length) of the load-bearing region at the medial tibial plateau was identified as a region of interest [Figure 1].
For radiography of the specimens the lateral and ventrodorsal position were used.