Mall formula


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Mall for·mu·la

(mahl),
a formula for determining the age (in days) of a human embryo; calculated as the square root of its length (measured from vertex to breech) in millimeters multiplied by 100.

Mall for·mu·la

(mawl fōrm'yū-lă)
A formula for determining the age (in days) of a human embryo, calculated as the square root of its length (measured from vertex to breech) in millimeters multiplied by 100.

Mall,

Franklin Paine, U.S. anatomist and embryologist, 1862-1917.
Mall formula - the age in days of a human embryo calculated as the square root of its length.
Mall ridges - rarely used term for pulmonary ridges.
periportal space of Mall - a tissue space between the limiting lamina and the portal canal in the liver.