multispiral

multispiral

(ˌmʌltɪˈspaɪərəl)
adj
(Biology) having several spiral coils
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Direct methods are generally robust and can easily accommodate path constraints, but they often require much computational effort especially for multispiral trajectories.
Ultrasound imaging was performed in 25 patients, in 12,5% patients the multispiral computer tomography (MSCT) with the aim of analysis of interfragmental space condition.
The chilodontid operculum is thin, corneous and generally multispiral. In Euchelus, however, Pilsbry (1890 in 1889-1890) noted that the operculum is of few whorls and he likened it to that of Littorina, using this as a character separating Euchelus from Herpetopoma, which he stated possessed a conventionally multispiral operculum.
Abyssochrysoids with tall shell, predominating spiral sculpture, multispiral, probably planktotrophic, multispiral protoconch; aperture with no trace of siphonal canal.
The operculum in Nesopoma and Setaepoma is unusual in being multispiral, whereas in most rissooideans, including all other assimineids, truncatellids and pomatiopsids it is paucispiral.
The results of multispiral computer tomography (MSCT) allowed visualization of topographo-anatomic condition of the thoracic organs.
The inner margin of the outer lip is set with numerous small, ridge-like denticles and the operculum is openly multispiral, with a broad growing margin (Fig.
To 12 patients examined by multispiral computer tomography with intraarticular entering of the oxygen.

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