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Noun1.incisura - (anatomy) a notch or small hollow
mandibular notch - small indentation in the middle of the lower jawbone
anatomy, general anatomy - the branch of morphology that deals with the structure of animals
notch - a V-shaped indentation; "mandibular notch"
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n. L. incisura, corte, raja, indentaciόn.
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Two biopsy specimens were obtained from the incisura angularis, and three each from the corpus and antrum of the stomach.
(20) evaluated the gastric wall perfusion of 205 patients in five gastric regions (the angle of his, greater curvature, lesser curvature, incisura angularis, and mid gastric antrum) by using computed tomography scan perfusion index.
For histological analysis 5 gastric biopsy specimens were collected, 2 from the corpus (one from the lesser curvature and one from the greater curvature), 2 from the gastric antrum (one from the distal lesser curvature and one from the area next to the incisura angularis and one from the distal greater curvature).
Caption: Figure 2: Proportions of the incomplete GIM subtype among biopsy sites with intestinalization (IA: incisura angularis; A1: antrum, lesser curvature; A2: antrum, greater curvature; B1: corpus, lesser curvature; B2: corpus, greater curvature).
(21) The body of the stomach is divided with a staple-cutter device 3 to 6 cm proximal to the pylorus, at the level of the incisura angularis, preserving the antrum.
The bordering fold bisects the stomach on a line from the incisura angularis to a point opposite it on the greater curvature (Supplementary Material S5).
The nerve terminated at the level of incisura angularis forming a crows foot appearance in those cases (Figure 1).