trilobe

trilobe

(ˈtraɪˌləʊb)
n
anything with three lobes, esp a leaf
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The stem is coated with a proprietary porous material to stimulate osseointegration, with a glenoid component containing technology that encompasses trilobe features on the peripheral pegs for immediate fixation upon implantation.
After crimping with the trilobe balloon and confirming the absence of bleeding using a contrast medium, the procedure was completed.
The screw elements involved in the 25-mm section are spiral conveying and bilobe kneading elements, whereas those in the 23-mm section are trilobe shearing elements.
Another key distinction is the use of all conventional bilobe elements in the B instrument, as compared with the trilobe pulverization elements that came standard the N instrument.
(NORAM) has developed the TriLobe clutch, the company's newest addition to its comprehensive product mix.
"We're moving the customers who use the 6060 series into the TriLobe" Hargarten explained.
The fibers evaluated in this work had bilobe and trilobe configurations.
And each papilla goes from a flat, 2D surface through a continuum of shapes until it reaches its final shape, which can be conical or like trilobes or one of a dozen possible shapes.
A similar mark, (trilobes rather than dots) used by John Capgrave has been discussed as a "triquetra-mark" in Peter Lucas, From Author to Audience: John Capgrave and Medieval Publication (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1997), 33-35, 48-68.