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Concerning the Euphorbiaceae pericarp that is scarcely investigated (TOLEDO, 1963b; BERG, 1975; OLIVEIRA, 2007), the formation of sclerenchymatous tissue may be considered as one of the most important events in the ontogeny of dehiscent dry fruits.
5 cm long, coriaceous, irregularly spreading or deflexed, dehiscent, oblong, straight, subterete.
High-resolution computed tomography (CT) revealed a dehiscent high jugular bulb attached to the tympanic membrane in the right ear (figure 2).
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Both wind and insect exclusion trials, plus the use of greased microslides tied to the petioles near dehiscent pollen cones and receptive ovulate cones have proven that the insects recovered from dehiscent pollen cones are the pollinators of the species.
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Capsule terminally dehiscent, conic, acute, dark brown, 10-12 mm long; seeds triangular, curved, 1.
The product can benefit the largest population of wound patients including those that suffer from pressure ulcers and dehiscent wounds.
It is indicated to promote healing and the treatment of pressure ulcers, venous and arterial ulcers and dehiscent wounds.
The differential diagnosis of a mass found in the middle ear includes (1) a dehiscent carotid or jugular bulb, (2) a cholesteatoma, (3) benign tumors such as a hemangioma, dermoid, or lymphangioma, and (4) in rare cases, a malignancy such as a rhabdomyosarcoma.
It is indicated to promote healing in the treatment of pressure ulcers, venous and arterial ulcers and dehiscent wounds.
5) In a recent study of 131 consecutive pediatric patients undergoing HRCT of the temporal bones, 4% of patients demonstrated findings of semicircular canal dehiscence, with the superior canal being dehiscent three times more often than the posterior canal.
The most common possibilities in the differential diagnosis of a jugular foramen mass are non-neoplastic entities such as an asymmetrically enlarged jugular foramen, a high-riding jugular bulb, a dehiscent jugular bulb, and a jugular vein thrombus.
In some cases the entire fruit is the unit of dispersal and in others the fruits are dehiscent as capsules that shed multiple seeds, or schizocarpic, falling into separate winged mericarps at maturity.
The inferior limb was partially dehiscent in its midportion.