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digitation

 [dij″ĭ-ta´shun]
1. a fingerlike process.
2. surgical creation of a functioning digit by making a cleft between two adjacent metacarpal bones, after amputation of some or all of the fingers.

dig·i·ta·tion

(dij'i-tā'shŭn),
A process resembling a finger.
[Mod. L. digitatio]

digitation

/dig·i·ta·tion/ (-ta´shun)
1. a finger-like process.
2. surgical creation of a functioning digit by making a cleft between two adjacent metacarpal bones, after amputation of some or all of the fingers.

digitation

(dĭj′ĭ-tā′shən)
n.
1. Division into fingerlike parts.
2. A fingerlike part or process.

dig·i·ta·tion

(dij'i-tā'shŭn)
A process resembling a finger.
[Mod. L. digitatio]

digitation

1. a finger-like process.
2. surgical creation of a functioning digit by making a cleft between two adjacent metacarpal bones, after amputation of some or all of the digits.
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There was no evidence of the fine digitations seen in the previously described morphotype but, owing to bulbs contacting the bedding plane, the margin of these structures was not visible.
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Three of these valleys, one external, one internal, and one median and longitudinal, are comparatively large and are very constantly present" whereas there are individual differences in the crests or digitations appearing as peripheral prolongations (p.
Each unworn T5 has one or two surface pits and as many as four digitations appearing as peripheral elongations.
Type-6: Supra condylar ridge and inter digitations with lateral head of gastrocnemius.
In order to assess the reliability of the tracking digitations, five trained operators were asked to perform the manual tracking of the third head of the metacarpal bone of one stroke cycle and relevant reliability was calculated (ICC = 0.
Entire muscle can be used as flap but this will result in severe winging of scapula, to prevent this condition and to maintain function it is very important to preserve at least upper five or preferably six digitations and their innervation's and, only lower three or four slips should be harvested as a flap.
Its muscular digitations (slips) spring anteriorly from the outer surfaces and superior borders of the upper eight, nine or even ten ribs, and fascia over the intervening intercostals.
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