evagination


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evagination

 [e-vaj″ĭ-na´shun]
an outpouching of a layer or part.

e·vag·i·na·tion

(ē-vaj'i-nā'shŭn),
Protrusion of some part or organ from its normal position.
[L. e, out, + vagina, sheath]

evagination

/evag·i·na·tion/ (e-vaj″ĭ-na´shun) obtrusion of a layer or part to form a pouch.

evagination

[ēvaj′inā′shən]
the turning inside out or protrusion of a body part or organ.

e·vag·i·na·tion

(ē-vaj'i-nā'shŭn)
Protrusion of some part or organ from its normal position.
[L. e, out, + vagina, sheath]

evagination

A turning inside out.

evagination

an outpouching of a layer or part.
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In the mid stages of egg maturation, the nucleus envelope produces extensive evaginations which then appear to be sequestered into the egg cytoplasm recalling a similar phenomenon in the eggs of other ferns.
1994) produce conspicuous nuclear evaginations during egg maturation.
6,7] The exophytic characteristic has been attributed in 1 case to the post-transurethral resection and evagination of prostatic epithelium.
All three of Jenks's obsessions are present here: the evagination of interiority ("netted in thee' "My flesh is over there"), the difference between living and dead matter ("World comes down to earth.
To do this, we isolated pharynxes from embryos of stage 13 to stage 15, the period during which evagination is occurring, and measured the amount of pharyngeal floor area occupied by thyroid, using the raised ridge at its periphery to define its limits.
Based on these observations, Hilfer (1973) proposed that evagination of the thyroid may occur as a result of bending in response to forces exerted by surrounding tissues, while apical and longitudinal bands of microfilaments may act to stabilize organ structure.
The normal pancreas is derived from several evaginations of the wall of primitive duodenum.
3) The anterior and middle ethmoid cells begin as evaginations from the nasal cavity into the middle meatus at about the third month of fetal development.
The development of the paranasal sinuses begins as evaginations of the nasal mucosa during the third and fourth fetal months.
The development of the paranasal sinuses begins as evaginations of the nasal mucous membranes during the second and fourth months of pregnancy.
They are benign lesions and several theories around their formation have been proposed, including a reactive process and persistence of evaginations normally occurring in embryonic development.
During maturation of the egg, the nucleus produces conspicuous evaginations.