anterior border

an·te·ri·or bor·der

[TA]
the ventral or most forward margin of a structure.

an·te·ri·or bor·der

(an-tērē-ŏr bōrdĕr) [TA]
Ventral or most forward margin of a structure.
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The anterior border of the supraspinatus and the upper rolled border of the subscapularis that define the rotator interval are now visualized.
Computed tomography (CT) showed a large, calcified nodule before the anterior border of the masseter muscle within the markedly dilated parotid duct (figure, A).
Anterior border of tergum 2 concave, leaving a distinct intersegmental space between terga 1 and 2.
The anterior border of the mesh was slightly curved to avoid covering the urethrovesical junction.
A: Sagittal section demonstrating fungating lesion invading the rectus abdominus with extension to the anterior border of the pubic bone and dome of bladder.
Abdominal sterna elevated, sterna III to VI raised along posterior border, depressed along anterior border, and with a row transverse pits medially (Fig.
Frequently, the anteriormost papillae in rows a and c lie below the anterior border of the eye forming a vertical row of two papillae, and the papillae below the posterior margin of the pupil form a vertical row of two or three papillae (in the later case potentially attributable, from dorsal to ventral, to one papilla from each of rows a and c and a single papillae named cp by Sanzo (1911), respectively).
14], we hypothesize that the apparent axial center of rotation is located near the posterior border of the vertebral endplates and the anterior border of the spinal canal.
4 times the upper eyelid width; canthus rostralis more or less well-defined, with a small convexity in the middle part, almost straight; nostrils not elevated, directed laterally; nostrils closer to tip of snout than to eye, about 46% of the distance between the anterior border of eye and tip of snout; loreal region relatively smooth, nearly vertical and descending abruptly to lips, slightly concave; lips slightly widen; snout subovoid; tip of snout widely rounded; length of eye about 1.
Labium trapezoidal, black colored with anterior border white and covered with long black setae.
Identify the anterior border of the enterocele and use scissors to make a transverse incision on the pelvic peritoneum over the border of the enterocele.

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