cubital


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cubital

 [ku´bĭ-tal]
pertaining to the elbow; called also anconal and anconeal.

cu·bi·tal

(kyū'bi-tăl),
Relating to the elbow or to the ulna.

cubital

[kyo̅o̅′bitəl]
pertaining to the elbow.

cubital

adjective Relating to the elbow/forearm.

noun Cubital bone, see there.

cubital

adjective Relating to the elbow/forearm. See Cubital fossa.

cu·bi·tal

(kyū'bi-tăl)
Relating to the elbow or to the ulna.

cubital (kyōōˑ·bi·tl),

adj pertaining to the inner fold of the arm at the elbow.

cu·bi·tal

(kyū'bi-tăl)
Relating to the elbow or to the ulna.

cubital (kū´bitəl),

adj pertaining to the forearm.
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3% dissections) into 3 types: (a) Those superficial brachial arteries which continue in cubital fossa and bifurcate as usual into radial and ulnar arteries (3.
Existe un caso en el que una infeccion por antrax cutaneo en el brazo hizo un edema severo que luego requirio de injertos de piel, desarrollando posteriormente una lesion del nervio cubital (10).
Al analizar el patron electromiografico se observo compromiso del flexor largo del pulgar, el flexor comun de los dedos, el extensor cubital del carpo y el extensor del pulgar.
A more sensitive provocative test is the pressure-flexion test, in which the elbow is flexed and pressure applied over the cubital tunnel for 30 seconds, with paraesthesia being reproduced in the ulna nerve distribution.
Blood samples were taken from a cubital vein for the determination of Er, Hb, Hct.
Una Diferencia > 0,4 mseg entre los valores del nervio Mediano comparados con los del Cubital o el Radial.
Dislocation of the ulnar nerve with snapping triceps syndrome has been implicated as a cause of cubital tunnel syndrome.
He used a sterile urinary catheter which he inserted through one of his cubital veins as far as it would go.
Patients with arterial hypertension (n=12) and normotensive controls (n=20) were studied during catheterization with elective blood sampling from different vascular beds (artery, and renal, hepatic, iliac and cubital veins).
11) La condrodistrofia es el defecto mas frecuente del sindrome EVC que se manifiesta como retardo en la maduracion osea, fusion de los huesos del carpo y metacarpo, depresion en el aspecto proximal y lateral de la tibia, luxacion congenita de rotula, cubito en valgo, hipoplasia cubital, genu valgo, clinodactilia del quinto dedo, y alteracion en el modelado oseo de los metacarpianos y falanges (dedos en salchicha).
the morphological characters--the exterior colour, the length of proboscis, the cubital index, and discoidal shift;