fish vertebrae

fish vertebrae

Radiology A descriptor for biconcave, fish-like vertebrae, caused by infarction and central bone collapse due to thrombosis of the vertebral arteries, a finding typical of sickle cell anemia, which often occurs before the 2nd decade; peripheral perforating metaphyseal arteries are relatively spared, explaining lesser involvement of the anterior and posterior faces of the vertebrum DiffDx FV may also be seen in hereditary spherocytosis, homocystinuria, Gaucher's disease, osteoporosis, osteopenia, renal osteodystrophy or hyperparathyroidism, osteomalacia, thalassemia major, blood dyscrasia.
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Fish vertebrae, dentaries, premaxillae and otoliths (in addition to small mammal bones) were also sorted from the [is less than] 4mm fraction, to assess fish size distributions and the relative abundance of small posterior caudal vertebrae which would be lost through larger screen sizes.
Made of fish vertebrae and jaws, shells, and smooth pebbles from nearby beaches, these crafts are sold at improvised, multicolored wooden kiosks roofed with palm tree leaves, which line the main road leading to the rocky headland.