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Synonyms for conoid

a shape whose base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a point

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Radiography showed a right distal clavicular fracture (type 2b according to Craig's classification [9]) with an avulsion fracture of the coracoid attachment of the conoid ligament (Figure 3(a)).
d) Three-dimensional computed tomography performed 1 year postoperatively demonstrating thin new bone formation at the conoid tubercle (arrow).
Anatomic studies looking at the average location of the attachments of each ligament have shown that the conoid ligament is approximately 45 mm from the distal end of the clavicle in the posterior half of the clavicle while the trapezoid ligament is approximately 15 mm distal from the center of the conoid ligament and along the center of the clavicle.
This soffit forms a series of conoid surfaces, which descend down to columns that separate the figures and describe the volume of the tomb.
Trinity Chapel is regarded as the first structural fan vault to be made of jointed masonry following the conoid form.
For frustums of paraboloid, conoid and neiloid, their mean cross sectional areas are respectively
It can be easily shown that, for n =1, 2, and 3, the sectional volume equations [7]-[9] for frustums of paraboloid, conoid and neilod, are respectively recovered.
It is tempting, moreover, to see in the standard, double-arched shape of the two tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments a reflection of the pairs of conoid baetyls that were housed in qobba tents.
The coracoclavicular ligaments are the conoid ligament posteromedially and the trapezoid ligament anterolaterally.
Occiput convex or flat; antennal postpedicel usually globular, reniform, conoid or budlike, with indistinct apex, or with slender apical projection, and with subapical or apical, rarely dorsal, arista-like stylus inserted sometimes in apical incision 8
Apicomplexa-like trophozoites were embedded in the digestive gland epithelial cells and attached to host cell wall by their conoid end.
By contrast, many parasites from the gamma irradiated tachyzoites were deterimentally affected with several ultrastructural changes as there was an extrusion of the conoid, which significantly changed the appearance of the apical region.
The coracoclavicular ligaments consist of the trapezoid ligament laterally and conoid ligament medially.
As discussed in Anderson's article on distal clavicle fractures, (1) Rockwood revised the Neer type II clavicle fracture, in 1982, describing type IIA fracture as one in which both the conoid and trapezoid remain attached to the distal segment, and the type IIB fracture as one in which the conoid is torn.