of the distal

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  • It consists of the distal or lower end of a left tibia.
  • Its common name refers to the small tooth-like serrations on the inner part of the distal half of the bill.
  • The species name refers to the half-hearted shape of the distal portion of the valva.
  • I found the fangs had entered on either side of the distal joint of the middle metacarpal bone. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 841, February 13, 1892, by Various
  • This process is believed to occur through direct attack of the distal bond on the coordinated alkene.
  • The ground colour of the distal third of the forewings is and a series of spots across the middle is orange brick.
  • Discovery of the distal tip cell gave her the means of exploring the control of germline stem cells.
  • It is also quite common for patients to develop digital stiffness after a fracture of the distal radius.
  • The genus Lasioglossum can be divided into two informal series based on the strength of the distal veins of the forewing.
  • A portion of the lateral aspect of the distal phalanx is occasionally exposed without fear of infection.
  • The resulting mental re-creation of the distal stimulus is the percept.
  • The lateral pathway helps control precise movement of the distal portion of limbs.
  • Fractures of the distal humerus are most commonly due to a falling on your hand with arms fully extended, causing direct trauma to the elbow.
  • Because of the anatomy of the distal foot and the unique use of the foot, it is often impossible to properly tape or brace the joint.
  • Hypoplasia of the distal humerus may be present as well and can lead to stiffnes of the elbow.
  • The adults have a distinct forewing pattern, as well, which consists of a light-colored base with about two-thirds of the distal area a red to copper color.
  • It finally attaches onto the base of the distal phalanx of the thumb.
  • The muscle fans out into four tendons (one to each of the second to fifth fingers) to the palmar base of the distal phalanx.
  • It may be of a flexion type or an extension type, depending upon the displacement of the distal fragment of bone.
  • Immediate suturing of the ends does not affect the degeneration of the distal segment. Cited from Manual of Surgery, by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
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