incisure

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incisure

(ɪnˈsaɪʒə)
n
(Anatomy) anatomy an incision or notch in an organ or part
inˈcisural adj
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Noun1.incisure - (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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Lateral field consist of three incisures 4-4.5 um wide at mid body or one-sixth of the corresponding body width.
Demyelination secondary to chronic nerve compression injury alters Schmidt-Lanterman incisures. J Anat 2006 Jul; 209(1):111-118.
In Schwann cells, CX32 forms the intracellular GJs between paranodal loops and Schmidt–Lanterman incisures that allow diffusion of small molecules.[sup][22] Loss-of-function mutations mainly lead to abnormalities in PNS whereas gain-of-function mutations lead to CNS manifestations.[sup][23],[24],[25] All GJB1 mutations likely cause loss-of-function and seldom cause gain-of-function,[sup][17],[24],[25] and this may explain the results of our study.
AU-shaped skin incision was made over vertical ear canal, starting and ending at pretragic and intertragic incisures and continuing ventrally a centimeter below the ventral most portion of palpable canal (Fig.
Schmidt-Lanterman incisures are funnel-shaped small breaks within the compact myelin that contain cytoplasm which connects directly to the cell bodies in myelin of the PNS.
and divers others come together to commit a riot, as to steal deer, or pull down incisures, and in their march upon the design, A.