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calix

 [ka´liks] (pl. ca´lices) (L.)
a cuplike organ or cavity. adj., adj calice´al.
renal calix the subdivision of the renal pelvis that encloses a renal pyramid.

ca·lyx

, pl.

ca·ly·ces

(kā'liks, kal'i-sēz), [TA]
A flower-shaped or funnel-shaped structure; specifically one of the branches or recesses of the pelvis of the kidney into which the orifices of the renal pyramids project.
Synonym(s): calix [TA]
[G. cup of a flower]

calyx

/ca·lyx/ (ka´liks) pl. ca´lyces   a cup-shaped organ or cavity, e.g., one of the recesses of the pelvis of the kidney which enclose the pyramids.calice´al

calyx

(kā′lĭks, kăl′ĭks)
n. pl. calyces (kā′lĭ-sēz′, kăl′ĭ-)
1. A flower-shaped or funnel-shaped structure.
2. Any of the branches or recesses of the pelvis of the kidney into which the orifices of the malpighian renal pyramids project.

calyx

[kā′liks] pl. calyces [kal′isēz] calyxes
Etymology: Gk, kalyx, shell
1 a cup-shaped structure within an organ.
2 a renal calyx.
3 the wall of an ovarian follicle after expulsion of the ovum at ovulation.

calyx

A cup-shaped portion of the renal pelvis that encircles a renal papilla and is lined by urothelium.

ca·lyx

, pl. calyces (kā'liks, -li-sēz) [TA]
A flower-shaped or funnel-shaped structure; specifically one of the branches or recesses of the pelvis of the kidney into which the orifices of the malpighian renal pyramids project.
Synonym(s): calix.
[G. cup of a flower]

calyx

the group of SEPALS which usually form a whorl at the base of a flower.

calyx

calix.

major calyx
a fusion of minor calyxes.
minor calyx
the cup-shaped dilation of the intrarenal ureter; the space into which a single papilla of a multiple-lobed kidney protrudes.
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Thus the gravity related factors are important factors in predieting the success rate of SWL not only for patients with lower calyce stone as it reported in literature but also for patients with stones located in renal pelvis.
Arbores mediocris vel magna, foliis typicae penninerviis, 9-12(14) nervatas unaquoque semilimbus et glabrescentis; flores genere magis (6 plusve cm longis), calyces acrescentis, fructo praecinctus, amplie cupulatis, generaliter costato-alatis; fructo medio vel magis (5 cm plusve diametro), generaliter latiore quam longiore, et frecuens apiculato-rostratis; plantulae cryptocotylaris.
In Salvia, ombrohydrochory occurs when raindrops strike the calyces containing the mericarps.
It is used as a beverage, where the dried calyces are soaked in water to prepare a colorful and tasty cold drink.
This was due to the relatively short distance between the upper and lower calyces resulting from her short stature, Pott's disease, and severe scoliosis, leading to one of the CNT holes being outside of the kidney and resulting in urinary leakage.
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Another 15% are the struvite stone that form only in the presence of the urease-producing bacteria such as Proteus mirabilis, Klebsiella, Serratia and Mycoplasma in the upper urinary tract like the calyces or proximal ureter.
Agronomics data were also collected on roselle calyces (number of calyces per plant, fresh calyces yield, dry calyces yield, dry matter and calyces color based on stem color) and leaves production (leaf length and width, economic yield, leaf shape and stem color).
In 1980s, in line with the development of flexible ureteroscopes with working channels, access into upper urinary system and calyces has been more easily achieved.
Must-haves for me every year include annuals, Mollucella Laevis (Bells of Ireland) for their vivid green bell-shaped calyces on long, twisted stems and Amaranthus viridus (Love lies bleeding) for its lime green tassels, both great for combining with the hotter shades of cactus dahlias, sunflowers and zingy shades of zinnia.