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Synonyms for arcuate

forming or resembling an arch

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Median arcuate ligament syndrome: evaluation with CT angiography.
Maternal high-fat diet during lactation increases Kiss1 mRNA expression in the arcuate nucleus at weaning and advances puberty onset in female rats.
Tethering of the vertebral artery in the congenital arcuate foramen of the atlas vertebra: a possible cause of vertebral artery dissection in children.
Research in our laboratory and others has shown that both limited and excess nutrition can program the structure and function of the arcuate nucleus--changing its wiring, in essence--such that there is an increased ratio of appetite to satiety neurons (Clin Obstet Gynecol.
Conclusion: A significant number of asymptomatic persons have anomalous insertion of median arcuate ligament.
Additionally, surgeons have access to an arcuate (curved) incision planning table on the laser that includes parameters to define the location, depth and extent of the surgeon's intended arcuate incisions based on individual patient biometric measurements and other factors defined by the surgeon.
The neurons were found to display key functional properties of mouse arcuate hypothalamic neurons, including the ability to accurately process and secrete specific neuropeptides and to respond to metabolic signals such as insulin and leptin.
Femora subcompressed and faintly arcuate, immediately before the distal extremity; genicular lobes subacuminate, caudal tarsi very faintly shorter than the tibiae, very slender, the metatarsus comprising five-eighths of the tarsal length.
Kayes, "Acute effect of oral and subcutaneous administration of monosodium glutamate on the arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus in mice and rats," Nature, vol.
In the DTI analysis, the only significant difference between the two study groups was that the anterior right arcuate fasciculus--identified in 13 of 15 CFS patients and in all 14 control subjects in the study --showed significantly higher fractional anisotropy in CFS patients than in control subjects.
7) Small, pink papules expand centrifugally to form annular and arcuate plaques with central clearing.
The 29 contributions discuss DescemetAEs stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty, limbal stem cell deficiency, corneal graft rejection, intrastromal arcuate keratotomy to reduce corneal astigmatism with a femtosecond laser, and the turnaround technique for overcoming false channel dissection during intacs implantation.
In part 1 of this 2-part installment of our imaging series, we discussed the frequency with which uterine anomalies occur and their types and classifications, as well as offered an imaging library showing the normal endometrial cavity, arcuate uterus, incomplete (partial) uterine septum, and complete uterine septum.
paramediana but also includes basal area; postmedial line is strongly arcuate while that of M.
VICTUS platforms is one of the only femtosecond lasers in the US with clearance for the creation of a corneal flap in patients undergoing LASIK surgery, anterior capsulotomy during cataract surgery, penetrating arcuate cuts/incisions in the cornea and laser-assisted lens fragmentation during cataract surgery, concluded the company.