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an installment of a printed work


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It also has less connective tissue and fewer and larger fascicles than the tibial division.
Cellular schwannomas, consisting almost entirely of intersecting fascicles of spindle cells, on the other hand, can present more of a problem in that they can mimic many other lesions with similar morphology.
Lumbar flexion has less of an effect on the fascicles of multifidus because of the relatively vertical orientation of the fibres (Macintosh et al 1993).
MRI typically reveals the target sign of biphasic contrast of peripheral and central regions and distinct encapsulation displacing the intimately associated nerve fascicles.
The fascicular structure of the lower sciatic nerve and the relationship of individual fascicles to distal nerve branches and terminal muscles will indicate the initial feasibility of selectively activating individual fascicles within the lower sciatic nerve using a single proximally located cuff electrode.
As much as possible, differences between principal and alternate versions of works in the second category are discussed in the commentary of individual fascicles.
Key words: dog, radial nerve, irrigation, fascicles.
However, only the mosquito is observed as bionic object now, the biological prototype is too limited and microscopic structure of insect fascicles observation seems not comprehensive enough.
By the light of the moon she refines the pocket poems, then stitches the pages into small booklets or fascicles.
Their axons are initially organised into discrete bundles or fascicles and pass through or close to other neural structures before exiting the brainstem.
3; primary fascicles 5 to 8 in number, suberect to erect, densely aggregated, 4-4.
Recently, in 2005 and 2006, Douglas Mikkelson drew from various fascicles of the Shobogenzo and the Shobogenzo Zuimonki in order to articulate the moral virtues present within Dogen's direct teachings to his disciples.
His atlas, Pathological Anatomy: Illustrations of the Elementary Forms of Disease, was published in 1838 in 12 separately printed fascicles, each of four plates in its own wrappers, and dedicated to his early inspiration, Dr James Jeffray.
own literary corpus at one time amounted to over one hundred fascicles,