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epaxial

(ɪpˈæksɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) situated above the axis of the skeleton
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This finding, with signs of cranial epaxial and caudal abdominal muscle hemorrhages and the friable condition of the muscle, suggests that the animal's condition likely deteriorated during stranding.
Water-soluble protein extracts were obtained separately from epaxial muscle and combinations of eye and brain and stored at -60 C.
Apos a aclimatacao, oito peixes foram anestesiados com 2-fenoxietanol (eter monofenilico de etilenoglicol; 0,5mL [L.sup.-1] de agua) e mortos por decapitacao para remocao de amostras de musculatura epaxial branca e vermelha (lado esquerdo), armazenadas em nitrogenio liquido para posterior avaliacao da atividade basal das enzimas catalase (CAT) e lactato desidrogenase (LDH).
The wire was inserted through two points on the tag, through the epaxial musculature above the pectoral fin, and affixed on the blind side of the fish by using oval plastic backing.
Alguns equinos sao incapazes de caminhar devido a dor e contratura muscular, particularmente nos musculos gluteo, biceps femoral, semitendinoso, semimembranaceo e epaxial. Nas formas mais graves, os equinos demonstram sinais de colica, mioglobinuria e sensibilidade dolorosa a palpacao muscular.
Skipjack tuna possess a well-developed large central rete, in addition to epaxial and hypaxial vessels and retia (Stevens et al., 1974; Graham and Dickson, 2001).
O provavel local da lesao foi obtido por meio do reflexo cutaneo do tronco e da palpacao epaxial (hiperestesia toracolombar).
Abbreviations: a: atrium; ca: conus arteriosus; e: epaxial muscles; h: hipaxial muscles; ha: hemal arch; hs: horizontal septum; m: spinal medulla; na: neural arch; o: oesophagous; p: pancreas; pi: proximal intestine; r: rectum; s: stomach; sp: spleen; sv: sinus venosus; v: vertebral body; va: ventral aorta; ve: ventricle; vi: valvular intestine; vs: vertical septum.
The dorsomedial and ventrolateral portions of the dermomyotome give rise to the epaxial (primaxial) and hypaxial (abaxial) myotomes, respectively.
Intramedullary spinal cord changes noted on T2 weighted image (T2-WI) and short tau inversion recovery (STIR) were suggestive of edema and/or hemorrhage, with suspected adjacent epaxial myositis.
In most taut-skinned fishes, the body core musculature is made up of segmented and serially arranged, cone-shaped myomeres divided into epaxial and hypaxial muscle groups by a horizontal septum (Liem et al., 2001).