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mam·mil·lar·y

(mam'i-lār'ē), [TA] Avoid the misspelling mammilary.
Relating to or shaped like a nipple.
Synonym(s): mammillare [TA]

mammillary

Shaped like a nipple; nipple-like.

mam·mil·lar·y

(mam'i-lar-ē) [TA]
Relating to or shaped like a nipple.
Synonym(s): mammillare.

mammillary

pertaining to or resembling a teat or breast.
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The frequency of involvement of areas from most to least common are as follows: symmetrical lesions of the medial thalami, periventricular regions of the third ventricle, peri-aqueductal areas, mamillary bodies, tectal plate and dorsal medulla.
Contact points were the lumbar mamillary processes, sacral apex and ischial tuberosity.
The superior point is the highest curvature of the inferior surface of fornix and inferior point, marked on the superior surface of the mamillary body to measure the superior-inferior height.
Demyelination of the mamillary bodies in alcoholism: A combined morphological and biochemical study.
The larger fascicles of the multifidus muscle originate from the spinous process of the vertebrae at least three segments above their level of insertion, and run inferiorly, laterally and anteriorly to insert into the mamillary process and zygapophysial joint capsule (Lewin et al.
3) Solitary genital leiomyomas - arising from dartoic, vulvar or mamillary muscles
These abnormalities include lesions in brain areas called the mamillary bodies, thalamus, hypothalamus, brain stem, and cerebellum (see figure 1).
1) is a developmental malformation in the region of tuber cinereum and mamillary bodies that typically manifests in the first or second decade of life.
Changes also appear in other structures involved in memory, such as the hippocampus, mamillary bodies, thalamus, and cerebellar cortex (for a review, see Sullivan 2000).