undersurface


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Synonyms for undersurface

a side or surface that is below or under

Synonyms for undersurface

the lower side of anything

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Finally, an incision is created parallel to the undersurface of the TAA, with the open end of the descending aorta beveled to match the incision on the AA before it is sewn to the underside of the TAA.
Blotchy pigmentation may also involve mucous membranes such as the undersurface of the tongue or buccal mucosa.
Morphologically, the mold was off-white to teal green with a pale undersurface.
Intraoperatively, deposits were noted on the left ovary and both uterosacral ligaments, and nodules on the undersurface of the diaphragm, in Morison's pouch, on the right side of the paracolic gutter, and between the liver and the kidney.
The second MRI revealed marked irregularity involving the undersurface of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus with multiple loose bodies.
However, Tipularia leaves lack white veins and have a dark purple undersurface (Homoya 1993).
It is characterized by white lumps in the undersurface of the upper eye lid (conjunctival follicles or lymphoid germinal centers) and by non-specific inflammation and thickening often associated with papillae.
The fluid collection involved the majority of the entire undersurface of the deltoid muscle.
A: The gallbladder (apdo in Filipino) is a small, pear-shaped organ that lies on the undersurface of the right lobe of the liver.
The genus is diagnosed in having an interrupted post-labial fold, broad isthmus, gill openings not extending ventrally onto undersurface of head, 14-16 branched pectoral-fin rays, lower lip not connected to the base of the maxillary barbel by a skin flap, sulcus between the lip and the barbel, homodont dentition, teeth pointed, coni-form in both jaws, premaxillary tooth patches contacting each other but not confluent, not extended posterolaterally, laterally blunt; dilator operculi muscle and levator opercula muscle contacting each other, broad anterior end of sternohyoideus muscle, its width almost equal to the width in the axilla of the pectoral fin, adductor pelvicalis superficialis muscle not contacting its antimere at the midline (Zhou et al.
Akasegawa's irrational image echoed Man Ray's nearby Surrealist iron with its row of nails jutting from its undersurface.
The scissors are spread apart in the avascular lateral retroperitoneal space beneath the pubocervical fascia, and used to separate the fascia from the undersurface of the vagina to the pubic ramus.
Highest point of plication was stiched to the undersurface of diaphragm to avoid hiatal herniation postoperatively.