appendicular skeleton

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the part of the skeleton that includes the pectoral girdle and the pelvic girdle and the upper and lower limbs

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Most other studies detail bone loss at the appendicular skeleton using Single Photon Absorptiometry (SPA) and Dual Photon Absorptiometry (DPA) and so are not directly comparable.
Appendectomy was performed in the conventional manner and the appendicular stump was not invaginated in any of the cases.
Appendicular mucocele was first described as a pathological entity by Rokitansky in 1842 and definitively named by Ferenin 18761.
Eventually the pressure causes venous obstruction and thrombosis of the appendicular vasculature, resulting in ischaemia.
The study also achieved important secondary endpoints, demonstrating statistically significant increases in appendicular lean body mass and total lean body mass for all doses of VK5211, compared to placebo.
The study also reached secondary endpoints, indicating statistically significant increases in appendicular lean body mass and total lean body mass for all doses of VK5211 compared against placebo.
To study the co-relation between serum total bilirubin and acute appendicitis, particularly perforated/gangrenous appendicitis and to know whether hyperbilirubinaemia can be used as a marker for diagnosing the severity of acute appendicitis, particularly appendicular perforation or gangrene in preoperative period.
Background: Limb-salvage surgery is the standard procedure for the treatment of appendicular osteosarcoma.
The vast majority of the studies on spinal arthropathy and disc degeneration suggest that increased mineral density of spinal and appendicular bones plays a role in etiopathogenesis (13-17).
A case of appendicular tuberculosis presenting as acute appendicitis].
Because of overlap with other clinical conditions and associated significant morbidity, no single sign, symptom, or diagnostic test accurately confirms the diagnosis of appendicular inflammation in all cases2.
And the appendicular root was laparoscopically double-ligated using an ENDOLOOP (Fig.