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thick-walled muscular pouch below the crop in many birds and reptiles for grinding food

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Sarcina ventriculi occurs mainly in adults (Table 2) but has been identified in an age range from 3 to 73 years.
Classically, S ventriculi is identified by light microscopy in a gastric biopsy specimen with the following characteristic morphologic features: (1) basophilic staining with hematoxylin-eosin (11,12); (2) cuboid shape13; (3) 1.8 to 3 [micro]m individual size, (5) or packets approximately the size of a red blood cell11; (4) a tetrad packet arrangement (14) (Figure, A), which is a result of the replication occurring in at least 2 planes of growth (5); (5) flattening of the cell walls in areas of contact with adjacent cells (8); and (6) its refractile nature, which can mimic vegetable matter.
Numerous Western Grebes had moderate to significant dry feather balls present in their ventriculi, a common observation in grebes, which are known to eat their feathers (Ehrlich and others 1988).
Plexus choroideus ventriculi lateralis (plexo coroideu do ventriculo lateral): plexus; -i (plexo) e um substantivo da 2a declinacao masculino no singular.
(4) It is variously known as the sacculus laryngis, appendix ventriculi laryngis, laryngeal pouch, or Hilton's sac.
Gross lesions included scattered petechia in epicardial fat within the coronary groove (Figure, panel A), a few petechia in mucosa of the ventriculi (gizzards), slight increase in pericardial fluid, and swollen kidneys.
che nel lago del cuor m'era durata: ha el cuore humano tre ventriculi. In quello del mezo ha sua perfectione el nutrimento.
In a subgroup consisting of subjects with serum cobalamin [less than or equal to] 120 pmol/L, MMA >0.26 [micro]mol/L, or tHcy above the 95 percentile (age- and sex-adjusted) of the values found in The Hordaland Homocysteine Study (25), additional investigations were carried out, which included a peripheral blood smear, bone marrow aspiration, gastroscopy with biopsies from the corpus and antrum ventriculi, and determination of intrinsic factor antibodies.
The great curvature (Curvatura ventriculi major) of the stomach forms the convex border of the stomach and was extended from the fundus to the pyloric region and this curvature descended ventrocaudally to touch the lateral abdominal wall.
Autopsies of laboratory-confirmed WN meningoencephalitis cases revealed perivascular hemorrhages, ectasis of ventriculi of the brain, foci of encephalomalacia, dislocation of the brain trunk (30% of cases), and hydropericarditis with flabbiness of the cardiac muscle.