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di·a·phrag·ma

, pl.

di·a·phrag·ma·ta

(dī'ă-frag'mă, -frag'mă-tă), Although the g is silent in English diaphragm, in this word it is pronounced.
1. A thin partition separating adjacent regions.
2. Synonym(s): diaphragm (1)
[G. diaphragma, a partition wall, midriff]

diaphragma

/di·a·phrag·ma/ (di″ah-frag´mah) pl. diaphrag´mata   [Gr.] diaphragm (1).

di·a·phrag·ma

, pl. diaphragmata (dī-ă-frag'mă, -tă)
1. A thin partition separating adjacent regions.
2. [TA]
Synonym(s): diaphragm (1) .
[G. diaphragma, a partition wall, midriff]
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2] may also be associated with the position of the animals because of the abdominal compression of the diaphragma, compromising a correct ventilation by reducing the residual lung capacity, even when remaining in lateral decubitus throughout the experimental period.
The intracranial pain-sensitive structures include the arteries of the circle of Willis and the first few centimetres of their medium-sized branches, meningeal (dural) arteries, large veins and dural venous sinuses, and portions of the dura near blood vessel including the tentorium and the diaphragma sellae.
The supraorbital keyhole approach effectively exposes the frontal lobe base, anterior clinoid process, canalis opticus, olfactory sulcus, olfactory tract, optic nerve, optic chiasm, oculomotor nerve, anterior communicating artery, anterior cerebral artery A1 segment, pituitary stalk, diaphragma sellae, dorsum sellae, posterior clinoid process, basilar artery apex, posterior cerebral artery P1 segment, superior cerebellar artery proximal, front upper pontine and interpeduncular cistern, anteromedial temporal lobe, internal carotid, middle cerebral artery (M1, M2 segment, and part of M3 segment), anterior choroidal artery, posterior communicating artery; and contralateral carotid artery medial surface, anterior cerebral artery A1 and A2 proximal, middle cerebral artery M1 and M2 proximal.
Meningiomas affecting the visual pathway originate from the basal meninges of tuberculum sellae, planum sphenoidale, chiasmatic sulcus and from diaphragma sellae.
Distal pancreatectomy, splenectomy, gastrorraphy, hepatorraphy, and diaphragma repair were applied, 2 thoracic drains were placed in the left hemithorax, and the intubated patient was transferred to the ICU for close monitoring.
Another system which is a cause of morbidity in the neaonatal period is the neurological system; Erb paralysis, Klumpke paralysis, diaphragma paralysis, laryngeal nerve damage and brachial plexus paralysis may be observed (9).
Tuberculum and diaphragma sella meningioma: surgical technique and visual outcome in a series of 20 cases operated over a 2.
This genus bears superficial resemblance to morphological features of Pissonotus, such as the compressed aedeagus, ventroposteriorly curved with retrorse spines, the weak unarmed diaphragma and the long paired processes on segment 10.
Its limits are the superior orbital fissure (anterior), the dorsum sellae (posterior), the superior margin of the maxillary nerve (inferior), and the diaphragma sellae (superior).
in patients with very severe iron deficiency anemia and Frequent vomiting diaphragma hernia must be considered in the differential diagnosis.
Second, CSF leak may occur if the tumor or its removal violates the layer of dura lying above the pituitary gland, known as the diaphragma sellae.