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accessory structures

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parts accessory to the main organ or structure.
Synonym(s): accessory organs (1) , adnexa, annexa
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Contract notice: Operational maintenance of pc-7 of the directorate general of armaments - flight tests (dga / ev) - cell party accessory organs equipment (oae), propeller.
Gastrointestinal diseases involve the organs in the digestive system - oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine and rectum, and the accessory organs of digestions, the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.
Gastrointestinal or gastroenterology is the branch of medicine related to the gastrointestinal tract (see: stomach and intestines) and the accessory organs of digestion from the mouth to the anus.
The species of clarias are widely distributed, being found in all freshwater areas, even in almost dry pools, as they have accessory organs to breath atmospheric air (Smith, 1945).
of California, San Diego) and an international group of practitioners explain techniques used in laparoscopic surgery of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tracts, accessory organs, and retroperitoneum, as well as aortic aneurysms, breast ductoscopy, and the evaluation of abdominal trauma.
The Hershberger assay is one of the assays selected for validation based on the need for in vivo screening to detect androgen agonists or antagonists by measuring the response of five sex accessory organs and tissues of castrated juvenile male rats: the ventral prostate, the seminal vesicles with coagulating glands, the levator ani and bulbocavernosus muscle complex, the Cowper's glands, and the glans penis.
A 1952 Liggett ad cited in Cipollone, for example, announced, "Nose, Throat, and Accessory Organs Not Adversely Affected by Smoking Chesterfields.
By observing an anti-inflammatory mechanism, spatially confined to the GI tract and its accessory organs, we were able to create and refine our hypothesis for the treatment of IBD.
MENOPUR is contraindicated in women who have: a high FSH level indicating primary ovarian failure, presence of uncontrolled non-gonadal endocrinopathies, tumors of the pituitary gland or hypothalamus, sex hormone dependent tumors of the reproductive tract and accessory organs, abnormal uterine bleeding of undetermined origin, ovarian cysts or enlargement of undetermined origin, not due to polycystic ovary syndrome, or prior hypersensitivity to menotropins or MENOPUR.
The presence of estrogen receptors in tissues of accessory organs (placenta, mammary glands) and other tissues (adipose, bone) is well known in mammals but has not been investigated in teleosts.
MENOPUR is contraindicated for sex hormone dependent tumors of the reproductive tract and accessory organs.
Fertility treatment is not recommended for patients with sex hormone dependent tumors of the reproductive tract and accessory organs.