cuspal


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cus·pal

(kŭs'păl),
Pertaining to a cusp.

cus·pal

(kŭs'păl)
Pertaining to a cusp.
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Techniques include patch closure of the outflow tract (4), primary aortic cuspal closure with felt strips (5), coaptation stitching of the valve cusps (6), and aortic valve replacement (7).
Oblique stresses applied to the cuspal inclines, rather than cusp tips, put more stress on the tooth structure (Figure 2).
Changes in dental enamel such as amelogenesis imperfecta, dentinogenesis imperfecta, hypoplasia, diffuse opacities, white spot lesions, tetracycline staining, erosion, fluorosis, white cuspal and marginal ridges were excluded from the study.
The traditional treatment plan would be to do a cuspal coverage amalgam after the root canal was completed, however, the patient's occlusal scheme presented something of a dilemma.
The levels of the coronary orifices were variable; they were usually above or at the cuspal margins.
Pannus covering the whole width of the ring and up to 2 mm of the cuspal tissue was considered moderate, and severe pannus was indicated with coverage of greater than 2 mm of the basal portion of a valve cusp.
I'm actually cuspal (technical astrology term) with Leo, so when I drink too much and stand on a table in a bar - singing into a Bacardi Breezer - that's not me, it's the Lion in me, that's all.
The degree of cuspal movement which occurred in weakened cusps, owing to cavity preparation, reduces the strength of the teeth.
white spot lesions, white cuspal ridges or a patchy appearance of amelogenesis imperfecta or fluorosis.
The congenitally bicuspid valve (Figures 3 and 4) of course has two cusps, and they are usually of slightly unequal size in both cuspal surface area and weight.
Heather was born on January 20, 1965, which is a cuspal date.