adnexa


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accessory or adjoining anatomical parts or appendages to an organ (especially of the embryo)

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Mineral accretion in the fetus and adnexa during late gestation in Holstein cows.
Smooth muscle hyperplasia of the testicular adnexa clinically mimicking neoplasia: clinicopathologic study of sixteen cases.
Both adnexa were normal and there was a 4x6 cm cystic mass originated from appendix (fig 1).
0) Diseases of the eye and adnexa (H00-H59) NC Diseases of the ear and mastoid process (H60-H95) NC Diseases of the circulatory system (I00-I99) 1.
Diffuse brain injury limits the processing of vision and impairment to the cranial nerves may limit eye and ocular adnexa (eyelid and orbit) innervations.
41) Liber Pontificalis I, 373: "quaedam capitula extra ritum ecclesiasticum fuerant in eis adnexa.
Remove a foreign body from the ocular surface and adnexa utilizing a non-intrusive method;
As a consequence, the eye and ocular adnexa (eyelids and orbit) remain vulnerable to blast and ballistic injury.
Patch stage KS is characterised by a dissecting dermal proliferation of ramifying, small, abnormal (jagged) vessels lined by thin endothelial cells, often surrounding larger ectatic vessels and skin adnexa, producing the so-called promontory sign (Figure 1A).
5) breast Procedures on eye and adnexa 0 Procedures on mastoid process and dental 0 services Miscellaneous procedures 0 Timing and planning of procedures In-hours 151 (83.
New to the third edition of this textbook is extensive revision and updating to reflect the changes in the field, with substantial revision in the chapters on tumors of the hepatobiliary system, the female reproductive tract, the hematopoietic system, and the eye and its adnexa.
Concurrently, the left adnexa were visualized in this study and were reported as normal without evidence of mass.
Structure and Function of the Tear Film, Ocular Adnexa, Cornea, and Conjunctiva in Health and Pathogenesis in Disease Meibomian
Using an evidence-based approach the panel produced findings on a variety of aspects of CLD including materials, design and care, and interactions with the ocular surface and adnexa.