distal extremities

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  • They mainly involve the distal extremities, but can also involve the face, neck, and trunk.
  • The vast majority of are found in the distal extremities, particularly in the hand, wrist, foot, and under the fingernails.
  • When cutaneous lesions are limited to a single distal extremity, amputation is often recommended.
  • The distal extremity contained a portion of the small intestine instead of the colon, which Wood considered the most frequent occupant. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • The oesophagus opens directly into a very large cardiac sac the distal extremity of which forms a long caecal pouch. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • It is a malformation due to intrauterine bands or rings that give deep grooves in, most commonly, distal extremities like fingers and toes.
  • It is usually benign and typically in the distal extremities.
  • The vas deferens, likewise, unites with the penis some distance from its distal extremity, thus forming a flagellum.
  • More recently, fiberoptic scopes have been replaced by bronchoscopes with a charge coupled device (CCD) video chip located at their distal extremity.
  • It particularly affects the skin around the mouth and distal extremities; but may also be found on the lower abdomen, buttocks, perineum, and groin.
  • The distinguishing feature is that the stalk is swollen at the distal extremity to form a cup or basin in which the animal rests. Cited from Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole, by Gary N. Galkins
  • Patterson I; There are simple constriction rings which are strands most commonly around the distal extremities as fingers and toes.
  • The lower extremity of the femur (or distal extremity) is the lower end of the thigh bone in human and other animals, closer to the knee.
  • The pedicle is slender, smooth, and transparent, and branches sparsely at its distal extremity. Cited from Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole, by Gary N. Galkins
  • More precisely, skin lesions deal with large, fixed, geographic and symmetrical fine scaly recessive erythematous plaques distributed over the dorsal side of distal extremities.
  • SHFM is a heterogenous limb defect in which the development of the central digital rays is hindered, leading to missing central digits and claw-like distal extremities.
  • The proximal part of the phalnx presents a broad base for articulation with the middle phalanx, an d an expanded distal extremity for the support of the nail and end of the toe.
  • The wound was at once opened and blood found oozing from the distal extremities of the carotid artery and jugular vein, which were promptly clamped. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • The lower extremity of the ulna or distal extremity is the end of the ulna (one of two long bones in the forearm) closest to the wrist.
  • However, in addition to the presence of various appendages at the distal extremity of the pallidal neurons that could act as elements of local circuitry, there are weak or no functional interrelations between pallidal neurons.